State courts cannot have concurrent jurisdiction with

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State courts cannot have concurrent jurisdiction with federal courts.
long-arm Rules for when a court has personal jurisdiction over out-of-state defendants are set out in ________________ statutes.
disputeSubject matter jurisdiction is a court's authority over the _____ in a case. Does the defendant have some level of minimum contacts with the state? Courts use a two-
prong test to determine whether it has personal jurisdiction over an out-of-state defendant. Which of the following questions is likely to be asked in the second prong that deals with meeting constitutional requirements of fairness and due process? In a diversity-of-citizenship case, a federal court will apply state law. Which of the
following is true of subject matter jurisdiction on the basis of diversity of citizenship? conflict among the circuits The U.S. Supreme Court accepts cases when the federal appellate
courts disagree on an issue of law. This is known as a ________. conflict among the circuits When federal courts of appeals disagree on the same issue, it is called a _____.
Diversity jurisdiction is applicable only in federal courts.

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