Article of the Day: Jie Huang on Recognition of Judgments In Hong Kong
In today’s article of the day, Conflicts Between Civil Law and Common Law in Judgment Recognition and Enforcement: When is the Finality Dispute Final?, 29 Wis. Int’l L. J. 70 (2011), Professor Jie Huang, of the Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade’s School of Law, examines the difficulties involved in recognition and enforcement of Mainland Chinese […]
Case of the Day: RECARO North America v. Holmbergs Childsafety Co.
The case of the day is RECARO North America, Inc. v. Holmbergs Childsafety Co. (E.D. Mich. 2011). RECARO, a child safety seat manufacturer, claimed that the defendants, Holmbergs Childsafety Co., a Hong Kong company, and its affiliates, Gnosjö-Gruppen AB and Holmbergs Childsafety AB, both Swedish companies, designed and manufactured the “A-locks” that it used in […]
Digest for April 13, 2011
Tracfone Wireless, Inc. v. Sunstrike International, Ltd. (S.D. Fla. 2011). Granting a motion to serve a Hong Kong company via letter of request to the central authority and via mail.
Case of the Day: Willis v. Magic Power Co.
The Blogatory case of the day is Willis v. Magic Power Co., a case involving service by mail under the Hague Service Convention. Willis brought a personal injury suit against Magic Power, a Hong Kong company, in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. She served the complaint by registered mail. Magic Power objected to service by mail. The […]