If a corporation is incorporated in Delaware has its main office in NewYork and does business in California, but its president lives in Connecticut, in which state can it be sued?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Anywhere it does business or is registered with the secretary of state. And sometimes other places depending on the claim.
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