On Wednesday, April 12th,   partner Wendy Margolis presented a one-hour CLE titled, “Personal Jurisdiction Before and After Daimler.  How Many Places Can a Corporation Be At Home?” to the law group of Union Pacific Railroad Company in Omaha, Nebraska.  In Barrett v. Union Pacific Railroad Company, the Oregon Supreme Court held that the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S Constitution, as construed in Daimler AG v. Bauman, prohibits Oregon courts from exercising general personal jurisdiction over Union Pacific for claims unrelated to Union Pacific’s business activities in Oregon.  This is an important decision for out-of-state corporations that, like Union Pacific, have substantial business operations in Oregon but are incorporated and have their principal places of business elsewhere.