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Significant U.S. Sanctions Against Russia Create Challenges for Many Companies

Russia, USA - March 3 2022 Since Russia's recent recognition of the self-proclaimed independence of two separatist regions of Ukraine and subsequent invasion of the country…

Geoffrey M. Goodale, Hope P. Krebs, Rolando R. Sanchez

Second Circuit Decision Reaffirms Circuit Split on Whether Law on International Discovery Applies to Arbitration Proceedings

USA - July 24 2020 The Fourth and Sixth Circuit Courts of Appeals, for instance, have held that the phrase "foreign or international tribunal" includes foreign…

J. Manly Parks, Nathan B. Reeder

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Review in Mortimer Could Significantly Expand Litigants’ Ability to Pierce the Corporate Veil

USA - June 26 2020 The appeal, which centers on whether the Court should adopt the so-called enterprise or single entity theories of corporate veil piercing, has the…

Jonathan Aronchick, Robert L. Byer, Jessica Priselac

What Law Governs Force Majeure in Your International Supply Chain Agreement?

USA - March 6 2020 If a U.S. company has a sales or supply agreement with a buyer or supplier outside of the United States which has been disrupted or otherwise…

Water Splash v. Menon: U.S. Supreme Court Rules Hague Convention Allows for Service by Mail on Foreign Defendants

USA - June 8 2017 Now that the Supreme Court has resolved the split, circuit and district courts will have to follow its guidance, which will provide uniformity across…

Sharon L. Caffrey, Hope P. Krebs, Effie D. Silva