International Investment Law and Arbitration : Commentary, Awards and other Materials
What was once a contested body of principles applied peripherally to the international settlement of expropriation disputes has been transformed and in its place now stands an important area of international disputes practice. International Investment Law and Arbitration offers a comprehensive introduction to the subject. Presenting the facts of daily legal practice and the largely unaltered aims of the subject alongside a broad selection of key awards and original materials, historical developments are discussed in the context of the changing directions in the arbitral jurisprudence and current treaty and arbitration reform debate. Key features: accessible and engaging commentary integrated throughout, end of chapter questions test reader understanding, further reading lists support and encourage exploration of the subject. Suitable for postgraduate law students studying modules on international investment arbitration, International Investment Law and Arbitration offers an indispensable introduction to the subject.
- Paperback | 578 pages
- 173 x 246 x 30mm | 1,030g
- 06 Mar 2019
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
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Table of contents
1. The origins of investment protection and international investment law; 2. Investment contracts and internationalisation; 3. The metamorphosis of investment treaties; 4. Investment dispute settlement; 5. Jurisdiction, admissibility and parallel proceedings; 6. Applicable laws; 7. Evidence; 8. Provisional measures; 9. Protected investments; 10. Protected investors; 11. Fair and equitable treatment, and full protection and security; 12. Contingent standards: national treatment and most favoured nation treatment; 13. Expropriation; 14. Umbrella clauses; 15. Defences; 16. Remedies; 17. Costs and legal fees; 18. Challenging and enforcing awards, and the question of foreign state immunities; 19. New directions in international investment law and arbitration.
About Chin Leng Lim
Chin Leng Lim is Professor of Law and a Member of Court and the Senate of the University of Hong Kong. He is Choh-Ming Li Professor-elect at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Visiting Professor at King's College London and practices as a barrister from chambers in London at Keating Chambers. He once served on a government international law counsel and with the United Nations Compensation Commission in Geneva. Jean Ho is Assistant Professor of Law at the National University of Singapore. She had previously practised international investment law and arbitration at Shearman and Sterling LLP. She is a Member of the BIICL's Investment Treaty Forum and an Expert on the UNIDROIT Working Group on Land Investment Contracts. Martins Paparinskis is Reader in Public International Law and Director of Graduate Research Studies at University College London, Faculty of Laws. He is Book Review Editor of the Journal of World Investment and Trade, a Member of the Panel of Arbitrators of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, and a Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration.