Te trend is a presumption against extraterritorial activity unless otherwise expressly provided by a statute.
The ruling comes in Blue Ridge Investments, LLC v. Republic of Argentina.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued an opinion that controversially applied the presumption against extraterritoriality to the Alien Tort Statute.
By Justin S. Wales
Circuit courts have strayed from the Supreme Court in cases regarding seafarer employment contracts.
By Manjit Gill
Expanding U.S. companies wonder if their intellectual property will be adequately protected overseas.
By Nathan M. Crystal and Francesca Giannoni-Crystal
Rule 11(b) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure is an effective tool against FSC attacks.
Hear Harout Samra of DLA Piper share how life changes when moving from working on litigation to international arbitration. (8:45 min)
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