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US Supreme Court Weighs Where Corporations Can Be Sued

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The nation's top court may soon place limits on where corporations can be sued, potentially setting back plaintiffs that seek friendlier courts.
The U.S. Supreme Court justices heard arguments in a dispute involving Bristol-Myers Squibb and California's Supreme Court.
The drug maker has appealed a ruling that allowed state courts to hear claims from individuals that did not live in California.
The company is also not based on the West Coast.

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