Credit Commercial de France, S.A. v. Morales

In Credit Commercial de France, S.A. v. Morales, 195 S.W.3d 209, 220-21 (Tex. App.--San Antonio 2006, pet. denied), the Court held that Texas could not assert specific jurisdiction over a French bank, its subsidiary, and a Bahamian bank because they had no facilities, personnel, or assets in Texas, structured their business transactions to avoid Texas jurisdiction, the contracts were performed outside Texas, the communications during the four-year period were remote and related solely to the receipt of funds, and any visits by officers were incidental and more in the nature of a social visit. Credit Commercial, 195 S.W.3d at 220-23.