Washington Law Review


Ray Graves


In recent years, an ever increasing number of cases involving some phase of this problem has come before the appellate courts of the several states. The purpose of this article is to review the law as it presently exists in Washington, to point out the particular problems facing the Washington lawyer handling such a case, and to make suggestions for effective action based upon a survey of end results accomplished by the actual application of one or more of the bases of jurisdiction in other states.

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