Darin Sands will serve as a panelist for an American Bar Association webinar discussing “Cross-Border Discovery — A Big Chess Game? Part 2: Asia-Pacific” on Thursday, April 27 from 10-11 a.m. PST. Globally, disclosure and privacy rules vary significantly from one jurisdiction to the next and often conflict with U.S. discovery rules. So, whether you are the propounding or producing party, cross-border discovery can seem like a big chess game; you need to understand a complex set of rules and see several moves ahead to make your next move your best move. In part two of this program, focusing on cross-border discovery from the Asia-Pacific region, the panel will offer their insights and practical advice from both the plaintiffs’ and defense perspectives.
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