UNFURLING THE AMICI PARTICIPATIONS IN INVESTMENT ARBITRATION: AN ANTIDOTE NEEDED?

-Alay Raje and Samridhi Shrimali* Seconds Runners Up, 1st RGNUL Arbitration Essay Writing Competition Introduction: “A fool repays a salve by a stab, and a stab by a salve” The escalating concerns surrounding the participation of amicus curiae [“amicus”] in investment arbitrations can be truly sketched by the above quote, meaning that; only a fool … More UNFURLING THE AMICI PARTICIPATIONS IN INVESTMENT ARBITRATION: AN ANTIDOTE NEEDED?

Analysing India’s Deviation from Investor-State Dispute Settlement through the Lens of India-Brazil Bilateral Investment Treaty 2020

– Tushar Chitlangia and Vipasha Verma* Abstract India and Brazil ratified the India-Brazil Investment Treaty this year. With this began a new era of diplomacy in foreign investment. The systematic institution of investment arbitration has been evolving over the years and with it, the Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) mechanism has been the ideal model for … More Analysing India’s Deviation from Investor-State Dispute Settlement through the Lens of India-Brazil Bilateral Investment Treaty 2020

CADR Announces the Launch of ‘CADR Webinar Series’

Dear Readers, Greetings from CADR, RGNUL! We are pleased to announce the launch of the ‘CADR Webinar Series‘, whereby we will be hosting sessions involving discussions on various topics of ADR and consociated issues. We begin with the first discussion on 9 April 2020 on the topic – ‘Scrutinising recent developments in Domestic Arbitration‘. Mr. … More CADR Announces the Launch of ‘CADR Webinar Series’

Structuring Investment Arbitration Agreements in Post-Achmea Europe

Paras Jain* Introduction The decision given by the CJEU in the case of Slowakische Republik (Slovak Republic) v. Achmea BV[1] (hereinafter Achmea ruling) is being called as a loud clap of thunder.[2] The decision will have a lasting effect on the Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) system in Europe. In this blog post, the author … More Structuring Investment Arbitration Agreements in Post-Achmea Europe