Tag Archives: Public International Law

Herbert Smith Freehills launches blog series on NAFTA renegotiations

Herbert Smith Freehills is pleased to announce the launch of a new series of blog posts which will report on the latest developments in the NAFTA renegotiations. The series will run on our Public International Law Blog which provides analysis … Continue reading

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Filed under ISDS, News, Public International Law, The Americas, Trade Agreements

Brexit—the future of state-to-state, investor-state and domestic dispute resolution

The Brexit White Paper The much-anticipated Brexit White Paper, ‘The United Kingdom’s exit from and new partnership with the European Union’, was published on 2 February 2017. This post focuses on a subject that has to date received relatively little … Continue reading

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Filed under Brexit, Brussels Regulation, EU, EU Law, Europe, Public International Law, Trade Agreements, TTIP

Video post: State immunity and waiver of immunity issues in English law

Andrew Cannon, Partner in our International Arbitration and Public International Law practices has posted a short video on our Public International Law Notes blog on "State immunity and waiver of immunity issues in English law".  Andrew discusses the restrictive doctrine … Continue reading

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Filed under Jurisdiction, Public International Law, Sovereign Immunity, Video