The case of the day is AIG Property & Casualty Co. v. Permanent Mission of Myanmar to the United Nations (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 2017). Gregory Callimanopulos owned a building abutting Myanmar’s mission to the UN. He claimed that his property suffered water damage after the mission negligently failed to maintain its plumbing. His insurer, AIG, paid a claim and then sued the mission as subrogee. AIG served process on the mission “by leaving a true copy with Rose Aikiraz, being authorized to accept legal papers stated.” Oops!