Facts: P had a car accident in OK and tried to sue the seller of the car (NY, NJ resident) in OK.
1. Held: no sufficient contacts. D did nothing to make contacts in OK. Mere foreseeability is not enough.
1. May a resident of a state who has an accident in another state sue the seller of the vehicle in the state where the accident occurred rather than the state where the sale of the vehicle occurred?
1. The D must have chosen to do some act that creates the necessary minimum contacts w/ the forum state.
2. To establish jurisdiction over the D, the minimum contacts must be the D's contacts, not the P's.
iv. Dissent: Brennan
1. The court shouldn't focus only on D's contacts and interests, but on fairness and reasonableness and all relevant interests. The forum state had a strong interest in litigation b/c the accident occurred in OK, witnesses & evidence were in OK, state has interest in enforcing hwy safety laws, and a car dealer has substantial benefits from a nationwide network of hwys, of which OK's hwys are a part. Focused on fairness test.