The US Constitution has rules about where residents of a state can and cannot be sued. This is important, as having to defend oneself in a different state is more expensive, and can influence the result of the litigation. Courts look at the contacts a defendant has with a state to determine whether that defendant can be sued in that state. This article analyzes a case where a Nevada defendant was allowed to be sued in a Utah court based on seemingly innocuous features of their website.
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Listing a (U.S.) state in a drop-down address menu could get you sued in that state, says court