Nelia Robbi’s client sued a California corporation in a Travis County district court, alleging that the $62,000 worth of flooring adhesive they bought from the business failed to stick. But before her case could proceed, she had to convince Austin’s Third Court of Appeals that the litigation was properly stuck in Texas’ personal jurisdiction.

The background to the Third Court’s decision in Industrial Product Formulators of America v. Rockford is as follows.

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