- Revisions to the ICSID Rules—a view from Washington
- Original news
- What is the background to the proposals?
- In summary, what has been the overall approach of ICSID to its proposed amendments?
- What are the key proposed amendments, and what are your views on the proposals?
- Provisions to address third-party funding
- Provisions to encourage more active case management by ICSID tribunals
- Provisions to enhance the transparency of ICSID proceedings
- Provisions governing the participation of non-disputing parties
- New rules for consolidation or coordination of related claims
- A new chapter for optional expedited proceedings
- Simplifying and streamlining proceedings
- Reducing the environmental footprint
- What areas remain untouched that perhaps could have been amended?
- What happens next?
Arbitration analysis: In the second of two analyses by leading investor-state practitioners, Liz Snodgrass, counsel in the Washington DC office of Three Crowns LLP, discusses the proposed new arbitration rules published for consultation by the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes.
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