The Current State of the Law | I. Glenn Cohen | June 23, 2014

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The Current State of the Law

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  1. 2 Show/Hide More Jones v. Ford Motor Credit Co. [NOTE COMMENT]
    Original Creator: I. Glenn Cohen Current Version: I. Glenn Cohen
    This case will teach us a bit more about 1367(a),© and the CNOF test. It also reaches ahead to the idea of counterclaims that we will take up in the joinder unit of the course.
  2. 3 Show/Hide More OPTIONAL: T&O v. CNOF [OPTIONAL, READ ONLY IF YOU WANT TO]
    Original Creator: I. Glenn Cohen
    This is optional, advanced Civ Pro reading. We will not discuss it in class and it will not be on the exam.
    1. 3.1 Show/Hide More Shanaghan v. Cahill [NOTE DIRECTIONS; OPTIONAL]
      Original Creator: I. Glenn Cohen Current Version: I. Glenn Cohen
      What happens when the federal basis for a case drops away, can you still continue to assert supplemental jurisdiction?
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