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Why You Should Attend:
This half-day program explores the emergent issues in international investment law and investor-State dispute settlement that are dominating the headlines with a view toward understanding their impact. The faculty will offer diverse perspectives and insights from global practitioners, arbitral institutions, and legal academics both to sketch the contours of the current practice landscape and to predict the likely direction of travel for the future in this cutting-edge area of law.
What You Will Learn:
After completing this program, participants will be able to:
• Recognize and anticipate potential investor-State disputes in emergent areas.
• Respond to developing investor-State disputes in emergent areas.
• Provide insight into emergent topics including:
- ESG considerations (e.g., climate change, environmental protection, and human rights);
- Artificial Intelligence;
- Cybersecurity; and
- Geopolitical tensions, including investor-State disputes arising from the war in Ukraine
Who Should Attend:
Attorneys seeking an update on how emergent issues are affecting practice in international investment law and investor-State dispute settlement will benefit from this convenient half-day program. The discussion also will be of interest to a general audience, including students considering entering practice in investor-State dispute settlement as well as practitioners in fields that are touched by international investment law.