If It Wasn't on Purpose, Can a Court Take it Personally?: Untangling Asahi's Mess That J. McIntyre Did Not
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This Comment proposes that purposeful availment accords with the Court's prior personal jurisdiction jurisprudence and, thus, represents the appropriate standard. This conclusion is derived not from a preference in policies but from the thread of horizontal federalism concerns present in the Court's personal jurisdiction jurisprudence from Pennoyer up until Asahi, which purposeful availment respects.