Phila. Judge Rejects Jurisdiction Over N.J. Plaintiff's Suit

, The Legal Intelligencer


The state Court of Common Pleas lacks personal general jurisdiction over a Delaware corporation headquartered in Connecticut when a New Jersey plaintiff failed to show that the company purposefully distributed its products in Pennsylvania, a Philadelphia judge has ruled.

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Originally appeared in print as Phila. Judge Rejects Jurisdiction Over N.J. Plaintiff's Lawsuit

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  • Curt Simmons

    The Judge was clear that Plaintiff's counsel failed to make a record. A website printout is not enough. Call it lazy or incompetence, but it looks like the Plaintiff's attorney screwed up and the umpire made the right call.

  • Kibitzer

  • Kibitzer

    That's funny since they have a manufacturing operation in Franklin, PA and a "Corporate Office and Technology Center" in Cranberry Township PA

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