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Supreme Court Clarifies When Service by Mail is Permitted under the Hague Convention

USA - July 12 2017 The Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters (“Hague Service Convention” or...

Does an Emailed Copy of a Complaint Start the 30-Day Removal Clock?

USA - September 26 2016 In today’s litigation practice, a defendant often receives a copy of a filed complaint before it is formally served with the pleading. Sometimes...

Supreme Court Reinforces Strict Rule On Citizenship of Unincorporated Entities for Diversity Jurisdiction to the Detriment of Publicly-Traded REITs

USA - March 18 2016 Article III of the U.S. Constitution extends the jurisdiction of federal courts to “controversies between Citizens of different States.” U.S...