This is a case where Plaintiff alleged that Defendant infringed on Plaintiff's copyright material.
The Defendant (client) brought a Motion to Dismiss, arguing that personal jurisdiction was not appropriate in the State of California. The court agreed, and granted Defendant's Motion to Dismiss. The order discusses the often-litigated issue of personal jurisdiction in cyberspace.
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