Month: August 2014

  • Letters Blogatory Mentioned In Rolling Stone

    Alexander Zaitchik has published an article on the Chevron case in Rolling Stone. Actually, the article doesn’t mention Letters Blogatory, but it does reference a FOIA document I have written about here.

  • On Vacation

    Letters Blogatory is on vacation this week! We’ll be back beginning September 1.

  • 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), […]

  • Case of the Day: In re Berlamont

    The case of the day is In re Application of Berlamont (S.D.N.Y. 2014). Franck Berlamont applied for leave to serve a subpoena under § 1782 in order to obtain a transcript of testimony Rajiv Jaitly gave in a deposition in an earlier New York case, Rembaum v. Banco Santander. The deposition had, apparently, taken place […]

  • Case of the Day: Astronics Advanced Electronic Systems v. Lufthansa

    The case of the day is Astronics Advanced Electronic Systems Corp. v. Lufthansa Technik AG (9th Cir. 2014). AES sought discovery from Lufthansa in the Western District of Washington. It was particularly interested in obtaining a license agreement between Lufthansa and an unnamed third party. The discovery was in aid of a litigation pending in […]