Professor Robin Effron spoke to Law360 about the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent refusal of a case concerning foreign manufacturers’ lawsuits. The case regarded a lawsuit by Bombardier Inc., a Canadian company, against the Canadian unit of Dow Chemical Co., an American company. Experts, including Professor Effron, argue that this decision will make future lawsuits involving foreign companies complicated for years to come. “Even if you were to make an argument that the law is clear if you were to follow the plurality, the underlying rationale is pretty unclear itself,” she said.
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