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Liability Win For Industry As US Supreme Court Curtails Forum-Shopping

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State courts cannot exercise specific jurisdiction over personal injury claims brought by out-of-state residents, high court says in favorable decision for Plavix marketer Bristol-Myers Squibb. Ruling likely to result in smaller mass tort lawsuits, but more of them across the country.

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