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Civil Practice – Personal Jurisdiction – Unincorporated Association – Baseball Team Owner – Intellectual Property (access required)

  Since plaintiff’s claims arise out of an unincorporated association’s alleged use of photographs of a Charleston baseball stadium, the court has specific jurisdiction over the unincorporated association, which has as a “core business” the ownership of a Minor League Baseball team in Charleston. Plaintiff need not name the association’s members individually as defendants. The court denies ...

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