We haven't heard the term forum non conveniens since our days as a 1L in Civil Procedure, but the Third Circuit recently wrote a precedential opinion devoted to that one issue.
A claim that originated as an action between companies, through successive motions and allegations, actually boiled down to an action between two parties: Vadim Shulman and Akiva Sapir. Though both reside in Israel, because some of the business transactions touch on U.S. soil, Shulman sued Sapir in federal district court in Pennsylvania.
One of the motions before the court was a motion to dismiss based on forum non conveniens grounds, mentioning Israel as an appropriate alternative forum. The district court judge referred the matter to a Magistrate Judge, asking for a Report and Recommendation ("Report"). According to the report, the judge recommended the proper action would be dismissal on grounds of forum non conveniens, recommending Israel as the appropriate forum.