- April 8, 2021
Enforcing arbitral awards globally: practical considerations
What happens after a claimant successfully obtains an arbitral award against the respondent? Where a respondent is unwilling to comply with the terms of the award, enforcement becomes necessary. This blog addresses some of the practical considerations that a claimant should consider when that happens.
- October 15, 2020
Jersey-UAE BIT and reflections on investment treaty practice in non-sovereign autonomous regions
A treaty is defined as “a written agreement between two or more countries”. This is not necessarily correct. Non-sovereign autonomous regions like Hong Kong can enter into bilateral investment treaties (BITs) too. Pre-1997, Hong Kong did so with the authorisation of UK, the then-colonial power. Presently, in line with Hong Kong’s constitutional arrangements, the central … Continue reading Jersey-UAE BIT and reflections on investment treaty practice in non-sovereign autonomous regions →