[This guest post is authored by Chaitanya M. Hegde, a 2nd-year student at Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Gandhinagar. His key interest lies in ADR, constitutional law, and business law.] [We would also like to thank our guest editor, Ms Nikita Panse, for reviewing the post and providing her insights. Ms Panse is an Advocate … Continue reading ICSID and UNCITRAL’s Draft Code of Conduct for Adjudicators: A Ray of Hope to Deal with Double Hatting in Investment Arbitration?
Judicial Ambiguity in Enforcement of Investment Awards in India
[This guest post is authored by Aditya Singh Chauhan. Aditya is currently studying law at the National Law University, Jodhpur. Aditya is also the executive editor at the Indian Journal of Arbitration Law (IJAL). He can be reached at email@example.com] Judicial Ambiguity in Enforcement of Investment Awards in India The Convention on the Settlement of … Continue reading Judicial Ambiguity in Enforcement of Investment Awards in India
BITs and the Developing Nation’s Paradox: An Indian Perspective
[This guest post is authored by Abhishar Vidyarthi, a fifth-year law student at Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai. He presently serves as a research assistant at Asian Arbitration and ADR Alliance, Singapore; and takes a keen interest in international commercial and investment arbitration. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org] Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is … Continue reading BITs and the Developing Nation’s Paradox: An Indian Perspective