Readers, there were two new developments in the Changzhou SinoType case yesterday. First, the Chinese government sent a letter to the Department of Justice expressing its objections to the California court’s decision permitting service by postal channels in China in a case where the Hague Service Convention applied. The letter was dated Sunday. I’d like to give a special shout-out to Rick Simpson of Wiley, who was counsel to the amici curiae and who was willing to handle the mechanics of getting my supplemental brief to the Supreme Court yesterday; I was out of commission for Yom Kippur. Thanks, Rick!