- ICSID arbitral tribunal dismisses creeping indirect expropriation claim (A11Y v Czech Republic)
- What are the practical implications of the award?
- What was the background to the claim?
- What issues were before the tribunal?
- What did the tribunal decide?
Arbitration analysis: Clifford J Hendel, founding partner of Hendel IDR, examines an International Centre for Settlement of International Disputes (ICSID) arbitration tribunal decision that had jurisdiction to hear the claimant, UK investor’s claim that the respondent (the Czech Republic) had subjected its investment to measures which amounted to creeping indirect expropriation, but that the claimant’s case on the merits failed in its entirety.
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