International subrogation should not be overlooked by insurers as a source for recovering their own losses. Even when a loss is caused by an “Act of God,” insurers are wise to consider how third parties may have contributed to the resulting damages.

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SCOTUS opinion in Federal Republic of Germany v. Philipp all but closes the book on Nazi-looted art cases.

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By: Tom On: September 8, 2020 In: International Litigation Comments: 0

What determines "habitual residence" in international child abduction cases?

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Attorneys tend to think that the international service of a subpoena is analogous to international service of process. In reality, though, the two are quite different.

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A look at the challenges to filing a COVID-19-related lawsuit against the PRC.

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By: Tom & Victor On: April 10, 2020 In: In Court, International Litigation Comments: 0

Herein we review two cases that appear to be as much about panic as they are about justice.

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By: Tom On: December 10, 2019 In: International Litigation, International Service of Process Comments: 0

With a foreign judgment in hand, there are two issues: determining where the defendant’s assets are and securing recognition of the judgment in a US court.

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By: Tom On: November 21, 2019 In: International Litigation Comments: 0

When dealing with any government, one should always have a strategy with many contingency plans.

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By: Tom On: November 5, 2019 In: International Litigation, International Service of Process Comments: 0

Many vendors who assist with ISOP do not have licensed attorneys on staff. This may be in the vendor's best interests, but it is not in the best interests of the client.

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By: Tom On: October 22, 2019 In: International Litigation, International Service of Process Comments: 0

A summary of the factors you need to consider before filing a FSIA action.

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