International Litigation

SCOTUS Decisions Address a Lower Court Split, the FSIA and Personal Jurisdiction

, New York Law Journal


International Litigation columnists Lawrence W. Newman and David Zaslowsky discuss two recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions in the area of international litigation and a personal jurisdiction decision that re-enforced earlier holdings that make it more difficult to assert jurisdiction over foreign parties.

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