doing business statute
- A law in a particular state that gives the court personal authority over companies that have been established and are operating within that state, as long as they have minimum necessary interactions within the state
- The company was subjected to the state's doing business statute due to the extent of their operations within the state.
- The doing business statute was crucial as it gave the court the ability to exercise jurisdiction on corporations operating in the state.
- Having significant dealings within the state, the firm was subject to personal jurisdiction under the doing business statute.