The general theories and legal standards for obtaining personal jurisdiction over a nonresident foreign entity under section 27 of the 1934 Securities Exchange Act are examined. The theories of obtaining jurisdiction over a foreign subsidiary corporation that has a parent present in the US for jurisdictional purposes are used as an example.
Glenn R. Sarno,
Haling Foreign Subsidiary Corporations Into Court Under the 1934 Act: Jurisdictional Bases and Forum Non Conveniens,
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