a online retailer based in new hampshire is suing one of its ohio based competitors. allegedly, the competitor sent out false advertisement stating that the ohio retailer was not properly safeguarding costumers private financial information. which court would most likely have jurisdiction over this case? A. a state supreme court B. a federal district court C. a U.S. supreme court D. a federal court of appeals
State supreme court: In the United States, a state supreme court is the highest court in the state judiciary of a U.S. state. On matters of state law, the judgment of a state supreme court is considered final and binding in both state and federal courts. Federal district court: A Federal District Court is a court of law, equity, and admiralty where civil and criminal cases are heard. U.S. supreme court: Hears and decides appeals from federal circuit courts and from state courts that involve federal law. Federal court of appeals: Typically provide a venue for appeals taking place within governmental departments and agencies.
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