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Civil Procedure – Jurisdiction – Va. Long- Arm Statute – Copyright (access required)

In this suit alleging defendant Canadian company has pilfered the design of plaintiff's products (finger splints) and look of its catalogs to the detriment of plaintiff, a Charlottesville company, the district court holds that the Canadian company's contacts with Virginia are insufficient for the exercise of personal jurisdiction under the Virginia long-arm statute, but the ...

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