Can Yeginsu contributes to new edition of textbook on investor state arbitration
The fifth edition of The Investment Treaty Arbitration Review edited by Barton Legum been published. In that book, Can Yeginsu (4 New Square Chambers) and Ceyda Knoebel (Gibson Dunn) examine the definition of “covered investment”, often a critical threshold question of jurisdiction in investor state arbitration. Click here to download their chapter.
Can Yeginsu is regularly instructed to act as counsel in investment arbitrations and teaches a seminar on the subject as Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington D.C. Can is ranked as a leading practitioner in Chambers & Partners (Global), Chambers & Partners (UK), and Legal 500 in the fields of international arbitration, public international law, commercial litigation, civil liberties and human rights, and administrative and public law. He has been shortlisted as Junior Barrister of the Year for International Arbitration by Legal 500 and is recognised as a Future Leader in International Arbitration by Who’s Who Legal.
Can Yeginsu is also a popular and experienced arbitrator, with appointments in arbitral proceedings under the ICC, LCIA, and UNCITRAL Rules.