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Pennoyer's limited legacy: A reply to Professor Oakley
Patrick J. Borchers, Pennoyer’s Limited Legacy: A Reply to Professor Oakley, 29 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 115 (1995).
Jurisdictional pragmatism: International Shoe's half-buried legacy
Patrick J. Borchers, Jurisdictional Pragmatism: International Shoe’s Half-Buried Legacy, 28 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 561 (1995).
Death of the constituional law of personal jurisdiction: From Pennoyer to Burnham and back again
Patrick J. Borchers, The Death of the Constitutional Law of Personal Jurisdiction: From Pennoyer to Burnham and Back Again, 24 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 19 (1990), reprinted in part in Civil Procedure Anthology 69 (David I. Levine, Donald L. Doernberg & Melissa L. Nelkin eds., 1998).
In 1990, in Burnham v. Superior Court, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the traditional rule that a civil defendant could be subjected to personal jurisdiction in a state simply by being physically served with the summons ...