The Hague Convention has not solved all of the problems in transnational service of process. Much of the difficulty has centered on the US preference for service by mail, a method of minimal expense.
Joseph F. Weis Jr.,
Service by Mail—Is the Stamp of Approval From the Hague Convention Always Enough?,
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