Noerr-Pennington abroad on constitutional grounds. The basis for this decision being the chill on the exercise of first amendment rights, it cannot apply in foreign contexts where the Department has not voluntarily chosen to extend Noerr-Pennington.
Accordingly, the Judgment in this case will be modified to enforce the relevant paragraphs, PPC.7 and C.9 of CID 3756, C.6 of No. 3757 and C.7, C.8 and C.10 of CID No. 3758.
An appropriate order modifying judgment accompanies this memorandum opinion.
ORDER AMENDING JUDGMENT
For the reasons stated in the accompanying Momorandum Opinion, it is this 19th day of April 1982, hereby
ORDERED, that the Motion of the United States to Alter Judgment be, and it hereby is granted in part and denied in part, and it is
FURTHER ORDERED, that the Judgment of December 23, 1981 in the above-captioned case be, and it hereby is, amended such at PPC.7 and C.9 of Civil Investigative Demand No. 3756, PC.6 of Civil Investigative Demand No. 3757, and PPC.7, C.8 and C.10 of Civil Investigative Demand No. 3758 be enforced rather than deleted. The Judgment shall stand unaltered in all other respects.
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