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Equality of the parties in investment arbitration – public international law aspects

Written by Silja Vöneky, University of Freiburg Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of the contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. I. Introduction 1. The question of […]

Equality of the parties in investment arbitration – private international law aspects

Written by Stefan Huber, University of Tübingen Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of the contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. 1. In investor-state arbitration, one has […]

Public international law requirements for the effective enforcement of human rights

Written by Peter Hilpold, University of Innsbruck Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of the contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. 1. The UN Guiding Principles on […]

Private international law requirements for the effective enforcement of human rights

Written by Tanja Domej, University of Zurich Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of the contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. 1. It is essential for the […]

Corporate responsibility in (public) international law

Written by Oliver Dörr, University of Osnabrück Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of the contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. I. Companies – responsibility 1. As […]

Corporate responsibility and private (international) law

Written by Giesela Rühl, University of Jena/Humboldt-University of Berlin Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of all contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. 1. Corporate social responsibility […]

Jurisdiction unbound: extraterritorial measures to ensure corporate responsibility

Written by Nico Krisch, Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies, Geneva Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of all contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. 1. […]

Jurisdiction for claims against transnational companies for human rights violations

Written by Anatol Dutta, University of Munich Note: This blogpost is part of a series on „Corporate social responsibility and international law“ that presents the main findings of the contributions published in August Reinisch, Stephan Hobe, Eva-Maria Kieninger & Anne Peters (eds), Unternehmensverantwortung und Internationales Recht, C.F. Müller, 2020. 1. The question of the reach […]

German Society of International Law: Corporate social responsibility and international law

In April 2019 the German Society of International Law (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationales Recht) held its 36th biannual conference at the University of Vienna. Organised by August Reinisch (University of Vienna) in cooperation with Eva Maria Kieninger (University of Würzburg) and Anne Peters (Max Planck Institute Heidelberg), the conference  discussed the concept of „Corporate social […]

Conflict of Laws and the Internet

Pedro de Miguel Asensio from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid has published a book on Conflict of laws and the Internet. The publisher’s blurb reads as follows: . The ubiquity of the Internet contrasts with the territorial nature of national legal orders. This book offers a comprehensive analysis of jurisdiction, choice of law and enforcement […]