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Int'l Litigation & Arbitration (LAW-677-001)
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Focuses on private international law, linking the institutions and enforcement of international arbitration and litigation. Topics covered include public policy and foreign causes of action; embargoes and exchange controls; the U.S. Supreme Court and jurisdiction to adjudicate; jurisdiction of courts and international commercial transactions; property as a basis of jurisdiction; forum non conveniens; enforcement of foreign judgments; and discovery of information located abroad.
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First Class Readings
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