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How to serve a (cowardly) Nazi with a lawsuit

When nail ‘n’ mail doesn’t work. Because you can’t find a doorway upon which to nail it. Definition of Nail and mail–Nail and mail service is the posting of the notice on the person’s home and then mailing him a … Continue reading

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Service via Facebook? OK, says judge.

Given my own difficulties in serving the defendants in my lawsuit, I was amused to read this in the New York Law Journal. It’s clear, though, that the judge said OK to serving this divorce action on Facebook only because … Continue reading

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Serving your complaint on the defendants: the process server

Usually we plaintiffs have limited awareness of what happens when our lawyers finish our complaints. We go to their offices and sign the verification on the last page, swearing that the complaint contains the truth as we know it. After … Continue reading

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