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MR. WILLIAM NAGEL (UNITED KINGDOM) v. THE CZECH REPUBLIC DECISION BY THE SVEA COURT OF APPEAL (SWEDEN) RENDERED ON 26 AUGUST 2005 - Stockholm International Arbitration Review (SIAR) 2006 No. 2
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MR. WILLIAM NAGEL (UNITED KINGDOM) v. THE CZECH REPUBLIC DECISION BY THE SVEA COURT OF APPEAL (SWEDEN) RENDERED ON 26 AUGUST 2005
(1) Did the Arbitral Tribunal rule on all of the issues that were submitted to it?
(2) Was the decision taken by the Arbitral Tribunal a jurisdictional decision, or a decision on the substance of the parties’ dispute?
(3) The Arbitral Tribunal had effectively dealt with all of the points submitted to it.
(4) The Arbitral Tribunal had made a substantive assessment and a final ruling on the substance of the matter.
Plaintiff: Mr William Nagel
Respondent: The Czech Republic
Plaintiff: Mr Paolo Fohlin and Mr Jonas Rosengren, Members of the Swedish Bar
Respondent: Mr Dag Wersén, Member of the Swedish Bar
Court: The Svea Court of Appeal, Sweden