Takata trustee avoids service under the Hague Convention

The trustee of a compensation trust set up as part of Takata’s Chapter 11 plan has been allowed to serve an adversary proceeding on a Japanese insurance company’s US counsel, after a Delaware court found the costs of complying with the Hague Convention for service overseas would reduce funds available to victims of its faulty airbags.


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