Letters Blogatory in 2015

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Readers, here are the most read posts of the last year (excluding the blog’s home page, of course, and excluding index pages). Pietro Franzina’s post on the Recast of the Brussels I regulation tops the charts again.

  1. The Recast of the Brussels I Regulation. The title of this post by Pietro Franzina is self-explanatory. This has been top of the lists for a few years now.
  2. Case of the Day: Sea Search Armada v. Columbia. This 2013 post got a ton of visits when the Colombian government recently announced it had located the wreck of the Spanish treasure galleon San Jose.
  3. Ghostwriting the Lago Agrio Judgment: The New Forensic Evidence. This post, by contributor Doug Cassel, gives a Chevron-friendly look at the evidence for the contention that the Lago Agrio judgment was ghostwritten. My own recent post on Judge Guerra, the main witness to the ghostwriting, didn’t make the list (it was #11), but check it out.
  4. Oral Argument at the Second Circuit in Chevron v. Donziger. Self-explanatory title, but this post also includes a backgrounder on the entire case.
  5. US Court Approves International Service of Process by Facebook. Contributor Chris Neumeyer’s 2013 look at FTC v. PCCare247. My own view is somewhat more critical.
  6. Case of the Day: Nanda v. Nanda. I have no idea why this somewhat nondescript 2012 post made the list.
  7. Case of the Day: Sea Search Armada v. Columbia. Another post on the San Jose story.
  8. Case of the Day: Autodesk v. ZWCAD. Again, I have no real idea why this one was so popular.
  9. Update on the Hague Service Convention in Mexico. A 2012 post on improvements in Mexico’s practice under the Service Convention.
  10. Case of the Day: Fraserside IP LLC v. Youngtek Solutions Ltd. A 2012 post, and one of several cross-border cases I’ve written about arising in the “adult entertainment” industry.

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