I say all the time that we ain’t building rockets when serving process abroad.  For the most part, that’s correct… until it comes time to sue a Chinese party.  It often makes absolutely no sense to sue on this side of the Pacific, and litigators would be wise to talk to Dan Harris at Harris

The Hague, Netherlands.  November 10, 2016.

I’m in the small city in Holland that is both the Dutch political capital and the center of global  jurisprudence.  Home to the International Court of Justice, it is also where some three dozen international agreements—the Hague Conventions—have been formulated to harmonize cross-border legal doctrines in private law

(… or, if you will, “How to not have to hire Viking Advocates when the contract sours.”)

Let’s get the disclaimers out of the way.  One, this advice is legal in nature, but it is not offered to a specific person.  It is general information meant to provide perspective, to highlight the vulnerabilities in