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Part I: Jurisdiction, venue, and service of process Chapter I.A: The basics of U.S. jurisdiction Chapter I.B: Subject matter jurisdiction Chapter I.C: Personal Jurisdiction Chapter I.D: The meaning and role of venue in U.S. proceedings Chapter I.E: Forum non conveniens Chapter I.F: Service of process Chapter I.G: Parallel proceedings in the U.S. and foreign courts: The variable role of international comity Chapter I.H: Forum selection clauses in international commerce Chapter I.I: Alien tort statute Part II: Governing law Chapter II.A: Extraterritorial application of U.S. law Chapter II.B: Governing law clauses Chapter II.C: Choice-of-law analysis Chapter II.D: Proving foreign law in U.S. courts Chapter II.E: Proof of foreign and International law in state and foreign courts Chapter II.F: Treaties as substantive law in U.S. litigation Part III: Discovery Chapter III.A: The basics of U.S. discovery Chapter III.B: Issues in obtaining discovery abroad Chapter III.C: Privilege and choice of law Chapter III.D: Discovery in aid of foreign proceedings: 28 U.S.C. paragraph 1782 Part IV: Judgment Chapter IV.A: Recognition and enforcement of foreign-country judgments in the United States Chapter IV.B: Execution and judgment enforcement in the United States Chapter IV.C: Res Judicata and collateral estoppel (a/k/a claim preclusion and issue preclusion) Part V: Arbitration Chapter V.A: An overview of U.S. federal and state arbitration law and the commencement of arbitration Chapter V.B: The New York convention/chapter 2 of the Federal Arbitration Act Chapter V.C: The Panama convention/chapter 3 of the Federal Arbitration Act Chapter V.D: Litigation questions of arbitrability Chapter V.E: Judicial proceedings before, during and after an arbitration under the U.S. Federal Arbitration Act Part VI: Sovereign litigation, bankruptcy, and trade disputes Chapter VI.A: Litigating with foreign sovereigns and state entities in the United States Chapter VI.B: Foreign bankruptcy proceedings: bankruptcy code chapter 15- What is it, why do we have it, and who cares? Chapter VI.C: International trade disputes.
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