Foreign Courts and Rulings

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U.S. Appeals Court Blocks Florida Real Estate Law Restricting Purchases by Chinese

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a preliminary injunction against enforcement of a Florida law restricting real estate purchases by Chinese citizens. A hearing on the merits of the case is scheduled for April.

European Commission Investigating Subsidies to Chinese Train Manufacturer

On Friday, the European Commission announced the first ever in-depth investigation under its new Foreign Subsidies Regulation, targeting CRRC Qingdao Sifang Locomotive Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of CRRC Corporation, a Chinese state-owned train manufacturer.

Hesai Plans Lawsuit against Inclusion on Defense Department Blacklist

Hesai Technology, an electronics company headquartered in Shanghai, has said it will bring a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Defense in order to get itself taken off a blacklist of Chinese military companies.

Netgear Files Lawsuit against Huawei Alleging Antitrust Violations, Racketeering

Netgear, a California-based maker of Wi-Fi products, filed a lawsuit against Huawei in California federal court this week, claiming that Huawei violated U.S. antitrust law by refusing to license its patents on reasonable terms, and also alleging fraud, racketeering and other offenses for withholding patent licenses.

Solar Tariff Fight Continues at U.S. Court of International Trade

Litigation in U.S. court over the Biden administration's decision to put a two year pause on imposing tariffs on solar products is continuing, with new briefs filed that argue for dismissing the complaint by the U.S. producers of solar products.

OPPO and Nokia Settle on Patent Disputes

After a recent Chinese court ruling that sets a global license rate for 4G and 5G phones, Chinese phone maker OPPO and Finnish electronics company Nokia signed a global patent cross-licensing agreement, ending years-long legal disputes over patents for 4G and 5G technologies.

More Briefs Filed in Ninestar UFLPA Litigation

Litigation by Chinese company Ninestar and its subsidiaries over a U.S. government decision to include them on the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) Entity List continues, with new briefs filed by both sides.
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