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The legal clash between MTS and Turkmenistan – impairment of investor’s rights or defense of State interests?

The legal clash between MTS and Turkmenistan – impairment of investor’s rights or defense of State interests?

In July 2018, Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) started a new investment arbitration at ICSID against Turkmenistan. The long-running legal conflict between these parties clearly shows how investment climate depends on the State’s ability to maintain foreign investor and to guarantee its rights of inviolability of property. Generally, the reckless policy of the State in relation to […]

Brexit & international arbitration

Brexit & international arbitration

Yarik Kryvoi. British Institute of International and Comparative Law. Brexit & international arbitration.

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Hot Topics in Investment Arbitration Disputes Involving CIS States

Hot Topics in Investment Arbitration Disputes Involving CIS States

The last few years have seen several significant developments in the area of investment arbitration disputes involving the CIS states and pertaining to noteworthy and sometimes intriguing jurisdictional and substantive law issues. Jones Day, together with the Russia and CIS Arbitration Network and the CIS Arbitration Forum, is pleased to invite you to our programme, […]