The outer limits of constitutionally valid jurisdiction are not exceeded by asserting jurisdiction over a service corporation doing business solely in a foreign state, if such corporation does a negligent act in the foreign state which causes injury in the state of the forum.
Roche v. Floral Rental Corporation, 95 N.J. Super. 555, 232 A.2d 162 (1967), appeal docketed, No.___, N.J. Sup. Ct. (1967).
Louis P. Vitti,
Conflict of Laws - Jurisdiction - Minimum Contacts,
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