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Melissa E. Byroade
Melissa Byroade is an associate in Kelley Drye’s New York office. Her practice focuses on international arbitration and complex commercial litigation. Ms. Byroade’s broad experience includes matters concerning contract litigation, environmental law, securities litigation, bilateral investment treaty protections, the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, and the enforcement of foreign judgments in the United States. Ms. Byroade can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
First, should parties include limitations on discovery in their agreement to arbitrate? Second, in the alternative, are there times when a party should affirmatively stake out a right to discovery in the arbitration clause?
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