International Organizations before National Courts

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Argentine
Araya v. Institute for Latin-American Integration/Inter-American Development Bank, Labour Court, 1974; A. N. Vorkink and M. C. Hakuta, Lawsuits Against International Organizations – Cases in National Courts Involving Staff and Employment (Washington DC, World Bank Legal Department, 1985), 25137note531
Bergaveche v. United Nations Information Centre, Juzgado del Trabajo No. 17, Buenos Aires, 7 February 1956, Annual Report of the Secretary-General, 12UN GAOR, Supp. (No. 1) 124, UN Doc. A/3594; Camara Nacional de Apelaciones del Trabajo de la Capital Federal, 19 March 1958, (1959) 94 Revista Juridica Argentina La Ley 585; (1958–II) 26 ILR 620; A. N. Vorkink and M. C. Hakuta, Lawsuits Against International Organizations – Cases in National Courts Involving Staff and Employment (Washington DC, World Bank Legal Department, 1985), 17; summarized in United Nations Secretariat, The Practice of the United Nations, the Specialized Agencies and the International Atomic Energy Agency Concerning Their Status, Privileges and Immunities, 1967, UN Doc. A/CN.4/L.118 and Add. 1–2, Yearbook of the International Law Commission (1967), vol. II, 224139note539
Dutto v. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Labour Court of Appeals, 31 May 1989, Case No. 87.803, La Ley (1989), D, 532; (1990) 117 Journal de droit international (Clunet) 448; (1992) 89 ILR 90–2136note527, 163note673, 277
Ezcurra de Mann v. Inter-American Development Bank, Labour Court, 15 August 1978, Court of Appeals, 11 June 1979; A. N. Vorkink and M. C. Hakuta, Lawsuits Against International Organizations – Cases in National Courts Involving Staff and Employment (Washington DC, World Bank Legal Department, 1985), 36166

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Table of Cases xvii
  • Table of Legal Instruments lv
  • Abbreviations lxv
  • 1 - Purpose, Subject and Methodology of This Study 1
  • Part I - Descriptive Analysis 33
  • 2 - Avoidance Techniques 35
  • 3 - Strategies of Judicial Involvement 169
  • Part II - Policy Issues 231
  • 4 - Rationales for Judicial Abstention 233
  • 5 - Reasons for Asserting Jurisdiction 252
  • Part III - Future Developments 315
  • 6 - Do National Courts Provide an Appropriate Forum for Disputes Involving International Organizations? 317
  • 7 - Conclusions 391
  • Bibliography 394
  • Index 444
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