It is common for corporate lawyers in Georgia (and all other states) to provide legal advice to entities incorporated in Delaware.  Often that advice leads to corporate documents being filed with the Delaware Secretary of State.  Does that advice lead to the out of state lawyer being subject to personal jurisdiction in Delaware? The answer may be "yes."

See Francis Pileggi’s analysis of the case of Sample v. Morgan, 2007 WL 4207790 (Del. Ch., Nov. 27, 2007), decided by the Chancery Court.