Appeals provides a comprehensive overview of the appeals process in unfamiliar jurisdictions worldwide. Topics covered include: court systems structure; specialised appellate courts; separate appellate bars; preparation, steps and length of the appeals process; injunctions and stays; further appeals; briefing and argument processes; limitations to the power of review; the submission of new evidence and the raising of new legal arguments; fees and costs; settlements; and third party funding.
Editor: Patrick Doris
Representing jurisdictions worldwide, this new volume in the Getting The Deal Through series offers expert analysis of the key issues relating to the enforcement of foreign judgments. Topics covered include: treaties, regulations and conventions, limitation periods, types of enforceable order, competent courts, defences, judicial requirements and procedures, significance of the enforcing jurisdiction’s public policy to the enforcement of foreign judgments, awards and enforcement process.