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May 26, 2010

Benefit of Filing First in a Foreign Jurisdiction May Not Belong to the Swift

For a foreign litigant, filing a complaint in its home country may be cost effective and convenient. In doing so, however, it is critical that the foreign court chosen by the litigant has personal jurisdiction of the defendant. Failure of personal jurisdiction may result in judgments being unenforceable in the United States. » Read More

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