Oldock v. DL&B Enters., 100 So. 3d 50 (Fla. Ct. App. 2011)

(married couple filed personal injury suit against North Carolina corporation for husband’s injuries sustained when he was injured while inspecting produce by a forklift operated by defendant's employee; trial court granted motion to dismiss based on lack of personal jurisdiction; appellate court reversed finding trial court erred in ruling no general jurisdiction over corporation under Florida long-arm statute; appellate court noted that corporation had maintained exclusive business relationships with Florida companies to sell produce and nearly 100% of corporation's revenue came from Florida companies’ produce sales).

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