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12.17.18 | Articles, Books & Journals

Specific Jurisdiction Through the Lens of New York Activity of Foreign Banks

In the past few years, the Supreme Court has issued a number of decisions emphasizing that the Constitution’s limits on personal jurisdiction have real teeth. In this article, we discuss Chief Judge Colleen McMahon’s recent decision in Nike v. Wu, which applied certain general principles of specific jurisdiction to the New York activities of a group of foreign banks against whom discovery was sought in the Southern District of New York in connection with a judgment enforcement proceeding.

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