Tuesday, December 18, 2018

New Volume: European Investment Law and Arbitration Review

The latest volume of the European Investment Law and Arbitration Review (Vol. 3, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Patrick Dumberry, State Succession to Multilateral Investment Treaties and the ICSID Convention
  • Christine Sim, Attributing Responsibility to International Organisations: Lessons from the EU–Singapore Investment Protection Agreement
  • Régis Bismuth, Screening the Commission’s Regulation Proposal Establishing a Framework for Screening FDI into the EU
  • Facundo Calvo, The Most Feasible Way Towards a Multilateral Investment Treaty
  • Matej Kosalko, (In)Genuinely Foreign Investment: A Survey of Nationality Requirements in Investment Disputes
  • Victoria Barausova, Slovak Republic v. Achmea from a Public International Law Perspective: Is State Consent to Arbitrate Under Intra-EU BITS Still Valid?
  • Giammarco Rao, The Withdrawal of a European State from the ECT in Light of the Achmea Case
  • Aesa Dey, Fábrica de Vidrios Los Andes, C.A. & Owens-Illinois de Venezuela, c.a. v. Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, ICSID Case No. ARB/12/21, Award, 13 November 2017
  • Cees Verburg & Nikos Lavranos, Recent Awards in Spanish Renewable Energy Cases and the Potential Consequences of the Achmea Judgment for Intra-EU ECT Arbitrations
  • Antonia Cavedon & Simon Weber, Digging Deeper: Summary of the Hearing before the CJEU in the Achmea Case
  • Dorieke Overduin, Turning Tides: The Landmark Decision in the Achmea Case – The Ecosystem of EU Law Means the End of Intra-EU BITS
  • Anna Bilanová & Jaroslav Kudrna, Achmea: The End of Investment Arbitration as We Know It?
  • Anastasios Gourgourinis, After Achmea: Maintaining the EU Law Compatibility of Intra-EU BITS Through Treaty Interpretation
  • Charles N. Brower, Doomed to Failure: Why the EU Investment Court System is Destined to Fail Both Foreign Investors and Host States – 3rd Annual EFILA Conference Keynote
  • Katariina Särkänne, Report on the 3rd Annual EFILA Conference on Parallel States’ Obligations in Investor-State Arbitration
  • Christopher Greenwood, Most Favoured Nations Clauses in BITS – What is Their Real Purpose (and Their Real Effect)? – 3rd Annual EFILA Lecture