Steffen Hindelang

  • Re-Organizing Europe’s Judicial Power through the Backdoor?

    European governments, businesses and civil society are engaged in a public debate on an investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) mechanism in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the US and the EU. Recently, the Commission published the results of a massive public consultation on this matter accepting that there is indeed a need for further talks.

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  • Investor-state dispute settlement – Pulling the chain tighter

    Since the 1970s, almost any bilateral and regional investment treaty has provided for investor-state dispute settlement (“ISDS”). Based on these agreements, foreign investors can commence international arbitration against their host states, claiming administrative, regulatory, or judicial measures are in violation of substantive investment protection standards.

    Steffen Hindelang/ Verfassungsblog- 14 Leser -
  • Investor-state dispute settlement – Pulling the chain tighter

    Since the 1970s, almost any bilateral and regional investment treaty has provided for investor-state dispute settlement (“ISDS”). Based on these agreements, foreign investors can commence international arbitration against their host states, claiming administrative, regulatory, or judicial measures are in violation of substantive investment protection standards.

    Steffen Hindelang/ Verfassungsblog- 37 Leser -
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