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David Paul Horowitz and Lukas M. Horowitz

General jurisdiction is a form of personal jurisdiction that subjects a defendant to any and all claims asserted against it in a given forum. Where the defendant is a corporation, general jurisdiction subjects it to personal jurisdiction in the courts of a state on any claim, notwithstanding the fact that there is no nexus between the claim being asserted and the corporation’s activity in the forum state.

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