6th March 2014
This meeting will explore the role of legitimate expectations in all aspects of the arbitration of claims under investment treaties. In particular, panellists will examine objective v. subjective notions of the required expectations and elements of proof; whether contractual provisions are sufficient to give rise to legitimate expectations and if so, in what circumstances; and the role of legitimate expectations in the context of indirect expropriation claims.
The meeting will be followed by a reception at 20:00.
Please note that this is an invitation-only event.
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