The case of the day is Lewis v. Dimeo Construction Co. (D. Mass. 2014). James Lewis sued Hilti Corp., a Liechtenstein corporation, for negligence in the manufacture and design of a “powder actuated tool,” and his wife, Nicole, sued Hilti for loss of consortium. Lewis served process on Hilti via registered mail and received a signed return receipt. Hilti challenged the service, and Lewis moved for an order approving the service nunc pro tunc, or in the alternative granting leave to re-serve the summons and complaint by registered mail under FRCP 4(f)(3). Liechtenstein is not a party to the Hague Service Convention.