An article in The National Law Review assesses the varying actions taken by States pursuant of public health goals for Covid-19, and if, as a result of measures taken, a State has upheld its international law obligations to promote or protect foreign investment. While foreign investors may attempt to dispute State decisions and pursue an investor-State dispute settlement, the article addresses some “important considerations that should be factored into any cost-benefit analysis of whether and how foreign investors impacted by government measures related to the pandemic should pursue any available claims.” 

Read the full article on The National Law Review [subscription may be required]. 


Madison Wilson

The American Law Institute


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