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No Punitives Means Remand to State Court (access required)

Plaintiff’s suit alleging defendant committed fraud when it made him an unconditional job offer alleges nothing more than “shady business practices” and does not state a claim for punitive damages, and because plaintiff does not otherwise exceed the $75,000 amount in controversy requirement for federal jurisdiction, the Richmond U.S. District Court remands plaintiff’s suit back ...

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