Ogunro v. Allstate Vehicle and Property Insurance Co.
Court found that the Hensgens factors weighed against allowing the amendment, as the insured was dilatory in moving for leave to amend her complaint post-removal and, despite asserting viable claims against the agents, the court found that her primary purpose for joining the defendants was to defeat diversity jurisdiction.
homeowner's insurance policy, motion for leave to amend complaint, insurance agents, improper joinder, fraudulent joinder, post-removal joinder, 28 USC 1447(e), diversity jurisdiction, dilatory,
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