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Disassociated LLC members don’t count for diversity (access required)

Where two members were disassociated from the LLC, that terminated their memberships in the LLC for purposes of federal diversity jurisdiction. Background This is a lawsuit for declaratory and other equitable relief brought by three individuals who are or were ...

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Default vacated where court lacked jurisdiction over defendant (access required)

Where there were no factual allegations showing how a corporate defendant’s ownership of a patent caused injury to plaintiffs in Pennsylvania, an entry of default against the corporate defendant by the Western District of Pennsylvania was vacated because the court ...

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Single-subscriber insurance plan not covered by ERISA (access required)

Where the insurance plan covered only the law firm owner as an insured subscriber, it was not an “employee benefit plan” under the language in the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, and the Department of Labor’s regulatory interpretations. ...

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Senate confirms U.S. judge, one of Trump’s few Black judicial nominees (access required)

With overwhelming bipartisan support, the U.S. Senate has confirmed Roderick C. Young, one of President Trump’s few Black judicial nominees. Young, a former federal prosecutor and a longtime magistrate judge in Richmond, was confirmed in a 93-2 vote on Sept. ...

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State Farm settles fire loss that went to policy’s appraisal process – $243,000 Settlement (access required)

The insured’s Mecklenburg County home burned in July 2013. She had first-party homeowner’s coverage with State Farm Fire & Casualty Co. State Farm paid some on the claim, but not a reasonable amount. So the insured hired a public adjuster ...

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