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English Law and International Arbitration for China's Belt and Road

19 June 2019


Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) projects involve complex contractual arrangements with numerous parties including investors, financiers, consultants and advisers, construction contractors and government or state-owned enterprises. Many projects are both politically...

Treaty protection for Indian investments abroad: The Changed Landscape

29 May 2019


India's investment treaties lower the political and sovereign risk of Indian cross-border investments by providing investors with enforceable international legal protections. Given India's recent policy of terminating its investment treaties, Indian investors...

UK nationalisation: The law and the cost - 2019 update

20 May 2019


Nationalisation is on the agenda in the UK. The Labour Party says that, if it wins the next general election, it will nationalise the railways, water and energy companies, the National Grid, the Royal Mail and possibly private finance initiative (PFI) companies...

Infrastructure: 21st Century Challenges - A legal perspective

29 October 2018


Global geopolitical shifts, climate change, financial stress, and rapid technological developments are having a huge impact on the infrastructure sector. In this publication we provide a legal perspective on some of the most pressing issues for the industry, with...

BITs - Still Value for Money - August 2018

30 August 2018


The judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the case of Slovak Republic v Achmea BV cast doubt over the utility of intra-EU BITs as a means of protecting European investors' rights when investing in other EU Member States. The utility of BITs...

Castle v Bombay Palace

18 July 2018


In 2015, we published a case note entitled 'An Expert Horror Story': Van Oord UK Limited and SICIM Roadbridge Limited v Allseas UK Limited [2015] EWHC 3074 (TCC). In that case, Mr Justice Coulson expressed grave concerns about the quality of expert evidence...