Investment dispute settlement à la carte within a multilateral institution: A path forward for the UNCITRAL process?

Schill, Stephan W.; Vidigal, Geraldo

Divergent models for investment dispute settlement risk producing legal fragmentation. States should consider a Multilateral Institution for Dispute Settlement on Investment (MIDSI) permitting dispute settlement “à la carte”. Within MIDSI, a Multilateral Investment Court could settle investor-state disputes on an opt-in basis and serve other systemic functions.


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Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment
Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment
Columbia FDI Perspectives, 248
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February 24, 2020