Republic of Sudan v. Harrison

(United States Supreme Court) – Addressed a question concerning a method of serving civil process on a foreign state. The Republic of Sudan argued that a mailing must be sent directly to the foreign minister’s office in the foreign state, not to the foreign state’s U.S. embassy. The U.S. Supreme Court agreed with Sudan’s argument in an 8-1 decision. Justice Alito delivered the Court’s opinion, in this case arising out of the 2000 bombing of the Navy vessel USS Cole.