Subject Matter Jurisdiction (Chapter 3)
Mark, a citizen of Georgia, was crossing a street in Atlanta when he was struck by a car driven by David, a citizen of New York visiting Atlanta. The car was owned by Davidâ€™s employer, a Delaware corporation that has its principal place of business in Atlanta, Georgia. Mark sues both David and the corporation in federal district court in Atlanta alleging dam- ages in the amount of $500,000. Does the court have subject matter jurisdiction? Why or why not?
Lawsuits (Chapter 4)
How do you help prevent lawsuits in your business? Answer generally and you can add any industry specific considerations, if you wish.