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LP2 Assignment: Jurisdiction in International Civil Cases This assignment will assess the following competency 1. EVALUATE the Legal Environment of International Business. Directions: WRITE a...

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LP2 Assignment: Jurisdiction in International Civil Cases

This assignment will assess the following competency 1. EVALUATE the Legal Environment of International Business.

Directions: WRITE a XXXXXXXXXXword response on the types of jurisdiction a federal court in the United States has on cases involving International companies. VIEW the case Asaahi Metal on page 63 of the textbook in addition to researching and citing at least two scholarly journals on this topic from NAU’s Online Library. MAKE SURE to include citations and a reference page.

Submit this assignment to your instructor via the dropbox “LP2 Assignment: Jurisdiction in International Civil Cases.” This assignment is worth 80 points; grading will be based on the General Writing Rubric, located under "Course Information."

Answered 60 days AfterOct 25, 2017

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David answered on Dec 24 2017
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Asaahi Metal Case Analysis
The report illustrates the type of federal court jurisdiction in Asaahi Metal case. Role of personal jurisdiction that is offered in this case and is denied by the Supreme Court holds much importance because it serves future guidelines for applicability of personal jurisdiction. The long arm statute does not work here in this case by trial court and state Supreme Court that ruled that personal jurisdiction over Asahi Company was justified with the long arm statute.
But federal court has reversed the ruling by stating that personal jurisdiction of long art statute is not applicable in this case. Justice o Conner sates that only having an awareness of involvement of foreign defendant that manufactured parts that were sold outside to other countries did not amount to minimum contacts. Court has states that due process is violated in this case and exercise of personal jurisdiction in this case is inconsistent with the factors of substantial justice and fair play. Supreme Court considers two things, first is due process and minimum contacts.
In their findings, judges found that action of Asahi...
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