EFILA has submitted its response for possible amendments of the ICSID Rules. The EFILA submission is available under here.
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SAVE the DATE: The 3rd EFILA Annual Conference will take place on 23 Feb 2017 in Vienna. Download the flyer for more information: efila-save-the-date-annual-conference-flyer-2017v2
Save the date! On 9 November 2016, the renown arbitrator Johnny Veeder will deliver the 2nd EFILA Annual Lecture. The event will take place at the Brussels Press Club. More details regarding registration will follow soon.
EFILA publishes a paper regarding the European Commission’s proposal for the International Court System (ICS). The main aim of the paper is to present an in-depth analysis of the European Commission’s proposal for ICS in the context of the existing investment regime as well as comparing it with the WTO dispute settlement system. The […]
Yesterday, on 1 September 2015, EFILA has launched its blog on EU and international investment law. The editorial staff is composed of the following academics and practitioners of investment law, arbitration law and international law: Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Loukas Mistelis; Managing Editor: Horia Ciurtin; Editors: Nikos Lavranos, Blazej Blasikiewicz, Orçun Çetinkaya, Pawel Sikora, Mirjam van de […]
Since the Lisbon Treaty entered into force almost 6 years ago, the European Commission began developing its own EU investment policy. The core of this new investment policy is the conclusion of trade and investment treaties with strategically important countries. In the context of these negotiations, the critique against investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS), which is […]
46 eminent professors of international law from major Canadian and US universities has signed an open letter in support of investor-state dispute settlement provisions (ISDS) in international investment treaties. The letter calls for the discussion on ISDS based on facts and balanced representations instead of ‘errors or skewed information’. The letter is available under the […]
Since the start of the negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Agreement (TTIP), the issue of investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) has become the most hotly debated subject in Brussels and in many Member States. This traditional method of dispute resolution between a foreign investor and a State, in which the investor can seek […]
EFILA’s comment entitled “Turning the tide on deteriorating EU investment protection standards after Lisbon” has been published by Borderlex, an online platform providing independent news and analysis as well as commentary from leaders in the field of trade policy. The comment is available on Borderlex webiste.
In anticipation of the 50th anniversary of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), a renowned practitioner and arbitrator Hamid Gharavi of Derains & Gharavi published a strong criticism of the existing system of annulment proceedings under the ICSID rules. Ghravi expresses concern about ‘the unbalanced and extraordinary power that the secretary-general of […]