Businesses can be sued in three states

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Businesses can be sued in three states 1. Where incorporated 2. Where the business (franchise) is 3. Where corporation does business Subject matter jurisdiction Limited jurisdiction Ex. Family law (custody dispute) etc… Trial Courts : original jurisdiction Appeals courts : Appellate jurisdiction Federal System Federal Question Diversity of Citizenship :( parties are from different states)
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Unformatted text preview: International Jurisdiction Ex. Anti-sematic comments and buying Nazi products are illegal in France. If a U.S. company attempts to sell them to people of France, then France has jurisdiction, not the U.S. Cyberspace Jurisdiction • Court in which it does business if the business is completely cyber • No pop-up ads is in its jurisdiction...
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