Monthly Archives: September 2020

Author: Wendy Shidi Wu* Jurisdiction: Hong Kong Topics: National Legislation Institutional and Administered Arbitration Despite overwhelming international criticism and local objection, Hong Kong’s new national security law came into force on June 30, 2020, which criminalizes separatism, subversion, terrorism, and collusion with foreign or external forces.[1] The articles provide China’s central […]

How Does Hong Kong’s New National Security Law Affect Its ...

Author: Aditya Sengupta* Jurisdiction: International Topics: BITs Standard and Model Arbitration Clauses NAFTA ICSID International and Transnational Law As global bodies mitigate the impact of the novel coronavirus, international financial investors in developing economies face an unprecedented situation led by a heightened risk of expropriations due to geopolitical interruptions. A […]

Enforcing Arbitral Awards on Expropriation Under the Environmental Magnifying Glass