The concept of personal jurisdiction refers to a court’s authority to order a defendant to answer legal claims filed in a particular state. “Lack of personal jurisdiction” is a powerful defense that will not only get the defendant out of the case at the very outset but also deter any future cases brought against that defendant in the same state.
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There are two matters currently before the U.S. Supreme Court that could potentially change the future landscape in the defense of vehicle manufacturers in product liability lawsuits here in the United States.
Continue Reading U.S. Supreme Court’s Upcoming Decisions Address Stream of Commerce Plus Theory – Does Plaintiff’s Accident Arise from Defendant’s Conduct Within the State?