In this, our second installment on service of process, Rebecca and Steve discuss the difference between subject matter and personal jurisdiction, and how a court can have personal jurisdiction over a defendant that lives out of state.  In the second half of the episode, learn how some of the special rules that apply to certain subrogation matters can actually make service of process on out of state defendants easier than serving defendants in the same state as the lawsuit.

Check our episodes on In-State and International Service for more information on this important part of the litigation process.

Service of Process: Out-of-State (Long Arm Statutes)
On Subrogation

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