CPA

Le projet 2018 de modèle de TBI néerlandais : évaluation critique

Le 16 mai 2018, le ministre néerlandais des Affaires étrangères a publié son nouveau projet de modèle de Traité bilatéral d’investissement (TBI)[1]. Ce projet de modèle, ouvert aux commentaires publics jusqu’au 18 juin 2018, devrait remplacer le modèle 2004 de TBI et être utilisé pour la renégociation des 79 TBI néerlandais existants signés avec des pays qui ne sont pas membres de l’Union européenne, ainsi que pour la négociation de futurs accords.

ITN  |  mars 13, 2017

Awards and Decisions

ICSID tribunal dismisses claims brought against Indonesia based on forged mining licences Churchill Mining PLC and Planet Mining Pty Ltd v. Republic of Indonesia, ICSID Case No. ARB/12/14 and ICSID Case No. ARB/12/40 Inaê Siqueira de Oliveira [*] After rendering separate decisions on jurisdiction¾one for the case brought by British company Churchill Mining PLC under the United […]

Awards and Decisions

(English) The long-expected final award has been rendered in the high-profile case initiated by tobacco giant Philip Morris in early 2010 against Uruguay over its tobacco control measures.

ITN  |  mai 16, 2016

News in Brief

(English) US$50 billion awards against Russia in Yukos Cases are set aside by Dutch Court

TTIP draft to be prepared by July; ISDS being built based on both EU and US proposals

China – US BIT: ISDS to be included; ongoing negotiations on negative lists

Three mining disputes: The first investment disputes against Colombia come to light

Canada-European Union CETA re-concluded in February to incorporate the EU ICS proposal

Second ICSID claim filed against Uruguay; Philip Morris decision still pending

Singapore International Arbitration centre releases investment arbitration rules

ITN  |  janvier 12, 2010

In Brief: The merits of former Yukos Shareholders’ expropriation claim will be heard

By Elizabeth Whitsitt January 13, 2010 In a decision not yet released to the public, it has been reported that former Yukos shareholders may proceed to the merits phase of their multi-billion dollar expropriation claim against the Russian government. According to various sources* a tribunal of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague […]