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Resolving disputes with foreign entities. Dick’s Sporting Goods learned in a dispute with a foreign insurer that U.S. courts won’t hesitate to send policyholders abroad to resolve their disputes. (Photo: Shutterstock)

It’s bad enough when an insurance company wrongfully refuses to pay a claim and a policyholder is forced to resort to coverage litigation to vindicate its rights. It’s even worse when a policyholder seeking to enforce its policy must initiate coverage litigation against a foreign-domiciled insurance company in an unfamiliar forum on the other side of the globe.

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