The National Law Journal – International Arbitration: A Special Report
C. Mark Baker and Efren C. Olivares
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The proponents of American exceptionalism may well delight in an increasingly popular provision of U.S. federal law: 28 U.S.C. 1782, which allows parties to seek discovery in federal court for use in legal proceedings before “foreign or international tribunal(s).” Provisions like this do not abound around the world, and foreign and even U.S. parties may even be unaware that this one exists.
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C. Mark Baker
Efren C. Olivares