Attorney obtained a complete dismissal of an aircraft maintenance and modifications company from a lawsuit arising out of a serious aircraft accident on Martha's Vineyard. The company was sued in Massachusetts state court, and, although it had contacts with and conducted business in the forum, the court, after briefing and oral argument, dismissed the client from the case and entered judgment in its favor, holding that even though the state's long-arm statute was satisfied, the exercise of personal jurisdiction would run afoul of established due process standards. Equally significant to the ruling was the Court's decision to accept the defense's argument that the plaintiff should be denied the opportunity to engage in jurisdictional discovery.