The demise of pendent and ancillary jurisdiction

Mengler, Thomas M.
March 1990
Brigham Young University Law Review;1990, Vol. 1990 Issue 1, p247
Academic Journal
Argues that the United States' Congress resurrected pendent and ancillary jurisdiction by codifying them. Importance of the codification of these doctrines; Reference to the case `Finley v. United States'; View that the federal courts should be encouraged to dismiss pendent and ancillary state claims; Details on the case.


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