LLS recently received a rejection notice from the Chinese Central Authority predicated on Article 13 of the Hague Service Convention.

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International service of process and the taking of evidence overseas require specialized expertise.

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Herein we focus on the issue of waiver and alternative service in CSPC Dophen Corporation v. Zhixiang Hu.

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International subrogation should not be overlooked by insurers as a source for recovering their own losses. Even when a loss is caused by an “Act of God,” insurers are wise to consider how third parties may have contributed to the resulting damages.

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By: Tom On: February 22, 2021 In: International Service of Process Comments: 0

Koch Minerals is a complex case made all the more difficult due to a regime change in Venezuela.

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SCOTUS opinion in Federal Republic of Germany v. Philipp all but closes the book on Nazi-looted art cases.

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By: Tom On: January 20, 2021 In: Chinese Central Authority, International Service of Process Comments: 1

The CCA’s level of service has been substantially improving in numerous ways.

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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: 1

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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