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1782 Discovery Applications Now Permitted In A ‘Reasonably Contemplated’ Foreign Judicial Proceeding
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit recently affirmed a decision by the Southern District of Florida that substantially expanded a litigant’s ability to obtain discovery in aid of a foreign proceeding.
United States
7 Feb 2014
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New Court Ruling Renders U.S. Anti-Subsidy Law Inapplicable To China
A U.S. Federal Court has ruled that existing law does not allow U.S. companies to seek relief against imported goods from China that benefit from Chinese government subsidies.
United States
2 Jan 2012
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Human Rights and Patents: ITP V Coflexip Stena Offshore
ITP had sued Coflexip in Scottish Courts for infringement of its patent for a heat insulated pipe-in-pipe assembly for use in pipelines to be laid on the seabed for the purpose of transporting oil products. ITP’s patent was held valid both before the Opposition Division of the European Patent Office and before the Lord Ordinary in Scottish proceedings.
European Union
28 Jan 2005
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