RBGG’s Michael Freedman argued an appeal in the Ninth Circuit on December 20, 2018, about whether international litigants can obtain discovery in the United States to access private email account information. Modern litigation crosses international boundaries and litigants often seek discovery of information in the United States for use in litigation in foreign countries. At issue in this case is whether litigants in the United Kingdom can force an internet service provider to disclose private email account information even though the litigation in the United Kingdom is over. The case is Khrapunov v. Prosyankin, Ninth Circuit No. 18-16254. Video of the hearing is available here.