Webinar: International and Cross-Border Disputes Part 2March 17, 2022
FRONTEO Hosts Session Video Recording Event with Leading U.S. Law Firm Covington & Burling LLPApril 15, 2022
Recorded on February 9th, 2022
On February 2nd (ET), in collaboration with WilmerHale, FRONTEO hosted a free webinar on “International and Cross-Border Disputes (from a U.S. Perspective)".
- Panelist Introduction
- 1. What Are The Jurisdictional Requirements In US Courts To Sue And Be Sued In International Disputes?
- 2. Discovery: When, Where, and What Is Available In US Litigation?
Steven F. Cherry, Partner (WilmerHale), David W. Bowker, Partner (WilmerHale)
- Steven F. Cherry（Partner at WilmerHale）
Steven F. Cherry has over 30 years of experience in successfully representing companies and individuals in government investigations and complex litigation, class actions, and arbitration. He has particular expertise in defending companies and individuals in antitrust criminal investigations and civil litigation. He also has worked closely with local counsel in representing clients before government agencies and in private litigation around the world. According to Chambers USA, he is widely recognized by his peers as “an exceptional lawyer” and “phenomenal practitioner” and “unquestionably the best antitrust lawyer in town,” who “commands huge respect in the antitrust area and is particularly noted for his experience in international cartel and grand jury investigations.”
- David W. Bowker (Partner at WilmerHale)
David W. Bowker chairs WilmerHale’s International Litigation Practice and has 20 years of litigation and arbitration experience representing U.S. and foreign companies, multi-nationals, foreign states, individuals, international organizations, and nongovernmental organizations before international arbitration tribunals, state and federal trial courts, courts of appeal, and the U.S. Supreme Court. He is an Adjunct Professor of international law at the U.C. Berkeley School of Law, a Vice President of the American Society of International Law, and a member of the American Bar Association, International Bar Association, and American Law Institute. He recently co-authored Ristau’s International Judicial Assistance: A Practitioner’s Guide to International Civil and Commercial Litigation, published by Oxford University Press and the International Law Institute in 2021.