Transnational Litigation in a Nutshellby George A. Bermann
Pub. Date: 06/01/2003
Publisher: West Academic
This title identifies and explores recurring problems caused by private cross-border disputes, while presenting the solutions that appear to be emerging, whether in the form of legislation, case law, treaty or Restatement enumeration. It covers personal and subject matter jurisdiction, parallel litigation, choice of forum, choice of law, extraterritorial discovery, extraterritorial provisional relief, recognition of foreign judgments, pleading, and proof of foreign law. International arbitration is also dealt with, with special emphasis on the role of courts in enforcing international arbitration agreements and effectuating international arbitral awards.
Table of ContentsIntroductionAcknowledgments Table of Cases Chapter The Sources of Transnational Litigation Law Jurisdiction Over Non–Nationals and Non–Residents Subject Matter Jurisdiction Over Transnational Disputes Parallel Litigation "Sovereignty" Limitations on the Exercise of Jurisdiction International Human Rights Cases Choice of Law and the Applicable Law Transnational Service and Production of Evidence Transnational Provisional Relief Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Judicial Intervention in International Commercial Arbitration Index
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