On 27-28 May 2021, Vilnius University Faculty of Law hosted a conference, “Investment Arbitration Reform and the Termination of Intra-EU Bilateral Investment Treaties”, discussing the status of Investor-State Dispute Settlement in Europe with the emphasis on its Eastern region. Dr Inga Martinkutė (Vilnius University) moderated the first panel of speakers focusing on the main narratives and tensions. Prof Solveiga Palevičienė (Mykolas Romeris University) moderated the second panel covering the Eastern European perspectives on investment arbitration and investment law in general. The third panel moderated by Dr Eglė Zemlytė (Vilnius University) focused on the termination of the Intra-EU BITs and the EU external investment treaties. During the final panel, Dr Rimantas Daujotas (Vilnius University) discussed with the speakers the practical impact of the EU investment protection reform on possible future investment disputes.
The video recordings of all four panels are here.
First two panels were in English language.