I have a post at SCOTUSBlog recapping yesterday’s decision in Daimler Chrysler AG v. Bauman. It begins:
Readers of the Supreme Court’s decision yesterday in Daimler Chrysler v. Bauman may have learned two things: First, it is increasingly difficult to establish general jurisdiction over a corporation for conduct unrelated to the forum; second, the Court ultimately resolves the issue it wants to, which may not be the one the parties focused on. . . .