Pennsylvania's Superior Court upheld a lower court grant of preliminary objections by the defendant in Seeley v. Caesars Entertainment. In affirming the Court’s order, the Superior Court stated that it could not consider the mere fact that Caesars owns Harrah’s Philadelphia as evidence of continuous and systematic carrying on of business within Pennsylvania such that it would confer personal jurisdiction in the underlying matter.  Further, the Court stated that plaintiffs have failed to show contacts between defendants and the state of Pennsylvania which would have made defendants reasonably aware that they could be hauled into Court in Pennsylvania. Please visit the following link for a detailed summary of the case.