Thomason v. Chemical Bank

In Thomason v. Chemical Bank, 234 Conn. 281, 286, 661 A.2d 595 (1995), a foreign defendant bank was held to be subject to suit in Connecticut because it had held meetings in Connecticut for eleven years, had advertised in national publications that are widely read in Connecticut, participated in mortgage transactions in Connecticut, and issued credit cards to Connecticut residents. Id., at 284-85.