Where appellant challenged the grant of a motion to dismiss based on a lack of personal jurisdiction, the appellant did not satisfactorily plead that the respondent committed the tort of tortious interference with contract or business expectancy or injurious falsehood in Missouri, so the appellant did not adequately plead facts to establish personal jurisdiction over the respondent.
Judgment is affirmed.
Creative Compounds, LLC v. Thermolife International, LLC (MLW No. 79936/Case No. ED111095 – 17 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Hess, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Cape Girardeau County, Lewis, J. (Kevin J. Oshea for appellant) (Ross D. McFerron and Matthew J. Dowd for respondent).