On December 1, 2022, the International Court of Justice issued a judgment in the dispute between Chile and Bolivia over the Status and Use of the Waters of the Silala. The decision addressed issues such as the definition of legal dispute, claims without object, and hypothetical questions. The panel will analyze the ICJ's decision and will discuss how international investment tribunals have addressed the same issues in investor-State arbitration. Also, the panel will analyze other decisions rendered by the ICJ and their relationship with investment arbitration.
- Dawn Yamane Hewett, Partner, Quinn Emanuel
- Peter Tzeng, Associate, Foley Hoag
- Clovis Trevino, Special Counsel, Covington & Burling
- Maria Camila Rincón (moderator), member of the Advisory Board of the Latin America Interest Group (LAIG)
- José Antonio Rivas, Founding Partner, Xtrategy LLP
This session is organized by the ASIL Latin America Interest Group (LAIG).
COVID-19 Protocols: Attendees will need to register in advance and attest to their vaccination status (fully vaccinated with booster, if eligible). Proof of vaccination and ID will be checked at the door. ASIL will follow local health regulations on masking requirements, but given current case numbers, masking is encouraged unless actively eating or drinking. No walk-ins will be permitted. If you are experiencing COVID symptoms, please do not attend in person events.
Date and Location
This event is free and open to all, but advance registration is required.
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