2. Arbitrators must have a level of expertise in international commercial law. Arbitrators In September 2017, Belgium asked the European Court of Justice for an opinion on the compatibility of CETA`s dispute resolution system with EU law. The agreement could only enter into force after the ECJ had issued its opinion, nor when the European Court of Justice found that CETA was incompatible with EU law.  On 30 April 2019, the European Court of Justice concluded that the CETA dispute settlement system was compatible with EU law.  (d) any biotechnology-related measures that could affect trade between the parties, including measures (c) the establishment of international environmental agreements to which they are parties; identical or similar products or a trademark for which rights have been acquired in good faith in the other party and for which an application has been filed for the same or similar products; Access to information on Canada`s trade missions and other international business events for Canadian businesses. Measurement techniques, compliance assessment procedures, market monitoring or control and enforcement measures to facilitate trade between the parties, as outlined in the international community`s response to global or regional environmental problems, and stress the need to improve mutual assistance between trade policies and the rules of the contracting parties, a free trade area in accordance with Article XXIV of the GATT 1994 and any procedure for assessing compliance , for the purpose or effect of creating unnecessary barriers to international trade. b) Agreements following the parties or amendments which, to a) encourage trade in forest products from sustainably managed forests and are reaped in this licence, exist only in one sense – States cannot sue companies in this investor-state arbitration procedure. Such complaints from investors are nothing new in international law (UNCTAD listed at the end of 2012 514 such cases, most of them from the United States, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Germany), but for transatlantic trade and investment, this broad level of parallel justice is new. The Czech Republic, Romania and Bulgaria had stated that they would not approve the agreement, which will, in effect, pass to the entire agreement until the visa requirement is lifted for their citizens entering Canada.  All other EU countries have already been visa-exempt in Canada.
The visa requirement for the Czech Republic was lifted on 14 November 2013.   Following Canada`s written commitment to cancel the visa requirement for Bulgarian and Romanian nationals visiting Canada for business and tourism by the end of 2017, Canada repealed the visa requirement for Bulgarian and Romanian citizens on December 1, 2017.   3.