Redefining Personal Jurisdiction: SCOTUS rules on the Ford Cases [More with McGlinchey Ep. 19]

McGlinchey Stafford
What does the U.S. Supreme Court’s March 25, 2021 decision regarding personal jurisdiction in the Ford cases mean for litigants and litigation across the country? In Part 4 of their series on the changing landscape of general personal jurisdiction, McGlinchey attorneys Rasch Brown, Gary Hebert, and Brian LeCompte breakdown the takeaways from and implications of the SCOTUS ruling.

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