Walden v. Fiore: Where I Sued and What I Sued For

In Walden v. Fiore, the Supreme Court further curtailed the limits of personal jurisdiction, making it more difficult for plaintiffs to bring a litigation in a forum that they deem advantageous unless the defendant has some meaningful connection to that forum.

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