The case of the day is Gorsoan Ltd. v. Bullock (Fla. Cir. Ct. 2020). I came across the case on the website of friend of the blog George Benaur. I wrote about a related § 1782 proceeding in July 2020. The question in the case was whether the Florida courts should recognize and enforce a Mareva injunction, i.e., an asset-freeze injunction, entered by a court in Cyprus. The injunction was interlocutory. The Florida court enforced the Cyprus injunction on the grounds that, in general, foreign decrees should be enforced unless contrary to public policy, without undertaking the traditional analysis courts use in deciding whether to enter a preliminary injunction. I am not sure that the ruling is correct, although I do not say that…

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