Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Today's SCOTUS argument in Hertz Corp. v. Friend: Where is a corporation's "principal place of business"?

As previewed earlier here, Hertz Corp. v. Friend presents the question of how to determine a corporation's principal place of business for purposes of diversity jurisdiction.

The transcript from today's oral argument is available here.

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PS: Numerologists among you will enjoy the fact that the number for this case on the Supreme Court docket is 08-1107, and the argument began at exactly 11:07 am. (Too bad the argument didn't happen on 11/07.)

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