- The end—the longest running case in ICSID history (Victor Pey Casado v Chile)
- Original news
- Why was the decision of interest?
- What were the claimants’ claims in the resubmission proceeding?
- What did the tribunal decide?
- How did the tribunal approach the resubmission proceeding given the long history of the case?
- How did the tribunal deal with costs?
Arbitration analysis: The award rendered on 13 September 2016 in the Victor Pey Casado and President Allende Foundation v Republic of Chile resubmission proceeding continues the longest running case in the history of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). Álvaro Nistal of Volterra Fietta examines the claimants’ case, and explains why their claims were dismissed.
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