Can a citizen from another country file a lawsuit against a US citizen?
Yes ... but
A citizen of another country can sue persons in or from the USA
The problem is where is the lawsuit filed.
Filing away from the residence or outside the USA may not be legal or enforceable.
Me for example: USA citizen but permanent resident (legal) of Canada. You would have to file against me in Canada.
"Pending litigation" would usually refer to a civil lawsuit brought by a citizen or group of citizens against another person or group of persons. However, it could also refer to a criminal charge brought against someone by the government or the state. In general, or perhaps more specifically, it refers to legal cases that have not been "heard," or "tried" yet.
What are some practical considerations of taking legal action against a foreign business partner based in another country?
Does the Homestead Declaration in the State of Texas protect you from losing your home in a lawsuit?
Can you file a lawsuit against a college if the professors are not accredited for the courses they teach?
Can a counselor-teacher bring a lawsuit against a student and other counselor who conspired to have the student file a libelous complaint of discrimination?
Generally, filing a lawsuit against a casino is no different than filing against any other entity. It becomes tricky when the casino is on tribal lands. At that point, United States federal and state laws no longer apply. Each tribal casino will have their own procedures for filing a lawsuit, and should be contacted individually.
What was the outcome of the lawsuit Porter Wagoner filed against Dolly Parton and the subsequent counter suits?
Can you file a lawsuit against a teacher for talking about you as a parent in your child's school in the teacher's lounge and the hallway?
If the debtor has a lawsuit for damages AGAINST a person, that lawsuit becomes part of the BK and the BK trustee would have the power to settle/go to trial and keep any judgment for distribution to creditors. If the debtor is being sued by ANOTHER person, it would have to be listed in the BK petition, and the cause of action would be discharged (unless it involves debts that are non-dischargeable)