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Vol 23 No 3 March/April 2018

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Transnational Litigation: Jurisdiction and Procedure

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ISBN13: 9781858004907
Published: May 2008
Publisher: Round Hall Press
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Hardback
Price: £156.00

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Transnational Litigation: Jurisdiction and Procedure is a new book that addresses the complex jurisdictional rules and procedural issues which arise when dealing with disputes which cross national boundaries. It focuses on the issues which are most likely to come across the desk of an Irish practitioner.

The primary focus is on the determination of jurisdiction and practical matters such as how to serve defendants out of the jurisdiction, choice of court clauses, service of proceedings, protective measures, the taking of evidence and cross border discovery, and the enforcement of judgments at home and abroad.

  • It is a convenient and accurate guide to litigation crossing international bordersfrom the beginning to the end of a dispute.
  • It is an invaluable guide to the practice and procedure in respect of applications to the Circuit Court and High Court.
  • Gives you an in-depth examination of the numerous Regulations and International Conventions governing. jurisdiction and procedure in transnational litigation and an analysis of the main Irish and International case law in each area.
  • Helps you to consider geographical and tactical matters which influence where your client should issue proceedings.
  • Provides a reference list of countries which are Member States or Contracting States to the various Regulations and Conventions.

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Irish Law
Worldwide civil and commercial litigation
foreign divorce
child abduction
The Insolvency Regulation
Permission to serve defendants out of the jurisdiction
Service of proceedings
Forum issues
Procedural issues
Protective measures
Evidence and cross-border discovery
Enforcing judgments.