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Tag Archives: business disputes

Uncertainty in California over Forum Selection Clauses

In international business transactions, contracting parties from different countries often select a neutral third country to supply the applicable governing law as well as the exclusive forum for resolving disputes.  The reason for this is obvious:  each party is wary of agreeing to litigate disputes in the adverse party’s home country or governed by the […]

Expert Retention and Summary Judgment

Summary judgment motions play an important role in business disputes; they can create settlement leverage, narrow trial issues or, if granted for an entire case, achieve a favorable judgment without a trial.  As its name suggests, a motion for summary judgment asks a court to “summarily” adjudicate a claim or lawsuit without the need for […]