Dispute resolution in cross-border and cross-ocean transactions requires consistency, fairness, predictability, expediency and collectability. In the United
This course, taught by Fox Rothschild Partner Craig Tractenberg, will compare international litigation and arbitration and help you choose which method best serves your clients’ purpose. The program will cover best practices in selecting a neutral forum to instill confidence in all parties, the importance of selecting governing law, how to present your case, and the different roles of the judge,
Craig is a skilled international litigator who handles complex business disputes involving intellectual property, licenses, business torts and insolvency issues. He focuses on franchise companies’ development and expansion. He has represented individuals, companies and governments in litigation before state and federal courts and in international arbitration forums such as AAA, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) and the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).
His practice centers on developing and protecting the financial and brand equity of franchise companies, real estate projects and energy projects. For franchise companies, he regularly structures new franchise programs, many of which are international. He also defends and enforces franchise agreements. He has also served as special counsel to franchise companies.
Craig has successfully prosecuted several injunctions against unfair competition and trademark infringement in federal courts. He also has more than 30 years of experience defending franchise companies against claims by franchisees for fraud and business torts.
Craig obtained a favorable jury trial verdict in a complex fraud scheme. After the jury trial success, related cases were mediated into settlements totaling several millions of dollars.
Craig has prosecuted or defended fraud, defamation and unfair competition cases and also enforces and defended trade secrets and restrictive covenants in state and federal courts.
In international work, Craig successfully defended the Republic of Turkey against an investor claim before the International Centre for Resolution of Investor Disputes in Paris. This followed the successful defense of the Republic of Turkey before the International Chamber of Commerce Court of Arbitration in Geneva. He also successfully represented a claimant U.S. company in an intellectual property licensor’s claim brought against a Brazilian licensee before the ICDR. He has also taken U.S. franchises overseas.
Great seminar. As a Philly native who has long lived out west, always good to hear a nice, thick Delaware Valley accent.
Excellent presentation. The "best practices" listing was a great bonus.
Excellent overview with great supporting materials for reference.
an excellent, thorough presentation
Excellent material and speaker. One of the best I have seen online.
Enjoyable and solid presentation.
I do a great deal of international transaction work. This presentation was excellent.
Excellent, detailed overview.
Learned a lot.
Excellent and knowledgeable host
I did not expect this to be an overview of litigation in different jurisdictions. This was a pleasant surprise and perhaps could be highlighted better in the course description.
I enjoyed this speaker. He was relatable and informative!