Tort law holds answers to treaty arbitration problems, argues Douglas
In the first 3VB and Queen Mary lecture, Australian arbitrator Zachary Douglas QC argued that investment treaty arbitration is more akin to a tort claim against a public authority than to public or administrative law – to which it is often compared – and that recognising this provides solutions to some of the controversies preoccupying the field.
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