All posts by Erik Brouwer

Analysis: European Court of Human Rights looks at international humanitarian law to rule on Russia’s conduct in Crimea, finding breach of fair trial guarantees, large-scale expropriations, and discriminatory conduct

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European Court of Human Rights finds Russia liable for administrative practice of human rights violations in Crimea, including through large-scale expropriations

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[Updated with additional Opinion] Revealed: Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs initially supported enforcement of Pey Casado awards, but reversed course after finding that Chile enjoyed immunity from jurisdiction if court proceedings went beyond mere enforcement of ICSID awards

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Revealed: ICSID tribunal in Longreef v. Venezuela dismissed clean hands and police powers defenses, but awarded only 20% of damages claimed by the investor for illegal expropriation and state’s arbitrary conduct

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Tribunals in Renco Group v. Peru arbitrations seek clarifications regarding potential impact on the proceedings of human rights court judgment concerning state’s environmental obligations

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European Commission proposes to trigger ECT’s denial of benefits clause against investments controlled by Russian and Belarussian entities

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[Updated] European Commission sets out 3-pillar process for implementation of coordinated withdrawal from Energy Charter Treaty, modernisation process, and exclusion of intra-EU arbitrations

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UNCITRAL tribunal reportedly awards almost 30 million EUR to French government-controlled energy giant EDF in dispute under Energy Charter Treaty

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