If you have been following any of my other posts on s1782, then you might find this one of interest.

The team at Akin Gump talks about how on December 7th 2020, parties and practitioners in international commercial arbitration came one step closer to resolving the threshold question of the applicability of 28 U.S.C. § 1782 to international commercial tribunals. Take a read of their piece to learn more. I would also recommend scrolling down to the section entitled client considerations in the shifting landscape too as this is some great background.

I have said a great deal on this subject before regarding s1782 where people use US Discovery laws to get data in arbitrations. 

For more on U.S.C. § 1782, see my previous posts below:

https://amonsocial.alvarezandmarsal.com/post/102gbrq/new-developments-in-u-s-discovery-in-aid-of-foreign-arbitration

https://amonsocial.alvarezandmarsal.com/post/102gk1i/second-circuit-reaffirms-that-section-1782-discovery-is-not-available-in-aid-of-p