Beiträge mit dem Stichwort: ‘Investitionsrecht̵

Conceptualisation and Application of the Principle of Autonomy of EU Law – The CJEU’s Judgement in Achmea Put in Perspective

Conceptualisation and Application of the Principle of Autonomy of EU Law – The CJEU’s Judgement in Achmea Put in Perspective

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 , Forthcoming. 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 judgement…

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Current Developments and Challenges in Public International Law – Sessions on „Challenges and opportunities for providing legal advice to Danish businesses in times of Brexit and mounting international protectionism“

Current Developments and Challenges in Public International Law - Sessions on "Challenges and opportunities for providing legal advice to Danish businesses in times of Brexit and mounting international protectionism"

  Current Developments and Challenges in Public International Law Session on International Investment law Investing abroad – Challenges and opportunities for providing legal advice to Danish businesses in times of Brexit and mounting international protectionism Denmark’s economic and social well-being depends strongly on open borders for trade and investment. What concerns investment, Denmark’s businesses hold…

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The Limited Immediate Effects of CJEU’s Achmea Judgement

Re-Organizing Europe’s Judicial Power through the Backdoor?

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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Ph.D. Disputation: L. Rönnelid, The emergence of routine enforcement of international investment law: Effects on investment protection and development, Uppsala University

Ph.D. Disputation: L. Rönnelid, The emergence of routine enforcement of international investment law: Effects on investment protection and development, Uppsala University

On 16th February 2018, Love Rönnelid of Uppsala University successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled „The emergence of routine enforcement of international investment law: Effects on investment protection and development“. Professors Pål Wrange of Stockholm University and Celine Tan of Warwick University served as board members of the examination board, which was chaired by Professor…

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