On November 18, John Frangos, partner and deputy director of Tilleke & Gibbins’ dispute resolution and litigation group, spoke in an online session for the Practising Law Institute (PLI) titled “Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Strategic Enforcement of Arbitral Awards.”
The session was part of a three-day PLI program on international investment law and settlement of disputes between investors and the state. The program was organized to provide an overview of the relevant law and practice in the area of international investment disputes, and to facilitate consideration of dispute resolution mechanisms such as international arbitration proceedings against states under international investment agreements.
During the session, John was joined by experts from Europe, the Americas, and Africa and the Middle East. Each outlined strategic enforcement of arbitral awards in their respective region, and shared insights on how enforcement of arbitral awards can bring a conclusion to long-running international investment disputes with state actors.
In attendance were attorneys and others investor representatives from around the world who were looking to better understand the process of international arbitration proceedings in investor-state disputes.
For more details on the program, please see the PLI website.