EFILA has recently submitted its suggestions to the UNCITRAL Working Group no. 3 on ISDS Reform. The entire document can be found here. An extract can be read below. The European Federation for Investment Law and Arbitration (EFILA) believes that no discussion about the reform of the investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS) system should occur without … Continue reading Ensuring Equitable Access to All Stakeholders: Critical Suggestions for the MIC (EFILA Submission to the UNCITRAL WG no. 3 on ISDS Reforms)
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The 2015 EFILA Inaugural Lecture: Escaping from Freedom?
We are pleased to offer you the full text of the 2015 EFILA Inaugural Lecture by Sophie Nappert, "Escaping from Freedom? The Dilemma of An Improved ISDS Mechanism", delivered on 26 November 2015 in London. In times such as ours, when freedom is often abandoned for security to be gained, Sophie Nappert's lecture is a … Continue reading The 2015 EFILA Inaugural Lecture: Escaping from Freedom?
The Proposed New Investment Court System for TTIP: The Right Way Forward?
by Mirjam van de Hel-Koedoot, NautaDutilh* On 16 September 2015, the European Commission published a draft text for the investment chapter in the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the EU and the US. In the Proposal, the European Commission specifically mentions that the Proposal is an internal document of the EU … Continue reading The Proposed New Investment Court System for TTIP: The Right Way Forward?