improper venue

improper venue

noun improper court location, immroper location, incorrect court location, incorrect location, not suitable location, unauthorized location, unsuitable looation, wrong judicial location
Associated concepts: local venue, waiver of venue
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55) The defendant moved to dismiss for improper venue under Fed.
The Court granted Defendants' motion to dismiss and dismissed the action "without prejudice based on lack of personal jurisdiction and improper venue (forum non conveniens).
64), the question of whether it's a convenient venue, as opposed to an improper venue, is equally as important.
The court rejected the plaintiffs contention that the defendants had to assert an improper venue challenge by preliminary objection and failed to do so, thereby waiving their claim.
A related United States Winter II patent (6,248,516) was granted to CAT in June 2001, and the corresponding patent infringement suits filed against MorphoSys in the United States District Court of Southern California were both dismissed, for lack of jurisdiction and improper venue.
The judge dismissed the suit for improper venue and lack of jurisdiction, and did not reach the issue of Western Fuel Association's substantive claims.
10) The contractor moved to dismiss the complaint for improper venue based upon the subcontract's forum selection clause.
District Court of Southern California dismissed the CAT suit for improper venue.
There has been some disagreement over whether an order dismissing a case for improper venue can be treated as either final or nonfinal.
The lawsuit was filed by CAT on June 19, 2001 and was dismissed by the court on Friday, June 22, 2001, for lack of jurisdiction and improper venue.
The American Chiropractic Association's (ACA) landmark lawsuit against Trigon Blue Cross/Blue Shield and the national Blue Cross/Blue Shield Association was bolstered on January 17 when the national Blue Cross/Blue Shield Association withdrew its motion to dismiss the case on the question of improper venue.
s motion to dismiss the lawsuit due to lack of personal jurisdiction and improper venue.