A new international publication titled “Energy Arbitration and Judicial Dispute Settlement” is about to be published soon by Peter Lang Publishing, under the auspices of the Hellenic Energy Regulation Institute and the Institute for Energy und Regulatory Law Berlin.
The book contains the proceedings of the 4th Athens Conference on European Energy Law, which was held in Athens on September 27, 2019. This prestigious international congress on Energy Arbitration and Judicial Dispute Settlement gathered some of the most leading senior judges, practitioners and academics in the field of Energy Regulation and Arbitration in Europe.
The contributions in this book reflect the remarkable width and depth of the subjects dealt with, spanning from the Representative Actions in the energy sector to the landmark Achmea judgment of the CJEU and its far-reaching impact on Energy Arbitration as well as on the dynamic relationship between the notion of autonomy of EU Law and judicial dispute settlement in the field of energy-related investments. Our hope is that this publication substantially contributes to the scientific discussion about the future design of arbitration in the EU and the prospects of legal protection of international investments in the European energy sector.
The present publication is edited by Prof. Dr. Jochen Mohr (Professor of Civil Law, Competition Law, Energy Law, Regulatory Law and Labour Law at the University of Leipzig and Executive Director of the Institute for Energy and Regulatory Law Berlin) and Prof. Dr. Antonis Metaxas (Asst. Professor of EU Law at the University of Athens and Visiting Professor of EU, Competition and Energy Law at TU Berlin and Chairman of the Hellenic Energy Regulation Institute). Authors include leading academics and practitioners in the fields of EU and Energy Law.