Title:The Epilogue in the MOX Plant Dispute: An end without findings Author(s):LAVRANOS, NikolaosDate:2009Citation:
- European Energy and Environmental Law Review, 2009, 4, 180-184
Type:ArticleAbstract:This paper analyses the end of the MOX plant dispute, which was recently terminated by the UNCLOS Arbitral Tribunal. It is demonstrated that neither the ECJ nor the UNCLOS Arbitral Tribunal discussed the substance of the ...
Title:Competing Jurisdictions between MERCOSUR and WTO Author(s):LAVRANOS, Nikolaos; VIELLIARD, NicolasDate:2008Citation:
- The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals, 2008, 7, 2, 205-234
Type:ArticleAbstract:The wider issues raised by the Brazilian Tyres case are discussed in this contribution. Regarding the institutional aspects, this case examines the difficulties between regional dispute settlement systems and the global ...
Title:The Solange-Method as a Tool for Regulating Competing Jurisdictions Among International Courts and Tribunals Author(s):LAVRANOS, NikolaosDate:2008Citation:
- Loyola Los Angeles International & Comparative Law Review, 2008, 30, 3, 275-334
Title:Joined cases C-402/05 and 415/05 (Kadi) and (Al Barakaat) Author(s):LAVRANOS, NikolaosDate:2009Citation:
- Legal Issues of Economic Integration, 2009, 36, 157-183
Title:Protecting European law from international law Author(s):LAVRANOS, NikolaosDate:2010Citation:
- European foreign affairs review, 2010, 15, 2, 265-282
Type:ArticleAbstract:This contribution analyses the relationship between international law and Community law in the light of two recent European Court of Justice (ECJ) cases on Article 307 EC, that is, the Kadi and bilateral investment treaties ...
Title:Multilevel Judicial Governance between Global and Regional Economic Integration. Systems: Institutional and Substantive Aspects Editor(s):LAVRANOS, NikolaosDate:2009Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI MWP; 2009/41Abstract:The Brazilian Tyres case that was adjudicated by both MERCOSUR and WTO dispute settlement bodies illustrates the issues raised by multilevel judicial governance. The relationship between regional and global trading systems ...
Title:On the Need to Regulate Competing Jurisdictions between International Courts and Tribunals Author(s):LAVRANOS, NikolaosDate:2009Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI MWP; 2009/14Abstract:Competing jurisdiction is a relatively new but increasingly important phenomenon in international law. The ongoing proliferation of international courts and tribunals results in a multiplication of judgments and arbitral ...