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VOLKSWAGENWERK A.G. V. FALZON, 461 U. S. 1303 (1983)

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Volkswagenwerk A.G. v. Falzon, 461 U.S. 1303 (1983)

Volkswagenwerk A.G. v. Falzon

No. A-875

Decided April 29, 1983

461 U.S. 1303


Pursuant to this Court's Rule 44.4, under the "most extraordinary circumstances" of this case, an application to stay the Michigan state trial court's order in an action against applicant, a German corporation, directing the taking of depositions of a number of applicant's employees who reside in the Federal Republic of Germany, is granted pending the Michigan Supreme Court's disposition of an application there to stay the taking of the depositions.

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