Month: November 2019

  • Case of the Day: Hudson Insurance Co. v. Klamath Superior Motor Co.

    The case of the day is Hudson Insurance Co. v. Klamath Superior Motor Co. (D. Or. 2019). Hudson brought an interpleader action to resolve competing claims to a $40,000 motor vehicle dealer bond that it held. One of the claimants was Zachary Taylor, on active duty abroad with the Air Force. After the action was […]

  • Hague Conference a|Bridged Event: What I’m Thinking About

    If you haven’t already registered to attend the HCCH a|Bridged event on electronic technology and the Hague Service Convention on December 11 in the Hague, you should! I will be speaking on a panel with Katerina Ossenova of the Department of Justice and Emma Van Gelder of Erasmus University in Rotterdam, titled “The Prism: The […]

  • Case of the Day: Rose v. Rose

    The case of the day is Rose v. Rose (Mass. App. Ct. 2019). The husband, a citizen of France, and the wife, a citizen of the United States and Canada, were married in New York in 2011. Both worked as international officers for the United Nations, and they were “assigned to missions all over the […]

  • Case of the Day: Tracfone v. CNT Wireless

    The case of the day is TracFone Wireless, Inc. v. CNT Wireless, LLC (S.D. Fla. 2019). TracFone accused the defendants of an “unlawful international mobile telephone trafficking scheme.” It sought leave to serve subpoenas on non-parties in Canada. The case is similar to TracFone Wireless, Inc. v. Technopark Co. (S.D. Fla. 2012), which I described […]

  • Case of the Day: Sucesores de Done Carlo Nuñez v. Société Générale

    The case of the day is Sucesores de Done Carlo Nuñez y Doña Pura Galvez, Inc. v. Société Générale S.A. (S.D. Fla. 2019). The case was a Helms-Burton Act case. Banco Nuñez sought leave to serve process on the Bank of Nova Scotia and the National Bank of Canada, both Canadian firms, and Banco Bilbao […]