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CA HIGH COURT ASKED TO DECIDE JURISDICTION OF FOREIGN COMPANIES Staefa Control System Inc. v. Alpers

13 No. 9 ANCODLLR 14Andrews Corporate Officers and Directors Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

CA HIGH COURT ASKED TO DECIDE JURISDICTION OF FOREIGN COMPANIES Staefa Control System Inc. v. Alpers

13 No. 9 ANCODLLR 14Andrews Corporate Officers and Directors Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

13 No. 9 Andrews Corp. Off. & Directors Liab. Litig. Rep. 14
Andrews Corporate Officers and Directors Liability Litigation Reporter
March 9, 1998
Personal Jurisdiction
Copyright (c) 1998 Andrews Publications

CA HIGH COURT ASKED TO DECIDE JURISDICTION OF FOREIGN COMPANIES

Staefa Control System Inc. v. Alpers

The California Supreme Court has been asked to decide whether two Swiss corporations become subject to the specific jurisdiction of that state's courts simply by directing a merger involving a California subsidiary. Staefa Control System Inc. et al....
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