Cox v. Mitchell, February 27, 2007 (Tennille)(unpublished)

The Business Court held that it had mandatory jurisdiction over a case involving the sale of financial products, holding "It is sufficient for purposes of removal to the Business Court that there are issues concerning which law applies which will have industry-wide application. The potential thus exists for the establishment of case law which may prove useful to consumers of and businesses selling financial products." issues which would have industry wide application, with the potential to establish case law which might prove useful to consumers of and businesses selling financial products).

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