July 1, 2012

Litigation can be a costly endeavor. It can become even more expensive when the disputes involve parties from more than one country. In an article co-authored for Today’s General Counsel, Much Shelist lawyer, Martin J. O’Hara, reviews a number of potential issues and outlines precautions businesses can incorporate into their contracts that will save the company time and money in case of a breach that involves multiple jurisdictions.

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