This title is a useful country-by-country reference tool, responsive to a litigator’s daily need for a convenient and accurate guide on litigation that crosses international borders – from the beginning to the end of a dispute. The set further provides detailed analysis of cross-border litigation procedure and strategy, as well as strategic advice and insight into the procedural, tactical, and substantive issues of more than 28 major legal systems. Written by litigators with leading reputations internationally and in their respective jurisdictions, this work offers in-depth analysis of important details of cross-border litigation and covers topics such as:
- Choice of forum
- Service of process
- Taking witness evidence abroad
- Taking documentary evidence abroad
- Admissibility of evidence
- Appellate review
There is also extensive discussion of international treaties and international arbitration.