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Ill. Has No Jurisdiction Over Mich. Losses, High Court Told

Law360, Springfield (May 17, 2017, 10:57 PM EDT) -- An Indiana-based warehouse operator told the Illinois Supreme Court on Wednesday that it did not have sufficient business contacts with the state of Illinois to warrant a state trial court's jurisdiction over claims brought by Aspen American Insurance Co. on behalf of a fish importer after one of the company's warehouse roof collapsed in 2014, causing the importer to lose over $2 million worth of stored goods.

Fort Wayne, Indiana-based Interstate Warehousing Inc. appealed its case to the state's high court after an appellate court last...
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