Korean Forum Non-Conveniens Doctrine under Korea’s Private International Law Act

The main law that governs international jurisdiction over cases in Korean courts is Korea’s Private International Law Act. A major amendment to the Act became law in July 2022. The prior law was criticized for leaving too much discretion to courts and not providing detailed rules regarding the application of international jurisdictional norms to Korean jurisprudence. The prior Korean Private International Law Act contained, only, one Article related to jurisdiction, while the present act contains 35 details provisions on international

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