Readership: Legal practitioners specialising in arbitration. Academics and academic libraries and postgraduate students with an interest in arbitration and international dispute resolution.
Richard Happ, Rechtsanwalt, Luther, Hamburg, and Noah Rubins, Counsel, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
"Given the increasing number of awards, and the typical length of awards of 80-250 pages, the task for the practitioner or scholar who seeks to keep abreast of the jurisprudence is daunting. It is this need that the Happ and Rubins volume admirably fulfils, providing in a single location 96 awards over the stated six-year period.
In the writer's view, there are few persons seriously interested in investor-state arbitration, whether experienced lawyers and arbitrators, neophytes or academics, who would not benefit from having this volume available for consultation." - David A Gantz, University of Arizona, USA, International Trade Law and Regulation, Vol 15, Issue 6
"...this book will prove a useful tool for the investment arbitration practitioner or academic who needs to remain informed about the development of the law" - ASA Bulletin
"This book will prove a useful tool for the investment arbitration practitioner or academic who needs to remain informed about the development of the law" - Happ, Arbitration
Part I: ICSID Decisions 2003-2007
Part II: The Development of ICSID Jurisprudence from 2003-2007
A: Historical Development of the Legal Framework of Investment Disputes