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The world's largest commercial collection of arbitral awards from various leading arbitral institutions, including the ICC.

  • Provide illustrative insight into procedural and substantive matters
  • Hard to come by
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Patricia Shaughnessy, Associate Professor at Stockholm University, along with Master of Laws (LLM) students from around the world, discuss their use of the Kluwer Arbitration online service, and how it benefits both their International work and study

Investment Arbitration

Arbitration in investment disputes between foreign investors and the host state, which finds place within the framework of a either a bilateral investment treaty (BIT) between the host state and the investor's state or a multilateral treaty, such as the NAFTA or the Energy Charter Treaty

  • Our global collection of Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITS) allow users to see the terms and conditions for private investment by nationals and companies of one state with another
  • Our expert contributors have selected the most important investor-State decisions for your use, highlighting new or stimulating substantive or procedural issues
  • Our time-saving topic filter allows researchers to easily find these and all other investment arbitration related materials, at the click of a button.
  • We have an excellent collection of publications by thought leaders on various aspects of investment arbitration

Building International Investment Law: The First 50 Years of ICSID
Kinnear, Fischer, et al. (ed)
Anniversary collection of landmark decisions under the auspices of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), the premier international investment arbitration facility in the world
Foreign Investment Disputes: Cases, Materials and Commentary (Second Edition)
Bishop, Crawford & Reisman (ed)
An indispensable resource providing an up-to-date compilation of and commentary on foreign investment cases and materials

Third-Party Funding

An arrangement whereby a third-party funding company provides non-recourse finance for some or all of the legal fees and expenses incurred when pursuing a commercial arbitration, in exchange for being paid a fee if the case succeeds

Subscribers enjoy optimized online access to three bar-raising treatises that:

  • Expertly reveal the nuances of third-party funding in international arbitration
  • Examine the phenomenon in key jurisdictions around the world
  • Analyse some of the legal issues raised by such funding and the reactions it may generate amongst international arbitration practitioners

International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA)

Through their court reporting on key arbitration conventions, country overviews and academic treatises, ICCA seeks to promote the use of international dispute resolution worldwide and contribute to critical debate in our field

As a subscriber to Kluwer Arbitration you have exclusive access to ICCA’s influential publications including:

  • The annual ICCA Yearbook Commercial Arbitration (1976 to date)
  • The ICCA International Handbook on Commercial Arbitration (updated several times a year)
  • The biennial ICCA Congress Series (1982 to date)

  • The ICCA Reports Series
  • ICCA’s Guide to the Interpretation of the 1958 New York Convention

Thought Leadership

“Parties use international arbitration because it’s expert, efficient and enforceable” Gary Born
Partner, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP

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Nigel BlackabyPartner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
Meg KinnearSecretary General, ICSID
Annette MagnussonSecretary General, SCC

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