Achieving a Faster ICSID
Article from: TDM 1 (2014), in Reform of Investor-State Dispute Settlement
This article examines the length of ICSID arbitrations as they are currently practiced and analyzes why they take as long as they do. It reviews each stage of an ICSID proceeding and offers a variety of suggestions for how to speed them up, focusing on amendments to the ICSID rules and institutional practices. If you don't appreciate the irony of a very long article that decries very long cases, the author provides a summary of his recommendations.