Sinochem International Co., Ltd. v. Malaysia International Shipping Corporation

Sinochem International Co., Ltd. V. Malaysia International Shipping Corporation

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Sinochem International Co., Ltd. v. Malaysia International Shipping Corporation

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Sinochem International Co., Ltd. v. Malaysia International Shipping Corporation, 549 U.S. 422 (2007), was a case decided by the United States Supreme Court, in which the court held a United States district court has discretion to respond at once to a defendant's forum non conveniens plea, and need not take up first any other threshold objection. In particular, a court need not resolve whether it has authority to adjudicate the cause (subject-matter jurisdiction) or personal jurisdiction over the defendant if it determines that, in any event, a foreign tribunal is the more suitable arbiter of the merits of the case.

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