E-Survey – USMBA/DRC’s on the Recognition and Enforcement of Final U.S. Judgments and Arbitral Awards in Mexico
USMBA / DRC requests your assistance in it’s research initiative on the recognition and enforcement of final U.S. judgments and arbitral awards in Mexico.
The subject of the recognition and enforcement of final U.S. judgments and arbitral awards in Mexico has long been characterized by the presence of speculation and the absence of empirical substantiation. Consequently, little is known about the way this crucial aspect of the larger United States–Mexico relationship works in actual practice. The USMBA/DRC research initiative seeks to rectify this disconnect by using the present survey for the purpose of elucidating:
(i) the accuracy of the conventional wisdom that final U.S. civil monetary judgments/arbitral awards are not transmitted to Mexico for subsequent recognition and enforcement, and
(ii) the substantive and procedural tendencies associated with downstream recognition and enforcement actions (assuming final U.S. civil monetary judgments/arbitral awards are, in fact, transmitted to Mexico).
Robert M. Kossick, Jr., Esq.
Principal Investigator, USMBA/DRC Research Initiative on Recognition and Enforcement of Final U.S. Judgments and Arbitral Awards in Mexico830.221.7187.