EDITION 38

EDITION 38

JULY 2020
  • Arbitration after Covid-19, by Athina Fouchard Papaefstratiou
  • Could the Covid – 19 pandemic contribute to the development of arbitration in Europe?, by Jan Gasiorowski and Patryk Polek
  • Impacts of COVID-19 on Arbitration – Precautions, by Gilberto Giusti and Douglas Depieri Catarucci
  • How the international investment arbitration regime will shape during and after the pandemic, by Shambhavi Sinha
  • Covid 19 and standards of investment protection, by Amrit Onkar Bhatia
  • New pathways between Brazil and India, by Luis Fernando Guerrero
  • India-Brazil Bilateral Investment Treaty – Less Indian, More Brazilian!, by Prabhash Ranjan
  • The bilateral investment treaty between Portugal and Angola: The story of a difficult but successful birth, by António Vicente Marques and Raquel Vieira Ferreira
  • International arbitration in Angola, by Nuno Albuquerque, Conceição Manita Ferreira and Luisa Castro Ferreira
  • The newest trend on finding the applicable law to the arbitration agreement: Kabab-Ji SAL v Kout Food Group signals the end of the ongoing discussion?, by Vitória Zanotto Farina
  • The challenges of intellectual property – related investment arbitration, by Ana Pepeljugoska Kostovska
  • Recognizing and enforcing foreign arbitral awards in Armenia – The amended approach, by Aram Aghababyan

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