Tag: Bleier v. Bundesrepublik Deutschland

Bleier v. Bundesrepublik Deutschland: Service and Immunity

Today’s guest post by Ted Folkman of Letters Blogatory addresses the interplay of German and US courts in relation to service under the Hague Service Convention in a putative class action:  

The plaintiffs in Bleier v. Bundesrepublik Deutschland  claim that they are hold pre- WWII German bonds, on which Germany ceased making repayments in 1933.

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