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Litigation Update: Supreme Court Limits Where Companies Can Be Sued


The United States Supreme Court has long recognized that a lower court may not assert personal jurisdiction over a defendant that has no connection to the state in which the court sits. Although state courts have loosely interpreted personal jurisdiction rules, a recent US Supreme Court ruling again emphasizes the limits of personal jurisdiction.

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