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Written by the world's leading investment law academics and practitioners, this book canvasses the rapidly expanding field of NAFTA investment arbitration.
This controversial and dynamic area of law was spurred by the creation of NAFTA Chapter 11, which permits individuals to make claims against the governments of Canada, the United States and Mexico for legislative, regulatory and judicial conduct falling below basic international standards.
The contributors explain the evolution of these standards over the first 10 years of the NAFTA, providing a rare glimpse into the law and practice of investment arbitration. Covering all the leading cases and controversies, the essays include multiple contributions form all three NAFTA countries. As the first of its kind, it is destined to form an indispensable part of the international law collection of both law firms and law schools.