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Patricia Baker was a passenger aboard a Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines ship. She had purchased a ticket to participate in a mock pirate ship excursion tour in the Cayman Islands from E & H Cruises,

Patricia Baker was a passenger aboard a Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines ship. She had purchased a ticket to participate in a mock pirate ship excursion tour in the Cayman Islands from E & H Cruises, a Cayman Islands corporation. While boarding the E & H mock pirate ship, Ms. Baker fell and was injured. She brought suit in Florida federal district court against both Royal Caribbean and E & H to recover for her injuries. E & H moved to dismiss the suit because it did not do business in the United States and was not subject to U.S. courts. Ms. Baker argues that she bought the pirate excursion ticket in Florida, so E & H was doing business in the United States. Is she correct? Can E & H be required to come to the United States to defend the suit? [E & H Cruises, Ltd. v Baker, 88 So.3d 291 (Fla. App. 2012)]

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