Mitlitsky Egg LLC’s motion to dismiss CMC Food Inc.'s trademark action for lack of personal jurisdiction in New Jersey is denied. CMC — a New Jersey corporation with its principal place of business in the state — alleges, among other things, that Mitlitsky (1) participated in the purchase, sale, and delivery of counterfeit goods in New Jersey which infringed CMC’s marks and (2) conspired to injure CMC by infringing those marks in New Jersey. Mitlitsky expressly aimed his purported tortious conduct at New Jersey by engaging in business with a New Jersey corporation, communicating with and visiting that corporation, and purchasing, selling, and delivering infringing CMC products in the state. The case is CMC Food, Inc. v. Mitlitsky Eggs, LLC, 2019 BL 395689, D.N.J., No. 18-8939 (KSH) (CLW), 10/16/19.