A great deal of attention has been devoted to Year 2000 legal developments during the past two years. However, much less is generally known about how the legislatures, courts, and administrative agencies of other countries are addressing the Year 2000 problem and its many legal ramifications.

This is a potentially serious gap in our understanding. An increasing number of Year 2000-related judicial decisions, laws, regulations, and official legal interpretations are emerging in Europe and elsewhere in the world. American entities with significant overseas interests will be well-advised to understand how they may be affected by these developments.

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