Foreign state sponsors of litigation should lose sovereign immunity from being sued

Donald Kochan, professor of law at Antonin Scalia Law School, opines that foreign adversaries who engage in third-party litigation funding should be stripped of the sovereign immunity they get from being sued in U.S. courts, arguing that if these nations believe that the courts are a good enough place to invest their money, they cannot be too risky a threat to their sovereignty so as to be entitled to be immune from suit in them. Read more.