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Covers taking evidence in the U.S. for use abroad, taking evidence abroad for use in the United States, Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, Recognition of Foreign Judgements, Service of Process Abroad, Includes forms.
Covers personal jurisdiction, service of process, sovereign immunity, forum non conveniens, choice of law, extraterritorial application, act of state doctrine, discovery, recognition of foreign judgments and more.
Includes analysis and forms for: Products Liability Actions against Foreign Manufacturers (Jurisdiction, Service, Forum Non Coveniens, Discovery & Enforcing Judgments), Travel Torts, the Alien Tort Statute and the Torture Victims Protection Act of 1991.
via Westlaw Edge. Restatements are a consensus of the law drafted by a group of attorneys and law professors. This restatement consists of international law as it applies to the United States, and domestic law that has substantial impact on the foreign relations of the United States or has other important international consequences. Topics include jurisdiction, immunity from jurisdiction, service of process on foreign individuals and recognition of foreign judgments and alien tort claims.