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Commenting for Westlaw on the US Supreme Court’s unanimous decision that litigants of private overseas arbitration proceedings may not seek a U.S. court order for discovery from American parties, Houston principal Lisa Houssiere said, “While the Supreme Court decision hampers parties’ ability to obtain evidence in the U.S. for international arbitration proceedings seated abroad, the decision ensures that parties to private international arbitrations do not have broader access to federal-court discovery than parties to private domestic arbitrations.” Read the article here.


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