- Eco-tourism and investment treaty arbitration (Allard v Barbados)
- Original news
- What was the background to the decision?
- What were the issues arising?
- What did the tribunal decide in relation to the alleged breaches of the BIT?
- What was the tribunal’s award on costs?
- How might this award affect international investment arbitration generally?
- What are the practical implications of the case?
Arbitration analysis: An international investment arbitration tribunal’s finding in Allard v The Government of Barbados that the government acted in conformity with its investment treaty obligations, including in the exercise of environmental stewardship, is examined by Graham Coop and Christophe Bondy, partners at Volterra Fietta.
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