D adrienne is being sued by a tenant in the apartment

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d.) Adrienne is being sued by a tenant in the apartment building she owns. Both Adrienne and her tenant are residents of Florida. Adrienne is currently vacationing in Italy, but her husband received a copy of the complaint and a summons at their home in Florida. Select the example where the court has established personal jurisdiction over the defendant. a.) Linda is suing a woman she bought a ring from while on vacation in Arizona. The woman claimed the ring was diamond, but it turns out to be nothing more than glass. Since Linda is a resident of Wyoming, the jeweler receives a summons at her storefront in Arizona to appear in court in Wyoming. b.) Shawn is suing a journalist for defamation in the state of Vermont, which is Shawn's state of residence. The journalist writes for a large newspaper in Vermont, but she lives in the neighboring state of New York. The journalist received a copy of the complaint and summons at her office at the newspaper. c.) Paul and Marnie were married for four years in the state of Rhode Island. They were recently divorced, and now Paul is suing Marnie for damages relating to alleged emotional abuse. Marnie, who now lives in Nevada, receives a summons to appear in court in South Carolina, which is where Paul lives now.
d.) Steve has filed a lawsuit against his former business partner. Their general partnership was located in Ohio, but Steve doesn't live there anymore, and he would like the case to go to trial close to his new home in Indiana. The defendant, who still lives in Ohio, is personally delivered a summons to appear in court in Indiana. A 28-year-old woman is accused of credit card fraud and the case goes to trial. The trial judge ultimately issues a directed verdict. Why might this have occurred?
What is a disadvantage of mediation compared to arbitration?
In mediation, unlike arbitration, the mediator __________.
Which of the following individuals would benefit most from an LLC? a.) Sheri is one of the founders of what is expected to be a large business operation. When it comes to choosing a form of business organization, she values limited liability, but she also wants a board of directors who can make major decisions.

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