Tag: Greece

  • Case of the Day: Daskin v. Knowles

    The case of the day is Daskin v. Knowles (Del. 2018). The wife was a dual citizen of the US and Greece. She and the husband, a Greek citizen, married in Delaware in 1990 and lived together in Greece until 2015. In 2015, the wife moved back to Delaware permanently due to marital problems. She […]

  • Case to Watch: Molla Sali v. Greece

    Longtime readers will know I am interested in the interplay between religious law and civil law. A good example was just argued in the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights. The facts of Molla Sali v. Greece are these. Mr. Molla Sali, a Muslim Greek national, left his entire estate to his […]

  • Serving Process on US Defendants in Greek Proceedings: A Case Law Survey

    Contributor Apostolos Anthimos has a nuts-and-bolts post about Greek caselaw on the Hague Service Convention in US-related cases. In my previous post, I presented two recent decisions of Greek courts on the application of the 1965 Hague Service Convention in Greece. Following that post and the release of my recent book on service of process […]

  • On the Application of the Hague Service Convention in Greece

    Today Letters Blogatory welcomes the first contribution from new IJA Brigade member Apostolos Anthimos, a Thessaloniki lawyer and a member of the LLM visiting faculty at the International Hellenic University. Welcome, Apostolos! His maiden post covers two recent Greek cases on the Hague Service Convention. The Hague Service Convention was ratified by the Hellenic Republic […]

  • Case of the Day: H-D Michigan v. Hellenic Duty Free Shops

    The case of the day is H-D Michigan v. Hellenic Duty Free Shops (7th Cir. 2012). We first saw this trademark licensing dispute on September 27, 2011, when the question was whether the judge could extend a temporary restraining order past the ordinarily permitted time in order to allow the plaintiff, H-D Michigan LLC, a […]