The challenges of navigating complex litigation increase substantially when parties are required to litigate in a far flung jurisdiction. Litigation in an unfamiliar jurisdiction challenges assumptions about how the litigation process unfolds. Expectations on the timing, sequence and a prudent strategy invariably need to be adjusted to the new norms of the jurisdiction that will be adjudicating the dispute. In this episode, Dorsey London Partner Aymen Khoury and Partner/Podcast Host Kent Schmidt discuss key differences of commercial litigation in the U.S. and Europe, as well as how companies sued in an international litigation can be prepared before entering unfamiliar territory of foreign litigation.

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