In Appel, the Plaintiff concocted a scheme to circumvent the need for Hague service upon the Israeli defendant.

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Will the Gamboa opinion change the way service in Germany can be effected?

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By: Tom On: December 2, 2020 In: International Service of Process Comments: 0

Improperly serving a defendant (also known as defective service) is a tactic often deployed to avoid the need to translate documents.

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By: Chelsea On: November 20, 2020 In: Legal Translation Comments: 0

While translation of consumer contracts is inarguably a good business practice in its own right, it is increasingly a legal requirement in a number of US states. On September 25, 2020, the California state government passed AB 3254 — a law expanding the translation requirements for consumer contracts negotiated...

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By: Tom On: November 9, 2020 In: Hague Service Convention, International Service of Process Comments: 0

Service to Latvia must be pursuant to the Hague Convention. But unique rules apply.

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By: Victor Hertz On: October 26, 2020 In: Legal Interpreting Comments: 0

A look at why VRI is becoming an important tool for modern legal and medical professionals.

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LLS has for a while now discouraged our clients from serving corporate defendants via the UK's Central Authority.

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By: Tom On: October 1, 2020 In: Hague Service Convention, International Service of Process Comments: 0

Service of process cases involving Cuba can arise in multiple international venues.

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In March 2020, the Philippines signed on to the Hague Service Convention. It goes into effect October 2020 with some uncertainties.

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By: Tom On: September 8, 2020 In: International Litigation Comments: 0

What determines "habitual residence" in international child abduction cases?

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