[2-Credit CLE Seminar] Transnational Litigation Viewed from the Claim Prism
Temple Law Japan is honored to present Simona Grossi as a special guest speaker for a 2-credit CLE seminar on the topic Transnational Litigation Viewed from the Claim Prism.
- Thursday, July 9, 2015
- 18:30 doors open
19:00 seminar starts
21:00 seminar ends
- Temple University, Japan Campus, Mita Hall (Access)
- ¥5,000 for attendees requiring CLE credit.
(Free to attendees not requiring credit)
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- The seminar is held in English.
- Persons who are interested in the topic but who do not require CLE credits are most welcome to attend.
This lecture will explore transnational litigation in federal courts, showing how most of the doctrines that govern that litigation (jurisdiction, pleadings, Erie, discovery, pretrial dispositive motions, joinder, appeal and res judicata) may be reduced to an analysis that focuses on the claim.
About the Speaker
Professor of Law at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles and Adjunct Professor of Law at Temple University, Japan Campus, Professor Grossi graduated from L.U.I.S.S. University, Rome, Italy in 2002. She completed her master's degree (LL.M.) and doctoral program (J.S.D.) at UC Berkeley, School of Law. She worked for the U.N. from 2000 to 2002 and then went into private practice and worked for Clifford Chance LLP and Bonelli Erede Pappalardo doing national and transnational litigation from 2002 to 2008. She worked for Judge Charles Breyer at the USDC for the Northern District of California in 2010. Professor Grossi joined Loyola Law School L.A. in 2010. She was elected to the American Law Institute (ALI) in 2011. She is also a member of the International Association of Procedural Law (IAPL). Her scholarship focuses on civil procedure and federal courts. Professor Grossi is currently Chair-elect of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Executive Committee for the Section on Civil Procedure and has been appointed as Chair of the same Section for the year 2016.
About CLE Credit
Attorneys who need credit should bring their state attorney ID number so that they can complete the necessary paperwork. Various states, including California and New York, recognize Pennsylvania CLE credits. However, attorneys are responsible for checking with the CLE board in their jurisdiction before attending the CLE seminar whether Pennsylvania CLE credits will count towards their CLE requirements and what their jurisdiction requires them to do to claim out-of-state CLE credits. Please inform us before the seminar if your CLE board requires anything other than a copy of the Pennsylvania CLE credit form and a certificate of attendance.
Note: Persons who are interested in the topic but who do not require CLE credits are most welcome to attend.