International Litigation guides the practitioner step by step through the international litigation process, revealing the advantages and forewarning of the pitfalls he or she is likely to encounter. This volume describes the procedures governing the transfer of sentenced foreign nationals from the United States to serve the remainder of their sentences in their native countries, and of United States nationals sentenced in foreign countries to serve the remainder of their sentences in the United States. It discusses the statutory and treaty framework regulating the transfer of sentenced persons to and from the United States, as well as the case law interpreting those statutes and treaties. Appendices contain United States statutes and regulations, U.S. Department of Justice Manual materials, and all treaties governing the transfer of prisoners to and from the United States. Launched in 1998, the work is updated on a regular basis.
Edited by David Epstein and Charles S. Baldwin, IV
The new Fourth Revised Edition of International Litigation provides U.S. courts practitioners with a step-by-step guide through international litigation, from pre-litigation considerations (obtaining foreign counsel, choice of forum, etc.), to jurisdictional and procedural issues, to enforcement ...
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