By Norma García Guillén and Serena Martinez

In May 2009, the California Court of Appeal for the Fourth District decided a case that essentially upholds service of a foreign entity’s subsidiary in California is sufficient to effect service, in spite of the Hague Convention requirements. This will undoubtedly change the process by which foreign companies may be served in California, especially in these difficult economic times.
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