ALBANY – State court administrators are championing a bill that they say would override a 2014 U.S. Supreme Court decision and affirm a 100-year-old state ruling that New York courts have jurisdiction over companies with any commercial nexus to the state.

The bill is among 55 measures the Office of Court Administration have filed so far in hopes of finding sponsors during the legislative session, which began in January.

George Carpinello

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