Williams v. Homeland Insurance Co. of New York
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals held that it has never recognized the "fraudulent misjoinder" doctrine in analyzing diversity of citizenship, and applying the proper "improper joinder" analysis found that the district court exercised jurisdiction in error and that the case should be remanded to state court.
PPO, health insurance, class action, CAFA, diversity, removal, motion to remand, joinder, fraudulent misjoinder, improper joinder
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