Application of Foreign Laws

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U.S. Court Dismisses Foreign Residents’ Foreign-Law Claims Arising from Securities Purchased on U.S. Markets

Much ink has been spilled since the Supreme Court’s 2010 decision in Morrison v. National Australia Bank about the federal securities laws’ applicability to foreign transactions in foreign securities.  But what happens when...more

A Primer on Insurance Dispute Resolution in China

We previously discussed in a June 10, 2015, guest article the basics of insurance underwriting and claim handling in China. In this article, we give an overview of the legal framework and relevant key issues in insurance...more

How Seriously Do Foreign Governments Treat Their Own Secrecy and Blocking Statutes?

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York issued an interesting comity decision on whether U.S. courts should defer to foreign countries’ secrecy and blocking statutes when considering motions for...more

July 2013: Trial Practice Update

Second Circuit Judge Advocates for System to Certify Questions of Foreign Law. In its recent decision reversing Citigroup’s jury win over Terra Firma, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals found the trial court misapplied...more

Proposed Family Law Legislation Prohibiting Foreign Laws Fails To Pass In Florida Senate

In a previous post, I discussed Senate Bill 58 and House Bill 351, which were proposed bills that would have prohibited the application of foreign laws in family law disputes pending in the State of Florida unless the foreign...more

Passage Of Controversial Law Could Tarnish Florida’s Reputation As International Dispute Resolution Center

You may not have heard of the think tank called the American Public Policy Alliance (APPA), or its “American Laws for American Courts” initiative, which “was crafted to protect American citizens’ constitutional rights against...more

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