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The Blog of International Judicial Assistance

Letters Blogatory

The Blog of International Judicial Assistance

Digest: 10 January 2011

United States v. Barry Fischer Law Firm, LLC, Civ. A. No. 10-7997 (S.D.N.Y. Jan. 5, 2011). Where the plaintiff sought to serve a summons and

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Welcome!

Greetings! If you have an active civil or commercial litigation practice, you probably have come across more and more private international law issues in recent

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More Servotronics Action

Back in March 2020, the Fourth Circuit issued a decision in the Servotronics case, holding that courts had the power, under § 1782, to order discovery in aid of a private international arbitration outside the United States.

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Let the Sunshine In

Today’s I am unshakably upbeat and optimistic. I do not mind being corny today. America pulled off what seemed for a time like an impossible

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No Free Pass

We cannot give a free pass to any of Trump’s enablers, even once the new administration takes office. I have already written that the insurrectionary

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Officers with guns drawn in the House of Representatives

American Carnage

Like a lot of other people, I knew from before 2016 that Donald Trump would be a moral and political catastrophe for the country. Read

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