Supreme Court To Revisit Circuit Split over Discovery in Aid of International Arbitration

The ALI Adviser

30 Dec 2021

J. Alexander Lawrence, Craig Celniker, Timothy Blakely, Sarah Thomas, Daniel Levison, and Geary Choe authored an article featured on The Ali Advisor analyzing the United States Supreme Court decision to revisit arguments on whether U.S. discovery in international arbitration is covered under Section 1782. This comes after the Circuit courts have become “increasingly divided on whether the definition includes foreign-seated private commercial arbitral tribunals.”

“Because the uncertainty regarding Section 1782 continues to loom large,” the authors wrote, “the Supreme Court now has a second chance to resolve the circuit split on this important issue.”

Read the full article.



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