The CJEU to settle Swiss-EU disputes, a coherent logic

The CJEU to settle Swiss-EU disputes, a coherent logic
The CJEU to settle Swiss-EU disputes, a coherent logic

Matthias Oesch

professor of law, University of Zurich

Published on May 7, 2024 at 10:06. / Modified on May 7, 2024 at 10:06.

and the EU are currently negotiating new institutional rules for bilateral agreements. Regarding dispute resolution, the following model is provided: if the parties disagree on the interpretation of a bilateral agreement and fail to find an amicable solution, each may request the establishment of an arbitral tribunal. To interpret EU law that has been included in a bilateral agreement, the arbitral tribunal must refer the matter to the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU). Then, the arbitral tribunal definitively decides the dispute taking into account the binding interpretation of the CJEU.

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