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Protecting Due Process: Proskauer Files Amicus Brief on Behalf of Mother Seeking to Protect Her Child

Domestic violence survivors and their children who flee a perpetrator to a foreign country often face a unique legal challenge:  a petition to return the children to the country they fled, and back into the perpetrator’s control, under the Hague Convention on Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.  The Hague Convention provides a cause of … Continue Reading

Psychological Abuse Is a Form of Grave Harm Under the Hague Convention

A team of Proskauer attorneys, on behalf of 12 leading non-profit organizations specializing in advocacy for victims of domestic violence, drafted an amicus brief in support of a mother seeking to uphold a district court’s determination that her child would be subject to a grave risk of harm were he to be returned to his … Continue Reading
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