Jurisdiction — Non-residents — Minimum contacts — Foreign health insurer — Trial court erred in finding specific personal jurisdiction over defendant Maryland health insurer where defendant lacked minimum contacts with Florida to satisfy due process — Proper test for determining existence of minimum contacts is whether defendant purposefully availed itself of benefits of Florida law, and not whether defendant could foresee being hauled into court in Florida
43 Fla. L. Weekly D1159a
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