FSIA Exception Applies In Austrian Injury Suit: 9th Circ.

Law360, New York (September 26, 2012, 5:11 PM EDT) -- The Ninth Circuit held Wednesday that its 2009 ruling on a Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act matter can be applied to lawsuits involving sovereign immunity exceptions that were not explicitly addressed in that ruling, upholding the dismissal of a personal injury suit against an Austrian railway.

The majority of a three-judge panel applied the court's decision in John Doe v. Holy See to Carol Sachs' case against Austria and its national railway, the OBB Personenverkehr, after she was injured from falling through a gap in the platform...
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