Jurisdiction — Non-residents — Corporations — Trial court erred in dismissing case for lack of personal jurisdiction over defendant corporation under long-arm statute — Although defendant had its principal place of business in California and conducted most of its business overseas, defendant was incorporated in Florida and was therefore a Florida resident subject to general jurisdiction
43 Fla. L. Weekly D2364a
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