Welcome to the April 2011 issue of White & Case LLP's Tokyo Disputes Practice Newsletter.
In this issue, we launch a "Practice Tip" column which provides a brief overview of boilerplate provisions and their common pitfalls. We also look at the second part of the article on "sealed offers" and present useful pointers on how they can be effectively employed to contain the costs of international arbitration proceedings. Finally, we examine the proposed Foreign Manufacturers Accountability Act to be enacted in the US which could completely change the litigation landscape concerning foreign imports and could open the doors to litigation against foreign manufacturers who previously were not exposed to such actions in the US.
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