Event Details


United States | November 05, 2020

A team of our international disputes lawyers will examine the controversial law, 28 U.S.C. § 1782. This law opens the doors of US courts to parties in litigation and arbitration cases outside US borders to conduct potentially broad, American-style discovery against businesses or individuals located in the US. Whether you are for it or against it generally depends on whether you are on the taking or receiving end, but either way, it will benefit you to understand the availability and scope of US discovery in aid of foreign disputes. We will also give a brief example of how our team was able to trace hundreds of millions of dollars in wire transfers by applying this law.

Norton Rose Fulbright speakers

Thomas Hall, Co-Head of Dispute Resolution and Litigation, New York

Kevin O' Gorman, Office Administrative Partner, Houston

Anne Rodgers, Partner, Houston

Lena Serhan, Associate, Houston 


Co-Head of Litigation and Disputes, New York
Head of Arbitration, United States Partner-in-Charge, Houston
Of Counsel