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Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Costs. The Second Circuit has held that a district court was not restricted in any way from awarding a successful appellant as a cost the expense of obtaining a letter of credit in order to bond an appeal. The mandate of the appellate court does not have to specify what costs may be sought from the district court.

The decision in L-3 Communications Corp. v. OSI Systems, Inc. can be found here.

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