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International Challenges in Investment Arbitration (eBook)

Edited by: Mesut Akbaba

ISBN13: 9781351580120
Published: October 2018
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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As the proverbial workhorse of international economic law, investment arbitration is heavily relied upon around the globe. It has to cope with the demands of increasingly complex proceedings. At the same time, investment arbitration has come under close public scrutiny in the midst of heated political debate. Both of these factors have led to the field of investment protection being subject to continuous changes. Therefore, it presents an abundance of challenges in its interpretation and application. While these challenges are often deeply rooted in the doctrinal foundations of international law, they similarly surface during live arbitral proceedings. International Challenges in Investment Arbitration serves not only as a collection of recently debated issues in investment law; it also deals with the underlying fundamental questions at the intersection of investment arbitration and international law. The book is the product of the 1st Bucerius Law Journal Conference on International Investment Law & Arbitration. It combines the current state of knowledge, new perspectives on the topic as well as practical issues and will be of interest to researchers, academics and practitioners in the fields of international investment law, international economic law, regulation and comparative law.

Subjects:
eBooks, International Investment Law, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution
Contents:
Part I: The State in International and Investment Law
Chapter 1: Rethinking the Relevance of Customary International Law to Issues of Nationality in Investment Treaty Arbitration (Javier Garcia Olmedo)
Chapter 2: Investment Claims and Annexation of Territory: Where General International Law and Investment Law Collide (Sebastian Wuschka)
Chapter 3: General Exception Clauses in International Investment Agreements: A Case for Systemic Integration? (Tobias Ackermann)
Chapter 4: International Norms, a Defense in Investment Treaty Arbitration? (Dafina Atanasova)
Chapter 5: Towards a New Regulatory Paradigm under Recent FTA Investment Chapters? (Elsa Sardinha)

Part II: Investment Arbitration and the European Legal Order
Chapter 1: Let's Get It Right: A Comparative Law Approach as a Technique for Solving Conflicts between EU Law and Investment Arbitration (Blerina Xheraj)
Chapter 2: The Energy Charter Treaty and European Union Law: Mutually Supportive Instruments for Economic Cooperation or Schizophrenia in the `Acquis'? (Cees Verburg)
Chapter 3: The Structural Need for Intra-EU BIT Protection (Emily Sipiorski)
Chapter 4: Is One Permanent Instance Enough? A Comparison Between the WTO Appellate Body and the Proposed Investment Court System (Marcus Weiler)

Part III: Practical Issues in Investor State Proceedings
Chapter 1: The Appropriate Use of Bifurcation as a Means for Increasing Efficiency in Investment Arbitration (Jola Gjuzi)
Chapter 2: Effective Management of Mass Claims Arbitration - What Could Be Learnt from International Tribunals? (Katarzyna Szczudlik)
Chapter 3: The Impact of the Economic and Political Situation Prevailing in the Host State on Compensation under International Investment Law (Sven Lange)
Chapter 4: The Impact of Third Party Funding on an ICSID Tribunal's Decision on Security for Costs (Alexander Hoffmann) Concluding Remarks Rationalising Costs in International Arbitration: A Tall Order? (Speech by Neil Kaplan QC CBE SBS) Index