In This Issue:
..“Gray-Market” Goods Now Less Gray
Practice Area Notes:
..Trial Practice Update
..Structured Finance Litigation Update
..Russia Litigation Update
..White Collar Litigation Update
..AIG Freed from Edge Act Jurisdiction Hook
..Quinn Emanuel Helps Pro Bono Tenants Obtain Valuable Settlement in Tenant’s Rights Case
..Victory for YouTube and Google in Landmark Digital Copyright Case
..Arbitration Victory on Motion to Vacate
Noted with Interest:
..Supreme Court Provides More Guidance on Class Certification Requirements
Excerpt from “Gray-Market” Goods Now Less Gray -
Companies selling goods internationally frequently seek to maximize their profits by charging different prices in different countries in response to national market conditions. Often, goods sold in the United States can be purchased more cheaply abroad. As a consequence, arbitrageurs attempt to purchase the lower-priced goods abroad and re-sell them in the United States at prices below those demanded by their manufacturers.
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Topics: AIG, American Express v Italian Colors Restaurant, Arbitration, Business Litigation, Class Action, Class Certification, Copyright, Edge Act, Exports, Fifth Amendment, Google, Gray Market Goods, Lanham Act, Motion to Vacate, New Legislation, Pro Bono, SCOTUS, Settlement, Tariffs, Tenants, The Copyright Act, White Collar Crimes, YouTube
Published In: Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, Criminal Law Updates, Intellectual Property Updates, International Trade Updates
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