Transnational Litigation

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Course Number:
LAW 620

Credit Hours:
3 Credit Hours

Prerequisites: RCC*. This course will consider how one goes about litigating transnational cases. Such litigation may involve a transnational claim structure and may involve public or private litigation. Some aspects of U.S. substantive law having extraterritorial effect will be considered (for example, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act). Procedural subjects to be studied include jurisdiction, effectuation of service on parties overseas, problems of conducting pre-trial discovery outside the United States and enforcement of foreign judgments. Offered infrequently.

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