- Investment arbitration will continue evolving, Blackaby says
- Criticism of the current system of investor state dispute settlement
- Reducing exposure to investment arbitration claims
- Future trends in investor-state arbitration
- Political debate surrounding investor state dispute settlement
- What next for ISDS?
Arbitration analysis: Law360, New York: Even as mounting criticism of investor-state arbitration is expected to spur increasingly evolved treaty provisions, it's unlikely that nations will look to radically change investment arbitration or to remove it entirely from future trade deals, says Nigel Blackaby, global head of the international arbitration group at Freshfields.
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