Herbert Smith Freehills has published the first issue of a new periodic publication "Cross-Border Litigation", designed to highlight legal and practical issues specific to litigation with an international aspect.
The publication will tap into the expertise of the firm's leading commercial litigators across the globe, to give readers the benefit of their hands-on experience conducting cross-border litigation and to flag key developments in this area that should be on commercial parties' radars.
The topics covered in this issue include:
- Obtaining evidence from the United States
Section 1782 – A surprisingly underused tool in cross-border litigation
- The growth of cross-border disputes
An Australian perspective
- European Account Preservation Orders
A new streamlined procedure for freezing EU bank accounts in cross-border cases
- Spotlight on Adam Johnson QC
Cross-border disputes and advocacy
- Asymmetric jurisdiction clauses
An update from France
- Cross-border litigation and Brexit
What does it mean for choice of law, jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments?
- Disputes clauses in China-related contracts
Will yours be effective?
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The contents of this publication, current at the date of publication set out above, are for reference purposes only. They do not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Specific legal advice about your specific circumstances should always be sought separately before taking any action based on this publication.
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