04.20.16 | Articles, Books & Journals
Service of Process by Email on Defendants Located Outside the U.S.
New York Law Journal
A plaintiff seeking to serve a defendant located overseas can face substantial, sometimes insurmountable logistical challenges. In this article, we discuss several recent Southern District of New York decisions in which plaintiffs, frustrated by elusive defendants or uncooperative foreign governments, have been permitted to serve defendants through email under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 4(f)(3).
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