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USA—judge denies section 1782 application in support of DIFC-LCIA arbitration in food app dispute (Food Delivery Holding v Barnes & Thornburg)

USA—judge denies section 1782 application in support of DIFC-LCIA arbitration in food app dispute (Food Delivery Holding v Barnes & Thornburg)
Published on: 19 May 2021
Published by: Law360
  • USA—judge denies section 1782 application in support of DIFC-LCIA arbitration in food app dispute (Food Delivery Holding v Barnes & Thornburg)
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Law360: Days after a DC federal court permitted a Luxembourg company’s application for information to assist with a Dubai International Finance Centre-London Court of International Arbitration (DIFC-LCIA) arbitration initiated by the founder of Saudi Arabia’s largest food delivery app, a judge in California has denied a parallel petition targeting the business law firm Barnes & Thornburg LLP made pursuant to section 1782(a) of Title 28 of the US Code (section 1782) (also cited as 28 USC § 1782). or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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