If you are an attorney needing assistance with serving an out-of-state subpoena in Georgia, I have covered the basic steps in my article, Best Practices for Issuing Subpoenas: Depositions of Georgia Residents in Cases Pending Out of State, published in the Georgia Bar Journal. If you need help in Georgia or need to enforce a subpoena in Georgia for an out-of-state case, I can help. I offer this this service at a flat rate.
If you are involved in a foreign or international proceeding and need to engage in discovery in the U.S., the judicial assistance statute at 28 U.S.C. § 1782 could come into play. This statute authorizes federal district courts to issue an order permitting discovery of a person residing in that federal district. If the person or company that you need testimony or documents from resides in the Northern District of Georgia, then I can help with the application under this statute.
Whether you are an individual or a business, if you have been served with a Georgia subpoena, I can review your options in responding to that subpoena. Even when you are not a party to a case, the parties involved can seek both documents and testimony from you. But you may have valid objections to that subpoena, and I can help you present those objections timely and properly to the court.