In Miller v. Miller the New York Court of Appeals held that New York law applied in a case which had minimum contacts with the Empire State. In criticizing the decision, the author questions its constitutionality and suggests New York has gone too far in its total repudiation of the lex loci delicti rule.
Richard V. Carpenter,
New York's Expanding Empire in Tort Jurisdiction: Quo Vadis,
22 Hastings L.J. 1173
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