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SCOTUS Opinion: Court Refuses To Narrow Personal Jurisdiction Over Claims Against Global Companies

  The case of Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Judicial District Court involved two separate accidents, both resulting from alleged defects in Ford cars. Each case was brought in the state where the accident occurred. Ford argued that those state courts could not have personal jurisdiction over Ford because the cars in question were not shown to have been designed, ... Read More