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Personal Jurisdiction and Removal: Ground-breaking U.S. Supreme Court Decisions

On Tuesday, November 14, at 12 PM Singleton Schreiber’s very own Partner Ben Siminou and Counsel Jonna Lothyan will be presenting “Personal Jurisdiction and Removal: Ground-breaking U.S. Supreme Court Decisions.”

Date: Tuesday, November 14, 2023

Time: 12:00 PM Pacific (1:00 MT / 2:00 CT / 3:00 ET)

Location: Virtual

This exclusive Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC) and Consumer Attorneys of San Diego (CASD) presentation will cover personal jurisdiction and federal removal, two of the most seismic subjects in civil cases. Ben Siminou and Jonna Lothyan explain how two ground-breaking U.S. Supreme Court decisions, Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Judicial District and Mallory v. Norfolk Southern Railway Co., have created the most favorable environment for plaintiffs in decades.

What You Will Learn

  • Your case has been removed—what happens next?
  • How to get your case remanded
  • Tips to prevent removal in the first place
  • Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Judicial District and Mallory v. Norfolk Southern Railway Co—the impact on your practice

Trial lawyers will learn how to take advantage of this and how they might help make it even better. This webinar will also prepare you for one of the more unsettling events in your practice: a defendant’s notice of removal to federal court. Learn what happens next, how to get a remand, and tips to prevent removal in the first place.

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