Joan Lukey and Jesse Siegel on the Unexpected Burdens of Virtual Offices

Appellate Law360

 | November 17, 2015

 | Joan Lukey and Jesse Siegel

View "Unexpected Burdens of Virtual Offices."

Joan Lukey and Jesse Siegel wrote "Unexpected Burdens of Virtual Offices," in Appellate Law360 where they discuss the US First Circuit's decision in the case of Cossart v. United Excel Corp.  The First Circuit reversed the district court's dismissal for lack of personal jurisdiction in a manner that could have significant ramifications for employers eschewing brick and mortar offices. 


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