NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – French genome engineering company Cellectis said last week that the Paris Tribunal de Grande Instance has dismissed a lawsuit filed against it by Genoway in January.

The third chamber of the Tribunal de Grande Instance returned a verdict stating, among other things, that a contract between Cellectis and Genoway was terminated on December 30, 2008; that the under-license products detained by Genoway must be destroyed; and that an audit of Genoway's accounts is to be resumed in order for Genoway to pay sums owed to Cellectis.

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