US Supreme Court rules in favor of Costa Rican firm
A US Supreme court decision has set an important precedent in disputes between Costa Rican firms and the foreign companies they represent.
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
The court rejected a certiorari, or revision, plea brought by Japan's Canon, which its being sued by its former representative in Costa Rica, Lantech.
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Costa Rica's Banco Nacional has been sentenced to pay compensation to 66 notaries for alleged breaches in finalizing their contracts.
Two lawsuits against the Bank of Costa Rica, based on fraudulent transactions on the Web, ended with sentences against the bank.
After four years of litigation against the State of Costa Rica for having invalidated all operating permits, Cementos David has obtained a ruling from the Constitutional Court which allows it to resume operations.
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