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Join FisherBroyles’ International Arbitration and Litigation Partner Tiffany N. Comprés at the University of Miami Law School on November 12, 2021 to discuss the future of discovery in international commercial arbitration under 28 U.S.C. § 1782.

Oct 27, 2021
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FisherBroyles’ International Arbitration and Litigation Partner Tiffany N. Comprés is speaking about the The Use of Discovery in International Commercial Arbitration, at the University of Miami School of Law (in person!) on November 12, 2021, hosted by the UM Law International Arbitration Society. Professor Paula Arias will be mediating the discussion between four international arbitration practitioners. Given the existing circuit split that remains after the stipulation of dismissal in Servotronics v. Rolls-Royce PLC and Boeing, what appears to be the future of discovery in international commercial arbitration, and what should practitioners consider in seeking discovery under § 1782? Are there other methods practitioners should consider?

 

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