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Website Advertisement Not Enough to Create Personal Jurisdiction

Where a Florida company advertised through a website, an Arizona company with the same name can't sue it for trademark infringement in Arizona because the website doesn't create "personal jurisdiction" there, says the Ninth Circuit in affirming a dismissal of a case. The plaintiff argued that, because the Internet is subject to worldwide use, companies should ...


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