Investment arbitration has become the primary means of settling disputes between states and foreign investors. The majority of those arbitration proceedings take place before tribunals of the International Center for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). This book provides the reader with concise summaries of the facts and holdings of ICSID Tribunals in the years 2003-2007. Extensive cross-references and footnotes allow the reader to find other awards confirming or rejecting certain holdings, and analytical chapters explain the development of the jurisprudence. Since the average length of an ICSID award exceeds 100 pages, and nearly 20 new decisions and awards are published each year, this book is an indispensable tool for the busy practitioner or academic who needs to be informed about the development of the law.
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Richard Happ is a German-trained Attorney (Rechtsanwalt) in Hamburg/Germany. He specializes in international arbitration and public international law. He advises and represents both states and investors in investment disputes, is frequently appointed as an expert witness and also serves as an arbitrator. Trained in the United States, Noah Rubins is Counsel within Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer's international arbitration and public international law practice groups in Paris. He frequently advises investors and states in investment arbitration cases, and also serves as an arbitrator in both investment and commercial arbitration proceedings.
This book will prove a useful tool for the investment arbitration practitioner or academic who needs to remain informed about the development of the law * Happ, Arbitration * ...this book will prove a useful tool for the investment arbitration practitioner or academic who needs to remain informed about the development of the law * ASA Bulletin * Given the increasing number of awards, and the typical length of awards of 80-250 pages, the task for the practitioner or scholar who seeks to keep abreast of the jurisprudence is daunting. It is this need that the Happ and Rubins volume admirably fulfils, providing in a single location 96 awards over the stated six-year period. In the writer's view, there are few persons seriously interested in investor-state arbitration, whether experienced lawyers and arbitrators, neophytes or academics, who would not benefit from having this volume available for consultation. * David A Gantz, University of Arizona, USA, International Trade Law and Regulation, Vol 15, Issue 6 *
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