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United States Court of International Trade
Earliest opinion dated 1980
Frequency: /As received from/the court;
Update Schedule: Updated regularly - Atypical update schedule | as received from the court
Description: The US Court of International Trade Cases (CIT) file contains cases from the United States Court of International Trade. Also contains abstracts from the United States Court of International Trade Decisions dated 1981 through 1988.
The downloadable "Patent Litigation in Europe" from the EPO provides flowcharts showing the judicial process for patent related matters in the courts for each of the European Patent Convention member states.
The report also provides some pages of textual information in its 126 pages for each member country. The report is free, but an Email address needs to be submitted.
The Foreign Law Guide offers "...information on sources of foreign law, including complete bibliographic citations to legislation, ... and selected references to primary and secondary sources...". A brief section describing the national court system is included at the beginning of the country entries for most, if not all, of the countries covered.
Browse the Countries list at the bottom of the page for the specific country of interest to you.
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