Sanofi-Aventus US Inc et al v. Federal Express Corporation

Plaintiff: Sanofi-Aventus US Inc and Sanofi-Pasteur Inc
Defendant: Federal Express Corporation
Case Number: 9:2008cv00596
Filed: February 20, 2008
Court: South Carolina District Court
Office: Beaufort Office
County: Beaufort
Presiding Judge: Sol Blatt
Nature of Suit: Commerce ICC Rates, Etc.
Cause of Action: 49:11702(a)(4) Violations of Interstate Commerce A
Jury Demanded By: None

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Plaintiff: Sanofi-Aventus US Inc
Represented By: S Scott Bluestein
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