Holwell Shuster & Goldberg Launches “The Cross-Border Cut” Newsletter
NEW YORK—Holwell Shuster & Goldberg LLP is excited to announce the launch of The Cross-Border Cut, a transnational litigation and arbitration briefing. In conjunction with the launch, the firm is partnering with the Canadian American Bar Association, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, and Dorsey & Whitney LLP to co-host a cross-border event and reception on April 20, 2016.
The Cross-Border Cut newsletter will provide analysis of recent court decisions, case updates, and general issues of importance to the transnational legal community. Firm founding partners Hon. Richard J. Holwell and Michael S. Shuster, along with associate Ivo Entchev, will serve as lead authors of the newsletter. To sign up for The Cross-Border Cut, please click here.
Additionally, HSG will co-host a CLE presentation in New York titled, “Lifting the Corporate Veil in the Recognition & Enforcement of Foreign Judgments: Approaches in the United States and Canada” from 6:30-8:00pm ET on April 20. Please click here for further event details and registration information.
HSG’s lawyers have significant experience litigating transnational disputes in U.S. trial and appellate courts, and have represented individuals and corporations in litigation related to conduct occurring overseas, as well as sovereign states involved in U.S. court proceedings. They also have a deep knowledge of the various legal and factual issues that may arise in that litigation, including issues of subject-matter and personal jurisdiction, as well as the reach of U.S. laws, issues related to the enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards, and discovery proceedings in the U.S. and overseas. Several HSG attorneys, including co-founding partner Michael Shuster, hold civil-law and common-law degrees. For more information on the firm’s transnational litigation experience, please click here.