E-Commerce Law:  “In Jensen v. Modern Aero, Inc., 2010 WL 88229 (Minn. App. Jan. 12, 2010), the Court of Appeals of Minnesota held that a defendant’s website, which lauded defendant’s  ‘worldwide; expertise,’ listed a toll-free telephone number for defendant, and provided an electronic form for customers to contact the defendant, was insufficient to confer general personal jurisdiction over the defendant.  Accordingly, the Court affirmed the dismissal of negligence claims brought by the estate of a pilot who died in the crash of his small private airplane.   In rejecting Jensen’s argument in favor of general jursidiction, the Court applied the reasoning articulated in Lakin v. Prudential Sec., Inc., 348 F.3d 704, 709 (8th Cir. 2003) in which the ‘critical question’ is whether ‘a defendant’s activity in the forum state is continuous and systematic’.”