Tag: Dubai

  • Case of the Day: Abdul Latif Jameel Transportation v. FedEx

    The case of the day is Abdul Latif Jameel Transportation Co. v. FedEx Corp. (6th Cir. 2019). The case is a big deal in the world of § 1782. One of the great open questions is whether a private international arbitral tribunal is a “tribunal” for purposes of the statute. There were some old cases […]

  • Case of the Day: Carson v. Griffin

    The case of the day is Carson v. Griffin (N.D. Cal. 2013). Fletcher Carson sued several defendants, including Walsh Griffin, Walsh Capital Group, Ivan Ahmed Azziz, Daniel Okwudili Nwankwo, Cisse Abdoulaye, and Ben Aka, on a variety of claims. I don’t attempt to summarize the claims of the pro se complaint. Griffin and Walsh Capital […]

  • Case of the Day: Injazat Technology Fund v. Najafi

    The case of the day is Injazat Technology Fund v. Najafi (N.D. Cal. 2012). Injazat and Hamid Najafi, an American, were both parties to an investment agreement with Broadlink Research FZ, LLC, a Dubai company. Najafi was Broadlink’s CEO. Under the agreement, Injazat agreed to buy 35% of Broadlink’s stock for $3 million. The agreement […]

  • Case of the Day: Shehadeh v. Alexander

    The case of the day is Shehadeh v. Alexander (Ga. Ct. App. 2012). Abdel Karim Shehadeh, Mark Alexander, and others were parties to an operating agreement for Hydrajet Technology, LLC, a Georgia limited liability company. Shahadeh and Alexander entered into a separate agreement under which Shehadeh was to purchase Alexander’s interest in Hydrajet. Litigation over […]