Tag Archives: Investment Court System
As discussed in our previous blog posts here and here, the EU has introduced a new system to resolve disputes arising between investors and states which may herald the beginning of a move away from the traditional use of investor-state arbitration. In … Continue reading
“Legal scrubbing” of the CETA results in adoption of an Investment Court System for resolving Investor-State disputes: a clear signal to the US for the TTIP negotiations?
On Friday 26 September 2014, after five years of negotiations, the EU and Canada released the agreed text for the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA). The content of that "agreed text" is commented upon in some detail in our earlier … Continue reading
TTIP: 12th Round of Negotiations concludes, investment protection remains high on the agenda; plus newly published CETA text includes EU’s Investment Court System proposal
The 12th Round of Negotiation of the TTIP, which concluded last week in Brussels, provided the first opportunity for the negotiating parties to discuss the EU's proposed Investment Chapter. The EU's formal proposal for the Investment Chapter, which is discussed … Continue reading