Entries by Jeanne Huang

Applying Mexican Law in U.S. Courts? Mexico v Smith & Wesson

Dr. León Castellanos-Jankiewicz Researcher, International Law T.M.C. Asser Institute for International & European Law, The Hague Mexico’s ongoing transnational litigation against the firearms industry in U.S. courts is raising important questions of private international law, in particular as regards the application of Mexican tort law in U.S. courts. In its civil

The New Age of Dispute Resolution: Digitization & Evolving Norms

The New Age of Dispute Resolution: Digitization & Evolving Norms Time: 18:30 – 20:30 pm Venue: Bracewell LLP New York When: 13 February Monday 2023 Organized with New York International Arbitration Centre, New York State Bar Association, and American Society of International Law The event will be held in relation to UNCITRAL’s project on the […]

Recording of Panel Discussion on Amendments to China’s Civil Procedure Law

On December 30, 2022, the Chinese legislator, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, published a draft of the Civil Procedure Law Amendment for public consultation. The draft suggested important amendments to procedures in foreign-related cases including jurisdiction, service, taking evidence, forum non-convenience, lis pendens, and judgment recognition and enforcement. The Berkeley Center for Law […]

Serving Defendants in Ukrainian Territory Occupied by Russia

Jeanne Huang University of Sydney Law School Both Russia and Ukraine are member states of the 1965 Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters (Hague Service Convention (HSC)). After Russia occupied the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and its capital city, Sevastopol, and exercised control over certain areas […]