This course will address the major issues of international litigation, including jurisdiction (under domestic American law, foreign law, and international conventions), choice of law (from an American and foreign, particularly European, perspective), taking evidence abroad (under American and international rules), and enforcement of judgments (foreign judgments in the U.S. and American judgments abroad). Time permitting, it will also cover foreign sovereign immunity. The course will focus on litigation skills; in lieu of a final exam, students will prepare litigation-based writing assignments during the semester.
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