Happy birthday, Bob Marley. (We mean the transcendent reggae singer, not the Maine comedian.) Now let’s ..
Last week business took us to South Florida. Thank you business, as it was 50 degrees warmer in Miami ..
We’ve been chronicling the troubles that defendants have been having in getting Pennsylvania courts ..
A complaint gets filed in California naming hundreds of plaintiffs, only 20 of whom reside in California, ..
That part of this title is borrowed from a fellow blogger’s post does not at all detract from its fundamental ..
We are old enough to treasure the memory of sitting in a darkened movie theater with our mother and sisters ..
A federal court in Utah ruled the other day that it had no personal jurisdiction over a corporate parent, ..
We’ve discussed personal jurisdiction a lot on the Blog lately, and not so lately, and for good reason. ..
Bexis saw Bohemian Rhapsody last week and, as a result, is suffering from multiple Queen earworms. ..
Not long ago we published, as a guest post, a 50-state survey of state tolling statutes that governed ..
We have written a lot about personal jurisdiction. We certainly haven’t lacked for defense favorable ..
For at least forty years we’ve been hearing that soccer is going to supplant baseball, basketball, ..
These days, when the subject turns to victorious Philadelphia sports teams, most people think green, ..
A few weeks ago, we reported on another in a line of Missouri appellate decisions rejecting the ability ..
The other day Law 360 published a piece, “Bristol-Myers Unlikely To Shake Up Class Action Landscape,” ..
We’ve heard that we should welcome some new subscribers, who aren’t that interested in drug and device ..
Even if Bexis and McConnell like to sport overalls and tool around in souped-up tractors, we are not farmers. ..
We were reading the appallingly bad personal jurisdiction (and other things, but those aren’t what ..