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[World] [Eugene Volokh] Pseudonymous State Court Defendants Might Want to Avoid Removing the Case to Federal Court A cautionary tale, from Doe v. Doe (S.D. Ohio). An Oberlin college student sued a fellow student in Ohio state court for libel, claiming that she (the defendant) had falsely accused him (the plaintiff) of rape. The state court had allowed both parties to be pseudonymous. But federal courts generally view Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 10(a)… Published:10/8/2021 7:20:05 AM
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