EDITION 32

EDITION 32

JANUARY 2019
  • Lisbon meets Munich - An introductory note to January’s edition of YAR by Pedro Sousa Uva and Gonçalo Malheiro
  • Testimonies: What people think about YAR after 8 years by our Readers
  • Draft TTIP and CETA Dispute Resolution System: Why a Move to Judges from Arbitrators Raises Concerns about Investment Treaty by Manuel Pereira Barrocas
  • From Brussels to Luxembourg and Back: The Future of the European Union’s Investment and Trade Law and Policy in the Wake of Opinion 2/15 by Bogdan-Florin Nae
  • Investment Treaty Arbitration between Libya and Turkish Contractors: Temporal Validity of Turkey-Libya Bilateral Investment Treaty by Ayse Selcen Can and Muhammet Bembeyaz
  • Transparency under the USMCA: NAFTA Codification or Innovation? by Antonin Sobek
  • Security for Costs under the UNCITRAL Model Law by Hanson Mathias
  • Blurred Lines in International Arbitration: the Parties’ Waiver of the Right to Set Aside na Award by Laura C. Zinnerman
  • The legal consequences of the arbitrator’s failure to disclose: what solutions does the Portuguese Voluntary Arbitration Law (PAL) provide? by Daniela Vicente Almeida
  • Tackling Corruption in International Arbitration – Key Issues and Challenges by Yoanna Schuch

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