Foreign litigants in U.S. courts can find themselves caught between discovery orders formulated under the broad disclosure principles animating the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and far more restrictive privacy-driven laws of other countries in which they are located, forbidding the very disclosures required by U.S. court order.
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Obtaining discovery from foreign litigants: competing views on comity
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Senior Patent Counsel
Royal DSM NV