Teresa Rosen Peacocke discusses US Specific Jurisdiction over Foreign Parties
Members of Outer Temple Chambers whose practices are closely connected to our New York office, advise solicitors and UK-based clients on their potential exposure to litigation in US courts.
They also act for these clients to challenge claims that a US court has jurisdiction over them.
In her most recent article, Teresa Rosen Peacocke discusses recent efforts by plaintiffs to expand the definition of specific jurisdiction (requiring a foreign defendant’s US activities to have given rise to the plaintiff’s claim) so that a defendant’s general activities can be linked to a claim on the basis of a ‘sliding scale’.
One such case from California will be considered by the US Supreme Court this year.
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Teresa Rosen Peacocke is an American, called to the English Bar in 1982 and admitted as an attorney in New York in 2004.
She specialises in chancery, commercial and US / UK cross-border litigation, professional negligence, private international law and international and domestic arbitration and mediation.
Teresa practises in London and from our New York office as both an English Barrister and a New York attorney. She is an accredited and experienced mediator, an experienced Arbitrator and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and a Governor (non-voting) of the Anglo-American Real Property Institute.
Barristers: Teresa Peacocke