"Matimak Trading Co. v. Khalily"
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This is a case brief, a particular form of art required of students in legal classes, so that it does not follow precise essay rules. It is divided by well-established convention into certain precise portions: citation, facts, issues, holding, reasoning, and dissent/concurrence, which is often omitted. Also, it is improper to include any sort of conventional bibliography in such a paper.
From the Paper:""Alienage jurisdiction" is that aspect of diversity jurisdiction granting the federal courts jurisdiction over any action arising between "citizens of a State and citizens or subjects of a foreign state." 28 U.S.C. 1332(a)(2). Diversity of citizenship is determined as of the commencement of an action. The court expressed no opinion as to the status of Hong Kong, its residents, or its corporations under Chinese rule for purposes of alienage jurisdiction for actions arising after Hong Kong reverted to Chinese control on July 1, 1997."
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