Unformatted text preview: Issue: Whether or not each cause of action should be moved back to the state court. Holding. Four out of five of the causes of action were not removed; however, the fifth one is remanded. Rationale: Article III, Section2 states that the constitution authorizes Federal courts to adjudicate cases between parties of diverse citizenship. The first four causes of action were left in the Federal court because Burton was a British Citizen and these allegations involved him. However, the second cause of action against Burton was questioned because Taylor was a U.S citizen and there were common questions between the allegations that were made against them. The fifth one was remanded back to the state court because it had to do solely with Taylor, the citizen, not with Burton....
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- Spring '11
- Supreme Court of the United States, Federal government of the United States, federal court, 20th Century Fox