Article from: TDM 5 (2018), in Conferences
The system of ISDS has come under fire as
one that is biased and in need of change. This paper addresses the impact that
party-appointed experts make to that argument when they act as advocates, and
suggests some ways the parties, counsel and a proactive arbitral tribunal can
minimize the problem of expert advocacy.
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