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Service by Email: The future of process serving?
You Can Run But You Can't Hide!...Process Serving "True" Story

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Service by Email: The future of process serving?
One of the amazing things about technology is the way it takes root in our lives, often growing and proliferating far beyond its originally intended purpose. Email is a perfect example. Once used only by the few, it has become ubiquitous and is now a primary communication tool in business, government, education, entertainment, commerce, and personal circles. In fact, email may well represent the future of process serving.

As reported recently in the Saipan Tribune, federal courts are giving the nod to service by email, at least when a subject is recognized as deliberately elusive and striving to evade service of process.

"The federal court has allowed the former trustee of JLH Trust (Junior Larry Hillbroom) to serve via email and registered mail the summons and his cross-claim against attorney Barry J. Israel, one of Hillbroom's former lawyers.

 

U.S. District Court for the NMI judge Frances M. Tydingco-Gatewood ruled that Israel appears to be "an elusive international defendant, striving to evade service of process." [Source: Saipan Tribune, July 12, 2011]

 

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You Can Run But You Can't Hide!

Process Serving "True" Story
Author/Server: Matt Hilpert  
 

 

For several months we had been on the trail of a subject who was actively avoiding service of papers for legal fees owed to an attorney. We had attempted to contact the subject at several different addresses at varying times of the day and days of the week. He was clearly very motivated to avoid service; he would eventually find out that we were more motivated to complete it.

After a lot of networking we tracked down a cell number for the subject and actually spoke with him on the phone. The subject advised that he was out of state in Montana for a few months and said he would call upon his return. Did we put his case on hold and wait for his call? Absolutely not! We continued to search for any relevant news of his activities, and sure enough, the attorney we were working for called with a tip that the subject we were trying to serve would be at a fireworks stand that he (the subject) owned.

Although the subject didn't know that I would show up there looking for him, I knew that he was habitually vigilant and avoidant, so I meandered through the tent shopping for fireworks. When I finally made my selections and went to purchase them I asked the cashier if the subject was in. The cashier said that ...  Read more

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