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Federal Court Denies Request of Foreign Companies to Conduct Discovery in the United States in Aid of a Foreign-Seated Arbitration

U.S. life sciences companies with ties overseas can be encouraged by a recent federal ruling that denied the request of foreign companies to conduct discovery in the United States in aid of a foreign-seated arbitration. On Jan. 14, 2020, Judge Maryellen Noreika for the District Court of Delaware denied an ex parte application for discovery in … Continue Reading

Does Section 1782 Apply to Discovery in Private International Commercial Arbitration Proceedings?

Life sciences companies should pay attention to an ongoing action in Delaware that could have implications for whether they can obtain (or be subjected to) U.S. discovery in international arbitration under 28 U.S.C. § 1782. Section 1782 is a powerful tool that permits litigants to obtain broad discovery in the United States for use in … Continue Reading
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