Interesting Workshop on ISDS on 7 May

On 7 May, there is an interesting workshop offer on “Current Developments in the Reform Debate on Investor State Dispute Settlement” from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Europa-Institut lecture hall.

The half-day workshop will focus on the most recent developments in the ISDS reform debate. Does an institutionalisation have any future at all after CJEU-Opinion 1/17? What are the different approaches of major stakeholders in the ongoing UNCITRAL Working Group III process? These are the focal points some very active scholars in the currently ongoing debate will focus on in the half-day workshop at the Europa-Institut at Saarland University. 

1. The CETA-Opinion 1/17 of the European Court of Justice – Implications for the Future Trade and Investment Policy of the European Union

Introduction:     Prof. Dr. Michael Hahn,World Trade Institute, Bern

Discussants:       Prof. Dr. Catharine Titi,University Paris II, Panthéon-Assas

                             Prof. Dr. Shotaro Hamamoto,Kyoto University

2. The Current Debate on an ISDS Reform – Different Perspectives

Prof. Dr. Marc Bungenberg, Europa-Institut, Saarland University: UNCITRAL Process and the EU Position

Prof. Dr. Andrew Mitchell, University of Melbourne: The Australian Approach to the ISDS Reform

Dr. Greg Lourie, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP: The Russian Approach to the ISDS Reform

Prof. Dr. Shotaro Hamamoto, Kyoto University: The Japanese Approach to the ISDS Reform

Der Workshop ist kostenlos, aber bittet meldet euch über llmeuropainstitut.de für den Workshop an.