Looking Back: ICSID ad hoc committee in CMS v. Argentina found that it had the power to impose conditions on award’s stay of enforcement, but saw no need for security in light of state’s written assurances

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Looking Back: In Perenco case, ICSID tribunal upheld jurisdiction over contract claims against Ecuador, declined jurisdiction over Petroecuador, and postponed decision on whether Bahamian company controlled by French nationals could bring claims under Ecuador-France BIT

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Looking Back: On jurisdiction, ICSID tribunal in Tza Yap Shum v. Peru held that limited China-Peru BIT arbitration clause allowed arbitrators to examine whether an expropriation had occurred, in addition to issues of quantum, but rejected claimant’s attempt to rely on MFN clause to further expand its jurisdiction

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Looking Back: On the merits, tribunal in Tza Yap Shum v. Peru found that interim seizure of company’s assets by tax authorities constituted an indirect expropriation in violation of the China-Peru BIT; impact on investment and arbitrariness excluded application of police powers doctrine

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Looking Back: ICSID tribunal in Iberdrola v. Guatemala (1) dismissed most claims on the basis that the claims purely arose under domestic law and rejected Iberdrola’s claim for denial of justice on the merits

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Looking Back: Zhinvali v. Georgia tribunal issued provisional measures against domestic courts, but ultimately declined jurisdiction over claims for pre-contractual expenditures

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Looking Back: In Lemire v. Ukraine (2), ICSID tribunal grappled with jurisdiction under settlement agreement recorded in an award, differences between FET and MST, discriminatory and arbitrary measures, moral damages, and much more

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Looking Back: Global Trading v. Ukraine tribunal was first to dismiss all claims as manifestly without legal merit under ICSID Arbitration Rule 41(5), finding that claimants had no protected investment

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Looking Back: Banro v. DRC tribunal declined jurisdiction over contract-based claims that originated from Canadian entity, at a time when Canada was not a party to the ICSID Convention

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Looking Back: In Cable TV v. St. Kitts and Nevis, a contract-based tribunal analyzed the nature of constituent subdivisions and agencies, ultimately deciding that the state had not consented to ICSID jurisdiction

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Looking Back: PCIJ’s Factory at Chorzow case set the benchmark for the compensation owed on account of internationally wrongful conduct and grappled with other issues of relevance to investor-state arbitration

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Looking Back: In Certain German Interests in Polish Upper Silesia, the PCIJ dealt with parallel claims before mixed arbitral tribunals, expropriation of contractual rights, the concept of control, and the question of whether municipalities qualified as “nationals”

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Looking Back: In BG Group v. Argentina, an UNCITRAL tribunal admitted claims despite claimant’s failure to fulfil local remedies requirement, found breach of legitimate expectations under MST, and rejected Argentina’s necessity defence

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Looking Back: In Bayindir v. Pakistan jurisdictional decision, ICSID tribunal grappled with notification requirement, definition of investment, and the distinction between contract claims and treaty claims; request to stay treaty arbitration during pendency of parallel contract arbitration was dismissed

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Looking Back: ICSID tribunal in Azpetrol v. Azerbaijan decided that e-mail exchange qualified as binding settlement agreement, and dismissed the case after finding that there was no dispute left to be resolved

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Looking Back: Tribunal majority in Alalpli v. Turkey found that it had no jurisdiction – but majority arbitrators disagreed on whether good faith considerations or lack of active contribution by the investor should fell the ICSID claim

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Looking Back: Tribunal in Occidental v. Ecuador rejected provisional measures request, finding that claim for specific performance did not qualify as a right to be protected

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Looking Back: Tribunal in City Oriente v. Ecuador ordered respondent to refrain from terminating production sharing contract and proceeding with criminal investigations; subsequent request for revocation of provisional measures was rejected

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Looking Back: The ICJ’s Diallo judgments found that states could exercise diplomatic protection with respect to shareholders’ rights, but not on behalf of local companies controlled by their nationals – while observing that the role of diplomatic protection had “somewhat faded” in light of the growth of investor-state arbitration

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Looking Back: ICSID tribunal in Caratube v. Kazakhstan (1) examined treaty provision providing conditional consent to treat local companies as foreign investors, and declined jurisdiction after finding that these conditions were not fulfilled

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Looking Back: Gas Natural v. Argentina tribunal upheld jurisdiction over claims for derivative losses and allowed the bypassing of local litigation requirements through MFN provision

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Looking Back: ICSID tribunal in AIG v. Kazakhstan dismissed a jurisdictional objection based on the respondent’s lack of participation in the tribunal’s constitution, found an indirect expropriation, and discussed principles of compensation

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Looking Back: Merrill & Ring v. Canada tribunal found that custom had evolved to favour investors, but that no breach could arise without harm to claimant

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Looking Back: High-profile tribunal hearing one of Venezuela’s earliest ICSID cases discussed foreign control requirement, force majeure, lost profit, and compound interest

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Looking Back: Arbitrators in InterTrade v. Czech Republic delved into principles of attribution to the state – with the tribunal splitting on governmental authority analysis

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Looking Back: Ad hoc committee in AES v. Hungary set high threshold for manifest excess of powers and failure to state reasons, found no fault with the arbitrators’ treatment of EU law arguments, and dismissed the claimants’ annulment bid

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Looking Back: Tribunal in MCI v. Ecuador used the principle of non-retroactivity of treaties to exclude some claims from its jurisdiction; remaining case was dismissed on the merits

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Looking Back: Azurix v. Argentina tribunal grappled with the distinction between contractual and treaty claims, discussed legitimate expectations, and found that the state’s behaviour towards a water concessionaire amounted to a treaty violation

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Looking Back: Telefonica v. Argentina tribunal rejected jurisdictional objections based on derivative shareholder claims, forum selection clause, and local litigation requirement

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Looking Back: On jurisdiction, tribunals hearing trifecta of Yukos cases deemed the ECT provisionally applicable in its entirety despite Russia’s lack of ratification

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Looking Back: Tribunal in AES v. Argentina pondered the role of arbitral precedent, set out a two-prong test for defining a “legal dispute”, and found contractual forum selection clauses irrelevant to a treaty-based dispute

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Looking Back: Tribunal in Georgia’s first known BIT case grappled with the ECT’s provisional application, and examined an alleged failure to comply with local law

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Looking Back: Latvia’s first known BIT case saw tribunal grappling with legality requirement half a decade before Inceysa and Fraport decisions; arbitrators ultimately ruled in favour of claimant in shipping dispute

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Looking Back: In Amto v. Ukraine, arbitrators discussed denial of benefits under the ECT, and found that failure by state-owned company to pay outstanding debt did not give rise to a treaty breach

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Looking Back: OKO Pankki v. Estonia solidified legitimate expectations as central to FET, found a continuing breach by the state, and reinforced awards of compound interest in investment treaty arbitration

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Looking Back: Tribunal in Champion Trading v. Egypt ruled that dual nationals cannot take their home state to ICSID arbitration, but may bring claims through a foreign company under their control

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Looking Back: In Fraport v. Philippines (1), a tribunal majority declined jurisdiction after deciding that an airport concession investment had been made in violation of local law

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Looking Back: Procedural decisions in Glamis Gold v. USA established prominent test for bifurcation, accepted amicus curiae submissions, and considered privilege over inadvertently produced documents

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Looking Back: Arbitrators in Plama v. Bulgaria grappled with denial of benefits and the applicability of MFN clauses to dispute resolution

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Looking Back: Tribunal majority in Berschader v. Russia declined jurisdiction over indirect investments and refused to extend MFN clause to dispute settlement

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Looking Back: UNCITRAL tribunal in Biloune v. Ghana found creeping expropriation of resort complex, but declined jurisdiction over denial of justice and human rights claims

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Looking Back: First Sempra v. Argentina tribunal read FET standard as gap-filler in the context of investment protection; award was later set aside

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Looking Back: In Enron v. Argentina, arbitrators discussed police powers and necessity exception in times of economic crisis

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Looking Back: In Pey Casado v. Chile (1), arbitrators weighed in on dual nationality and ratione temporis jurisdictional objections, and ultimately found Chile liable for denial of justice

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Looking Back: Tribunals in Trans-Global Petroleum v. Jordan and Brandes v. Venezuela provided the first known interpretations of ICSID Arbitration Rule 41(5)

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Looking Back: In Julian Crespo v. Poland, ICC tribunal offered an early analysis of the arbitrators’ power to order security for costs; on the merits, a majority found the state liable for a breach of the Poland-Spain BIT, but declined to award any damages

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Looking Back: ICSID tribunal in Middle East Cement v. Egypt found a partial expropriation of cement import business, and criticised state failures to notify claimant of ship seizure and auction

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Looking Back: In its first known BIT case, Moldova defeated an indirect expropriation claim, as the UNCITRAL tribunal hearing the dispute weighed in on the state’s right to regulate

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Looking Back: Westinghouse v. Philippines ICC tribunal rejected corruption defence and upheld jurisdiction, but case was settled before US court weighed in on separate corruption allegation

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Looking Back: In Noble Ventures v. Romania, an early ICSID tribunal adopted an expansive interpretation of an umbrella clause in the US-Romania BIT, but ultimately rejected the case on the merits

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Looking Back: In Parkerings v. Lithuania, tribunal reasoned that a breach of contract could only amount to a treaty breach if the investor had previously sought reparation before local courts

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Looking Back: in Sistem Muhendislik v. Kyrgyzstan, tribunal upheld jurisdiction under both the Kyrgyzstan-Turkey BIT and local investment law, but declined jurisdiction on the basis of underlying contract

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Looking Back: In Siemens v. Argentina, arbitrators used MFN to bypass local litigation requirement and found an expropriation of contractual rights, but ultimately saw their award abandoned as part of Siemens’ settlement of bribery scandal

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Looking Back: NAFTA tribunal declined to consolidate parallel investor claims against Mexico, citing confidentiality concerns between fiercely competitive claimants and limited risk of inconsistent decisions

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Looking Back: In Aguas del Tunari v. Bolivia, Cochabamba “Water War” led to controversial arbitration; tribunal ruled on many important jurisdictional questions, including first ICSID amicus curiae request

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Looking Back: Pope & Talbot v. Canada offered influential discussions of indirect expropriation and national treatment, and famously viewed 2001 FTC Statement as an amendment to NAFTA

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Looking Back: In previously-unseen Indonesia v. Newmont award, Indonesia took investor before international tribunal to obtain performance of divestment obligation

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Looking Back: Alpha v. Ukraine tribunal openly denounced Salini criteria and found state liable for expropriation

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Looking Back: Canfor/Tembec/Terminal softwood lumber arbitrations provided early engagement with questions of parallel NAFTA Chapter 11 proceedings

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Looking Back: In Lucchetti v. Peru, arbitrators declined jurisdiction ratione temporis, side-stepping Peru’s allegations of corruption; majority of ICSID ad hoc committee denied request for annulment

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Looking Back: In Soufraki v. UAE, Fortier-chaired tribunal makes its own inquiry into the claimant’s professed nationality; at annulment stage, committee members diverged on fate of award

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Looking Back: In Telenor v. Hungary, arbitrators rejected bid to widen BIT’s jurisdiction via MFN clause, and also rejected expropriation claim (that fell within its jurisdiction) due to prima facie failure to prove loss

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Looking Back: In early BIT case, sole arbitrator declines jurisdiction over Philippe Gruslin’s claims arising out of mutual fund investments allegedly harmed by Malaysian currency controls

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Looking Back: In first award rendered in an Energy Charter Treaty arbitration, Nykomb v. Latvia tribunal found discrimination when state-owned electricity firm granted higher tariffs to locally-owned producers

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Looking Back: Long confidential decisions in second Saar Papier v. Poland case reveal how a new tribunal reckoned with res judicata effects of awards rendered in first BIT proceeding

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Looking Back: In Libananco v. Turkey annulment, investor failed to overturn unfavorable award declining jurisdiction over $11 billion claim

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Looking Back: In RFCC v. Morocco, tribunal adopts objective test for investment under the ICSID Convention; annulment committee declines to annul award over immaterial contradiction in reasoning

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Looking Back: In MINE v. Guinea, state is held liable under joint venture contract, but award is annulled for failure to address key arguments from the respondent

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Looking Back (1 of 3): In CME and Lauder cases, two different UNCITRAL tribunals upheld jurisdiction over Czech media dispute despite parallel proceedings

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