February 2, 2017 Dispute Resolution & Arbitration, Judgement Enforcement, International Law (United States Fourth Circuit) - In a case in which a creditor secured a judgment securing in Iraq for non-payment of a promissory note and sought to have a recognized in federal district court, the district court's judgment that the judgment was not entitled to recognition given that the parties had agreed to arbitrate their disputes, is vacated where genuine issues of material fact remain as to whether the debtor lost his right to arbitrate by utilizing the Iraqi judicial process.
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