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Presentation on “The price for a seat at the ISDS reform table: CJEU’s clearance of the EU’s investment protection policy and its impact on the EU constitutional order” in Conference on Investment Courts and the Union’s Legal Order at Stockholm University

The price for a seat at the ISDS reform table I presented on the topic “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” on Thursday, 06.02.2020 at Stockholm University in the Conference on “Investment…

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Testimony in the German Parliament, Committee on Economic Affairs and Energy, on a Multilateral Investment Court

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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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Predators in the pond of jurisdiction? The EU constitutional restraints on investor-State dispute settlement provisions in European comprehensive free trade agreements.

Investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS), once developed as ‘last straw’ for foreign investors to gain access to justice in the forgotten corners of this world, grew out of its niche existence – for the better or the worse. In a remarkable metamorphosis ISDS made its way not only into trade agreements among what was once called…

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