US Supreme Court concludes that the Hague Service Convention allows service of foreign process by mail (except when it doesn’t)

In Water Splash, Inc v Menon, the US Supreme Court examined the question of whether the Hague Service Convention prohibits service of process by mail on non-US parties sued in US cases. The US Supreme Court unanimously found that service by mail is permissible where: (1) the receiving state has not objected to service by…

via US Supreme Court finds that Hague Service Convention does not prohibit service of process by mail in US lawsuits — Herbert Smith Freehills – Litigation notes

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