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Friday, July 06, 2007

No Jurisdiction. The Second Circuit has held that it did not have appellate jurisdiction to hear an appeal from an order remanding a case to state court after the District Court had joined a party whose presence destroyed subject-matter jurisdiction. The Court also held that the collateral order doctrine did not allow the Court to review the District Court's joinder order.

The decision in Price v. J&H Marsh & McLennon, Inc. can be found here.

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