Oklahoma Supreme Court Applies Tobacco MSA to Native Wholesale Supply

Here is the opinion in Oklahoma ex rel. Edmundson v. Native Wholesale Supply.

An excerpt:

This appeal presents two dispositive issues for the court’s resolution: (1) Is an Oklahoma court a constitutionally sanctioned forum for the exercise of personal jurisdiction to adjudicate an alleged violation of a state statute by Native Wholesale Supply, a nonresident corporation that claims to have no minimum contacts with Oklahoma? and (2) Does federal law bar Oklahoma from enforcing the Complementary Act against Native Wholesale Supply, a tribally-chartered corporation wholly owned by an individual of Native-American ancestry? We answer the first question in the affirmative and the second in the negative.

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One Response to Oklahoma Supreme Court Applies Tobacco MSA to Native Wholesale Supply

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