International Comparative Legal Guide to: Litigation and Dispute Resolution 2019: Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia Chapters
In the 2019 edition of the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Miller & Chevalier Members authored three chapters: John Eustice and Michael Khalil authored the Maryland chapter; John Eustice and Brian Hill authored the Washington, DC and Virginia and chapters.
The International Comparative Legal Guide provides cross-border legal analysis of the laws and regulations of litigation and dispute resolution, with each chapter authored by leading litigation lawyers in each region. In their chapters, Eustice, Hill, and Khalil address litigation and dispute resolution issues specific to Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia and in a comprehensive question and answer format. Topics covered include, among others, the process of commencing proceedings, elements of disclosure, evidentiary issues, methods of alternative dispute resolution, and how to navigate the federal and local court systems in each region. These chapters provide guidance and act as references tools for foreign individuals and companies that end up in legal disputes in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia.