• Sean Hayes

Suing a non-New York Company in a New York court: Understanding New York’s “Long Arm” Statute


A recent decision highlights the importance of understanding New York’s “Long-Arm” Statute when considering to sue an overseas business.  A New York court ruled that a flight attendant claiming that a defectively designed jump seat on an Airbus made in France caused her injury on a flight from Boston to Washington D.C. could not sue for damages in New York because she had failed to fulfill the requirements of New York’s “long arm” statute contained in CPLR 302(a).


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