International Litigation and Forum non conveniens: Strategies and lessons from the aviation context
Karl Hennessee, Vice-President Litigation & Regulatory Affairs, Airbus S.A.S., France
International litigation is now a fact of life for most corporations. They may find themselves hauled into court in unexpected places and, perhaps more often than anywhere but their home jurisdictions, in the United States. In some respects, this trend is simply a legal manifestation of economic globalization and is the price of doing business on the world stage. Shouldn’t the company that is based in the European Union and operates around the world expect that it may face legal action wherever it does business?
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