22May
By: Tom & Karina On: May 22, 2018 In: International Litigation, Service of Process Comments: 0

In 2017, a Supreme Court opinion made some believe that international service of process by mail was a good idea. But as a recent case demonstrates, proving ISOP by mail was proper can be difficult.

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09May
By: Tom & Karina On: May 9, 2018 In: International Litigation, Service of Process Comments: 0

Although the Russian Federation is a signatory to the Hague Service Convention, service of process from the United States to Russia does not occur pursuant the Convention.

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10Apr

When serving a foreign manufacturer, always issue service of process directly pursuant to the Hague Service Convention, Inter-American Convention on Letters Rogatory, or via an old-fashioned Letter Rogatory, unless you are certain the entity being served is a wholly-owned subsidiary.

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29Mar

Tunisia is the newest signatory to the Hague Service Convention. Tunisia joins just five other African countries as members of the Hague Service Convention.

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21Mar
By: Phil On: March 21, 2018 In: Service of Process Comments: 0

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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06Nov

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

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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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14Jul
By: Tom & Karina On: July 14, 2017 In: International Litigation, Service of Process Comments: 0

A not uncommon issue arising with international service of process under the Hague Service Convention is what an attorney should do when a Central Authority or foreign court rejects service upon a defendant. In re Takata, MDL No. 2599 (S.D. Fla. 2017), the special master appointed to review this...

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