A Cautionary Tale On Diversity Jurisdiction From The 6th Circ.

By Lauren Snyder and Charles Loeser (August 22, 2022, 5:38 PM EDT) -- One of the core civil procedure lessons law students learn is that to invoke a federal court's diversity jurisdiction, litigants must have complete diversity, i.e., no plaintiff and no defendant must be citizens of the same state.[1]...

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