Kennedy, John E.
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A survey of contemporary Fifth Circuit decisions concerning federal jurisdiction issues. Topics are subdivided into the following broad categories: personal jurisdiction, the Article III “case or controversy” requirement, Section 1331 “arising under” jurisdiction, civil rights claims, pendent jurisdiction, abstention, federal contract and torts claims, diversity jurisdiction, admiralty, removal, and appellate jurisdiction.
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