Tag: Poland

  • Petition of the Day: Khochinsky v. Poland

    Alexander Khochinsky, an art dealer, seeks Supreme Court review of his abuse of process and Holocaust restitution claims against Poland.

  • Case of the Day: G2A.com v. United States

    The case of the day is G2A.com Sp. z.o.o. v. United States (D. Del. 2018). G2A was a Polish company. The Polish government requested judicial assistance from the US government under the US/Poland Tax Treaty in connection with a Polish tax investigation concerning G2A. Specifically, the Polish government sought evidence from the Corporation Trust Co., […]

  • Case to Watch: In re Abu Zubaydah

    Readers, you will want to keep an eye on In re Application of Zayn Al-Abidin Muhammad Husayn (Abu Zabaydah), a really interesting § 1782 application pending in the Eastern District of Washington. Abu Zabaydah was a key figure in the government’s pre- and post-9/11 efforts to fight Al Qaeda. I’m not going to detail the […]

  • Case of the Day: In re Application Pursuant to § 1782

    The case of the day is In re Application Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1782 (S.D. Ohio 2014). Sebastian Stygar was one of the shareholders and managing directors of several companies called the Lingaro entities. He claimed he had been wrongfully frozen out of the business, and he sought discovery from his two fellow principals, […]

  • Case of the Day: Alder v. Orłowska

    IJA Brigade member Fanny Cornette is back with a look a Alder v. Orłowska, a new case from the European Court of Justice on fictitious service of process or notification au parquet in the European Union. Readers may recall that the case came up in the comments to Peter Bert’s piece on The Hague Service […]