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Is the sun setting on the Energy Charter Treaty? An update on the modernisation process

European Union, United Kingdom - December 9 2020 On 2 December 2020, the European Commission (the “Commission”) indicated that if “core EU objectives” are not met as part of the ongoing negotiations…

Jessica Foley.

International Law in times of crisis: COVID-19 and Foreign Investments

Global, United Kingdom - May 4 2020 As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unravel without regard to national Borders, countries around the world are faced with both public health and…

International Arbitration

Global - November 26 2019 Arbitration is a good choice to resolve disputes when you need flexibility, enforceability and an award which reflects the realities and complexities…

Adrian Bell, Guy Pendell, Tim Hardy.

Oil and Gas: Protecting LNG project and feed-gas supply from State interference

Global - November 19 2018 A recent award rendered by a tribunal acting under the auspices of ICSID, the World Bank’s arbitration institution, in Union Fenosa Gas S.A. v Arab…

Jay Randhawa, Phillip S. Ashley, Randall Walker.

Drastic changes in renewable energy laws trigger damages award

Spain - May 17 2017 In an award dated 4 May 2017 (publicly available in Spanish only) issued in Eiser Infrastructure Limited and Energia Solar Luxembourg S.à.r.l v The…

Csaba Kovacs.