Arbitration Costs Bulletin Issue 1, January 2008
Article from: TDM 1 (2009), in Time and Cost Issues in International Arbitration
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Adverse costs & International Arbitration Nina Hall LLB (Hons) Director, Global Arbitration Litigation Services The classic theory of international litigation, founded in the practice of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and other non-municipal tribunals, is that it is not appropriate to regard the parties as standing in some sort of plaintiff/defendant, or applicant/respondent relationship. That is not to say that international tribunals such as the ICJ have not recognised that in particular cases the application of procedure which reflects the ...