State Court Can Enforce Czech Judgment, Panel Finds

, New York Law Journal


A New York court can recognize a judgment from a Czech criminal court against a notorious financier who cheated Czech investors out of about $410 million because the judgment is civil in nature, a unanimous state appeals court has ruled, reversing a lower court judge.

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Originally appeared in print as Panel Affirms Court's Ability to Enforce Czech Civil Judgment

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