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- Stewart, David P.
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A Practitioner's Guide to International Civil and Commercial Litigation2761
With increased cross-border disputes in civil and commercial matters across the globe, this edition gives practicing litigators an overview of the provision of mechanisms for international judicial assistance across different legal systems. Building on Ristau's classic multi-volume work, this book brings up-to-date background and practical guidance that today's practitioners need.
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David P. Stewart is a Professor at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. His teaching includes the areas of public and private international law and foreign relations law. Over the course of his 32 year career he has served as Assistant Legal Adviser of the Office of the Legal Adviser at the U.S. Department of State in a number of substantive areas, including private international law, diplomatic law and litigation, international claims and investment dispute, law enforcement and intelligence), and human rights and refugees. Among his publications are the Digest of U.S. Practice In International Law (co-editor of seven volumes), International Human Rights In A Nutshell (co-author), International And Transnational Criminal Law (co-author, 5th ed. 2018), International Criminal Law In A Nutshell (2d ed. 2019), and The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act: A Guide For Judges (Fed. Jud. Cntr. 2d ed. 2019). David W. Bowker is Chair of the International Litigation practice at WilmerHale. His previous roles included acting as the Attorney-Adviser for the Law of Armed Conflict in the Office of the Legal Adviser at the U.S. Department of State. He has extensive experience handling cases which involve parallel proceedings in multiple national jurisdictions, territorial disputes, human rights, armed conflict, hostage-taking, art and antiquities claims, cultural patrimony, national security, diplomacy, sanctions, and public policy. He is also Adjunct Professor of international law at the University of California at Berkeley School of Law and serves as Vice President of the American Society of International Law, and a member of the American Law Institute, the American Bar Association, and the International Bar Association.
Acknowledgments vii Foreward ix Chapter One: Introduction and Overview Chapter Two: Choice of Forum Chapter Three: Service of Process Chapter Four: Choice of Law Chapter Five: Proof of Foreign and International Law Chapter Six: Obtaining Evidence Across National Boundaries Chapter Seven: Legalisation and Apostilles Chapter Eight: Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign