The Nov. 7 Supreme Court arguments in Republic of Sudan v. Harrison will implicate issues of civil procedure, sovereign immunity, and statutory interpretation. At stake for the Republic of Sudan is $314 million in Sudanese assets. More broadly, however, the court’s decision could have ramifications for any nation, including the United States, that enjoys sovereign immunity.
Rutledge, Peter B. and Newton, Amanda W., "$314M and Sovereign Immunity Are At Stake in Upcoming High Court Case" (2018). Popular Media. 296.