Diversity Discrimination Case Study

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In the law of the United States, diversity jurisdiction is allowed when the amount in controversy exceeds statutory amount and when the parties involved are “diverse” in citizenship, meaning they are from different states or one is a citizen of a foreign country (“Diversity of Citizenship”, 2010). In Article 3, section 2, the U.S. Constitutions grants congress the power to permit U.S. district courts in the federal judiciary to hear diversity cases. This was created because it was a big concern that if a party filed a case in its home state against another party from another state, the court might be biased toward the party from its own state. For this law to apply, there must be complete diversity, meaning none of the plaintiffs can be from
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