Lisa Freeburg and Theodore Freeburg, Plaintiffs-Appellants v. International Port Services, Inc., Defendant-Appellee

Brief of Appellee to affirm Order of Dismissal based upon lack of Personal Jurisdiction

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This document is Appellee's Brief seeking to affirm the Douglas County District Court's dismissal pursuant to Rule 12(b)(2) lack of personal jurisdiction. Appellee, a Washington corporation was granted dismissal under Rule 12(b)(2) when a Nebraska couple sought relief alleging breach of contract in the Nebraska District Court. The District Court held:

1. That the evidence failed to show that IPS had substantial or continuous and systematic business contact with Nebraska sufficient to warrant the exercise of general personal jurisdiction.

2. That the evidence was insufficient to prove that IPS purposefully directed its activities at Nebraska.

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Published In: Civil Procedure Updates

Reference Info:Appellate Brief | State, 8th Circuit, Nebraska | United States

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