Causes of action involving nationals of different countries frequently give rise to jurisdictional problems. These problems become pronounced in cases where absence of the defendant from the jurisdiction where the cause is heard results in allegations of substantive or procedural prejudice to the defendant and in cases where the failure of the defendant to satisfy a judgment awarded against him creates a necessity for the plaintiff to take his case to another jurisdiction for execution.
H. A. Colclaser,
JURISDICTION IN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL AIR LAW CASES,
Mich. L. Rev.
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