Tag: Discovery

The Supreme Court Limits 28 U.S.C § 1782 Discovery in Aid of International Arbitration author.

The Supreme Court Limits 28 U.S.C § 1782 Discovery in Aid of International Arbitration

Introduction 28 U.S.C. § 1782 (“Section 1782”) is a United States statute that allows parties to obtain discovery of documents...

By Brittany Munn
The SCOTUS “Arbitration Quartet” – What You Need to Know author.

The SCOTUS “Arbitration Quartet” – What You Need to Know

Introduction As our readers know, the Supreme Court just concluded a very busy Term that included an unprecedented five arbitration-centric...

By George Friedman
Unanimous SCOTUS Decides Southwest: Goes with the Flow on “Engaged” in Interstate Commerce author.

Unanimous SCOTUS Decides Southwest: Goes with the Flow on “Engaged” in Interstate Commerce

The Supreme Court has decided Southwest Airlines Co. v. Saxon, No. 21-309, ruling unanimously that the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) section 1 exemption of “workers engaged...

By George Friedman
Availability of Section 1782 Discovery in International Arbitration Proceedings – Will the Supreme Court Finally Have its Say? author.

Availability of Section 1782 Discovery in International Arbitration Proceedings – Will the Supreme Court Finally Have its Say?

Section 1782 of Title 28 of the United States Code (§1782) was enacted in 1964 to govern the authority of...

By Brittany Munn
Servotronics on Certiorari Petition: “Never Mind!” But Badgerow Oral Argument is Now Set author.

Servotronics on Certiorari Petition: “Never Mind!” But Badgerow Oral Argument is Now Set

This article first appeared on Securities Arbitration Alert, here. Just a month out from oral argument, Servotronics has notified the...

By George Friedman
Amicus Briefs Are Coming in on Servotronics. And Oral Argument Is Set author.

Amicus Briefs Are Coming in on Servotronics. And Oral Argument Is Set

This article first appeared in the weekly Securities Arbitration Alert of 22 July 2021 and is reposted here with permission....

By George Friedman
Distinguishing Discovery Procedures in Commercial Arbitration:  A Comparative Analysis of AAA and FINRA Rules author.

Distinguishing Discovery Procedures in Commercial Arbitration: A Comparative Analysis of AAA and FINRA Rules

This article first appeared in Securities Arbitration Alert, here. Introduction In civil litigation, discovery is the process by which parties...

By Ksenia Matthews

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