The case of the day is Subotich v. Travelers Property Casualty Co. of America (E.D. Wis. 2017). Michael and Jennifer Subotich sued Matt Palazsynski, who was in China. They attempted service via the Central Authority, and when they received no response for a year, they moved for entry of a default judgment. Palazsynski submitted a notice from the People’s Court of Liuyang, which would have been responsible for effecting service, stating that it had never received the papers and had not served them. The court nevertheless granted the motion for default judgment.