LIMA—Rivero Mestre co-sponsored an event at the Swissotel Lima in Peru on March 16. Jorge A. Mestre moderated a panel in which Amanda M. McGovern and Victor A. Mayorga spoke about the legal framework for application of forum non conveniens and the use of 28 U.S.C. § 1782 to obtain discovery in aid of foreign proceedings. CMS Hasche Sigle co-sponsored the event and participated by speaking about international arbitration. A cocktail party followed the presentation.
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