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Abrams v. Salla

U.S.
Apr 21, 1980
446 U.S. 909 (1980)

Summary

concluding that stock ownership of a Delaware subsidiary is not by itself a sufficient contact to predicate personal jurisdiction but the formation and operation of a Delaware subsidiary may provide sufficient "minimum contacts" where the cause of action arises from the creation and operation of the Delaware subsidiary

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Opinion

No. 79-1335.

April 21, 1980.


Certiorari denied. Reported below: 48 N. Y. 2d 514, 399 N. E. 2d 909.


Summaries of

Abrams v. Salla

U.S.
Apr 21, 1980
446 U.S. 909 (1980)

concluding that stock ownership of a Delaware subsidiary is not by itself a sufficient contact to predicate personal jurisdiction but the formation and operation of a Delaware subsidiary may provide sufficient "minimum contacts" where the cause of action arises from the creation and operation of the Delaware subsidiary

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applying Pennsylvania law

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Case details for

Abrams v. Salla

Case Details

Full title:ABRAMS, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF NEW YORK v. SALLA ET AL. Ct. App. N. Y

Court:U.S.

Date published: Apr 21, 1980

Citations

446 U.S. 909 (1980)

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