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Supreme Court Reaffirms that Forum-Selection Clauses Are Presumptively Enforceable

19 December 2013
Mayer Brown Article

Forum-selection clauses are common, and highly useful, features of commercial contracts because they help make any future litigation on a contract more predictable for the parties and, in some cases, less expensive. But what procedure should a defendant use to enforce a forum-selection clause when the defendant is sued in a court that is not the contractually selected forum?

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