Costs dropping but length of proceedings rising in investor-state arbitration

A recent study by the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) on costs, damages and duration in investor-state arbitration offers empirical insight into the current position of costs incurred by parties in investor-state arbitrations, the typical duration of these proceedings, and the changes in tribunals’ practice in fixing and allocating such costs.

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