Nagel v. Czech Republic William Nagel v. The Czech Republic (SCC Case No. 049/2002)
United Kingdom
Rights under a cooperation agreement entered into with a State-owned enterprise.
Claims arising out of the respondent's failure to grant a public tender for mobile phone contracts to the investor, despite the signature of a cooperation agreement with a State telecommunications company wholly owned by the respondent under which the parties would seek to obtain, through a consortium, the necessary licenses and permits to establish, own and operate a GSM mobile telephone network in the Czech Republic.
Tertiary: J - Information and communication
61 - Telecommunications
SCC (Stockholm Chamber of Commerce)
SCC (Stockholm Chamber of Commerce)
Danelius, H.
Hunter, M. J.
Kronke, H.
Decided in favour of State
Data not available
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Indirect expropriation

Fair and equitable treatment/Minimum standard of treatment, including denial of justice claims

Full protection and security, or similar

Most-favoured nation treatment

None - jurisdiction declined
Judicial review by national courts
Judicial review by national courts
Award/decision upheld