Supreme Court Blocks Order Compelling Company to Hand Over Documents to Chinese Manufacturer-US News | The Epoch Times

The Supreme Court stayed a lower court’s order on Oct. 27 that would force a Michigan company to hand over documents to a Chinese manufacturer that’s disputing the value of the assets of the company’s German parent company that it purchased in 2017. In the case, ZF Automotive U.S. Inc. v. Luxshare Ltd., court file 21-401, the high court is being asked to resolve a split between federal courts of appeal on whether parties in private arbitration outside the country remain able to avail themselves of U.S. courts’ power to compel the production of evidence. The Supreme Court was recently poised to consider such a question but Servotronics Inc v. Rolls-Royce PLC, a case with some similarities, was dropped. The case had been scheduled for oral argument on Oct. 5. The high court dismissed the legal proceeding on consent on Sept. 29. In the case at hand, the petitioner, Michigan-based ZF …

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