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When Suing Foreign Governments and Their Corporations was first published in 1988, one reviewer predicted that it would become the 'bible' for all attorneys involved in such cases.
Since then, the book has been recognised as the standard handbook providing guidance on the intricacies of litigation under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act. There is hardly a case wherein the book is not cited by either the majority or dissenting counsel.
While this new edition will not solve all the problems a litigating attorney or presiding judge will encounter in cases against a foreign state or entity, it will provide the most comprehensive review of all reported cases involving the Immunities Act as well as numerous unreported ones.
No legal practitioner facing or involved in Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act litigation should be without this essential resource.