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Pamela McDonald of Pinsent Masons argues that it is incumbent upon funders to identify climate change projects and the disputes arising from them as a priority investment area. She discusses the arbitral disputes connected to climate change, the rise and cost of climate-change related arbitrations, recoverability of costs and more. 
Clea Bigelow-Nuttall of Pinsent Masons reviews the set of amendments the Administrative Counsel of the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) has approved to its rules for resolving investor-state disputes after a six-year consultation period. She notes that while some updates to the ICSID Rules are wholly welcomed — addressing increased transparency, improving the efficiency of the arbitral process and codifying the use of third party funding — others, such as the new obligation to disclose the name and address of any third party funding, may risk fettering access to justice.
Emilie Jones and Johanna Weißbach of Pinsent Masons summarize the draft report that the European Parliament is currently considering as it grapples with the question of whether to regulate third party litigation funding, noting that the objectives of the report in many respects reflect principles by which major litigation funders in the UK already operate.

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