Can a Colorado attorney’s out-of-state client, with out-of-state litigation, be sued in Colorado for unpaid fees? A case from the Colorado Court of Appeals says yes, based on standard personal jurisdiction analysis.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s latest case on personal jurisdiction (Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. v. Superior Court) helps define the constitutional limits of specific jurisdiction and is an important case on where you can litigate.
Confused about personal jurisdiction over out-of-state corporate defendants in Colorado? This post outlines a recent Colorado Supreme Court case clarifying limits on general personal jurisdiction.