Steffen Hindelang: The Price for a Seat at the ISDS Reform Table – CJEU’s clearance of the EU’s investment protection policy in Opinion 1/17 and its impact on the EU constitutional order. In: Biondi, Andrea; Sangiuolo, Giorgia (Ed.): Judicial Protection and EU Free Trade Agreements, Edward Elgar Publishing, Forthcoming. AbstractThe CJEU in Opinion 1/17 concluded…

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More Information on the Case On the compatibility of investor-State arbitration on the basis of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) with EU law after the CJEU ruling in Achmea (C-284/16). More information on the case Novenergia II v. Spain in US Federal District Court of the District of Columbia (Motion to Dismiss and to Deny…

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Steffen Hindelang: Conceptualisation and Application of the Principle of Autonomy of EU Law – The CJEU’s Judgement in Achmea Put in Perspective. In: European Law Review, 44 (3), pp. 383-400, 2019. AbstractIt seemed that Court of Justice of the European Union wanted to make it short and sweet: It took the Grand Chamber in its…

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Presentation on Current Developments and Foundations in International Investment Law at the Spring Conference of the German-Nordic Lawyers’ Association on 09 June 2018 in Riga Presentation 2018061_Investitionsrecht_DNJV_Riga_2018_fuer_Veroeff Further Information The Art of Casting Political Dissent in Law: The EU’s Framework for Screening of Foreign Direct Investment 11 September 2020 Read More → Towards a “Common…

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  On 6 June 2018, at the invitation of the Committee on Economic Affairs and Energy of the German Bundestag, Steffen Hindelang testified on the planned establishment of a Multilateral Investment Court. In his written statement, he came to the conclusion that the establishment of a “Multilateral Investment Court” (“MIC”) can make a key contribution…

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Steffen Hindelang: The Limited Immediate Effects of CJEU’s Achmea Judgement. VerfBlog, 2018/3/09, 2018. AbstractIt seemed that Court of Justice of the European Union wanted to make it short and sweet: It took the Grand Chamber in its Achmea Decision less than fifteen pages to conclude that Investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS), as we know it, shall…

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