China's Wuhan Lab Can Be Sued Over COVID-19 Origins, but Can a Defendant Be Haled Into US Court?

Lawsuits against China over the pandemic have turned to diplomatic channels to send service of process to the Chinese government, which has refused to respond on immunity grounds. But not all the defendants are governmental entities, according to the lawsuits, including the Wuhan Institute of Virology now at the center of a renewed U.S. intelligence investigation.

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