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Discovery in Cayman Islands Litigation

In this guide Harneys considers the scope of a party’s duties with respect to the discovery of documents in Cayman Islands litigation. "Discovery", the process by which documents that are relevant to the issues raised...more

1782 Discovery Applications Now Permitted in a ‘Reasonably Contemplated’ Foreign Judicial Proceeding

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit recently affirmed a decision by the Southern District of Florida that substantially expanded a litigant’s ability to obtain discovery in aid of a foreign proceeding. The...more

Compelled Waiver of Foreign Bank Secrecy for Discovery of Records Abroad

There are many branches, agencies, and subsidiaries of foreign banks licensed to conduct banking business here in New York. These foreign-bank offices are often the targets of civil discovery requests seeking production of...more

Trade Secret Owners Flock to the International Trade Commission to Combat Overseas Misappropriation

The International Trade Commission (“Commission”) has seen a spike in investigations related to the misappropriation of trade secrets since the Federal Circuit’s determination in TianRui Group Co. Ltd. v. U.S. Int’l Trade...more

Federal Appellate Court Finds Key U.S. Discovery Tool Can Be Used to Aid Foreign Arbitrations

The Eleventh Circuit, the federal appellate court for the southeast region of the U.S. including Florida, in In re Consorcio Ecuatoriano de Telecomunicaciones S.A., recently decided a case with broad implications for foreign...more

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