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Complaint Meets ‘Double Designation’ Test (access required)

A defendant who removed a contract action to federal court has satisfied the “double designation” rule for alleging diversity jurisdiction based on allegations in plaintiff’s state court complaint and in the notice of removal, and the Richmond U.S. District Court denies plaintiff’s motion to remand to state court. Plaintiff argues that defendant’s Notice of Removal is ...

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