Foreign companies that do business with New York entities or persons may face in litigation the issue of whether their New York connections with the transactions in dispute are sufficient for a New York court to exercise personal jurisdiction over them. With continued advances in technology, the personal jurisdiction analysis has continued to evolve, and courts are increasingly examining fact patterns with more remote physical contacts with New York. As a result, the personal jurisdiction analysis is becoming increasingly complicated and unpredictable.

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Co-Head of Litigation and Disputes, New York
Co-Partner-in-Charge, New York

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