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Transnational Litigation: A Basic Primer stands as a clear, easy-to-understand guide to the issues and decision points encountered when planning to resolve, or avoid, a transnational dispute. Each basic concept and all facets of litigation procedure and strategy are explored in the context of multi-jurisdictional interaction; that is, exposing the characteristics of one legal system which may, or may not, be available in the other.
The analysis highlights and elucidates the choices available at the stages of a transnational litigation. These choices appear in each and every phase of litigation, as well as during the planning process when dispute avoidance is of prime concern.