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The U.S. Supreme Court Rules That U.S. Discovery Under 28 U.S.C. 1782 Is Unavailable For Use in Most International Arbitrations

Global, USA - June 15 2022 On 13 June 2022, in ZF Automotive v. Luxshare, the U.S. Supreme Court held unanimously that 28 U.S.C. § 1782 does not allow discovery for use in most…

David W. Bowker, Rachael D. Kent, Abigail Thompson

Key Arbitration Considerations After ICSID Rule Update

Global, USA - April 7 2022 On March 21, a comprehensively updated set of rules and regulations for International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes arbitration…

Sam Winter-Barker

Member States Approve Amendments to ICSID Rules and Regulations

Global, USA - March 22 2022 On 21 March 2022, a comprehensively updated set of rules and regulations for ICSID arbitration, conciliation, and mediation proceedings was approved…

Sam Winter-Barker

Will the Uncertainty Around the Availability of Section 1782 Discovery in International Arbitration Proceedings Ever Be Resolved?

USA - September 17 2021 In international arbitrations, the parties’ ability to obtain documents and testimony from the opposition…

Sam Winter-Barker

ICSID Publishes New Materials on Mediation in Investment Disputes

Global, USA - August 5 2021 In the investor-State context, consensual alternative dispute resolution (ADR) has long been viewed as an aspirational endeavor. Where a foreign…

Clara Reichenbach