Carney v. Marin (Personal Jurisdiction)

The court found that there was personal jurisdiction over the defendants despite that the receiver did not make a filing within ten days of his initial appointment, and 28 U.S.C. § 754 requires the receiver to file his order of appointment and copies of the complaint within ten days after entry of the order appointing him. Following case law from other circuits, the court found that section 754 is satisfied if the receiver files the appropriate documents within ten days after an order confirming the entry of the receiver’s appointment, so long as the parties have adequate notice and are not prejudiced