Brembo, an Italian corporation, was not subject to specific jurisdiction in California in a suit by its distributor TAW, which though originally a California entity, had moved its principal place of business to North Carolina before entering into the distributorship agreement that was the subject of this suit. The agreement authorized TAW to distribute Brembo products throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada. Though a large percentage of the products were sold in California, that was solely TAW’s doing. The distributorship agreement stated that Brembo would ship the products to TW in North Carolina. Also, while not determinative, the fact that the distributorship agreement chose New York law and selected the forum in that state reinforced the absence of Brembo’s contacts with California. Unilateral conduct by TAW in California could not subject Brembo to personal jurisdiction here.