A Lebanese bank's use of a New York account for multimillion-dollar wire transfers establishes sufficient basis under the state's long-arm statute for suing the banks in New York for Hezbollah rocket attacks on Israel in 2006, the state Court of Appeals ruled yesterday.
Long-Arm Law Puts Israel Terror Case in N.Y., Judges Say
New York Law Journal
November 21, 2012
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