Overview

Tetyana Payosova practises international trade law, with a particular emphasis on WTO law.

Prior to joining Van Bael & Bellis, Tetyana advised private companies and governments on various aspects of WTO law in her capacity as research fellow at the University of Bern. Her primary focus was on the nexus between trade and environment, climate change and energy. Tetyana also interned with the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington DC.

Tetyana previously worked as legal adviser at the International Rail Transport Committee (CIT), an international association of railway and shipping companies, where she advised members on matters of international and European transport law and on various aspects of data protection.

In addition, Tetyana has held various teaching and research posts in Brazil, Switzerland, Ukraine and the US.

Languages

Ukrainian, Russian, English, German, Portuguese, French

Education

  • University of Bern, Switzerland, PhD in Law, summa cum laude, 2020
  • Harvard Law School, LL.M., 2018
    2018 Salzburg Lloyd N. Cutler Fellow, Frank E.A. Sander Writing Prize, Dean’s Community Leadership Award
  • University of Bern, Switzerland, Master of Law, European and International Law, magna cum laude, 2009
  • National University Odessa Law Academy, Ukraine, Bachelor of Law, 2006 and Master of Law, summa cum laude, 2007

Publications

Tetyana Payosova has published widely in the area of international law. Recent illustrative examples include:

The Dispute Settlement Crisis in the World Trade Organization: Causes and Cures, PIIE

Policy Brief 18-5, March 2018 (together with G.C. Hufbauer and J.J. Schott).

‘Mitigation (Renewable Energy)’ in K. Nadakavukaren Schefer and T. Cottier (eds.), Elgar Encyclopedia of International Economic Law (Edward Elgar, 2017).

‘Regulatory Takings in the Renewable Energy Sector and FET: Regulatory Coherence for Trade and Investment in Renewable Energy’, in T. Cottier and I. Espa (eds.), International Trade in Sustainable Electricity: Regulatory Challenges in International Economic Law (Cambridge University Press, 2017) (together with S. Matteotti-Berkutova).

‘Promoting Green Electricity through Differentiated Electricity Tax Schemes’, in T. Cottier and I. Espa (eds.), International Trade in Sustainable Electricity: Regulatory Challenges in International Economic Law (Cambridge University Press, 2017) (together with K. Holzer and I. Espa).

‘The Principle of Proportionality in International Law: Foundations and Variations’, 18(4) Journal of World Investment and Trade 628 (2017) (together with T. Cottier, R. Echandi, R. Liechti and C. Sieber-Gasser).

‘The Jurisprudence of the World Trade Organization in 2015’, 26(2) Swiss Review of International and European Law 327 (2016) (together with M. Hahn, R. Liechti and A. Schlaepfer).

‘Selling the Sun Safely and Effectively: Solar Photovoltaic Standards and Implications for trade Policy’ (together with Sunny Rai), in Gary C. Hufbauer, R. Melendez-Ortiz and Richard Samans (eds), The Law and Economics of a Sustainable Energy Trade Agreement (Cambridge University Press, 2016), reprint of the ICTSD Working Paper (2013).

Teaching Positions

Tetyana Payosova has taught at the University of Bern and the PHW Bern Business School, Switzerland and was a visiting assistant professor at the Florida State University College of Law in the United States, where she developed and taught a course on international energy law.

Bar Admission 

New York 

 

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    • 20/09/2021
    • Articles

    Propuesta de la Comisión Europea de un Reglamento por el que se establece un Mecanismo de Ajuste en Frontera por Carbono (“MAFC”)

    El 14 de julio de 2021, como parte del paquete de medidas “Objetivo 55”, la Comisión Europea publicó una propuesta de reglamento por el que se establece un Mecanismo de Ajuste en Frontera por Carbono (“MAFC” o “CBAM”, por sus siglas en inglés). Esta alerta resume los principales elementos de la propuesta de la Comisión.

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    • 20/09/2021
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    The EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism in Seven Questions for MENA Industries

    On 14 July 2021, the European Commission published a proposal for a regulation establishing a carbon border adjustment mechanism (“CBAM”). The proposed regulation is part of the European Union’s (“EU”) initiatives to address climate change, in line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement.

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    • 04/11/2020
    • News

    Philippe De Baere authors WTO chapter for The International Trade Law Review (6th Edition)

    Van Bael & Bellis managing partner and head of the trade practice Philippe De Baere recently authored the WTO chapter in the sixth edition of The International Trade Law Review published by Law Business Research. The chapter examines some of the key developments in WTO case law over the past year and addresses the Multiparty Interim Appeal Arbitration Agreement (MPIA) that was agreed between the European Union and like-minded WTO members as a means of preserving the appeal stage of the WTO dispute settlement in the absence of a functioning WTO Appellate Body. Van Bael & Bellis associates Victor Crochet, Marcus Gustafsson, Tetyana Paysosva and Joanna Redelback assisted in the drafting of the chapter. Please click on the PDF below to access the full chapter.

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