not to be a male private part but.. .(jesus christ, you peops are thinking over things... my suggestion is relax, and re-read the question you asked) read what is being asked - "subject to personal jurisdictioj" THEY ARE SUBJECT TO IN PERSONAM, and "where defendant MAY be found" - you have to look at elements. look at the annotated code - and for future reference, when u get a job, grow up.
Here's a question I have if anybody can help, I'd appreciate it. I've been thinking about it all night. What's the difference between 28 U.S.C. section 1391, clause (a) vs. clause (b). It says one is for diversity and the other is for suits that aren't based on diversity, but the only thing different between the two is that each part 3 uses very slightly language. Any thoughts on what the difference is between "subject to personal jurisdiction" vs "where defendant may be found"