Investment Arbitration Reporter is a news and analysis service focusing on the international law that applies to foreign investment, particularly the international treaties and arbitration claims that arise in this context. The database offers detailed and nuanced coverage, with a particular focus on investigation of unreported cases and comprehensive review. This service is renowned for its investigative focus: offering a window into otherwise confidential proceedings and discussion of legal documents and important policy developments.
Investment Arbitration Reporter also offers comprehensive and up-to-date data on investor-state claims, enabling subscribers to monitor particular cases or arbitrators, and to research developments in a chosen country, treaty-regime, or time-period. The contributors are subject-matter experts with advanced degrees and/or practice-experience in the investment law field, thus distinguishing their reports from mainstream media reporting or PR material. Start your research here.
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