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A Ticking Clock – Brexit And UK Court Judgments
With the UK due to leave the institutions of the EU at the end of January 2020, and its legal system eleven months later, parties with...
European Union
27 Dec 2019
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A New Safety Net For English Law Judgments After Brexit
When the UK leaves the EU, it may no longer be possible to enforce UK judgments across borders in the same way under European rules.
European Union
24 Sep 2019
3
Solar Wars Part XI: The EC Strikes Back
Solar Wars Part X considered the continued willingness of arbitral tribunals to accept jurisdiction to hear claims under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) by EU investors against EU Member States.
UK
20 Sep 2019
4
Solar Wars Part X: The Force Is Strong With Investors
Previous Solar Wars articles explained how arbitral tribunals considering intra-EU claims under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) have consistently rejected the application of judgment.
UK
19 Sep 2019
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The (Final?) Death Of Intra-EU Investor-State Arbitration
At the risk of mixing metaphors, if Achmea (Slovak Republic v Achmea Case C-284/16) killed intra-EU investor-state arbitration ...
UK
12 Feb 2019
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Solar Wars Part VIII: Save Us Hungary, You're Our Only Hope
Previous Solar Wars articles have noted that tribunals hearing Energy Charter Treaty (ECT)
European Union
11 Feb 2019
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Energy Arbitrations - November 27, 2018
This is the third year that the authors have contributed a chapter on energy arbitrations to this publication.
UK
29 Nov 2018
8
Solar Wars Part VI: Antin Infrastructure Services – May The Fourth Be With You
Previous Solar Wars articles considered arbitral awards in respect of investors' claims under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) arising out of the curtailment of renewable incentive schemes in Europe.
UK
24 Jul 2018
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Solar Wars Part IV: The Eiser Award Was Not A Rogue One
In our previous Solar Wars articles, we considered the 2016 and 2017 arbitral awards in respect of investors' claims...
UK
24 Jul 2018
10
Solar Wars Part V: Achmea – A Phantom Menace?
In our previous four Solar Wars articles, we considered arbitral awards in respect of investors' claims under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) ...
UK
24 Jul 2018
11
The European Arbitration Review 2018 - Energy Arbitrations
The Paris accord remains big news in the fields of energy and climate change. President Trump's decision to cease all participation in the accord attracted international ...
European Union
13 Apr 2018
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Slovak Republic v Achmea – See You In Court
Achmea commenced arbitration proceedings, seated in Frankfurt, against Slovakia.
European Union
26 Mar 2018
13
Solar Wars: Part III - Return Of The European Commission
In the previous Solar Wars articles, we examined the arbitral awards made in late 2016 and 2017 in respect of investors' claims under the ECT in connection with the curtailment of...
UK
26 Jan 2018
14
Solar Wars: Part II – The States Strike Back
In part one of this article we explained how one of this year's arbitration awards might have given investors a new hope.
UK
22 Jan 2018
15
Solar Wars: Part I – A New Hope For Investors?
In countries such as Spain and Italy, the focus was on solar power
European Union
22 Jan 2018
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Transparency In International Arbitration – Striking The Right Balance
Although the general view is that increasing transparency is a good thing, in this interview Devika and Richard share their thoughts on why the issue isn't quite that straightforward.
Worldwide
18 Aug 2017
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Does The Arbitration Bill Make South Africa An Attractive Seat Of Arbitration?
Having international-standard arbitration legislation is a fundamental step towards encouraging international arbitration between commercial parties in South Africa.
South Africa
24 Jul 2017
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Where Angels Fear To Tread: Disclosure In Support Of An Application To Remove A Tribunal
The recent decision in P v Q [2017] EWHC 148 (Comm) provided, for the first time...
UK
27 Apr 2017
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Supreme Court Overturns Court Of Appeal: No Security To Challenge Enforcement Of An Arbitral Award
In a significant decision, the English Supreme Court recently set aside a decision of the Court of Appeal which had ordered adjournment of an order for enforcement of an arbitral award...
Worldwide
16 Mar 2017
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The ICC's New Expedited Procedure: An Answer To Lengthy (And Costly) Arbitration?
Arbitration is too costly and takes far too much time... This is the increasingly uniform view from the users of the popular alternative forum for resolving disputes.
Worldwide
29 Dec 2016
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