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general connection of this with the use of technology of the improvement of quality of life as a result of a better way of implementing technical solutions to social issues (as the traffic in a city, mobility or the recycling, or the new flow of cars and parking slots in cities). At the end should be

In: Legal Challenges in the New Digital Age

, are parties to the Tig Cultural Protection Treaty ( TCPT ). Article 17 of the Treaty recognizes the importance of arboreal life to the Tig community, and obligates parties to ensure that all Tig families have access to trees of a proper height and size to build the traditional Tig treehouse, which

In: Rosenne's The World Court: What It Is and How It Works

because it was a measure “necessary to protect human, animal or plant life or health or was necessary for the conservation of living or non-living exhaustible natural resource.” 21 Finally, in Vivendi v. Argentina, the respondent pleaded the defence of necessity, arguing that it took the actions that

In: A Multifaceted Approach to Trade Liberalisation and Investment Protection in the Energy Sector
Author: Elena Cima

persons in its territory, or to transfer a particular technology, production process, or other proprietary knowledge to a person in its territory, does not apply to measures “(ii) necessary to protect human, animal, or plant life or health; or (iii) related to the conservation of living or non-living

In: A Multifaceted Approach to Trade Liberalisation and Investment Protection in the Energy Sector
Author: Naci Akdemir

victimization experiences have a more substantial influence on online coping. This suggests that a negative experience may motivate individuals to implement problem-oriented coping strategies regardless of fear of crime. Concern, anxiety and anger are the feelings individuals experience in the aftermath of a

In: Legal Challenges in the New Digital Age
Author: Elena Cima

resources, to exercise authority over foreign investments and regulate activities of transnational corporations within its territory); 73 second, terms that are inequitable and onerous to the state (i.e. by restricting the periodic review of life-time contracts, securing preferential treatment to a

In: Public Participation and Foreign Investment Law
Author: Laurent Develle

subject to change during the long life of a mining project. As a result, from a corporate and business viewpoint, there is a sense that slo is a rather vague, uncertain and slightly beyond the organization’s control since slo has not only to be earned, through a time-consuming and uncharted road, but

In: Social License and Dispute Resolution in the Extractive Industries
Author: Réka A Papp

with caution. They need to avoid undermining the legitimacy of the decision-making process and in particular accusations of politically motivated or poorly reasoned decisions. In order to achieve this goal, a coherent legal framework for the arbitral tribunals’ analysis has to be elaborated. Such

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In: Investments in Conflict Zones

contracting States of the original bargain form a central aspect of the post-negotiation life of a treaty and of ‘embedded’ ISA.60 To use Klabber’s adaptation of the famous Clausewitz quote: “interpretation is the continuation of treaty negotiations by other means.”61 Contracting States through their

In: The Role of the State in Investor-State Arbitration

business or otherwise have assets. A U.S. court judgment would not provide any of these benefits. V Conclusion The public policy rationale behind the patent law is to motivate and encour- age innovation yet Apple and Google now spend more on patent litigation and licensing than on product research and

In: Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation: The Fordham Papers (2013)