Tag: subpoena

  • Case of the Day: Genger v. Genger

    The case of the day is Genger v. Genger (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 2015). There were two related actions involving Orly Genger and Sagi Genger. Presumably they had a family dispute of some sort, though the opinion doesn’t give details of the underlying dispute. In one of the actions (call it “Action 1”), Sagi Genger attempted……

  • Belfast Project: Court of Appeal Rejects Rae’s Argument

    The Court of Appeal in Belfast has dismissed Winston “Winkie” Rae’s application to quash the decision of the Director of Public Prosecutions to seek to obtain Rae’s Belfast Project interview tapes by way of an MLAT request to the United States. While it does not seem the judgment has yet been published, the court has……

  • Belfast Project: Rea Obtains Stay On Appeal

    According to news reports, the Court of Appeal in Belfast has stayed the government’s attempts to get a hold of the Winston “Winkie” Rae Belfast Project interview tapes.

  • Case of the Day: NML Capital v. Argentina

    The case of the day, NML Capital v. Republic of Argentina (D. Nev. 2014), is a small corner of the Argentine sovereign debt debacle. NML, the victorious judgment creditor, sought to take post-judgment discovery in Nevada in aid of its judgment under FRCP 69.

  • Case of the Day: Republic of Argentina v. NML Capital

    Yesterday the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Republic of Argentina v. NML Capital. Just to avoid confusion, this is not the case about whether Judge Griesa got it wrong when he issued an injunction forbidding Argentina to favor holders of new debt over the holdout owners of defaulted debt. The Court denied Argentina’s……