Consulting editor(s): Julien Fouret, Eversheds Sutherland

Publication date: Jan 2021

Format: Hardback

Pages: 800

Price: £225.00

ISBN: 9781787423497

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Review from previous edition: A great contribution to the field and a must-have for every investment arbitration lawyer.

- Professor Pierre Tercier, Honorary Chairman, ICC International Court of Arbitration

Review for previous edition: Highly recommended: The combined academic quality of the analysis and the practical approach of the contributions is a hallmark of this book. The chapters also feed into one another seamlessly. Ultimately, this book provides a complete and exhaustive review of the various issues.

- Remy Gerbay and Olivia Kilner of Enyo Law in London, GAR

Review from previous edition: It is doubtful that there exists a more thorough examination of the law on the enforcement of investment treaty awards. This book will be an invaluable guide to parties planning for, seeking or defending against enforcement actions.

- Reza Mohtashami and Alastair Stewart, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Dispute Resolution International

Review for previous edition: A very well thought-through tool with a practical use. Any lawyer faced with enforcement issues of investment treaty awards should consider this book a 'must-have'. One can only wish that this book will be regularly updated.

- Paris Journal of International Arbitration

Review for previous edition: This book provides a substantive analysis of general principles as well as a comparative study across diverse jurisdictions. It fills a void in arbitral literature and will prove extremely useful for both academics and practitioners.

- Anne Marie Whitesell, Professor of Law at Georgetown University

This book provides substantial insights into the complex area of enforcement of investment treaty awards and its implications across a host of jurisdictions around the world. The wealth of substantive contributions and practical tips provided in this Second Edition by Julien Fouret and the leading practitioners who contributed country-specific analyses will arm any practitioner with the tools needed to understand and tackle investment treaty arbitration award enforcement effectively.  This book is a must-have for investment treaty arbitration lawyers who are concerned not only with securing favorable awards, but also with enforcing them successfully. 

- Samaa Haridi, Partner, Hogan Lovells US LLP

The growth in cross-border investments in an increasingly globalised economy means that there are more international disputes between foreign investors and states than ever before. Investment treaty arbitration has become the preferred dispute resolution mechanism for resolving such disputes, however, securing a final arbitral award is often just the beginning of a complicated process.

Spearheaded by leading arbitration practitioner, Julien Fouret, this second edition brings together 70 experts to provide substantive analysis of recurring issues at the award enforcement stage plus practical perspectives on enforcing awards based on investment treaties. It further explores topics ranging from the specifics of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes mechanism to the enforcement of interim relief and the issues of sovereign immunity and state entities, as well as exploring intra-EU BIT disputes and their enforcement consequences.

This edition features additional country-specific chapters and now covers over 30 jurisdictions, including updated coverage of applicable international and domestic legal frameworks and reviews of the most recent practices. Jurisdictions new for this edition include: Algeria, Belgium, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Czech Republic, Greece, Lebanon and Romania.

Whether you are an arbitration lawyer in private practice or a user of investment treaty arbitration, this edition will provide you with holistic, practical and theoretical insight on the most important step of an arbitral process against a state or state entity.