This volume of Investment Treaty Arbitration and International Law contains the papers and proceedings of the 11th annual Juris Conference. It tackles the complex developments raised by investor-State arbitration and its intersection with international investments in the technology sector. Our group of eight authors again take contrary positions and grapple with the dramatic developments of investment arbitration as it relates to technology, intellectual property and investor-State arbitration. Our expert faculty continues the debate following the original contributions from our authors. This volume is of great value to practitioners, industry counsel, and academics alike who are interested in these important cutting-edge issues. The four topics addressed in this book include: IP and "Investment" under BITS; Full Protection and "Cyber" Security?; The Industry Panel: What Role Is There for International Law in the Protection of IP in the Technology Sector; Remedies in IP Investment Arbitration: A Paradigmatic Case for the Return to Restitutio in Integrum?.--Publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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