Carnival Points To Texas Ruling To Escape Cuban Dock Suit

Law360 (August 5, 2020, 5:58 PM EDT) -- Carnival Corp. has urged a Florida federal court to consider a recent Texas ruling that tossed a lawsuit against American Airlines as the cruise company seeks dismissal of a suit accusing it of trafficking in confiscated property at Cuban dock facilities nationalized by the Castro regime.

The Miami-headquartered cruise giant pointed to a Northern District of Texas federal judge's Monday opinion in Glen v. American Airlines Inc., which found that plaintiff Robert M. Glen lacked Article III standing to sue because he didn't suffer "an injury in fact" and failed to satisfy the preconditions to suit under Title III of the...

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