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

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

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By: Tom On: September 3, 2020 In: Hague Service Convention, International Service of Process Comments: 0

In the July 2020 Fingerhut opinion we see yet another court torture the Hague Convention rules.

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By: Tom On: August 25, 2020 In: International Service of Process Comments: 0

When effecting service on a foreign corporation, when must said service be pursuant to the Hague Service Convention vs through a domestic subsidiary?

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By: Tom On: August 20, 2020 In: Depositions, Legal Discovery Comments: 0

Wang v Hull sheds light not only on taking evidence in the PRC, but also on how the judiciary views taking depositions anywhere outside the US during the pandemic.

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Austria published its reservations and declaration to the Convention in July. Here are those reservations along with our comments.

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By: Tom On: August 7, 2020 In: Evidence Taking Comments: 0

A Congressional hearing in July 2020, documented conflicting opinions on China's involvement with cybercrime.

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By: Autumn On: August 3, 2020 In: Legal Translation Comments: 3

If you require legal translation, it's important to know whether you need the document certified, notarized, or sworn. Not sure of the difference between these three types of translated documents? Read on to learn the basics.

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By: Tom On: July 30, 2020 In: International Service of Process Comments: 1

Central Authorities, like all businesses & governmental organizations, have been negatively impacted by COVID-19.

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By: Tom On: July 21, 2020 In: Evidence Taking Comments: 2

How does Schrems II impact the ability to take evidence from European witnesses?

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By: Tom On: July 20, 2020 In: International Service of Process Comments: 0

The case of Densys Ltd. v. 3Shape Trios A/S provides proof that mail service comes with a heavy toll.

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