The Erie Doctrine provides that a federal court sitting in diversity jurisdiction over a state law claim must apply state substantive common law in resolving the dispute. Discuss, in your own words, the importance of the Erie Doctrine and the role it plays today.
In the case, Maureen Massey v. Joanne Mandell, at issue is the claim that the trial court had erred in denying their motion to change venue. From the third e-Activity, create an example in which several aspects of a case may reside in separate jurisdictions, and explain which should be the appropriate venue and why.
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