Procurement Strategy in Construction Projects

Abstract Construction projects contribute a significant percentage to the gross domestic product of most nations. Yet it is an industry mired in uncertainty of ...
Swee Im Tan
October 2015

The Contribution of Construction Cases to the Development of the Common Law

Introduction When I came to the Bar in 1968, construction law was regarded as a rather dull, specialist subject, in some respects hardly ...
The Rt. Hon. Lord Dyson
October 2015

Renewable Energy Legal Survey: Can Turkey Hit the Targets?

Abstract As a candidate to join the European Union, Turkey is still working to comply with the EU requirements. Energy is one of the ...
Jonathan W. Blythe, Nihan Uslu & Ipek Tosun
October 2015

Key Developments in Singapore Ship Arrest Laws: A Practitioner’s Perspective

Abstract This article charts Singapore’s development of its own jurisprudence in the important area of ship arrest laws, and explains why, in various respects, ...
Kendall Tan & Janice Pui
October 2015

Our Third Issue Has Been Published

The Turkish Commercial Law Review is delighted to announce the publication of Issue 3 of Volume 1, featuring an article series on ...
19 November 2016

TCLR Online: Recent Posts

Procedural Requirements in Dispute Settlement Provisions and Application...

In 2000, the Maffezini Tribunal adopted an approach extending the application of the Most-Favoured-Nation (MFN) clause in the relevant bilateral investment treaty (BIT) to procedural rules. Since...

The Nairobi Convention on the Removal of Wrecks, Turkey’s Position and...

Turkey’s geographical situation has given her a prominent position in the history of marine environmental affairs. The list of incidents and resultant wrecks in Turkish waters is extensive. There...

TCLR Print: Latest Issue

Fairness and the Final Word: State Responsibility for Court Action in Investment Arbitration

Hussein Haeri & Ruzin Dağlı | June 2016 | (2016) 2 Tur. Com. L. Rev. 3 | Article

Abstract State responsibility for the actions of national courts in international investment law is often interpreted within the framework of denial of justice. Indeed, denial of justice is widely perceived as the archetypal breach of international
Illegality and Jurisdiction in Investment Arbitration

Thomas Roe Q.C. | June 2016 | (2016) 2 Tur. Com. L. Rev. 17 | Article

Abstract A foreign investor complaining by international arbitration of conduct alleged to be prohibited under an investment treaty may face the allegation that some illegality in connection with the acquisition of the investment operates to deprive