Dispute Document Basic Filters
This article will explain how to use the basic filters in the Disputes and Dispute Documents Library, and ensure you understand what each filter means.
Once you land in the Dispute Documents Library, you will be presented with a list of all disputes and dispute documents in an expandable tree format. You will be able to filter this list by using the basic filters, available at the top of the screen.
Language: This filter will allow you to select to view documents in a specific language. You will be able to select as many language filters as you would like.
Date Range: This filter will show you documents that correspond with the given date range. For disputes, this means the “Date of Registration” and for dispute documents, this is simply the date of that document.
Document Type: This filter will allow you to view only disputes that contain dispute documents of the selected type(s), or if viewing only dispute documents, only those that match the selected type.
Respondent State: This filter will show you disputes and dispute documents where the selected country is involved.
Applicable Treaty: This filter will show you disputes and dispute documents where the selected treaty has been applied.
Applicable Arbitration Rules: This filter will show you disputes and dispute documents where the selected arbitration rules have been applied.
Learn how to further refine the library by using Advanced Filters “Dispute Document advanced filters” (article coming soon).
Once you are satisfied with your filter selection, press “Submit Search” below the filter options to apply them. The list will change to show dispute documents or disputes that match your filter criteria.
Pressing the “x” button beside the chips representing the applied filters will clear them from the listing page, and bring you back to your list as it was.
Use this guide to get more familiar with the detail view of a dispute document, and how you can use it to explore comprehensive dispute and proceeding details, relationships to jurisprudence and legal instruments and other analysis to inform your legal research.
Use this guide to familiarize yourself with the Treaties and Rules Library to see how you can be connected to all the investment treaties and arbitration rules to help you perform your research.