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U.S. Supreme Court Sets the Stage For Jurisdictional Limitations in Product Liability Matters

Posted in California Courts, Litigation Trends, Missouri Courts, Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices, Products Liability

In a groundbreaking decision that follows closely on the heels of its jurisdictional decision in BNSF Railway Co. v. Tyrrell, 581 U.S. __ (May 30, 2017) (“Tyrrell”), the United States Supreme Court held that the California Supreme Court was wrong to let approximately 600 non-California residents join 86 state residents in a pharmaceutical claim against… Continue Reading

Supreme Court Reaffirms Limits on General Personal Jurisdiction For Foreign Corporate Defendants

Posted in Litigation Trends

With the United States Supreme Court hearing less than 100 cases every year, it is exceedingly rare for the Court to address a particular issue more than once.  However, with state courts throughout the country failing to properly apply its 2014 decision in Daimler AG v. Bauman, 134 S.Ct. 746 (“Daimler”), the Supreme Court recently… Continue Reading