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Investment Arbitration in Central and Eastern Europe: Law and Practice

Edited by: Csongor Nagy

ISBN13: 9781788115162
Published: November 2019
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £195.00

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Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is the testing ground for investment arbitration in Europe: the majority of the cases against EU Member States are proceedings launched against countries from within the region. Despite their relevance, CEE experiences have not previously been analysed in a comprehensive manner. This book takes a systematic country-by-country approach covering all the CEE jurisdictions. Each chapter provides detailed information and insight into the respective jurisdiction, setting out the policy and treaty landscape, the legal status of investor-state arbitration and alternative remedies. This is supplemented by a detailed analysis of the investor-state arbitration decisions in each country.

Key features include:

    the first comprehensive survey of investment arbitration in CEE countries
    written by leading practitioners and academics in their respective jurisdictions
    an insider perspective into CEE investment cases
    consideration of political, economic and regulatory factors
    a practical case-law oriented approach to investment arbitration within CEE

Arbitrators and investment practitioners will benefit greatly from the comprehensive survey and detailed case analysis. The book will be invaluable for firms advising businesses with operations in the region, and for anyone involved in arbitral proceedings involving CEE countries

Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution
1. Bosnia and Herzegovina (Patricia Zivkovic and Yancy Cottrill)
2. Bulgaria (Anton Petrov)
3. Croatia (Mirela Zupan and Ana-Marija Culjak)
4. Czech Republic (Milos Olik, Michal Cap and Jaroslav Heyduk)
5. Estonia (UEllar Talviste)
6. Hungary (Veronika Korom)
7. Latvia (Inese Druviete and Eriks K. Selga)
8. Lithuania (Rimantas Daujotas and Rita Griguolaite)
9. Macedonia (Ivan Bimbilovski and Elizabeta Spiroska)
10. Poland (Patrycja Treder and Wojciech Sadowski)
11. Romania (Catalin-Gabriel Stanescu)
12. Serbia and Montenegro (Zoltan Vig and Gabor Hajdu)
13. Slovakia (Katarina Simalova, Katarina Brockova and Alexandra Horvathova)
14. Slovenia (Pavle Flere)