Cross-Border Litigation: Protecting the Non-U.S. Creditor in a U.S. Bankruptcy Case

 

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

Sullivan & Worcester, New York, NY
November 27, 2012

This luncheon seminar was the second 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 how the U.S. bankruptcy/insolvency system has an impact on non-U.S. creditors and debtors and how such non-U.S. parties can and should respond to complex bankruptcy litigation issues as they arise. Cross-border differences in litigation practice and procedure were discussed.