Title
3058-009-Printer-001.indd
By
bak
Description
1 THE (OFTEN INSURMOUNTABLE) HURDLES FACING FOREIGN CLAIMANTS PROSECUTING CLASS ACTIONS IN AMERICAN COURTS Charles F. Rysavy and Pranita A. Raghavan i. introduction Viewed through the lens of our civil justice system, it is not surprising that America continues to be perceived abroad as a land of opportunity. When injuries or monetary damages suffered in another country provide a facially legitimate basis to file a lawsuit in the United States, the choice of a U.S. versus a foreign venue is often...

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