Cross-Border Litigation: Protecting the Non-U.S. Client in U.S. Legal Proceedings

 

Litigation of Business Disputes in the United States: Important Issues for Non-U.S. Lawyers and their Clients

Sullivan & Worcester, New York, NY
July 19, 2012

This Luncheon Seminar was the first in a timely series dealing with important U.S. litigation matters of particular interest to non-U.S. clients and their lawyers from outside the United States. Our speakers focused on several of the most critical business and legal issues that arise in litigation matters in the U.S. involving non-U.S. clients, including document discovery, sanctions for destruction of documents and depositions of company officials. Cross-border differences in litigation practice and procedure were discussed.