Spring 2015 Course Schedule

Intl Litigtn & Arbitrtn (LAW-677-001)

Meets: 03:00 PM - 04:20 PM (TTh) - Room 403

Enrolled: 12 / Limit: 16

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Focuses on private international law, linking the institutions and enforcement of international arbitration and litigation. Emphasis on the role of litigation and arbitration in the resolution of international civil disputes. Topics covered include the role of the United States as a magnet forum; jurisdiction of courts (both U.S. and EU countries) and international commercial transactions; forum non conveniens; enforcement of foreign judgments; and discovery of information located abroad.

Textbooks and Other Materials

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INT'L CIVIL DISPUTE RESOLUTION: Charles S. Baldwin et seq- 2nd Ed.- Required

First Class Readings

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