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Case of the Day: Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. v. Holloway Motor Cars of Manchester

The case of the day is Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. v. Holloway Motor Cars of Manchester, LLC (N.H. 2014). Several automobile dealers, including Holloway, filed a protest with the New Hampshire Motor Vehicle Industry Board, alleging that Mahindra & Mahindra, a car manufacturer in Mumbai, had violated a New Hampshire statute by wrongfully terminating an exclusive distribution agreement with Global Vehicles U.S.A., Inc., a firm which, in turn, had contracted with the dealers for the right to sell Mahindra & Mahindra cars. The Board is an administrative agency of the New Hampshire government. It has adopted rules of procedure to govern adjudicative cases. The Board entered a default judgment, and Mahindra appealed to the Superior Court, claiming that it had never properly been served with process.
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Case of the Day: Title Trading Services v. Kundu

The case of the day is Title Trading Services USA, Inc. v. Kundu (W.D.N.C. 2014). The claim was for misappropriation of intellectual property. The defendant, Arindam Kundu, who resided in India, moved to dismiss for insufficient service of process, and the plaintiff, Title Trading Services USA, moved for leave to serve Kundu via email and via service on his US lawyer.
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Case of the Day: Sikhs for Justice v. Singh

The case of the day is Sikhs for Justice v. Singh (D.D.C. 2014). This is the third Sikhs for Justice case we’ve considered. The first, Sikhs for Justice v. Nath (S.D.N.Y. 2012), involved an attempt to serve process on the defendant inside the Indian consulate. The second, Sikhs for Justice v. Badal (7th Cir. 2013), involved a case of mistaken identity in service of process. Today’s case involves head of state immunity.
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