Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA)

NSO v. WhatsApp: Should the Solicitor General Recommend Allowing Foreign Corporations to Claim Immunity?

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Jun 9th, 2022

NSO Group Loses Immunity Claim at the Ninth Circuit

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Nov 9th, 2021

Parsing an Immunity Decision at the Heart of U.S.-Egypt Relations  

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Jun 29th, 2021

The Meaning of the Supreme Court’s Ruling in Germany v. Philipp

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Feb 8th, 2021

Suing Foreign States in U.S. Courts

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Jul 16th, 2020

Trail Smelter Arbitration Offers Little Guidance for COVID-19 Suits against China

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Jul 14th, 2020

The Significance of the Supreme Court’s Opati Decision for States and Companies Sued for Terrorism in U.S. Courts

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May 19th, 2020

How to Hold Venezuela’s Maduro Accountable for Human Rights Abuses

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Apr 28th, 2020

Missouri’s Lawsuit Doesn’t Abrogate China’s Sovereign Immunity

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Apr 22nd, 2020

WhatsApp v. NSO Group: State Immunity and Cyber Spying

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Apr 16th, 2020

Don’t Bother Suing China for Coronavirus

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Apr 8th, 2020

Suit Against Sri Lankan Presidential Candidate Rajapaksa Dismissed on Common Law Immunity Grounds

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Oct 23rd, 2019

Second Circuit Gets Civil Forfeiture under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act Wrong

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Aug 23rd, 2019

Time for a Cyber-Attack Exception to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act

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Aug 14th, 2019

What Comes Next: After Supreme Court Reduced Obstacles to Suing International Organizations

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Mar 13th, 2019

Deciphering the Mystery Subpoena Case: Corporate Claims to Foreign Sovereign Immunity from U.S. Criminal Proceedings

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Dec 31st, 2018

Jamal Khashoggi, the U.S. Supreme Court and the Limits of Inviolability

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Nov 5th, 2018

Jam v. International Finance Corp.: May International Organizations Violate Rights with Impunity?

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Oct 30th, 2018

Can You Sue International Organizations? The Supreme Court Decides to Weigh In

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Jun 1st, 2018

Episode 60 of the National Security Podcast: TL;DL – This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

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Feb 21st, 2018

The United States Can – And Should – Prosecute the Killers of US Journalists and Aid Workers in Syria

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Feb 14th, 2018

Important New Bipartisan Bill To Advance Accountability for International Crimes in Syria

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Apr 10th, 2017

Ukraine Update: the ICJ Proceedings & Options for Justice in the United States

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Mar 21st, 2017

Syria, J’Accuse! Syrian State Responsibility for War Crimes

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Jul 13th, 2016