Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign-Country Judgments in the United States
We are very pleased to announce that Chad Mitchell has authored the chapter "Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign-Country Judgments in the United States" in ABA's new two-volume deskbook, International Aspects of U.S. Litigation, edited by James E. Berger of King & Spalding. In addition to Chad's contribution, the book features chapters on service of process, subject-matter and personal jurisdiction, venue, forum non conveniens, parallel proceedings, forum selections clauses, the Alien Tort Statute, the extraterritoriality of US law, choice of law clauses, conflict of laws, proof of foreign law, treaties as substantive law, pretrial discovery, res judicata, international arbitration, sovereign litigation, foreign bankruptcy, and trade disputes.
Click here to order a copy of this publication. You will find Chad's chapter at pages 607-47.