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Treaty-based investment arbitration is becoming increasingly important in international commerce, with the vast majority of such investment cases being filed within the past three years. The issues associated with investment arbitration are therefore of growing interest not only to governments but also to the business and legal communities. Within this overall picture, the Energy Charter Treaty occupies a singular position, providing a unique multilateral investment protection regime for the energy sector. This book seeks to provide practical guidance to the complex operation of the Treaty.Read more
- Cuts through a great deal of material to get to clear discussion of difficult points
- Focus on the Energy Charter Treaty enables readers to find relevant and accurate material quickly
- Combination of a practising barrister and a leading academic specialist in international law as authors, supported by a practitioner with extensive experience of international arbitration involving States as a consultant editor, ensures a practical and realistic approach and a broad understanding of general principles of international law
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"… a well articulated and thorough analysis of the ECT investment regime."
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"The Settlement of Investment Disputes under the Energy Charter Treaty provides a well articulated and thorough analysis of the [Energy Charter Treaty] regime."
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- Date Published: May 2011
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9780521899383
- length: 272 pages
- dimensions: 235 x 158 x 16 mm
- weight: 0.56kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: international treaty arbitration and the Energy Charter Treaty
2. The applicable law
3. Availability of dispute settlement under Article 26
4. European Union law and the Energy Charter Treaty
5. Substantive law
7. Contracting parties' international responsibility for breaches of Part III of the ECT
Appendix A: relevant provisions of the Energy Charter Treaty
Appendix B: signatories and parties to the Energy Charter Treaty.
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