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Case of the Day: Sobek Therapeutics v. SVADS Holdings

The case of the day is Sobek Therapeutics, LLC v. SVADS Holdings SA (M.D. Fla. 2014). The dispute revolved around rights to the NUPRIN mark. NUPRIN had previously been a brand name for ibuprofin, an over-the-counter pain medicine. Sobek sued SVADS seeking a declaratory judgment of noninfringement of the mark. SVADS, a Swiss firm, moved to dismiss for insufficient service of process.
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Case of the Day: Rishikof v. Mortada

The case of the day is Rishikof v. Mortada (D.D.C. 2014). Trudith N. Rishikof, a pedestrian, was struck and killed by a car driven by Kamal Mortada. Mortada was a deliveryman employed by the government of Switzerland and driving a Swiss government-owned vehicle. At the time of the accident, he was delivering a package from the Swiss embassy to the World Bank. Rishkkof’s estate sued Mortada and the Swiss state, claiming they were jointly and severally liable. Mortada moved to dismiss on grounds of immunity.
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