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-death-of-isds ; Louise Woods, “Fit for purpose? The EU’s Investment Court System,” Kluwer Arbitration Blog, (blog), March 23 2016, 2018, http://arbitrationblog.kluwerarbitration.com/2016/03/23/to-be-decided/ . See further Bonnitcha, Poulsen, and Waibel, The Political Economy of the Investment Treaty Regime , 30. 74

In: The Chinese Journal of Global Governance

announcing its Proposal for a Council Decision on CETA, the European Commission described this ‘new investment court system’ as an important first step ‘towards the EU’s ultimate goal of a global investment court’. 42 Both the EU’s proposal and India’s Model BIT, discussed below, aim to reform ISDS by

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

remedies and international arbitration; and, on the other hand, that the isds system will not remain overly confidential or without an appellate mechanism to correct errors of law. Another approach could be to move towards an international investment court system as the eu has proposed in its recent

In: International Investment Treaties and Arbitration Across Asia

developing and developed countries. Many countries start to reform the ISDS and the EU also intends to replace the ISDS by a proposed Investment Court System, which is also a trend initiated by the EU-Canada FTA ( CETA ). These issues result from the transparency of the process, the opaque wording of

In: The Belt and Road Initiative

moving from current ad hoc arbitration towards an Investment Court’ and an unofficial document on 16 September providing for an informal proposal to the United States as to a revision of the TTIP draft investment chapter suggesting the establishment of a permanent investment court system. The idea of

In: General Principles of Law and International Investment Arbitration

European Union’s Proposed Investment Court System: Addressing Criticisms of Investor-State Arbitration While Raising New Challenges’ (2016) 43:4 Legal Issues of Economic Integration 367. 18 According to Kauffmann-Kohler and Potestà, the concern over excessive confidentiality in matters of public interest

In: Civil Society in Investment Treaty Arbitration

European Union’s Proposed Investment Court System: Addressing Criticisms of Investor-State Arbitration While Raising New Challenges’ (2016) 43:4 Legal Issues of Economic Integration 367. 18 According to Kauffmann-Kohler and Potestà, the concern over excessive confidentiality in matters of public interest

In: Civil Society in Investment Treaty Arbitration

successful example of the WTO dispute settlement system with its ad hoc panels and a small, but permanent Appellate Body has not been taken up in recent discussions about the reform of investor-state arbitration. The “Investment Court”-system contained in the proposals for CETA and TTIP is not yet

In: Brill Research Perspectives in International Investment Law and Arbitration

successful example of the WTO dispute settlement system with its ad hoc panels and a small, but permanent Appellate Body has not been taken up in recent discussions about the reform of investor-state arbitration. The “Investment Court”-system contained in the proposals for CETA and TTIP is not yet

In: Damages in Investor-State Arbitration

’s suggested multilateral investment court system – but perhaps due to the sweeping nature of those reforms, they have failed to garner much support. 120 But their failure may actually provide ACIIL’s negotiators with an opportunity to market the center as a comparatively discrete and less-expensive means for

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade