Loukas Mistelis is a Professor of Transnational Law and Arbitration and Director of the School of International Arbitration at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London.
Nikos Lavranos, PhD Maastricht University, is Secretary General of EFILA, Brussels, and Head of Legal Affairs of Global Investment Protection AG.
Professor Loukas Mistelis; Nikos Lavranos; Professor Andrea Bjorklund; Dr. Erhard Böhm; Professor Chester Brown; Professor Mark Feldman; Dr Filippo Fontanelli; Ms Norah Gallagher; Professor Robert Howse; Professor Catherine Kessedjian; Ms Annette Magnusson; Professor Sebastien Manciaux; Ms Inga Martinkute; Professor August Reinisch.
Gloria Maria Alvarez; Rutger Metsch.
Table of contents
1 The Delimitation of Contractual Rights and Property in International Investment Law Inga Martinkute;
2 The EU Dispute Settlement: Towards Legal Certainty in an Uneven International Investment System? Maria Laura Marceddu;
3 The Unresolved Conundrum of Contract-Based and Treaty-Based Claims – An extra element of contention: privity of contract and forum selection clauses in investment contracts Martina Magnarelli;
4 The Aftermath of the Hague District Court Judgment: Are the Yukos Shareholders Now Shut out from Enforcing the ECT Awards through the English Courts? Egishe Dzhazoyan and Benjamin Burnham;
5 Legitimate Expectations and the Interpretation of the 'Legal Stability Obligation' Simon Maynard;
6 Can Amici Curiae Rescue the Fading EU ISDS System? Denis Parchajev and Rimantas Daujotas;
7 The Use of Online Dispute Resolution in the Realm of Investment Arbitration in the European Union Irene Ng and Valeria Benedetti del Rio;
8 The UNCITRAL Transparency Standards in ISDS as a result of multi-lateral negotiation Judith Knieper;
9 Escaping from Freedom? The dilemma of an improved ISDS mechanism Sophie Nappert;
10 Lights and shadows of the WTO-inspired International Court System Filippo Fontanelli, Koorosh Ameli, Ilias Bantekas, Horia Ciurtin, Nikos Lavranos, Mauro Rubino-Sammartano and Emma Spiteri Gonzi;
EFILA Annual Conference 2016 contributions
11 The Rule of Law and Alternatives to Investment Arbitration John P. Gaffney;
12 The International Minimum Standard of Treatment and Human Rights: A Pedigree in the Rule of Law Barton Legum;
13 Why Investment Arbitration Contributes to the Rule of Law: Without knowing where we came from we cannot know where we are heading to
14 Transparency and Independence of Arbitrators in Investment Arbitration: Rule of Law Implications Mathias Wolkewitz;
15 Proportionality and Deference in Investor-State Arbitration by Caroline Henckels David Collins.