Impact of Choice of Court Convention of US-Mexico crossborder litigation


The Choice of Courts Convention will become the first treaty by the US which will allow recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments. This article discusses the impact of the Choice of Courts Convention on US-Mexico crossborder litigation based on the fact that Mexico is currently the only country that has acceeded to the treaty and will be the only other country party to the treaty once the United States has ratified its signature to the treaty. The article also discusses the current status of the treaty in the United States.

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