1: Introduction 2: History and Limitations of the Traditional System for Resolving Investment Disputes 3: The Modern System of Investor-State Arbitration 4: Commonly Used Procedural Rules 5: National Court Interference: Anti-Arbitration Injunctions 6: The Course of an Investment Arbitration 7: Special Procedures: Applications and Motions 8: Governing Law in Investment Disputes 9: Consent to Arbitral Jurisdiction 10: Nationality of Investors 11: Investors 12: Jurisdiction Ratione Temporis 13: Exhaustion of Local Remedies 14: Election of Forum: Treaty Arbitration, National Courts or Contract Arbitration 15: Umbrella Clauses 16: State Responsibility, Attribution, and Circumstances Precluding Wrongfulness 17: Discrimination: National Treatment, Most-Favored Nation Treatment, and Discriminatory Impairment 18: Expropriation 19: Fair and Equitable Treatment, Full Protection and Security and War Clauses 20: Transfers 21: Compensation, Damages, and Restitution 22: Annulment, Set Aside, and Refusal to Enforce 23: Enforcement and Execution of Investment Treaty Awards
Borzu Sabahi is an Adjunct Professor at the Georgetown University Law Center and counsel to Fulbright & Jaworski LLP. He specializes in investment and commercial arbitration. Noah Rubins is a partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. He is a member of the international arbitration and public international law groups, and the head of Freshfields' Russia/CIS Dispute Resolution subgroup. Don Wallace, Jr. is Professor Emeritus and Adjunct Professor and Chairman of the International Law Institute at the Georgetown University Law Center. He is of counsel in Winston & Strawn LLP's litigation group.