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Litigating International Torts In United States Courts, 2022 ed.

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Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2022
ISBN: 9781731927422
Service #: 40922117
Sub #: 40922118
Pages: 1734
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
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Litigating International Torts In United States Courts, 2022 ed.



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Litigating International Torts in United States Courts provides guidance to practitioners and judges involved in international tort lawsuits that are filed in federal and state courts and that seek recovery against foreign or domestic parties for actions or injuries occurring abroad. It offers a road map to plaintiff and defense attorneys, reviews key cases, and analyzes issues and competing lines of reasoning other courts have used when facing comparable disputes. This title also:

  • Includes forms that are drawn from actual litigation and that allow practitioners to focus on enforcing clients' rights rather than on recreating documents
  • Provides practice tips on the difficult questions concerning potential defendants, jurisdiction, forum non conveniens, choice of law, liability disclaimers, case evaluation, service of process, discovery, judgment enforcement, motions, and exemplar court orders

Use Litigating International Torts in United States Courts to navigate cases involving:

  • Wrongful death, personal injury, or property damage caused by products manufactured in whole or in part in a foreign country
  • Wrongful death/personal injury caused by motor vehicle collisions, slip and falls, aircraft crashes, and other accidents occurring during travel in foreign countries
  • Financial losses caused by fraudulent securities or other financial transactions with foreign financial traders and banks
  • Domestic manufacturing corporations that import and sell foreign products or assemble and sell products containing foreign component parts
  • Wrongful death, personal injury or property damage caused to travelers abroad by foreign hotels, domestic hotels with facilities overseas, and domestic travel and travel-related corporations that make or book overseas travel, or their agents, employees, and representatives.