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March 16, 2020

Government agencies may also be subject to Hague Evidence Convention proceedings. For example, in the course of U.S.-based litigation, a plaintiff may realize that an Israeli government agency may have relevant and important evidence regarding the defendant. That evide...

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...

January 19, 2020

When we think of the Convention of 18 March 1970 on the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Civil or Commercial Matters (the "Hague Evidence Convention" or "Convention") we generally associate it with factual testimony. See, in general, our past posts on this matter. In other...

Globalization has long become a fact that all professions need to cope with. Law is certainly no different. As we routinely point out, cross-border discovery is becoming an essential tool for litigators across the globe.

As our subscribers know, Israel is a signatory to...

September 11, 2019

In one of our recent posts we discussed how 28 U.S.C. §1782 allows a party to a litigation in a foreign (non-U.S.) country to seek discovery for use in that litigation in a U.S. federal district court.

This post will discuss under what circumstances a litigant in a non-...

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