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Treaty claims v. contract claims: tools to prevent concurrent proceedings in investment arbitration

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This Monday, the Faculty of Law of the University of Macau together with the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law – Regional Centre for Asia and the Pacific (UNCITRAL-RCAP) will host the  ‘2015 UNCITRAL Emergence Conference on Harmonising Trade Law to Enable Private Sector Regional Development’. Various experts and scholars from around the world, including Australia, the United States, Sweden, Japan, India, Singapore, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macao will be addressing issues in five different sessions on a wide range of topics on contemporary legal developments in International trade and commercial law. I will be presenting a paper entitled ‘Treaty Claims v. Contract Claims: Tools to Prevent Concurrent Proceedings in Investment Arbitration’. For further information please visit the conference webpage.

 

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