Complications with Serving Process on Foreign Defendants

While it was once a rare problem, it is increasingly common for plaintiffs these days to be forced to deal with the complications of serving process on foreign defendants. This can become an issue when serving process against foreign corporations, such as in cases involving international commerce, or against individuals when they travel to the United States and commit a tortious act. Plaintiffs hoping to bring a lawsuit against foreign defendants should be mindful of these complications, or else risk losing their case based on procedural delays or errors. Continue reading “Complications with Serving Process on Foreign Defendants”