About This Blog

Asia in U.S. Courts is a blog for chronicling the judicial phenomenon of increasing importance:  parties from Asia, litigating in the United States. The goal of the blog is to have a closer look at how foreign parties from Asia come to find themselves in the U.S. courts, how they utilize the U.S. judicial system, and how they fare as plaintiffs, defendants, or third parties.

The primary purpose of this blog is for my own edification as a practitioner of international litigation, focusing on Asia-Pacific matters. That is to say: everything on this blog is solely attributable to me, and does not represent the views of any organization or place of employment to which I belong.

I welcome any and all fellow travelers from all over the world, including attorneys, academics, law students and journalists. If you have any question or comment, please email:  editor@asiainuscourts.com.