Transcript of Haiti Cholera Appeal Hearing
A transcript is now available for the Haiti Cholera Appeal: Georges, et al. v. UN Oral Argument_ActiveUS(153242982)_ActiveUS(1)-Final
In addition, the audio recording is available here.
Of particular note were questions from the judges that addressed (i) whether domestic courts should have the right to determine the adequacy of remedies in tort actions involving the UN, (ii) why states parties have not done more to insist the UN create the mechanism envisioned by Art. 29 of the CPIUN, (iii) how this would be dealt with in the US if it had been the US army that had introduced cholera; and (iv) whether an ICJ advisory opinion is possible.
For my take on this case and the scope of UN immunities in mass torts cases, see The UN As Good Samaritan: Immunity and Responsibility, in the most recent volume of the Chicago Journal of International Law.