In this Note, the question of the IOC's amenability to suit in a United States court will be examined. The inquiry will require a determination of whether the IOC has the legal capacity to be sued under international law, and whether that organization is immune from suit under United States law. Finally, it must be determined whether the issues in Martin present a political question and whether policy considerations make it advisable for the court to refrain from hearing the case.
James G. Goettel,
Is the International Olympic Committee Amenable to Suit in a United States Court?,
7 Fordham Int'l L.J. 61
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