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Civil Procedure A desk reference for lawyers and their clients faced with the prospect of litigation in foreign jurisdictions, this book is a guide to the civil procedure rules and practices in thirty-two major countries and in the European Community. Local rules relating to arbitration and, where available, mediation are also covered. It is designed primarily to orient a litigant and its domestic lawyers so that they can determine the probable course of litigation and, once they have retained foreign counsel, ask more intelligent and relevant questions. A country-by-country analysis of civil procedure for thirty-two major countries and the European community (Canada is divided into two sections reflecting common law and civil law jurisdictions). Jurisdictions included are: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, England & Wales, the European Community, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Scotland, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, and the United States of America.;Primary focuses on those courts, concepts and processes which are most likely to be involved in resolving business disputes. Standardized sections for each country except the European Community. Contributors are prominent attorneys in their respective jurisdictions. This book will be of interest to legal practitioners, in-house counsel, bankers, senior executives, and others involved in doing business or resolving disputes in foreign jurisdictions