New Model of Investor-State Dispute Settlement under the EU Approach
In 2014, the European Commission concluded its negotiations with the Government of Canada with respect to the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, which contains a separate Investment Chapter and is known as a first treaty to implement a new approach by the EU to resolving investor-state disputes, referred to as the Investment Court System1. The ICS implies a set of procedural and substantive rules that provide for establishment of a permanent dispute settlement institution consisting of the Tribunal of First Instance and the Appeal Tribunal.
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