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Taking an approach that could be followed by courts of other EU member states, a Swedish court has granted Poland a stay of enforcement of a €176 million investment treaty award after the state argued that it should be set aside on the basis of the recent Achmea ruling on intra-EU investment arbitration.
15 June 2018
A conference at Christ Church, Oxford, on the interplay between the New York Convention and European Union law was dominated by discussion of the Court of Justice of the European Union’s ruling in Achmea – with suggestions that it could bite in relation to commercial arbitration as well as investor-state arbitration.
27 April 2018
NEW COMMENT ADDED: In a much-anticipated ruling that affects nearly 200 bilateral investment treaties between EU member states, the European Court of Justice has ruled that the investor-state arbitration clause in a BIT between the Netherlands and Slovakia is not compatible with EU law.
06 March 2018
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