675 F.Supp. 155 (1987)
Plaintiffs brought suit against defendants for inference with a contract and breach of an agency agreement.
- The district court dismissed plaintiffs' claims against defendant third-party holding that New York's long arm statute, N.Y. C.P.L.R. 302(a)3(i), 302(a)3(ii), was inapplicable to the facts of the case.
- The district court held that a more direct injury within the State and a closer expectation of consequences within the State was required than the indirect financial loss that resulted from the fact that the injured person resided in the State.
- The district court also dismissed plaintiffs' interference claim with a contract against defendant athlete because plaintiffs failed to allege that defendant athlete had knowledge of the existence of other contracts.
- Lastly, the district court refused to enforce plaintiffs' remaining claims and defendant athlete's arbitration claim because the law did not enforce contracts that violated public policy.
The district court dismissed plaintiffs' claims against defendant third-party for lack of personal jurisdiction and refused to enforce plaintiffs' and defendant athlete's claims.
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