Jurisdiction of courts over foreign corporations is a developing subject. Almost all aspects of it are touched on by decision or discussion in two cases in different courts and under different statutes; one case was in the Supreme Court of Tennessee, the other in the United States district court.
Tucker v. International Salt Co. was an action in a state court in contract and quasi-contract against a Pennsylvania corporation.
Shuler v. Wood was an action in tort in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee against two Pennsylvania corporations.
Elliott E. Cheatham,
Conflict of Laws -- 1961 Tennessee Survey (II),
15 Vanderbilt Law Review
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