21Mar

When dealing with international service of process, attorneys should be cognizant of the different rules regarding waiver of service by defendants.

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27Feb
By: Katherine On: February 27, 2018 In: Domestic Litigation, Legal Discovery Comments: 0

Business litigation is common, and that's why it's important to learn about legal document discovery. Being prepared for legal document discovery does more than put your mind at ease — it can protect you from legal penalties if a claim arises!

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30Jan
By: Katherine On: January 30, 2018 In: Evidence Taking, International Litigation Comments: 0

The answer to this question, like any associated with international service of process and evidence taking, is complex and varies among different countries. This is because the Convention requires the Hague Request to defer to the laws and procedural norms of the State in which they are to be executed.

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04Jan
By: Guest On: January 4, 2018 In: Evidence Taking, Legal Transcription Comments: 0

The Hague Evidence Convention is considered to provide an additional means by which the parties may collect evidence abroad. However, from the German perspective, the use of the Hague Evidence Convention is mandatory with respect to evidence taken in Germany for foreign proceedings.

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06Nov
By: Tom On: November 6, 2017 In: Hague Service Convention, International Service of Process Comments: 0

Determine whether service of process was properly effected on your client via the Hague Service Convention.

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17Oct
By: Tom On: October 17, 2017 In: Depositions, Evidence Taking, Legal Discovery Comments: 0

Is a voluntary deposition of a willing witness in your client's best interest?

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08Aug
By: Tom On: August 8, 2017 In: Evidence Taking, International Litigation Comments: 0

Is it possible to gain access to evidence located in Russia? The short answer is yes if a request for judicial assistance from a court in Russia is made and granted, but the devil is in the details of such requests.

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01Aug

If the nation-state is on its way out, is it time for international law attorneys to rethink international service of process?

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26Jul

Attorneys tend to think that the international service of a subpoena is analogous to international service of process. In reality, though, the two are quite different.

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18Jul

Legal Language Services and other Hague Convention member countries have noticed that the time required to effect service of process in China via the Chinese Central Authority has substantially increased in the last six to nine months and currently is in excess of a year.

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