Canada v. Merlini: Cert. Denied
The Supreme Court denied Canada’s petition for a writ of certiorari in the Merlini case, the case I brought against the government of Canada on behalf of a worker at the Canadian consulate injured on the job. You can read all my prior coverage here.
Canada v. Merlini: Brief in Opposition Filed
For those of you following the Merlini litigation, the case of the worker injured on the job at the Canadian consulate in Boston, here is the brief in opposition I filed today. Because the other side will get the chance to file one more brief at this stage, I will not comment on the brief […]
Update: Canada v. Merlini
For those of you who have been following the Merlini case, the case of the American worker injured on the job in the Canadian consulate, here is Canada’s cert. petition. Note that Canada has added Gordon Giffin, the former US Ambassador to Canada, to its list of counsel.
Case of the Day: Tracfone v. CNT Wireless
The case of the day is TracFone Wireless, Inc. v. CNT Wireless, LLC (S.D. Fla. 2019). TracFone accused the defendants of an “unlawful international mobile telephone trafficking scheme.” It sought leave to serve subpoenas on non-parties in Canada. The case is similar to TracFone Wireless, Inc. v. Technopark Co. (S.D. Fla. 2012), which I described […]
Case of the Day: Sucesores de Done Carlo Nuñez v. Société Générale
The case of the day is Sucesores de Done Carlo Nuñez y Doña Pura Galvez, Inc. v. Société Générale S.A. (S.D. Fla. 2019). The case was a Helms-Burton Act case. Banco Nuñez sought leave to serve process on the Bank of Nova Scotia and the National Bank of Canada, both Canadian firms, and Banco Bilbao […]