Transnational Litigation by
Avoid Procedural Pitfalls With the continuing increase in the complexity of transnational litigation, an accurate procedural guide is absolutely essential to navigate the pitfalls of unfamiliar foreign regulations. Transnational Litigation: A Practitioner's Guide is your comprehensive, hands-on guide to cross-border disputes. A Practical Approach with Tactical Advice This essential set provides a complete understanding of cross-border litigation procedure & strategy. You'll find strategic advice & insight into the procedural, tactical, & substantive issues of over 20 major legal systems. With this invaluable set at your fingertips, you'll be able to quickly orient yourself in the specific foreign litigation culture you are working in. Step-by-Step Guidance For the most complete reference available, each topic is covered from two angles -- one, an explanation of the procedure, & two, the tactical choices available at each step of the litigation procedure & the paths these steps lead to. Contributors to the set provide step-by-step guidance in the following areas * Initiation of the contractual relationship * Cost-effective avoidance or cessation of disputes * Jurisdiction * Commencement of the suit * Taking of evidence * Admissibility & presentation at trial * Appeal & review * Damages * Costs & fees * & much more! Organized by Country & Written by Resident Experts Detailed commentary from expert local practitioners directs you through a country-by-country analysis of important details of transnational litigation in each jurisdiction.
Call Number: Online Resource (Westlaw)
Publication Date: 1997-12-01