Keith H. Beyler


Part I of this Article illustrates the potential impact of treating advertising as a basis for personal jurisdiction by looking at how such treatment might deter interstate advertising by abortion providers. Parts II and III examine whether advertising is a basis for personal jurisdiction under the current requirements and ground rules for personal jurisdiction laid down by the Supreme Court. Parts IV and V examine First Amendment and federalism arguments for treating advertising as an insufficient basis for personal jurisdiction.

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