Fordham Law School Adjunct Professor Geoffrey Sant spoke with China Daily about a U.S. judge’s decision to hold a Chinese firm in contempt over drywall.
“I’ve seen at least in other cases – these kinds of contempt decisions – and it can often put a lot of pressure on the defendant to resolve the case. It affects you in many ways. You’re affected both in the current case and in future litigation because courts will look at you as having been held in contempt and distrust you,” he said.
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