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The Role of Facts in International Dispute Resolution (Volume 304)

(59,448 words)

Author(s): M. Mosk, Richard
M. Mosk, Richard Keywords: Factfinding | International arbitration | Procedure | Evidence | Mots clefs: Faits | Arbitrage international | Procédure | Preuves | ABSTRACT Richard Mosk, Associate Justice at the California Court of Appeal in Los Angeles, started his career by taking part in the Warren Commission that was created to investigate the assassination of President Kennedy. Convinced of the important role that facts play in the resolution of disputes, the author starts by a general explanation of what facts are and…

La théorie des preuves devant les juridictions internationales (Volume 56)

(35,724 words)

Author(s): Witenberg, J.-C.
Witenberg, J.-C. Keywords: Evidence | International law of procedure | Mots clefs: Preuves | Droit international de procédure | ABSTRACT J.-C. Witenberg begins his course with a presentation of the place of evidence in the proceedings. The author then distinguishes what can be proved from what must be proved. The author later asks the question of the subject of evidence: who has to prove? The author focuses on the means of proof. The author presents the written evidence, the testimonial evidence, the affidavit, and…