Marshall Islands asks 9th Circ. to revive nuclear treaty suit
SAN FRANCISCO, 14 APRIL 2017 (LAW360) — The Marshall Islands has asked the Ninth Circuit to revive its case alleging the U.S. has flouted legal obligations under a nuclear disarmament treaty, saying at a hearing Wednesday that as a party to the agreement, the Pacific nation has standing to sue over the United States’ failure to “show up” to negotiations. We’re sorry. You don't have permission to access this page. Please sign up to have full access to this page.