Twenty-twomember states endorsed a political declaration on January 15, 2019, where they announced a series of actions involving existing intra-EU BITs and upcoming or ongoing investment arbitration.
GREENTECH ENERGY SYSTEMS A/S & ORS. V. THE ITALIAN REPUBLIC,ARBITRATION V (2015/095)
MARFIN INVESTMENT GROUP HOLDINGS S.A., ALEXANDROS BAKATSELOS AND OTHERS V. REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS,CASE NO. ARB/13/27
TOMASZ CZĘŚCIK AND ROBERT ALEKSANDROWICZ V. CYPRUS,CASE NO. V 2014/169
FORESIGHT LUXEMBOURG SOLAR 1 S.À.R.L., FORESIGHT LUXEMBOURG SOLAR 2 S.À.R.L., GREENTECH ENERGY SYSTEMS A/S, GWM RENEWABLE ENERGY I S.P.A. AND GWM RENEWABLE ENERGY II S.P.A. V. THE KINGDOM OF SPAIN,ARBITRATION V (2015/150)
UP AND C.D. HOLDING INTERNATIONALE V. HUNGARY,CASE NO. ARB/13/35
ICSID tribunal accepts jurisdiction over investor’s claim under United Kingdom–Czechia BIT but rules in favour of Czechia
A11Y LTD V. CZECH REPUBLIC,CASE NO. UNCT/15/1
European Commission communication on protection of intra-EU investment rejects ECT as a basis for intra-EU ISDS
On July 19, 2018, the European Commission () published a communication to the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union ( ) titled Protection of Intra-EU Investment.
MASDAR SOLAR & WIND COOPERATIEF U.A. V. THE KINGDOM OF SPAIN,CASE NO. ARB/14/1
Luxembourg fund awarded EUR 53.3 million for FET breach arising out of Spain’s curtailment of renewable energy incentive schemes
NOVENERGIA II – ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT (SCA) (GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG), SICAR V. THE KINGDOM OF SPAIN,CASE NO. 063/2015
Current and future investment treaties and chapters involvingmember states or the Union itself may be profoundly impacted by a landmark ruling of the European Court of Justice ( ). In this piece, the author explores the judgement from an EU constitutional point of view and analyzes potential consequences. Did the Achmea ruling come as a surprise to EU law insiders?
On July 31, 2017 the European Commission launched a consultation on the prevention and amicable resolution of disputes between investors and public authorities within the European Union.
Eiser Infrastructure Limited and Energía Solar Luxembourg S.à r.l. v. Kingdom of Spain,Case No. ARB/13/36
WNC v. Czechia: tribunal dismisses expropriation claim and determines that it has no jurisdiction over all other claims
WNC Factoring Limited v. The Czech Republic,Case No. 2014-34
On June 18, 2015, the European Commission initiated infringement proceedings against Austria, the Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia and Sweden, formally requesting them to terminate their bilateral investment treaties (BITs) with otherMember States.
European Court of Justice rules that certain Swedish and Austrian BITs are incompatible with the EC Treaty
The European Court of Justice () has ruled that certain clauses in Sweden and Austria’s bilateral investment treaties are incompatible with the European Community ( ) Treaty.