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Nationality and Investment Treaty Claims

Below are selected materials from the fourth Public Conference of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law's Investment Treaty Forum.

1 Conference Programme

2 The Globalisation of Nationality

Professor Francisco Orrego Vicuña, University of Chile

3 Nationality of Corporations Under Domestic Law: A Comparative Perspective

Dr Matthias Pannier, European Company Law Centre, BIICL

4 Nationality of Physical Persons

Devashish Krishan, Vinson & Elkins

5 Derivative Actions and Indirect Claims

Robert Wisner, Appleton & Associates

Please note: these materials are intended for reference only and are not to be cited without the authors' permission. if you have any difficulties accessing this content please contact the Institute.

Additional Materials

Professor Maurice Mendelson QC, 'The Runaway Train: The 'Continuous Nationality' Rule from The Panavezys-Saldutiskis Railway Case to Loewen', International Investment Law and Arbitration: Leading Cases from the ICSID, NAFTA, Bilateral Investment Treaties and Customary International Law (edited by Todd Weiler) (Cameron May, 2005)

Professor Pia Acconci, 'Is there Room for Customary Law in International Law on Foreign Investments? The Requirement of Continuous Corporate Nationality in the Loewen Case', 2005

Robert Wisner and Nick Gallus, 'Nationality Requirements in Investor-State Arbitration' 5(6) Journal of World Investment & Trade 927 (December 2004) (reproduced with the kind consent of Werner Publishing)

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