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As we discussed in a previous post, under 28 U.S.C. section 1782, a party to litigation in a foreign (non-U.S.) country can seek discovery for use in that litigation in a U.S. federal district court. This authority is conditioned on the following: (1) the person from w...

You or your client just won a multi-million dollar award after a long jury trial. Naturally, it is now time to enforce the judgment and collect what is due. But there is a catch. You do not know where the judgment debtor has assets. You heard through the grapevine that...

Can a Hague Evidence Convention application be filed prior to commencing a lawsuit?

For example, company "A" is contemplating filing a lawsuit against company "B" for patent infringement. Prior to commencing a lawsuit, company "A" is interested in gathering additional e...

One of the lesser known but more powerful tools available to parties in litigation outside the U.S. is section 28 U.S.C. §1782 (“section 1782”). Under section 1782, a party to a litigation in a foreign (non-U.S.) country can seek discovery for use in that litigation in...

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