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    The First Annual International Litigation Skills Conference: Cross Border Discovery: Letters Rogatory, Hague Evidence Convention, Blocking Statutes [CC]

    The First Annual International Litigation Skills Conference: Cross Border Discovery: Letters Rogatory, Hague Evidence Convention, Blocking Statutes [CC]
    CLE 75 min

    The First Annual International Litigation Skills Conference: Cross Border Discovery: Letters Rogatory, Hague Evidence Convention, Blocking Statutes [CC]

    Cross-border litigation challenges include obtaining documentary evidence from a country outside of the forum. Experts discuss how to obtain documents from a party or non-party that is based in a foreign jurisdiction, how well do foreign courts support discovery as it is known in the United States, and other important questions.

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      05/25/2026

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    The best case could be in jeopardy, if there is no effective access to evidence. In a global world, one of the challenges in cross-border litigation is obtaining documentary evidence from a country outside of the forum. State sovereignty and effective gathering of evidence could be polarizing issues. Additionally, different legal systems could clash.

    How do you obtain documents from a party or even non-party that is based in a foreign jurisdiction? Which treaties or statues could apply? What are the requirements and procedures? Do foreign courts support extensive discovery as it is known in the United States, and vice versa? What are the costs and how much time does the process usually take? What rights do parties have?

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    Moderators

    Thomas Rohner

    Product Code

    IC2105LITW4OLC

    Duration

    75

    Publication Date

    5/26/2021 12:00:00 AM

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