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In a follow-up to a report for UNCITRAL last year, Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler and Michele Potestà have once again considered the proposed reform of the investment dispute settlement system through the introduction of a multilateral investment court and appeal body – looking at questions surrounding their composition.
21 November 2017
The Mauritius Convention on Transparency has entered into force today after being ratified by Mauritius, Canada and Switzerland – meaning a commitment to transparency will become part of the treaty-based investor-state dispute settlement regime of these three states.
18 October 2017
Ahead of GAR Live BITs next week, GAR looks back at last year's event, when Donald Donovan told delegates that the fundamental challenge of investor state dispute resolution is not over-application of the fair and equitable treatment standard, but the lack of predictability in applying it.
18 May 2017
Meg Kinnear, secretary general of the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes, has outlined six priority areas for rule reform at an event in New York.
03 May 2017
In the wake of a journalistic exposé of investment treaty arbitration that claims it "helps executives convicted of crime escape punishment", leading international lawyer Geoffrey Robertson QC has acknowledged that international arbitration and crime increasingly collide, posing challenges for arbitrators and practitioners and from a public policy perspective.
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