January 27, 2020

Section 1782 Subpoenas: What Happened to Due Process?

Client Alert
TJ Auner | Andrew B. Derman | Andrew Melsheimer

U.S. Company receives a discovery subpoena —a court order commanding the company to provide testimony at a deposition or to disclose documents, or both. If U.S. Company wants to challenge the subpoena as a whole (it imposes an undue burden), it needs to file a motion to quash before the deadline for performance.

READ: Section 1782 Subpoenas: What Happened to Due Process?

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