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Did We Consent to Be Sued Here? An Update on Newest U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Personal Jurisdiction in Mallory v. Norfolk Southern Railway Company.

It is common knowledge that every state has some requirement that companies doing business in the state register to do so. However, under the most recent U.S. Supreme Court decision addressing personal jurisdiction, the mere act of doing so may constitute a company’s consent to be sued in that state for any cause of action, regardless of whether the case involves a citizen of that state or whether any of the conduct at issue in the case occurred in that state….
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