Fair and Equitable Treatment - A Comparative International Law Approach
Article from: TDM 3 (2006), in International Investment Law at a Crossroads (Special)
I propose to address the topic of "fair and equitable treatment" in investment-related
arbitration from a comparative international law approach, and to do so by focusing on four
areas: first, differing past approaches and practices respecting "F&ET";
second, differing endorsement, application and implementation in current law and practice;
third, resulting issues and problems in recent law and practice; and fourth,
conclusions for future practice and rulings.
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R.H. Kreindler; "Fair and Equitable Treatment - A Comparative International Law Approach"
TDM 3 (2006), www.transnational-dispute-management.com