Toward a Complementary Use of Conciliation in Investor-State Disputes - A Preliminary Sketch
Coe, Jr., Jack J.
Article from: TDM 1 (2007), in Mediation & ADR
Motivated by the successes enjoyed by ADR in the private commercial setting and the
pedigree associated with inter-state conciliation, this essay will in a preliminary way
consider how "mixed" conciliation might come to complement arbitration more systematically and
routinely. Reference will be made to the NAFTA Chapter Eleven machinery in particular, though
much of what is traversed below is relevant to investor-state arbitration in general.
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J.J. Coe, Jr.; "Toward a Complementary Use of Conciliation in Investor-State Disputes - A Preliminary Sketch"
TDM 1 (2007), www.transnational-dispute-management.com