2–8. Corporate Contacts. LG Electronics, Inc., and nineteen other foreign companies participated in the global market for cathode ray tube (CRT) products, which were integrated as components in consumer goods, including television sets. These goods were sold for many years in high volume in the United States, including the state of Washington. Later, the state filed a suit in a Washington state court against LG and the others, alleging a conspiracy to raise prices and set production levels in the market for CRTs in violation of a state consumer protection statute. The defendants filed a motion to dismiss the suit for lack of personal jurisdiction. Should this motion be granted? Explain. [State of Washington v. LG Electronics, Inc., 341 P.3d 346 (Wash.App. 2015)] (See Basic Judicial Requirements.)

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