In Matthew v. Flakt Woods Group SA, Del. Supr., No. 150, 2012 (Nov. 20, 2012), the Delaware Supreme Court ruled that Delaware courts could impose jurisdiction on a foreign party involved in this case, based on the “conspiracy theory of jurisdiction”.Photo of the Supreme Court Courthouse in Dover

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 In EBG Holdings LLC v. Vredezicht’s Gravenhage 109 B.V., et al., 2008 WL 4057745, (Del. Ch., Sept. 2, 2008), the Delaware Chancery Court analyzes a cornucopia of personal jurisdiction issues involving out-of-state defendants.  (Yes, that is the correct spelling of the unusual case name.) The original format of the slip opinion is in the 60-page