MANY LAW REVIEW articles begin with a gripping story, a hook, to grab the reader's attention and enflame their emotions. The idea is to make the reader understand, from the beginning, why the article is important by putting a human face, some real consequence, to the legal issues that they are discussing. This Comment has no such gripping story. It is aimed at a small group of attorneys who are litigating or anticipate litigating an interpleader action. As a result, this Comment seeks not to enflame emotions, but to engage in a very practical, grounded dialogue to assist those attorneys.
"Blurring Lines: How Supplemental Jurisdiction Unknowingly Gave the World Ancillary Personal Jurisdiction,"
University of San Francisco Law Review: Vol. 38:
4, Article 7.
Available at: https://repository.usfca.edu/usflawreview/vol38/iss4/7