Can Third-Party Funding Find the Right Place in Investment Arbitration Rules?

Kirstin Dodge, Jonathan Barnett, Lucas Macedo, Patryk Kulig and Maria Victoria Gomez of Nivalion AG question whether third-party funding can find the right place in investment arbitration rules. They look at recent recent regulatory developments in TPF in investor-State dispute settlement, including publication of the VIAC Rules of Investment Arbitration and Mediation to determine the impact of these provisions on TPF. Read more.

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