The July, 2018 issue of The Globe, the newsletter for the International and Immigration Law Section of the Illinois State Bar Association, which is edited by Lewis F. Matuszewich, has been published.  The articles include:

  • Editor’s note
    An introduction to the issue by the International and Immigration Law Section Council editor, Lewis Matuszewich.
  • Student outreach to Washington University in Saint Louis School of Law
    This past April, members of the International and Immigration Law Section Council met with law students at Washington University in St. Louis School of Law to present on careers in international and immigration law.
  • Case note: Jesner v. Arab Bank, PLC
    In Jesner v. Arab Bank, PLC, the U.S. Supreme Court held that foreign corporations may not be defendants in suits brought under the Alien Tort Statute.
  • Case note: Jenny Rubin, et al., Petitioners v. Islamic Republic of Iran, et al.
    In Jenny Rubin, et al., Petitioners v. Islamic Republic of Iran, et al., the U.S. Supreme Court held that 28 U.S.C. §1610(g) does not provide a freestanding basis to attach and execute against property of a foreign state when the immunity of the property is not rescinded under a separate provision of Section 1610.
  • Foreign service of process: A foreign procedure to some
    Service of process on individuals in a foreign country may seem difficult at first blush, but there is a clear process for getting service accomplished. You just have to know where to look to find the answers.
  • Canada looks to foster innovation, business growth with new IP strategy
    The Canadian government recently unveiled its long-awaited intellectual property strategy, which is designed to increase intellectual property awareness and foster an ecosystem that supports business growth, innovation, and competition.
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