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Environmental Defense Fund v. Armstrong

Citation: 2 ELR 20604
No. No. C-72-1057-CBR, (N.D. Cal., 09/01/1972) Venue proper

28 U.S.C. §1391 (e) states that an action "may be brought in any judicial district in which: (1) a defendant in the action resides . . . ." The provision does not require that venue lie in the district in which the defendant who might be most intimately concerned with the subject of the litigation resides....

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