Mgr. Martin Nováček

Master's thesis

The Maffezini Doctrine in the Light of the Most-Favoured-Nation

The Maffezini Doctrine in the Light of the Most-Favoured-Nation
Abstract:
According to the Maffezini doctrine a most favoured nation clause can extend to dispute resolution without explicitly stated intent of the contracting parties. It is nearly 17 years since the doctrine firstly emerged. Since then, a substantial case law and legal doctrine raised against the conclusions of the Maffezini doctrine objecting that it is in direct contradiction to the MFN standard as contained …more
Abstract:
According to the Maffezini doctrine a most favoured nation clause can extend to dispute resolution without explicitly stated intent of the contracting parties. It is nearly 17 years since the doctrine firstly emerged. Since then, a substantial case law and legal doctrine raised against the conclusions of the Maffezini doctrine objecting that it is in direct contradiction to the MFN standard as contained …more
 
 
Language used: English
Date on which the thesis was submitted / produced: 31. 10. 2016

Thesis defence

  • Date of defence: 19. 1. 2017
  • Supervisor: JUDr. Jiří Valdhans, Ph.D.
  • Reader: Mgr. Zdeněk Nový, Ph.D.

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