Associate Nick Barnard has written for Law360 about how English courts approach comity when the laws of two jurisdictions conflict.
“The principle of comity holds that, as a starting point, the law of one jurisdiction should seek to recognize the law of another and, where necessary, promote and protect the other legal system’s interests,” said Nick Barnard.
Click to read his full article in Law360.
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