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Chile's Proposed Constitutional Changes to Natural Resources Rights Could Have Devastating Effects on Foreign Investors: How Can International Law Protect Them?

Chile - August 9 2022 Chile is currently considering a new Constitution—due to be put to a referendum in September—and foreign investors should be aware of its potential…

James Egerton-Vernon, Mercedes Fernandez, Marcello Hallake, Maria I. Pradilla Picas, Ricardo H. Puente

Energy Transition and Climate Change Treaties

Global - May 30 2022 As climate change and energy transition play an increasingly important role in the decision-making of private and government entities, one issue is…

Philip J. Devenish, Caroline C. Edsall, Melissa Stear Gorsline, Fahad A. Habib, Sylvia Tonova

DIAC 2022 Arbitration Rules: Will They Propel DIAC Into a Top-Five Institution?

Global - April 25 2022 The Dubai International Arbitration Centre's ("DIAC") new Arbitration Rules (the "DIAC 2022 Rules" or "Rules") are now effective. The Rules apply to…

Pierre Heitzmann, Javade Chaudhri, Jean-Pierre N. Harb, Heather Martin, Sheila L. Shadmand

ClientEarth Threatens Legal Action Against Shell's Directors in England and Wales

United Kingdom - March 28 2022 Environmental NGOs are exploring new judicial routes to push energy companies to increase their commitments in reducing their direct and indirect…

Gregory J. Barden, Sarah Batley, Françoise S. Labrousse, Aidan Lawes, Armelle Sandrin-Deforge

Companies With Investments and Businesses in Ukraine and Russia: The Importance of Investment Treaties

Global, Russia, Ukraine - March 21 2022 Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, companies have been asking how they can protect their employees, investments, and assets in Ukraine, Belarus…

Philip J. Devenish, James Egerton-Vernon, Melissa Stear Gorsline, Jean-Pierre N. Harb, Sylvia Tonova