Homampour Law Firm Attorney Arash Homampour has written a column for the Daily Journal about the prospect of plaintiffs suing and holding corporate defendants accountable in the courts of other states, out of convenience, and that defendants should consent to this jurisdiction at the same time that they register to do business in that state. The United States Supreme Court could soon make it possible for plaintiffs to accomplish this. Arash contends, “If companies expect to be able to expand into other territories and realize revenue from such expansion, they should also be prepared to defend lawsuits in those same territories.”
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