In This Issue:
-The ABCs of Arbitrating Outside of the New York Convention
- Leading International Arbitration Partner Joins Latham & Watkins in Paris
- US Supreme Court Revives International Arbitration...more
As the tension in the Ukraine continues, particularly in relation to Crimea, foreign investors in the region will be monitoring developments with some concern.
In addition to unrest on the ground in the Ukraine, both...more
Negotiations for a bilateral investment treaty between the European Union and China are expected to be formally launched during the EU-China Summit next week. Though the launch would be just the first step in a long...more
In This Issue:
- Mexican Congress to Consider Constitutional Oil and Gas Reforms: Bold Stride Forward or Half-Step?
- European Union adds legislative weight to the promotion of transparency in the extractive...more
Large depositors in Cyprus's two largest banks may consider international arbitration and appeals to the European courts to recover funds lost under the bailout plan....more
Banks in Cyprus opened today at 10 am GMT, 10 days after they closed, as Cyprus became the first country in the Eurozone to implement capital and exchange controls in an attempt to prevent a run on the nation’s banks and a...more
A recent decision in the investment treaty case, Electrabel S.A. v. the Republic of Hungary, represents an important contribution to the rapidly-growing case law concerning the relationship between EU law and intra-EU...more
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