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Litigating Claims Against Foreign Manufacturers: China

Litigation Packet: Document Details

Packet Name: Litigating Claims Against Foreign Manufacturers: China

Updated Date: 6/30/2010 | Created Date: 1/14/2009 | Number of Pages: 1171
Summary of Packet:

• Addresses service of process, venue and forum, jurisdiction, the discovery process, and enforcing judgments against foreign manufacturers, including checklist, rules, statutes, State Department documents, and case law • Documents specific to litigating claims against Chinese manufacturers including governing laws, treaties and conventions, court documents, sample letters rogatory (method of obtaining judicial assistance from abroad), e-mails between Chinese manufacturer and distributor establishing punitive damages claim, State Department documents, and tips and strategies • Court documents including complaints, motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction, brief regarding letters rogatory, letters rogatory, written discovery requests, and deposition of defendant importer • Information regarding federal legislation and hearing testimony on the Foreign Manufacturers Legal Accountability Act • AAJ Education speaker papers and Trial articles addressing general claims against foreign manufacturers, including claims specifically against China

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