Investment arbitration in the tech sector

As tech companies expand globally, the risk of disputes with governments has increased. Various governments have implemented policies that can create obstacles for operations and ultimately the bottom line.

International arbitration against states under investment treaties has often been perceived as a method of dispute resolution used primarily by the extractive industries. This is no longer the case.

Join us on 24 June to examine this dynamic trend and how tech companies may navigate this landscape.

Topics:

  • Discuss how to leverage investment arbitration as a tool in your dealings with foreign governments and provide protection against state interference with investments.
  • Explore how investment arbitration can change the course of a government's legislative process and how it can bring governments to the negotiating table.
  • Uncover the process of obtaining investment protection when it is not currently available, focusing how to restructure investments with applicable investment treaties and the standards of protection in mind.

We look forward to welcoming you when our featured speakers discuss how tech companies can avail themselves of the protections in investment treaties.

Attendance is complimentary for key clients of Hogan Lovells. Contact jessica.bott@hoganlovells.com if you are interested in participating.


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