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BI at BothENDS Jun 13
Growing concern in over how ISDS cases lead to “settlement agreements” with investors and the mechanism that is biased towards foreign investors because of its very constitutive nature.
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OECD Watch Jun 12
OECD Watch member of at high level opening panel on day 2 of : the system in trade agreements allowing corporations to sue States must stop. Civil society must have a seat at the table in trade & investment agreement negotiations
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Bart-Jaap Verbeek Jun 13
Former negotiator at says: "I think has been a terrible mistake. I have always felt that these ISDS provisions were solutions in search of a problem. It became evident that the scales tipped way too far and gave MNCs too much power."
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Martin D. Brauch Jun 11
4/ Worrisome! must cure the climate blindness of the , so that it will no longer give to carbon-intensive investments, but only protect responsible energy investments aligned with the low-carbon transition.
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BIICL 7h
Now open for registration: Thirty Third ITF Public Conference: Valuation of Damages in International Investment Law. 18 October 2019, Woburn House, London. Register here:
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South Centre Jun 13
Growing concerns in about international regimes & pushed into pursuing the creation of a , which needs to follow principles in order to be legitimate. See NEW Policy Brief
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Johannes Schwarzer Jun 10
Quite something to read refer to as "litigation terrorism"!
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ogeltdm Jun 7
has published an International Investment Agreements (IIA) Issues Note “Taking Stock of IIA Reform: Recent Developments”
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Adrian Faiers Jun 8
Replying to @AdrianFaiers
Not to mention the immorality of our using such mechanisms to usurp proper legal process.
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PolicySpace blog Jun 14
Maybe he's talking about ?
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Dr Bel Townsend Mar 24
The cost to Australia of defending tobacco plain packaging against Phillip Morris are finally released. Even though Australia WON it still had to pay approx 12 million in legal fees. No more in trade agreements!
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Ivan Cavdarevic Jun 14
Great panel on chaired by at the ESIL - CJEU joint symposium at
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Yannis of London Jun 9
How does the evolving jurisprudence on FET and investor legitimate expectations affect states' ability to regulate? A review of the latest caselaw (in reference to )
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TNI Apr 5
As the world meets to discuss , many fear meaningless reforms. On the last day of the UNCITRAL meetings in New York, read this important analysis on who are actually controlling the debate: powerful states & top lawyers from the ISDS sector.
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attractaub May 29
For all you did & how you did it as an accessible accountable Losing you as an is a severe blow to fight on
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David Schneiderman May 21
My new paper on 'Reviving the Lost Art of Exit' -- reflecting on Hirschman's proposal for divestiture of foreign investors -- is intended to spark thinking about alternatives to investment law and beyond present cramped confines: .
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Lorenzo Cotula Mar 31
As the Working Group on Reform resumes its work, two briefings discuss neglected issues requiring attention: and
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Adrian Faiers Jun 9
Replying to @CraigGWelch
Partly because is outside a country's established judicial system and it's relatively secretive.
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Alessandra Arcuri Apr 30
My un-nuanced take of the Opinion. Neoliberalism at its purest that the finds its autonomy endangered by Court and not by (i.e. in disguise). Very regrettable turn in times of rising authoritarian capitalism. 1/2
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TNI May 21
Chevron's case in Ecuador is just one of many cases in Latin America that limit governments' ability to regulate for the common good and to protect the environment More on these cases 👉 .
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