Proskauer Rose LLP has just released “Proskauer on International Litigation and Arbitration: Managing, Resolving, and Avoiding Cross-Border Business and Regulatory Disputes.” The online guide is a practical reference work for businesses and practitioners; it explores best practices and creative yet practical approaches to manage, resolve, and avoid controversies affecting multiple jurisdictions.
The 28-chapter guide is available free in e-Book format. It includes a thorough chapter on international privacy law.
Drawing on the firm’s long and extraordinary history in international practice, “Proskauer on International Litigation and Arbitration” is written by the firm’s lawyers on the most timely and important topics in international practice, from drafting international agreements to securing/avoiding jurisdiction to judgment enforcement/avoidance, from multi-jurisdictional regulatory proceedings or investigations to protecting witnesses, documents, privacy, and privileges, as well as several additional substantive areas.
“Despite the fact that the explosion in international business and regulatory disputes presents unique challenges, there does not exist for the client or practitioner any comprehensive treatment of the issues arising in international or cross-border litigations, arbitrations, and regulatory investigations or proceedings. We are filling that gap by providing this essential reference guide”, said Louis M. Solomon, Co-Chair of Proskauer’s Litigation Department and Editor-in-Chief of the Guide. “‘Proskauer on International Litigation and Arbitration’ would be an extraordinary achievement even if it were limited to being a compendium of the current law in this dynamic and rapidly expanding area. But my colleagues in the Proskauer Litigation Department and International Practice Group have done so much more, producing a resolutely practical guide, emphasizing the concrete and strategic over the theoretical, the lore as well as the law, and the unique opportunities and challenges presented by international litigation and regulatory proceedings.”