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Third Circuit Addresses Bristol Myers’ Impact on Nationwide Actions Brought in Federal Court, Deepening Circuit Split

USA - March 13 2023 In 2017, the Supreme Court of the United States limited the venues in which plaintiffs can pursue mass-tort suits in Bristol-Myers Co. v. Superior…

Joel Kurtzberg, Samuel Weiner

First Circuit Addresses Bristol-Myers’ Impact on Nationwide Actions Brought in Federal Court

USA - April 15 2022 In 2017, the Supreme Court of the United States held in Bristol-Myers Co. v. Superior Court that the Due Process Clause of the U.S. Constitution…

Joel Kurtzberg, Samuel Weiner

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit Takes a Narrow Approach to Personal Jurisdiction Over Out-of-State Website

USA - February 17 2022 Now more than ever, courts are being asked to decide when website operators are subject to personal jurisdiction and can, therefore, be sued--a…

G. Kevin Judy II, Joel Kurtzberg

New York Court of Appeals Confirms Registration To Do Business Under Business Registration Statute Does Not Constitute Consent to General Jurisdiction

USA - January 7 2022 For more than a century, companies that registered to do business under state business registration statutes were deemed to have consented to general…

Joel Kurtzberg

The Supreme Court Holds That A Statutory Violation, Without Actual, Concrete Harm, Is Insufficient To Give Rise To Article III Standing

USA - November 10 2021 To establish standing under Article III of the Constitution of the United States, a plaintiff must demonstrate an injury-in-fact. The Supreme Court…

Joel Kurtzberg, Austin G. Popham