As seen in the Daily Business Review, Gunster business litigators Jorge D. Guttman and William K. Hill co-authored an article about a recent ruling from the Federal Court of Appeals and its impact on international arbitration. The ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit determined Section 1782 can now be applied to private, commercial arbitration, thereby broadening its usability in international arbitration.
Guttman’s practice is focused on complex business litigation and arbitration. He is dedicated to the successful representation of his clients’ interests using an approach that is objective, favors productive communication and, where appropriate, balanced compromise. His experience includes obtaining multiple multi million-dollar judgments, awards and settlements over the course of his career.
Hill is a seasoned business advocate, litigator and trial lawyer with more than three decades of experience. He continuously strives to resolve complex disputes in and out of court throughout the country. He focuses on representation that reflects his perseverance and determination to resolve matters quickly, efficiently and thoroughly. He represents clients in complex cases, including class actions and international arbitrations.
Read the full article: Sixth Circuit: Section 1782 Applies to Private Commercial Arbitration (Article is available to read with a DBR subscription)