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Second District: Long-Arm Jurisdiction, and Negligent What?

This decision will probably be best known for its holdings that a defendant’s motion for attorney’s fees as a sanction under section 57.105 does not waive the defendant’s personal jurisdiction challenge and that the corporate shield doctrine can preclude personal jurisdiction over a nonresident defendant in the context of allegedly defamatory Internet publications.

The decision caught my eye for another reason. Without further elaboration, the court labeled one of the plaintiff’s claims “negligent blogging.”

Oh, the possibilities.

















































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