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that isds in eu trade agreements may not be compatible with eu law, because isds affects the powers of both the courts of the Member States and that of the European Court of Justice ( ecj ) in such a way that the autonomy of the eu legal order is adversely affected. This article will proceed

In: Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law
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agreed to carve out the arbitration provision for intra- EU ect disputes, the arbitral tribunal showed that it had a good sense of what was to come in any event. The consequences of all this are that European investors will be stuck with the domestic courts of the Member States and the European Court

In: European Investment Law and Arbitration Review Online
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application to the courts of the Member States of the European Union, particularly but not exclusively those of Poland and Hungary. 3 It is no small matter for an international court to lay down the law on the criteria that other courts and tribunals, including national supreme courts, must comply with in

In: The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals
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which a migration management deal lies before the Court of Justice of the EU ( CJEU ) – if preliminary questions on this matter are referred, or if for example the European Parliament starts an action for annulment – or the domestic courts of the Member States – when assessing a request to refer

In: European Journal of Migration and Law
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attention to the direct effect of bilateral agreements that have frequently been invoked before national courts of the Member States. Marc Maresceau, professeur à l’Université de Gand et à l’Université de Bruxelles, précise qu’il n’entend pas développer, dans ce

Court decisions were occasionally contained in the Leeward Islands gazette. The OECS law reports. Vol. 1 (1991)– . Cave Hill, Barbados, V.W.I./US AID Caribbean Justice Improvement Project, 1991– (a selective collection of reports of cases decided by the Superior Courts of the member states of the

In: Foreign Law Guide

reports of cases decided by the Superior Courts of the member states of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, from 1950– ). The online database of reports for the Supreme Court (reported and unreported decisions of the Court of Appeal and the High Court) is substantially in operation at http

In: Foreign Law Guide

The West Indian reports. Vol. 1– , 1958/59– . London, Butterworths, 1960– . The OECS law reports. Vol. 1 (1991)– . Cave Hill, Barbados, V.W.I./U.S. AID Caribbean Justice Improvement Project, 1991– (a selective collection of reports of cases decided by the Superior Courts of the member states of the

In: Foreign Law Guide

selective collection of reports of cases decided by the Superior Courts of the member states of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, from 1950– ). The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court was established in 1967 by the (U.K.) West Indies Associated States Supreme Court order 223 of 1967. It is now the

In: Foreign Law Guide

collection of reports of cases decided by the Superior Courts of the member states of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, from 1950– ). The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court was established in 1967 by the (U.K.) West Indies Associated States Supreme Court order 223 of 1967. It is now the High Court

In: Foreign Law Guide