March 23, 2016

Article: Lawsuits involving foreign state military

There have been several cases in U.S. courts involving foreign states’ militaries. I highlight several of these cases below to show how even a quintessential foreign sovereign activity – a country’s military conduct – can become involved in U.S. litigation […]

October 18, 2013

Case Watch: Abdulla v. Embassy of Iraq

On September 9, 2013, a federal court allowed a pro se plaintiff, Sallah Hamamin Abdulla, an opportunity to prove he is entitled to a default judgment against the Embassy of Iraq in Washington, D.C., which did not appear to defend […]

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