Out-of-state companies cannot be sued in Texas merely because they advertise over the Internet, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held Sept. 17.

In a case of first impression, Mink v. AAAA Development, the 5th Circuit articulated a framework for courts in the circuit to use in determining when they can assume jurisdiction over companies with a presence in cyberspace.

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