Some 27 years ago we raised the question whether U.S. judgment creditors could reach (a) information concerning and (b) assets of their non-U.S. judgment debtors by serving garnishment summonses and interrogatories upon local branches of international banks. See John T. Hundley, Long Arms and Foreign Pockets: Can Multinational Financial Organizations Be Used to Subject Alien Defendants to the Enforcement of Illinois Judgments?, Chicago Bar Ass’n Record 24 (Sept. 1990).

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