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Court Of Chancery Explains Conspiracy Jurisdiction
By Morris James LLP on August 28, 2012
Posted In Jurisdiction
Hospitalists of Delaware, LLC. v. Lutz, C.A. 6221-VCP (August 28, 2012)
This is an important decision because it explains the theory of jurisdiction over alleged conspirators. While that basis for jurisdiction has been around since the Istituto Bancario decision, it is still hard to understand. The guidance this decision provides to that law and the conspiracy theory in general is very helpful.
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