Analysis: Germany’s Supreme Court finds that anti-arbitration declaration mechanism is available with respect to pending intra-EU ICSID arbitrations, but not to prevent future ECT cases; court opines that EU law trumps international law and that the CJEU did not act ultra vires in addressing intra-EU investor-state arbitration

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