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Civil Law: Removal-Timeliness

  Where a Missouri resident challenged the denial of his motion to remand a case back to state court, arguing that removal to federal court was untimely, the judgment is affirmed because any such error would be non reversible and ...

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Civil Law: Delivery Of Summons-‘Secondhand Service’-Minnesota Law

  Where a plaintiff with a personal injury action attempted to serve the defendant by having a local sheriff’s deputy leave a copy of the summons and complaint with the defendant’s father, who handed them to the defendant hours later, ...

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Civil: Venue-Standing

Where appellants as trustees of a revocable trust challenged the adverse grant of partial summary judgment, the trial court did not err in denying the appellants’ motion to transfer venue because forum-selection clauses designated the venue for litigation in connection ...

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