July 2021 – Yasmine Lahlou and Rainbow Willard, a former Chaffetz Lindsey colleague who recently joined the Department of Justice as a Trial Attorney, have published a chapter on “The Rise of Environmental Counterclaims in Mining Arbitration” in Global Arbitration Review’s (GAR) The Guide to Mining Arbitrations – Second Edition. Their contribution addresses the potential for state-asserted environmental counterclaims in mining arbitrations under an investment treaty. In their chapter, Yasmine and Rainbow analyze:
Click here to read Yasmine and Rainbow’s chapter.
GAR is the leading resource on international arbitration news and community intelligence. The Guide to Mining Arbitrations – Second Edition offers practical know-how in three parts: the risks and issues mining companies confront; the substantive principles at work; and the regional variations that must be taken into account – written by some of the leading names in mining arbitration. The book follows The Guide to Mining Arbitrations – First Edition, which Yasmine and Rainbow also contributed to in 2019.
The entire publication is available here.
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