Introduction to the Law of Corporations: Cases and Materials
Delaware long arm statute
You might wonder how it is the case that a corporate director sitting in New York or Massachusetts could be subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of Delaware. The short answer is that all persons who agree to become corporate directors also consent to jurisdiction of the Delaware courts under Delaware's "long arm statute."
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