The case of the day is Bluebell Business Ltd. v. Jones (D. Md. 2018). Bluebell had a written agreement to lease a Gulfstream model G-IV aircraft to IBX Jets, LLC. According to Bluebell, Michael Jones was a principal of IBX and guarantor of IBX’s obligations under the contract. Bluebell alleged that Jones failed to pay costs incurred during a four-day stay at Dulles International Airport in Washington, and accordingly, it repossessed the airplane under agreement. Bluebell, an Isle of Man company, then sued Jones in the High Court, seeking damages of £333,000, or $480,000. It obtained a default judgment and then sued in Maryland for recognition and enforcement. Jones moved to dismiss.