Popp v. Lakeshore Foods Corp.
OPINION; Order to issue; signed by Judge Janet T. Neff (Judge Janet T. Neff, clb)
See Moore v. Rohm & Haas Co
Helder v. Hitachi Power Tools, Ltd.
see also Reese v. CNH Am. LLC
Moore v. Rohm & Haas Co.
Moses v. Bus. Card Exp., Inc.
Perceptron, Inc. v. Silicon Video, Inc.
Steelcase, Inc. v. Smart Techs., Inc.
Factor 1 – Convenience of the Witnesses
e.g. Pilates Inc. v. Pilates Inst.
Fed. Elec. Prods. Co. v. Frank Adam Elec. Co.
see also Thomas v. Home Depot, U.S.A., Inc.
See AutoWares, LLC v. Wisconsin River Co-op Servs.
Steelcase, Inc. v. Mar-Mol Co., Inc.
Factor 2 – Location of Relevant Documents and Relative Ease of Access to Sources of Proof
Factor 3 – Convenience of the Parties
Hite v. Norwegian Caribbean Lines
Factor 4 – Locus of the Operative Facts
Factor 5 – Availability of Process to Compel Attendance of Unwilling Witnesses
Factor 6 – Relative Means of the Parties
Factor 7 – Forum’s Familiarity with the Governing Law
Factor 8 – Weight Accorded the Plaintiff’s Choice of Forum
See e.g. Johnston v.
Foster-Wheeler Constructors, Inc.
Factor 9 – Trial Efficiency and Interests of Justice, based on the Totality of Circumstances
/s/ Janet T. Neff
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