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Appeals and Challenges to Investment Treaty Awards: Is it Time for an International Appellate System

Investment Treaty Law: Current Issues Volume I

Below are selected materials from the second public conference of the Institute's Investment Treaty Forum. The full conference proceedings are published in edited form in the 2006 publication Investment Treaty Law: Current Issues Volume I, which can be purchased through this site.

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2 The Case for an Appellate Panel and its Scope of Review

Doak Bishop, King & Spalding, Houston

3 Non-Party States' Efforts to Influence Ongoing Proceedings

Mark W Friedman, Debevoise & Plimpton

4 The WTO Appellate Body: What Lessons Can Be Learned?

Valerie Hughes, Director, WTO Secretariat

5 Testing the Procedural Limits of the Treaty System: The Argentinean
Experience

Ignacio Suarez, Clifford Chance LLP

6 Jurisdictional Review

Philippe Pinsolle, Shearman & Sterling LLP, Paris

7 US Trade Promotion Legislation

Daniel M Price, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, Washington; Investment Treaty Forum Advisory Board Member

8 Judicial Review of Investment Arbitration Awards

Noah Rubins, Freshfield Bruckhaus Deringer, Paris

9 Alternatives for Obtaining Greater Consistency in Investment Arbitration: An Appellate Institution after the WTO, Authoritative Treaty Arbitration or Mandatory Consolidation?

Professor Thomas Waelde, Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee.

Please note: these materials are for reference only and may only be cited with the authors' permission. If you have any difficulties accessing this content please contact the Institute.

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