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Investment Arbitration and EU Law

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  • UserAdvocate General Juliane Kokott, Court of Justice of the EU
  • ClockFriday 26 February 2016, 17:30-19:00
  • HouseFaculty of Law.

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The negotiation of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) has dramatised legal controversies around investor-state dispute resolution mechanisms. The European Commission’s ambitious proposal for an Investor Court System also highlights potential conflicts between, on the one hand, structures and mechanisms for investor-state dispute resolution, and on the other hand, the EU legal order and its judicial architecture. In her 2016 Mackenzie-Stuart Lecture, Advocate General Juliane Kokott will analyse current practices and future trends in investment arbitration and the legal conflicts they may create on three levels: intra-EU bilateral investment treaties (BITs); extra-EU BITs between the Member States and third countries; and future BITs between the EU and non-Member States.

This talk is part of the Mackenzie-Stuart Lectures series.

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