protect investors post-termination of BITs. It is, of course, only the ISDS (investor-state dispute settlement) mechanisms of intraEU BITs that are potentially affected by the CJEU’s decision. The substantive protections…

…of intraEU BITs, the EC has already experienced some success. Ireland and Italy ended all of their intraEU BITs in 2012 and 2013, respectively. When other Member States were hesitant…

…decade long relentless campaign to extinguish intraEU BITs would be successfully concluded. The aim is apparently to terminate all intraEU BITs by way of a multilateral treaty among the EU

…Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia and Sweden in respect to their IntraEU BITs. As highlighted by the European Commission, IntraEU BITs affect the single market by conferring rights to some EU investors…