A federal court in New York has dismissed a $28 million defamation lawsuit against photographer Jason Lee Parry on a legal technicality: He’s a California resident, the court said, so he’s not subject to jurisdiction under New York law.

via PDN Pulse.

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  1. I am wondering if there is any connection between the “intrinsic” merit of a claim, and the fact that a court dismisses it for a technical reason. In other words, are they more likely to reject a claim for a technical detail if they don’t find much merit to it ?

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