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Personal Jurisdiction Over a Foreign Ship Manager: A Claim-By-Claim Analysis

NOTE: This post was co-authored by William L. Pardue, a Loyola University New Orleans College of Law student who is spending part of his summer working at King & Jurgens.  Carmona v. Leo Ship Mgmt, Inc.; No. 18-20248, 2019 WL … Continue reading

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Texas Court Finds Payment of Personal Expenses By LLC Constituted Constructive Fraud in Divorce Case

By Francesca Blackard Property owned by a limited liability company belongs to the company and is generally not considered either separate or community property subject to distribution in a Texas divorce case.  The limited liability company’s owners, known as “members,” … Continue reading

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Becoming the Personal Injury Hero

When it comes to marketing, Personal Injury attorneys have a lot to overcome. Challenging public perceptions, a crowded marketplace, and potential clients who may not understand their legal issues and rights. To overcome these challenges, you need to become a … Continue reading

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Is Personal Jurisdiction Constitutionally Self-Enacting?

A. Benjamin Spencer, The Territorial Reach of Federal Courts, __ Fla. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2019), available at SSRN. Lumen N. Mulligan Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 4(k) generally limits the scope of a federal district court’s personal jurisdiction to … Continue reading

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