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Reflections on Jaloud v. the Netherlands

Jurisdictional Consequences and Resonance in Dutch Society

Friederycke Haijer and Cedric Ryngaert

Organization for Scientific Research under the vidi Scheme. 1 Introduction On 20 November 2014, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) in Jaloud v. the Netherlands 1 held that the Netherlands had failed to adequately investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of an

Neil B. Nucup

obviously not binding precedents as between them, these decisions are treated as persuasive authority. For example, the ICJ cites decisions of the ICTY in Bosnian Genocide in much the same way that the Inter-American Court of Human Rights draws on decisions of the European Court of Human Rights and

Daniel Moeckli and Raffael N. Fasel

, para. 101; Al-Dulimi and Montana Management Inc. v. Switzerland , 21 June 2016, European Court of Human Rights (Grand Chamber), App. No 5809/08, para. 139. 89 See e.g. de Wet and Nollkaemper, supra note 75, pp. 173–175. 90 Akande, supra note 70, pp. 323–324. 91 See e

Catherine M Brölmann, Richard Collins, Sufyan Droubi and Ramses A Wessel

the uk towards the European Court of Human Rights). 62 A Hunt and B Wheeler, ‘Brexit: All You Need to Know about the uk Leaving the eu ’, bbc News (online), 12 December 2016 < >. 63 Ibid (on the confusion in respect to the European Court of

How to Resolve Disputes Arising from Brexit

Comparing International Models

Jed Odermatt

upon the domestic courts of the party. This may not be enough to satisfy the autonomy concerns. In Opinion 2/13 , the cjeu faced a similar provision with regard to the prior involvement procedure. The European Court of Human Rights (‘ECtHR’) would have been given the power to determine, for purely