A reply to the charges of bias, part two
From: Sold Down the Yangtze
after Chief Justice Crampton dismissed my opinion in
his judgment, I took more of an interest in him. I lay out
aspects of his background here, not to suggest that Chief Justice
Crampton was himself biased, but rather to defend myself
against the charge of inappropriate bias.
Gus Van Harten
As an expert in investment deals and international law, GUS VAN HARTEN is uniquely qualified to explain what the Canada-China agreement means for Canada. He is currently a professor at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, working previously as a tenured faculty member in the Department of Law at the London School of Economics in the United Kingdom. He has written over twenty academic studies on investment treaties, and has provided commentary to governments, international organizations, and media such as Bloomberg, the CBC, The Globe and Mail, the Guardian, and the Toronto Star. He lives in Burlington, Ontario.