The Hague Evidence Convention Revisited: Reflections on Its Role in U.S. Civil Procedure
A reworking of the basic terms of the Hague Evidence Convention is proposed. Under current law, US courts typically do not employ the Convention's evidence-taking mechanisms when ordering discovery from either a litigant or a witness subject to the court's subpoena power.
Gary B. Born,
The Hague Evidence Convention Revisited: Reflections on Its Role in U.S. Civil Procedure,
57 Law and Contemporary Problems
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