Key Changes To The New NAFTA's Disputes Mechanisms

By Caroline Simson (October 1, 2018, 9:40 PM EDT) -- The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement is set to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement, and it includes a number of significant changes to dispute resolution mechanisms applicable to both investor-state and trade disputes, including the complete elimination of investor-state arbitration between the U.S. and Canada.

Here, Law360 lays out what you need to know about the changes.

U.S.-Canada Investor-State Arbitration Gets Nixed

The 11th-hour deal reached by the Trump and Trudeau administrations on Sunday eliminates the ability of Canadian investors to bring claims against the U.S. and vice versa, a provision that was previously incorporated in NAFTA for all three countries as Chapter...

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