Question presented:

Whether a seller whose products ship nationwide is
subject to personal jurisdiction in every forum into which
even one of its products is shipped

Factual background from petition:

Respondent is a Delaware corporation with its principal
place of business in Arizona and is in the business of
selling health and wellness

We had a successful result for a defendant in a pretty interesting case.

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Modellbahn Ott Hobbies dba Supreme Hobbies v Velcro, et. al., 20 cv 03526 (LLS) (SDNY May 20, 2021)

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