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  "Key ruling on enforcement of foreign non-admiralty judgments issued" by Philip Brickman

July 16th, 2014

Philip Brickman recently published an article in International Law Office entitled "Key ruling on enforcement of foreign non-admiralty judgments issued."

"The US Second Circuit Court of Appeals recently addressed the issue of whether US federal courts can exercise their exclusive admiralty jurisdiction to enforce a foreign judgment rendered by a nonadmiralty court if the underlying claim is considered maritime under US legal standards," Brickman begins. He continues to analyze the impact of the ruling in D'Amico Dry Limited v Primera Maritime (Hellas) Limited on the enforcement of foreign judgments in the United States.

To read the full article, click here.




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