Jay Carson Featured in Federal Bar Association Newsletter

Tuesday October 8, 2019 Published in Litigation
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On its face, the Sixth Circuit’s 2-1 decision in Calphalon v. Rowlette, 228 F.3d 718 (2000), presents the “go-to” case for a defendant contesting personal jurisdiction. It has been cited by courts 506 times since it was decided and again, on its face, moves to restate the established requirements for personal jurisdiction. To learn more download the article.

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