Monday, June 11, 2018

Gattini, Tanzi, & Fontanelli: General Principles of Law and International Investment Arbitration

Andrea Gattini (Univ. of Padua - Law), Attila Tanzi (Univ. of Bologna - Law), & Filippo Fontanelli (Univ. of Edinburgh - Law) have published General Principles of Law and International Investment Arbitration (Brill | Nijhoff 2018). Contents include:
  • Andrea Gattini, Attila Tanzi & Filippo Fontanelli, Under the Hood of Investment Arbitration: General Principles of Law
  • Federico Lenci, General Principles of Law on the Legal Force of Provisional Measures in International Investment Arbitration
  • Maria Beatrice Deli, Transparency in the Arbitral Procedure
  • Zeno Crespi Reghizzi, General Rules and Principles on State Responsibility and Damages in Investment Arbitration: Some Critical Issues
  • Francesco Munari & Chiara Cellerino, Investment Arbitration and EU General Principles of Law: Current Developments
  • Andrea Gattini, Jurisdiction ratione temporis in International Investment Arbitration
  • August Reinisch, Jurisdiction and Admissibility in International Investment Law
  • Christoph Schreuer, Multiple Proceedings
  • Piero Bernardini, Annulment of Awards
  • Attila Tanzi, The Relevance of the Foreign Investor’s Good Faith
  • Vivian Kube & E.U. Petersmann, Human Rights Law in International Investment Arbitration
  • Christina Binder, Unjust Enrichment as a General Principle of Law in Investment Arbitration
  • Pia Acconci, Sustainable Development and Investment: Trends in Law-Making and Arbitration
  • Catharine Titi, Police Powers Doctrine and International Investment Law
  • Josef Ostřanský, An Exercise in Equivocation: A Critique of Legitimate Expectations as a General Principle of Law under the Fair and Equitable Treatment Standard
  • Matteo Sarzo, The National Treatment Obligation
  • N. Jansen Calamita & Ewa Zelazna, Most-Favoured-Nation Clauses and the Centrality and Limits of General Principles
  • Ursula Kriebaum, Indirect Expropriation: A Comparative Approach