Intra-EU BIT Arbitrations declared incompatible with EU Law: Judgment rendered in C-284/16 – Slowakische Republik v Achmea BV

News & Judgments
6 March 2018

Today, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) delivered its much-anticipated Judgment in Case C-284/16 – Slowakische Republik v Achmea BV. It decided not to follow the Advocate General’s Opinion and has declared that intra-EU BIT arbitrations are incompatible with EU law. The consequences of this Judgment may be far-reaching. Click here to download Matthieu Gregoire’s note on the decision and preliminary analysis.



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