Following the much debated judgment by the CJEU in Achmea, arbitration clauses in bilateral investment treaties between Member States under which an investor in one of those Member States may bring proceedings against the other Member State are considered incompatible with EU law. However, the judgment in Achmea seemed to leave it open whether an arbitration agreement between a Member State and an investor from another Member State not based on such a clause would be considered acceptable by the CJEU. Yesterday’s ruling by the Court in the Swedish case PL Holdings (Case C-109/20) dealt with one aspect of this question, resulting in further limits to investment arbitration in the EU.
Den 6 december bjuder vi in till IP@Vinge, en förmiddag i immaterialrättens tecken som samlar några av Sveriges främsta experter på IP-området. Tillsammans med inbjudna gäster diskuterar vi ett antal högaktuella IP-frågor under ledning av jur. dr Ulrika Wennersten.