Mississippi Supreme Court rules that Wine Express establish personal jurisdiction in UCC/Wine Shipping case

The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled that Wine Express and various other New York and California retailers established personal jurisdiction in Mississippi when they sold wine to Mississippi customers pursuant to UCC terms of contract in California and New York and helped arrange shipping for the customers back to Mississippi.

This is an interesting case of the UCC laws/Wine Shipping Laws. This will not be the end of this case or more like it. Another interesting area of liquor is upon us.

More case analysis to follow soon!

1 thought on “Mississippi Supreme Court rules that Wine Express establish personal jurisdiction in UCC/Wine Shipping case”

  1. As the state’s wholesaler, Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control distributes over 3 million cases of spirits and wines annually.
    In comparing what these tree innocent businesses sold in their public accommodations to Mississippians is relatively nothing.
    Somebody needs to shorten this long arm of greedy monopolist.

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