Tag Archives: Investment treaty

Dawood Rawat v Mauritius: Dual-national claim dismissed based on treaty context interpretation

On 6 April 2018, a Tribunal constituted under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules rendered an Award on Jurisdiction in the case Dawood Rawat v. The Republic of Mauritius (PCA Case 2016-20).  Following a thorough analysis of the interpretation of the 1973 … Continue reading

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Urbaser v. Argentina and Burlington v. Ecuador: Investment arbitration is not over the counterclaims yet

Two recent decisions by tribunals have advanced the body of tribunal practice considering the issue of counterclaims by respondent states in investment treaty arbitration: Burlington Resources Inc. v. Ecuador, in which the tribunal awarded damages against the investor for breach … Continue reading

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Filed under Investment Arbitration, Jurisdiction, The Americas

Paris Court of Appeal upholds challenge to ICC treaty award and rejects third party intervention in resisting application to set aside

The Paris Court of Appeal has upheld a challenge to an International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) investment treaty award (Cour D'Appel de Paris, Pole 1 – Chambre 1, 15 March 2016, n° 14/19164). This is the latest instalment in the … Continue reading

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New Zealand releases Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) text to the public

New Zealand released the full text of the TPP to the public today 5 November. The text can be found here. We will follow up with further consideration of the investment chapter in due course. For further information, please contact … Continue reading

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Upcoming Webinar: India Insights: the challenge of India-related dispute resolution and the post-election Investment landscape

Monday 7 July 2014 9.30am BST It has been a time of change for the investment climate in India – driven in large part by recent and very significant changes in the political climate in India, changing attitude of the … Continue reading

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