Initial Hiccups or More? About the Efforts of the EU to Find its Future Role in International Investment Law
Article from: TDM 1 (2014), in Reform of Investor-State Dispute Settlement
In the following article the author outlines how ISDS mechanisms in future EU IIAs could look like. This on the one hand includes questions that will arise as a consequence of the interplay between public international law and EU law. On the other hand, this also concerns the improvements envisaged by the European institutions based on the documents just mentioned. In order to do so, first a short introduction on the status quo ante Lisbon, i.e. the role mostly the EU Member States played in this field of law before the Treaty of Lisbon entered into force (infra II.). Then, the status ...