1782 (MDCCLXXXII) was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Saturday of the Julian calendar, the 1782nd year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 782nd year of the 2nd millennium, the 82nd year of the 18th century, and the 3rd year of the 1780s decade.
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Events. January 13 – Friedrich Schiller's first play, the revolutionary melodrama The Robbers (Die Räuber), causes a sensation in Mannheim at its first performance. Schiller, a military doctor at the time, is arrested for attending the performance without having permission to leave his regiment.
1782 Saigon massacre From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 1782 Saigon Massacre was a massacre of ethnic Chinese carried out by the Vietnamese Tây Sơn rebels under the leadership of Nguyễn Nhạc in 1782 in the city of Saigon, which is modern-day Ho Chi Minh city.
- The Intel decision
- Use of Section 1782 versus use of the Hague Evidence Convention
- Who has been filing Section 1782 applications?
- Controversy regarding Section 1782 discovery
- Remaining areas of uncertainty concerning Section 1782
The type of evidence that may be obtained under Section 1782 includes both documentary evidence and testimonial evidence.
For many years, district courts and appellate courts disagreed as to 1. the scope of permitted discovery under Section 1782, 2. who may request section 1782 discovery, 3. at what stage of a non-US proceeding a section 1782 order may be granted, 4. the meaning of the statute's term "tribunal," and 5. whether an applicant under section 1782 needs to show that the requested evidence would be "discoverable" in the foreign jurisdiction.
The subject matter of Section 1782 – obtaining evidence in the US for use in legal proceedings outside the United States – overlaps to some extent with the subject matter of a treaty to which the US and approximately sixty nations are signatories, the Hague Evidence Convention.
In the post-Intel era, most applications under section 1782 have been filed by companies from England, Germany, and other European countries. There has been an increase in recent years in applications from Middle Eastern countries. Other than Japan, few Asian litigants have filed section 1782 applications in recent years. In 2010, Chevron Corporation filed several section 1782 applications to obtain evidence in connection with the defense of product liability claims brought against it in the Rep
Not all American lawyers or businesspeople believe that section 1782 discovery is a good thing. The United States Chamber of Commerce has expressed concerns as to the burden upon American businesses in having to comply with orders to produce evidence under Section 1782. That concern was echoed by Justice Stephen Breyer in his dissent in the Supreme Court's Intel decision. Justice Breyer stated that "discovery and discovery-related judicial proceedings take time, they are expensive, and cost and
The appellate courts are divided as to whether an arbitration constitutes a private tribunal for purposes of 1782 discovery. The Second and Fifth Circuits have held that an arbitration does not fall within the definition of tribunal. The 11th Circuit, however, has rejected the reasoning of its sister courts and has held that an arbitration is a foreign tribunal. The case law so far is split as to whether a section 1782 order may compel a person located in the United States to produce documents t
The Constitution of 1782 is the series of legal changes which freed the Parliament of Ireland, a parliament established by and subordinate to the Crown of England, of legal restrictions that had been imposed by successive Norman, English, and later, British governments on the scope of its jurisdiction.
Wikipedia Pākehā: Kaihautū whenua, 1782; Wikipedia Pākehā: Rārangi kōrero mō te taiao o Aotearoa; BrainyHistory: 1782 ...
1782 Central Atlantic hurricane: The third-rate ship of the line, which had been wrecked by the hurricane, was set afire and abandoned off Newfoundland. Her crew were rescued by Belle , Ellen (both Great Britain ), Silver Eel ( Great Britain ) and other vessels.