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A guide to enforcing foreign court judgments across various Jurisdictions

The ultimate purpose of any litigation or alternative dispute resolution procedure is obtaining an enforceable decision (award). Based on this premise, our chosen topic covers the most common issues typically arising while enforcing domestic judicial decisions in other jurisdictions.

Andersen´s European Arbitration and Litigation team provides a practical overview of the requirements that must be satisfied and of the steps that need to be undertaken to seek the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments.

Acknowledging the different legal traditions of the jurisdictions subject to analysis, this guide outlines the similarities, but it also clearly points to the existing differences across different States.

Elena Sevila, Partner at International Arbitration, writes an article on the case of Spain.

You can download the document here.

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