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Supreme Court: Home is where the ‘nerve center’ is

The Supreme Court issued two opinions Tuesday: One holding that the principal place of business, for diversity of citizenship jurisdiction purposes, is the “nerve center” of a company which is usually its head quarters; and one holding that a warning to a suspect that he had the right to speak to an attorney “before” being questioned by police is sufficient for Miranda purposes.

More on each opinion here from Lawyers USA.

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  1. I believe “nerve center” is an elastic term because a company may have more than one “nerve center”..

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