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Federal Jurisdiction: A Proposal to Simplify the System to Meet the Needs of a Complex Society

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Title: Federal Jurisdiction: A Proposal to Simplify the System to Meet the Needs of a Complex Society
Author: Wicker, Jeremy Charles
Abstract: Professors Wicker and Moore tackle the seemingly age-old problem of gridlock in the courts. They provide the following suggestions: 1) original jurisdiction should implement the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure; 2) venue and process should support the functioning of the Rules; 3) jurisdictional amount should be eliminated; 4) removal jurisdiction should be reduced to a minimum; and 5) diversity jurisdiction should be retained, but simplified.
Description: Co-author: James William Moore
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10601/199
Date: 1973

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