It examines the problems inherent in the provisions of Article 59 of the Statute on the matter of enforcing decisions. Advisory opinions, meanwhile, are not determinative: they express the view of the Court as to the relevant international legal principles and rules, but do not oblige any State, not even the body that asked for the opinion, to take or refrain from any action. However the distinction, while clear in theory, is less so in practice.
This article examines influence of general principles of law and constitutions in the formulation of human rights standards and in their interpretation and application by international courts, particularly the Universal Declaration of Human Rights UDHR. This article also highlights the fact that majority of human rights instruments and provisions subsequently adopted at the national and international levels have built upon the guarantees elaborated by the UDHR.
In its standard formula for the definition of the right to a fair trial, the European Convention on Human Rights ECHR mentions two aspects: the principle of equality of arms and the right to adversarial proceedings. The European Court of Human Rights concluded that the Contracting States have greater latitude when dealing with cases concerning civil rights and obligations than they have when dealing with criminal cases. An examination of the case-law reveals that the notion of fair trial is interpreted as also including other elements, in particular the right to a reasoned decision.
This chapter discusses the scope of the right to a fair trial, the right to adversarial proceedings, the principle of equality of arms, the duty to disclose evidence, the importance of the presence of the prosecution at the hearing, the right to a reasoned judgment, and other aspects of fairness.
In the Rome Statute, the principle one of the three components of the admissibility determination, the other two being complementarity and gravity. Article 20 addresses three types of situations: i where a person has been tried and either convicted or acquitted by the Court and who is subsequently put on trial again before the Court; ii where a person has been tried and either convicted or acquitted by the Court and who is subsequently put on trial again before another court; and iii where a person has been tried and either convicted or acquitted by another court and who is subsequently put on trial before the International Criminal Court.
This chapter examines the most common situations where parallel proceedings can occur in investment arbitration. It considers whether the principles of res judicata and lis pendens apply in investment arbitration and could prevent conflicting awards.
Chapter 4 deals with a complex set of problems that have arisen in determining the relationship between parallel claims in investment arbitration and other forms of dispute resolution, including proceedings in host State courts. Sign on Europe. Ladd, P. Understanding Deaf culture: In search of Deafhood. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
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Anthony is admitted to practise law in Canada Ontario and the U. New York. Anthony went in-house to another investment manager in Anthony then joined Sprucegrove Investment Management Ltd. Established in , Sprucegrove Investment Management Ltd. Registered as a portfolio manager and investment fund manager with Canadian regulators and as an investment adviser with the SEC, Sprucegrove provides investment management services on a fully discretionary basis to institutional investors in Canada and the United States.
Earlier this year, Sprucegrove established two UCITS with a view to serving institutional investors in additional jurisdictions.