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U.S. case may open new venue for investor-state disputes

On Jan. 17, a U.S. citizen brought a $110 million lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia for damages caused by Curaçao and St. Maarten government actors. The ...


High Court discovery ruling will transform international arbitration’

The U.S. Supreme Court issued a rare unanimous decision on June 13 in a pair of consolidated cases that will have broad ramifications for international arbitration. In ZF Automotive US ...


U.S. Supreme Court considers whether domestic discovery applies to international arbitration proceedings

On March 23, 2022, the Supreme Court heard arguments on the challenges to whether international arbitrations, including private commercial arbitration and investor-state arbitration,...


Justice delayed, justice denied?

As the U.S. Supreme Court considers two cases involving the availability of discovery in international arbitration proceedings, a district court puts discovery in aid of arbitration on...


Supreme Court tightens standing requirements for class actions

On Friday, the Supreme Court issued a decision holding that all class members must prove Article III standing to recover individual damages. The opinion will be useful authority for...

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How Hogan Lovells paired with ACLU in challenge to male-only military draft The National Law Journal

Appellate veteran Cate Stetson of Hogan Lovells, along with senior associate Katherine Wellington and associates Danielle Stempel and Erin Chapman, were pro bono co-counsel with an ACLU...

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Neal Katyal Wants to Train Next Generation of Supreme Court Advocates National Law Journal

For former acting U.S. Solicitor General Neal Katyal, elevating the next crop of Supreme Court advocates at Hogan Lovells starts with getting them deeply involved in high court matters...

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