Jurisdiction over your company, Business Law and Ethics

a) Determine which forum(s) Purchaser could file her lawsuit in.  

Personal Jurisdiction,

b)  If Purchaser were to file in CA, could she formed specific jurisdiction over your Company?  
 
c)  Describe on what basis Purchaser would argue that specific jurisdiction could be formed over your Company.

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