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

Plaintiffs, Virginia antique firearms dealers, can sue a Kentucky defendant in Alexandria U.S. District Court, for intentional infliction of emotional distress arising from the dealer’s alleged false reports to other gun dealers and to federal prosecutors in Kentucky about plaintiffs’ alleged illegal activities, as the Alexandria court has personal jurisdiction over the Kentucky defendant under ...

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