Changes in Personal Jurisdiction After The Ford Decision: Impact on Nonresident Corporations
Jurisdictional Limits Under Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Jud. Dist. Ct. and Ford Motor Co. v. Bandemer
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will discuss the issue of personal jurisdiction over nonresident corporate defendants in light of the Supreme Court's unanimous decisions in Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Jud. Dist. Ct. and Ford Motor Co. v. Bandemer. The program will discuss prior rulings by the Supreme Court on corporate jurisdiction, review issues that may have been resolved and issues that remain unresolved, and consider best practices for nonresident defendants.
- Introduction: historic principles and cases 2011-2021
- Analysis of Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Jud. Dist. Ct. and Ford Motor Co. v. Bandemer
- Applying the "related to" jurisdictional test
The panel will review these and other important issues:
- What are the implications of Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Jud. Dist. Ct. and Ford Motor Co. v. Bandemer for litigation proceedings in states where the defendant is not subject to general jurisdiction?
- Does the Fifth Amendment similarly restrict personal jurisdiction by a federal court that the Fourteenth Amendment imposes on state courts?
- How will plaintiffs and defendants adjust their litigation strategies in response to the Ford decisions?
- What about personal jurisdiction over out-of-state class members now that several circuit courts have weighed in on the issue?
- Will "tag, you're served" still work after the Ford cases?
- Do "relate to" and "arise out of" overlap, or is each a separate basis for specific jurisdiction?
Jennifer A. Riley
Ms. Riley practices in the employment litigation area, with a particular emphasis on complex collective and class... | Read More
Ms. Riley practices in the employment litigation area, with a particular emphasis on complex collective and class action proceedings. She regularly represents companies facing class actions, collective actions, pattern or practice lawsuits, and systemic investigations, involving hundreds to thousands of putative class members. Ms. Riley counsels and defends employers from a range of employment law theories, including claims of race, age, gender, and disability discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, and alleged wage and hour violations.Close
Cary Stewart Sklaren
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis
Sklaren is a litigation strategist and tactician, litigation manager, and trial lawyer, with high profile products... | Read More
Sklaren is a litigation strategist and tactician, litigation manager, and trial lawyer, with high profile products liability, asbestos, general tort, and commercial litigation experience. He has tried products liability, asbestos, general tort and commercial lawsuits, and has counseled the management of major American and international corporations on litigation and regulatory-related issues.Close
Aaron S. Weiss
Mr. Weiss maintains a national litigation practice focused on telecommunications law, class actions and consumer... | Read More
Mr. Weiss maintains a national litigation practice focused on telecommunications law, class actions and consumer claims. He also frequently counsels insurance companies on complex coverage issues relating to class actions and other aggregated litigation. Mr. Weiss has particularly extensive experience in litigating matters under the TCPA. He has litigated dozens of TCPA cases on both a single plaintiff and class basis. His experience includes cases relating to conduct that occurred as early as 2005, and he has been involved in many precedent-setting Florida TCPA decisions.Close