I. Explaining the Minimum Contacts Doctrine … A. The Distinction between Citizens and Noncitizens ... B. Specific Jurisdiction and General Jurisdiction ... C. The Purposeful Availment Requirement
II. The Private Law Paradigm ... A. The Symmetry of Place-of-Trial Justice ... B. Relative vs. Absolute Place-of-Trial Justice ... C. Weighing State Regulatory Interests in the Balance ... D. Weighing Other Factors in the Balance ... E. Between-the-Chairs Jurisdiction ... F. The Fairness Factors Analysis ... G. The Minimum Contacts Doctrine Revisited
III. The Problem of Implementation
IV. Conclusion: A Burnham Postscript
Robert D. Brussack,
Political Legitimacy and State Court Jurisdiction: A Critique of the Public Law Paradigm,
72 Neb. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nlr/vol72/iss4/6