VENUE – A dispute involving ownership of textile manufacturing equipment between a South Carolina company and several Mexican entities was dismissed by the district court, which ruled that this “international brouhaha” is better suited for litigation in Mexico. The Fifth Circuit affirmed, finding that Mexican law allows DTEX to pursue significant damages, and a number of non-party potential witnesses are Mexican citizens who would not be subject to compulsory process. See ruling.
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