A lot of things change over time, but after nearly 30 years, the Supreme Court of Georgia hasn’t budged on its stance on general personal jurisdiction.

A ruling handed down by the Peach State high court Tuesday upheld its 1992 decision in Allstate Insurance Co. v. Klein, which held that Georgia courts may exercise general personal jurisdiction over any out-of-state corporation that is “authorized to do or transact business in this state at the time a claim arises.”

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