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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

GT Wins Motion to Dismiss for Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc.

GT is pleased to have achieved a win on behalf of our client Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. In May 2018, a U.S. Federal District Court Judge from the Central District of California granted Teva’s motion to dismiss in its entirety without leave to amend. In April 2017, Plaintiffs commenced an action in California’s Riverside County … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig Number One in Number of Litigation Cases Handled in Past Years

According to a recent study conducted by Lex Machina, a leading US based legal analytics company, over the last eight and a half years Greenberg Traurig attorneys in the US have defended more commercial litigation cases than any other firm, and also filed more commercial disputes on behalf of plaintiffs. This achievement is enhanced by … Continue Reading
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