A California woman who bought a Eurail pass from a Massachusetts company and was badly injured trying to board an Austrian train may not sue the state-owned company in this country, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
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An earlier version of this article misstated that the woman bought a Eurorail pass. They are more commonly known as Eurail passes.
In a 9-0 decision, the justices said the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act generally bars lawsuits against foreign governments and their agencies in this country, and it is not waived simply because a foreign traveler bought her...