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Regulatory Freedom and Indirect Expropriation in Investment Arbitration

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20th June 2019

Time: 17.00-19.30 (Registration from 16.30)
Followed by a drinks reception

Venue: Withers LLP, 20 Old Bailey, London EC4M 7AN

The interaction between sovereign regulatory powers and indirect expropriation has become a key focal area for scholarly, practitioner and public discussion in investment arbitration.

This ITF meeting will discuss the scope, relationship and method for delineating between regulatory freedom and indirect expropriation and ways for resolving this in practice - considering important issues such as the intent and effects of State actions.

It will include the launch of Dr Aniruddha Rajput's book entitled "Regulatory Freedom and Indirect Expropriation in Investment Arbitration." Published in 2019 by Wolters Kluwer, the book draws on a broad range of the jurisprudence of investment tribunals, as well as of other international courts and tribunals such as the International Court of Justice, the Permanent Court of International Justice, dispute resolution bodies of the World Trade Organization and the European Court of Human Rights.

The event will feature a debate on where to draw the line between (1) regulatory freedom for States and (2) protection for investors in the context of State measures the effect of which is the substantial deprivation of the value of the investors' investments.

A wine and canapé reception will follow the event.

Chair

Sir Michael Wood, 20 Essex Street

Speakers

  • Dr Andrea Carlevaris, Bonelli Erede
  • Ms Andrea Menaker, White & Case LLP
  • Dr Aniruddha Rajput, Withers LLP

Convened by Professor Yarik Kryvoi, Senior Research Fellow in International Economic Law and Director of the Investment Treaty Forum.

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Free to attend for members of the Investment Treaty Forum. ITF Members wishing to attend should register by emailing the Events team.

For all other attendees the following fees apply:

BIICL Members

  • Individual: £15
  • Concession: £12

Non-Members

  • Individual: £25
  • Concession: £20

Concession fees are applicable to academics, students, staff of government and NGOs.

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CPD Information

This event offers the equivalent of 2.5 CPD hours.

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