Holding that while some courts hold that Rule 12(b) motions must be made within the time period to file a responsive pleading, the rule itself only requires that such motions must be made before any allowed responsive pleading
Case No.: 13 C 00758 (N.D. Ill. Oct. 23, 2013) Cited 1 times
Asserting general jurisdiction where foreign defendant derived $29 million in revenue from Illinois in 2011, which amounted to twelve percent of its nationwide revenue for that year, although it was not registered to do business in Illinois
Stating that "[w]hile The Bremen was an admiralty case, set in an international context, its teachings are not limited to such cases . . . [l]ower federal courts have consistently applied The Bremen analysis to cases involving only domestic parties and causes of action other than admiralty"