In this symposium contribution I do two things. First, I explore the relationship between sovereignty and due process in personal jurisdiction in some of the more problematic aspects of the Nicastro opinions. I conclude that, although at one time the concept of sovereignty provided an important analytic component of personal jurisdiction analysis, this is largely no longer true.
Wendy Collins Perdue, What’s Sovereignty Got to Do with It?: Due Process, Personal Jurisdiction and the Supreme Court, 63 S.C. L. Rev. 729 (2012)