court to recognize international litispendence
, meaning a court must not
(6) Under the statute, the ICJ is not bound by Litispendence
, as demonstrated in the U.S.
The first embodies the litispendence
doctrine; the second one bars the alternative of relitigation once a final decision is made; and the third implies preclusion of intervention of other settlement bodies when the party has already opted for a certain procedure for dispute resolution.
. See, e.g., Laurent Levy & Elliot Geisinger, Applying