CETA's investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) provisions, when they come into force, will represent a significant change in the approach the international community is taking to ISDS, with important consequences both to the scope of protections available to investors as well as to how investors can enforce such protections. When investing abroad, particularly where the investment involves negotiations or other arrangements with government bodies or agencies, it is crucial to understand the scope of protections available and how they may be applied or limited at the implementation stage, as well as how you can enforce such protections by bringing ISDS claims.
Now is an opportune time to understand CETA's ISDS provisions before they come into force. Please join members of our Arbitration group for a webinar to discuss your rights and remedies available under international investment agreements such as CETA and how to incorporate this understanding into your international business strategy, whether in Europe or beyond.
Webinar Presentation: 12 – 1 p.m. EDT
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