1 edition of Fair & equitable treatment found in the catalog.
Fair & equitable treatment
by U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board in Washington, D.C. (1120 Vermont Ave., N.W., Washington 20419)
Written in English
|Other titles||Fair and equitable treatment., Progress report on minority employment in the federal government : a report to the President and the Congress of the United States.|
|Statement||U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board.|
|Contributions||United States. Merit Systems Protection Board.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
'Fair and Equitable Treatment' in International Investment Law by Roland Klager, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.2/5(1). The International Minimum Standard and Fair and Equitable Treatment Martins Paparinskis Oxford Monographs in International Law. Contains a new preface to the paperback, and a discussion of the book from the EJIL Talk! blog; Provides an original perspective on one of the most important and controversial aspects of investment protection law.
Fair and Equitable Treatment: Progress Made and Challenges Remaining. The purpose of this report is to examine changes in the composition of the Federal workforce and Federal employee perceptions of their treatment in the workplace. MSPB has a long history of examining the . This book presents comprehensive information on a range of issues in connection with the Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET) standard, with a particular focus on arbitral awards against host developing countries, thereby contributing to the available literature in this area of international investment : Springer Singapore.
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The norm is also discussed in light of the fragmentation of international law, theories of international justice and rational balancing, and the idea of constitutionalism in international law. In this vein, a shift in the way of addressing fair and equitable treatment is proposed by Format: Hardcover.
Fair and Equitable Treatment: Its Interaction with the Minimum Standard and Its Customary Status by Patrick Dumberry In Globalization's aftermath, a sovereign debt crisis has left thousands of aggrieved bondholders with a multiplicity of claims of relatively small amounts and a debate regarding the appropriate means to address : Mallory Silberman.
The first book-length treatments of the topic are TudorKlägerand Diehlwhich, similar to Vandeveldebroadly review existing treaty practice and case law and seek to develop overarching theories and concepts for fair and equitable treatment. The Fair and Equitable Treatment Standard: In International Investment Law: The Mexican Experience [Cavazos Villanueva, Gabriel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Fair and Equitable Treatment Standard: In International Investment Law: The Mexican ExperienceCited by: Taken together, the S.D. Myers, Mondev, ADF and Loewen cases suggest that the minimum standard of treatment of fair and equitable treatment is infringed by conduct attributable to the State and harmful to the claimant if the conduct is arbitrary, grossly unfair, unjust or idiosyncratic, is discriminatory and exposes the claimant to sectional or Cited by: 5.
The principle of fair and equitable treatment emerges significantly in all bilateral investment treaties (BITs) together with multilateral and regional investment treaties (Schill 2). From this definition, it is apparent that the standard contains some aspects of both municipal law and international law.
In recent years, the concept of fair and equitable treatment has assumed prominence in investment relations between States. While the earliest proposals that made reference to this standard of treatment for investment are contained in various multilateral efforts in the period immediately following World War II, the bulk of the State practice incorporating the standard is to be found in.
1 Fair and equitable treatment (‘FET’) is a standard of international investment law which, with some terminological variants such as ‘just and equitable treatment’ or ‘equitable treatment’, sets a quality requirement separate from domestic law for the interference of host State regulatory and adjudicatory systems with foreign investments (see McLachlan Shore and Weiniger The following remarks endeavour to analyse further the principles of fair and equitable treatment and the way in which arbitral tribunals concretise and balance these principles.
Within this analysis, a general distinction is made between principles addressing rather substantive issues and those mainly related to procedural aspects of a host.
Fairness and Equitable Treatment: Each person matters as an individual. Decisions and actions must consider the dignity and rights of the individual to be considered to be fair. Equitable treatment does not necessarily mean treating everyone the same. Treating people fairly may require different approaches that do not imply a lesser standard of.
Investment treaties oblige the parties to provide a certain level of protection to investments and investors from the other parties to the treaty. For example, most investment treaties oblige the State to pay compensation if it expropriates the investment, as well as to provide ‘fair and equitable treatment’.
"Fair and Equitable Treatment in International Investment Law A breach of fair and equitable treatment is alleged in almost every investor-state dispute. It has therefore become a controversial norm, which touches many questions at the heart of general international law.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fair and equitable treatment. New York: United Nations, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government. FAIR AND EQUITABLE TREATMENT STANDARD IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW September This document, derestricted under the OECD Secretary General’s responsibility, has been developed as an input to the Investment Committee’s work aimed at enhancing understanding of the fair and equitable treatment standard in international investment Size: KB.
Fair and Equitable Treatment: Its Interaction with the Minimum Standard and Its Customary Status Patrick Dumberry Abstract Keywords General Introduction I The Interaction between the ‘Minimum Standard of Treatment’ and the FET The Concept of the MST and Its Customary Status The Historical Foundation of the MST The Challenge to Existing Customary Rules, Including the MST, Led by Author: Patrick Dumberry.
In Ioan Micula and others v Romania (ICSID Case No. ARB/05/20), an ICSID tribunal considered whether Romania was in breach of the Sweden-Romania bilateral investment treaty. The majority of an ICSID tribunal (Laurent Lévy and Stanimir Alexandrov) held that Romania breached the fair and equitable treatment standard in the Sweden-Romania bilateral investment treaty by repealing.
The fair and equitable treatment ('FET') standard is a type of protection found in BITs which has become in the last decades one of the most controversial provisions examined by arbitral tribunals.
This book first examines the interaction between the 'minimum standard of treatment' (MST) and the FET standard and the question why States started. BITs then address issues related to the admission and establishment of foreign investments, including standards of treatment enjoyed by foreign investors (minimum standard of treatment, fair and equitable treatment, full protection and security, national treatment and most-favored nation treatment).
Fair + Equitable is the monthly IAAO member magazine available in print and e-format. It was redesigned in January and offers feature articles on relevant topics, spotlight articles on special topics and local, regional, and international activities, and coverage of IAAO-sponsored events, programs, and activities.
This book moves from the circumstance whereby currently the obligation to provide. fair and equitable treatment (FET) to foreign investments is included in the majority of. international investment agreements and has proved to be the most invoked standard in.
investor-State arbitration. Hence, it is no overstatement to describe this standard as the. This book starts by exploring the classical sources of international law as possible sources for the Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET) standard.
On the basis of an empirical study of Bilateral Investment Treaties and of the existing regional and multilateral investment agreements, it finds that there is no uniformity among the drafting formulations of FET clauses, which means that the Author: Ioana Tudor.After an exhaustive review of all relevant sources, it is argued that the most persuasive reading of fair and equitable treatment is that it always makes a reference to customary law.
The third part of the book builds on the historical analysis and the normative framework, explaining the content of the contemporary standard by careful Author: Martins Paparinskis.Martins Paparinskis is a Junior Research Fellow at Merton College, Oxford.
I am grateful to EJIL:Talk! for hosting the discussion of my book, The International Minimum Standard and Fair and Equitable Treatment.I am privileged to have Sir Frank Berman, Federico Ortino, and Anthea Roberts as discussants of my book.