Service of Process Under The Hague Service Convention: A US Perspective

In two recent posts, we looked at the attitude of German courts to service under the Hague Convention in the context of default judgments, and of judicial review of foreign service requests. Today’s guest post by Ted Folkman of Letters Blogatory complements this little series, adding the US perspective in a US-German litigation: Oak Point Partners v. Lessing (N.D. Cal. 2012) illustrates how a US court deals with defences raised by a German defendant with respect to service: Continue reading