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Crossing Borders

Paris and Pacific Trumped

With environmental disputes gaining more prominence in the international political arena, how do we effectively enforce breaches of environmental laws?

01 November 2017
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Recent developments in renewable energy disputes

Changes in government policy to reduce state support of the renewable energy sector have led to a significant volume of investment arbitrations being initiated against states.

01 November 2017
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Risks and opportunities for foreign investors in China’s new clean energy projects

Investment opportunities in connection with China's clean energy projects, and the associated environmental compliance and arbitration risks.

01 November 2017
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Interim measures in energy and resource investor state disputes

Interim measures provide a useful tool for foreign investors seeking to protect their ongoing interests in pending disputes with sovereign states.

01 November 2017
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The elevator pitch for third party funding

Top 10 questions and answers about the third party funding of arbitration proceedings seated in Hong Kong.

01 November 2017
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Role of economic experts in energy disputes

Countries worldwide are increasingly looking to renewables projects (solar, wind, geothermal, hydropower and tidal) in order to address climate change issues and energy needs.

01 November 2017
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Case Report: Recent developments in international arbitration in Australia

Australia is shaping up as a proximate, reliable and neutral seat for international arbitration stemming from China’s Belt and Road.

24 May 2017
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Managing risk along the Belt and Road of opportunity

With such an ambitious framework that is projected to see significant numbers of infrastructure and other projects set up under its auspices comes unchartered risks

24 May 2017
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Show me the money: Impact of the Australian insolvency regime on the enforcement of obligations and awards

A US$12.35 million award has unwittingly become caught between the United States and Australian insolvency regimes.

04 October 2016
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Enforcing arbitration awards: the how, the why and latest developments

The ability to enforce an arbitration award is key - we explore your options and key pitfalls.

15 September 2016
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Enforcing against foreign State parties: Some lessons from abroad

Parties doing business with foreign States should think carefully about the doctrine of state immunity.

15 September 2016
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Treaty shopping in investor-state arbitration: butts out for Phillip Morris’ claim against Australia

An update on this much-reported on case and the impact it could have on prospective treaty shoppers.

13 May 2016
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Download Crossing Borders: International Arbitration Insights - Where will we be in 2028?

Crossing Borders is a periodic review of developments in international arbitration across the world. Included in this special 10th edition, we explore what arbitrations will be like going into 2028 - where, how and by whom disputes will be decided.

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