SCOTUS Grants Cert. on Whether 28 USC Section 1782 Provides for Discovery in Aid of Foreign Arbitration

The Supreme Court has agreed to resolve a major split on whether 28 USC Section 1782 provides for discovery in aid of private, foreign, commercial arbitration or only covers cases administered by governmental arbitration forums.

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