New York Practice

Impact of Supreme Court Decisions on New York Practice

, New York Law Journal


In his New York Practice column, Patrick M. Connors writes: The standard used for decades to measure whether a corporate defendant is subject to general jurisdiction in New York under CPLR 301, the famous "corporate presence" or "doing business" test, has been all but declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in its January 2014 decision in 'Daimler AG v. Bauman.'

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Originally appeared in print as Impact of Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decisions on Practice in New York

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