LAW International Litigation in U.S. Courts
Mr. Dragan M. Cetkovic,
2 credits day; 2 credits evening.
This course surveys a distinct and cohesive body of case law emerging from international civil disputes litigated and adjudicated in U.S. courts. The course covers major topics and common themes unique to disputes involving foreign litigants or transactions, including: personal and subject matter jurisdiction, discovery abroad, foreign sovereign immunity, act of state doctrine, extraterritorial application of U.S. laws, arbitration, and enforcement of judgment. The course focuses on problems facing litigants in the course of U.S. litigation.
Meets Civil Litigation Concentration Requirements
Meets International Law Concentration Requirements
Final Exam Required
<<Course Updated: March 18, 2015>>