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Section Newsletter Articles on Service of Process

Foreign service of process: A foreign procedure to some By Amber L. Bishop International and Immigration Law, July 2018 Service of process on individuals in a foreign country may seem difficult at first blush, but there is a clear process for getting service accomplished. You just have to know where to look to find the answers.
Foreign service of process: A foreign procedure to some By Amber L. Bishop Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, April 2018 Service of process on individuals in a foreign country may seem difficult at first blush, but there is a clear process for getting service accomplished. You just have to know where to look to find the answers.
Preserving substitute service with the testimony of the process server By Ken Stalkfleet Civil Practice and Procedure, June 2016 The Appellate Court’s recent decision in Abbington Trace Condominium v. Christine McKellar serves as a reminder of how little needs to be done to preserve substitute service in some cases.
Supreme Court resolves split on meaning of election board service of process By Tracy Douglas Administrative Law, November 2015 The case of Bettis v. Marsaglia resolved the split among the appellate courts about how to comply with serving an electoral board with notice of a lawsuit seeking judicial review.
Service by certified mail: Who has the burden of proof when the respondent claims he was never notified of the administrative proceeding (or what do you do when the Green card doesn’t come back)? By Andrew Creighton Administrative Law, June 2004 Many statutes governing administrative proceedings permit personal jurisdiction on the respondent by certified or registered mail service of process.

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