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Spain Loses First Arbitration Case, Proof of Cosmic Karma


Spain has lost its first arbitration case against foreign investors in its renewable energy market. This is the first of 19 arbitration cases to have been resolved and while no monetary amount has been set for the damages, conservative estimates run into the billions of euros[1]. These disputes arose because, in the 2000’s, Spain decided […]


Georgetown Law in Brussels


Common Sense is proud to be attending the Georgetown University Law Center’s International Trade Program on May 22nd in Brussels. 13:30-14:15 Keynote Address: José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission 14:15-15:45 WTO Dispute Resolution and the Implications of the Appellate Body’s Report on Seals Moderator: Nan Hunter, Georgetown Law Associate Dean for Graduate Programs […]


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John Adams


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