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Renegotiation of Existing BITs by the Netherlands May Directly Affect Current Investments
In response to public criticism of existing BITs and to implement its new sustainable trade and investment policy, the Dutch government sought to replace its 2004 model BIT
Netherlands
16 Sep 2019
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NAFTA 2.0 To Bring Major Changes To Investor-State Dispute Settlement
The North American Free Trade Agreement ("NAFTA") enables Canadian, Mexican, and U.S. investors to bring arbitrations against the Canadian, Mexican, and U.S. governments for violations of the treaty
United States
23 Oct 2018
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Tanzania Overhauls Mining Laws, Fines Investor US$190 Billion: Is Your Investment Protected?
Hoping to increase the nation's revenue from natural resources, the Tanzanian government is introducing a number of increasingly drastic reforms to the mining industry.
Tanzania
9 Aug 2017
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U.S. Supreme Court To Resolve Service Of Process By Mail Under The Hague Convention
Recently, the United States Supreme Court granted certiorari in a Texas state court case and will decide whether the Hague Convention allows for service by mail on defendants residing in foreign countries.
United States
9 Feb 2017
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南部非洲发展共同体及其关于金融与投资的协议
撒哈拉以南之非洲地区的经济产出正在以接近全球增长率两倍的速度扩张 这样高水平的增长使得该地区成为一块吸引外国投资的磁石,特别是
Worldwide
19 Jan 2016
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Recent Decision On Sovereign Immunity Highlights Need For Advance Planning When Transacting With Foreign Sovereign Entities
When do commercial activities in the United States strip foreign states and state-owned entities of sovereign immunity and subject them to jurisdiction in U.S. courts?
Worldwide
23 Dec 2015
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United States Supreme Court Gives Deference To Arbitrators In Investment Treaty Cases
On March 5, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that an appellate court erred in setting aside a US$185 million arbitral award rendered under the UNCITRAL rules.
Worldwide
12 Mar 2014
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Recent Developments In Suits Against Foreign Governments And Corporations Doing Business Abroad
The United States is an attractive forum for plaintiffs to challenge the actions of foreign states, due to U.S. courts' liberal discovery rules, higher damage awards, availability of class actions, and the absence of "loser pay" rules, but foreign states are generally immune from civil suits.
United States
13 May 2013
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