Default Judgment Entered Against Iran In Trade Dress Case Vacated By D.C. Judge

Default Judgment Entered Against Iran In Trade Dress Case Vacated By D.C. Judge

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Islamic Republic of Iran did not waive its sovereign immunity under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA) in a trade dress infringement dispute over helicopter designs, a District of Columbia federal judge ruled Sept. 25 (Bell Helicopter Textron Inc. v. Islamic Republic of Iran et al.,  No. 06-1694, D. D.C.).

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