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BUSLAWassnISCcaseSTUDY - Issue Is it within Washington's...

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Issue Is it within Washington’s jurisdiction to require International Shoe Company, a foreign-based corporation, to pay unemployment compensation statutory of employees in Washington? Rule A company is within the jurisdiction of a state if it does business within its borders. International Harvester Co. v. Kentucky sets precedent; a corporation is not made immune from ordinary process of the courts of that state just because the corporation is only conducting interstate commerce. The fact that there was a continuous flow of product into the state due to the company’s presence establishes the fact that business is being conducted. Hired employees did represent the corporation and its interests. Furthermore, a company that does business in that state is protected by those laws, and is given rights under that state. Employees solicit sales and accept money for those transactions on the behalf of the corporation that they work for. If business
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