Turning first to the question of whether Zoetis has established that "an adequate alternative forum exists as to all defendants" in Mexico, the Court finds that Zoetis has met its burden. In determining whether the alternative forum is adequate, the Court must consider two factors: (1) whether the defendants are amenable to process there; and (2) whether the other forum's legal or procedural requirements would prevent the plaintiffs from litigating their claims. See Piper Aircraft Co. v. Reyno, 454 . 235 , 254 n. 22, 102 . 252, 70 419 (1981). Plaintiffs do not contest that Mexican law would provide an adequate forum for their claims, Opp'n at 12 n. 8, and both Zoetis and Pfizer have stipulated to jurisdiction in Mexico. Pfizer Mot. at 1; Zoetis Mot. at 6 n. 5. Thus, Defendants have satisfied both requirements.