EU law and international investment arbitration : joint IAI-MPI roundtable April 2018 / general editor Emmanuel Gaillard ; edited by Hélène Ruiz-Fabri and Emmanuel Gaillard ; nternational Arbitration Institute, Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law

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Type : Livre / Book

Langue / Language : anglais / English

ISBN : 978-1-944825-29-4

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EAN : 9781944825294

Investissements étrangers -- Pays de l'Union européenne

Arbitrage international

Arbitrage commercial international

Gaillard, Emmanuel (1952-2021) (Directeur de publication / publishing director)

Ruiz Fabri, Hélène (1960-....) (Directeur de publication / publishing director)

International arbitration Institute (Organisateur de réunion / organizer of meeting)

Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law (Organisateur de réunion / organizer of meeting)

Collection : IAI series on international arbitration / Huntington (N.Y.) : Juris Publishing , 20??-

Résumé / Abstract : This book is based on the Roundtable organized by the International Arbitration Institute (IAI) and the Max Planck Institute (MPI) Luxembourg for Procedural Law in April 2018. It was the first gathering of members of the European Court of Justice, judges of the International Court of Justice, EU Member State judges, distinguished arbitrators, representatives of arbitral institutions and academics convened at the aftermath of the recent Achmea ruling of the European Court of Justice. Part I focuses on the existence of systemic conflicts and incompatibilities between international investment law and EU law. After providing an overview of various investment agreements, the author examines a variety of issues that may arise from the overlap of EU law and international investment law and arbitration. Part II deals with the issue of recourse to international arbitration as a means of settlement of disputes to which EU law may be applicable, in particular, four key issues that characterize the relationship of EU law with international investment arbitration in light of the recent ECJ judgment in Achmea. Part III is a comparison of the substantive standards of investment protection under EU law and international investment law. The volume also includes the proceedings of the animated debates that followed each session of the Roundtable. It is essential reading for all those (judges, arbitrators, lawyers and academics) confronted with the issues arising from the relationship between EU law and international investment law and arbitration. --