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Court Sticks By McKinney ‘Intermediate Rule’ (access required)

The en banc 4th Circuit adheres to the McKinney rule for counting the 30-day period to remove a suit from state to federal court, which says the first-served defendant should file the notice of removal within 30 days of service, and later-served defendants have 30 days to join in the notice; the district court erred ...

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