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The Aftermath of Achmea: Germany Requests Dismissal of Vattenfall Case After CJEU’s Achmea Decision

European Union, Global - May 14 2018 The recent decision of the European Court of Justice (CJEU) in the case between Slovakia vs. Achmea BV (Case C-28416) seems to have caused a ripple...

Prof. Dr. Joerg Risse.

The New DIS Rules: The Proceedings before the Arbitral Tribunal I

Global - March 29 2018 A clear hierarchy of norms, the rules of law and whether arbitral tribunals are permitted to and whether they should encourage settlement - these are...

European Court of Justice Stops Investment Arbitration in Intra-EU Disputes

European Union - March 7 2018 In a groundbreaking decision of 6 March 2018, the European Court of Justice (CJEU) shook up the arbitration community. The first reaction generally is...

Prof. Dr. Joerg Risse.

England and Wales: The Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements - An Unexpected Game Changer for English Schemes of Arrangement?

United Kingdom, European Union - March 9 2017 The Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements is a multi-lateral treaty, the aim of which is to promote the enforcement of exclusive Choice of...

Rian Matthews.

The German Federal Constitutional Court confirms CETA

Canada, European Union, Germany - October 18 2016 In its last week’s decision1, the German Federal Constitutional Court gave green light for the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement...

Jan Frohloff.