Friday, September 11, 2009

How to Enforce a U.S. Judgment in Taiwan

The Chicago Bar Association Committee on International and Foreign Law held a meeting today featuring Judge Chih-Hong Tsai (who in the U.S. also goes by the name of Henry Tsai).  He gave an interesting presentation on "How to Enforce an American Judgment in Taiwan."  This was his first presentation in the United States, and I am glad that my colleague Professor Juli Campagna of The John Marshall Law School  was able to arrange the talk and to serve as host of today's meeting.

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Henry's presentation was excellent. It was very easy to understand and follow. Thank you, Henry!

Posted by: Lisa Zulanas | Sep 12, 2009 10:31:08 AM

It is my honor and distinct pleasure to have given my first legal professional presentation in the U.S. to the members of Chicago Bar Association Committee on International and Foreign Law. I also appreciate that the Chicago Bar Association gave me such a wonderful opportunity.

When I was preparing my presentation, I realized how important it is to increase the understanding of other jurisdictions. Lawyers have an important duty to fulfill.

Thank you to everyone who attended the presentation, including Professor Mark Wojcik of The John Marshall Law School who posted the message about the program on this blog.

Posted by: Henry Tsai | Sep 13, 2009 6:57:21 PM

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