Friday, February 04, 2011

Sixth Circuit Dismisses Case for Falling One Penny Short of 1332's Amount-in-Controversy Requirement

The Sixth Circuit has issued an opinion dismissing a case for lack of subject matter jurisdiction because the amount in controversy was one penny short. The case is Freeland v. Liberty Mutual Fire Ins. Co., no. 10-3038 (6th Cir. Feb.4, 2011) and is available for download here.


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