Katie Burghardt Kramer
DGW Kramer LLP
Katie Burghardt Kramer is a litigation partner at DGW Kramer LLP, a law firm headquartered in New York. Ms. Kramer focuses her practice on complex litigation and arbitration matters on behalf of businesses and individuals, including appellate matters, with an emphasis on China-related disputes. Ms. Kramer began her career in the litigation department of an international law firm in New York and she clerked for two federal district court judges. She received her B.A. from Yale University and her J.D. from Stanford Law School.
Posts by Katie Burghardt Kramer
Back in June 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court resolved a circuit split on the applicability of Section 1782’s discovery tools for private commercial arbitration, and simultaneously addressed a related issue of Section 1782’s use in investor-state arbitration. The investor-state issue came to the Court in the case of AlixPartners LLP v. The Fund for Protection…Continue Reading
Discovery litigation regarding the impact of China’s Data Security Law (“DSL”), which took effect less than a year ago in September 2021, has steadily increased in U.S. courts, and it is likely to continue to increase over the coming months and years. One driver of this litigation is the uncertainty created by the newness of…Continue Reading
As a practitioner in commercial litigation with an emphasis on China-related cross-border disputes, I have been eagerly anticipating the Supreme Court’s decision in ZF Automotive US Inc. v. Luxshare, Ltd., resolving a circuit split on the applicability of Section 1782 discovery to private international arbitration. In this post, I share the practitioner’s perspective on what…Continue Reading