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Cross-Border Litigation: Interjurisdictional Practice and Procedure
By: Kenneth C. MacDonald, LL.B., LL.M
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Cross-Border Litigation: Interjurisdictional Practice and Procedure offers practical guidance on all aspects of cross-border litigation, covering everything from deciding where to commence litigation to enforcement of a judgment. It is an excellent handbook to help you understand the legal considerations involved and map out the right course of action, such as:
  • Where is the best place to sue
  • Strategies for challenging the plaintiff's choice of venue
  • How to ensure proper service outside your jurisdiction
  • How to determine which jurisdiction's laws apply
  • Obtaining evidence from other jurisdictions
  • Responding to requests for evidence from other jurisdictions
  • Pleading and proving foreign law
  • Pre-judgment cross-border remedies
  • Enforcing foreign judgments at home and domestic judgments abroad ... and more
This resource includes time saving features such as a decision tree to help analyze where a case should be litigated, appendices with related Hague Service Conventions and a glossary of terms.
About the Author
Kenneth C. MacDonald, LL.B., LL.M., practices with the firm Henry K. Hui & Associates. He obtained his degrees from Osgoode Hall Law School and was called to the Bar in 1991. He has practised civil litigation in private practice for 13 years, with an emphasis on commercial matters including many with cross-border aspects. He has conducted a trial and appeal in New York City. He has published numerous articles on conflicts of law in the Advocates' Quarterly, (Canada Law Book) and presented at numerous conferences on international law. See his website,