The Proliferation of Courts and Tribunals: Navigating Multiple Proceedings – 5th EFILA Annual Lecture 2019 release_r5wxalbsj5bmbdwe24lv5v3ynu

by Laurence Boisson de Chazournes

Published in European Investment Law and Arbitration Review by Brill.

2020   p447-468


Recognising that the settlement of international disputes has always been and continues to be characterised by its plurality, this lecture explores the different ways to achieve a coordinated dispute resolution process, with particular reference to investment disputes. Some of these means come into play at the time of the referral to the courts, thus preventing a situation of multiple proceedings from occurring. Others operate downstream of the referral, in order to coordinate the multiple proceedings arising from the same dispute. The lecture then concludes with an examination of the legal foundations underlying the use of these means.
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