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Contaminated Oysters in Virginia Restaurant Enough for Jurisdiction Under "Stream of Commerce" Test

Contaminated oysters served at a Roanoke restaurant were placed in the "stream of commerce" by a Connecticut seafood supplier, and thus served as the basis for the Western District of Virginia to exercise personal...more

Wading Through The Stream Of Commerce: When Can Foreign Manufacturers Expect To Be Subject To Specific Jurisdiction In United...

The question of whether a court may exercise personal jurisdiction over foreign product manufacturers on the basis of introducing goods into the "stream of commerce" has produced much litigation and confusion since that...more

2nd Circuit Decision in Lotes Clarifies FTAIA’s Effect on the Extraterritorial Reach of the Sherman Act, But Leaves Unresolved the...

Long-simmering issues concerning the applicability of the Sherman Act to foreign conduct under the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act, 15 U.S.C. § 6a (FTAIA), were addressed in the June 4, 2014 decision of the 2nd U.S....more

Why Russell v. SNFA Matters

On Thursday morning, the Illinois Supreme Court filed its decision in Russell v. SNFA. We were watching Russell closely here at Appellate Strategist because it was the Court's first opportunity to apply the United States...more

Argument Report: Illinois Supreme Court Gets Its First Shot at Interpreting Nicastro

In J. McIntyre Machinery, Ltd. v. Nicastro, a plurality of the United States Supreme Court held that merely placing a product into the stream of commerce with the expectation that it would wind up in the forum state was not...more

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