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    "The Matimak Trading Co. v. Khalily and D.A.Y. Kids Sportswear Inc. case and prepare a case brief".

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    The Matimak Trading Co. v. Khalily and D.A Y Kids Sports Inc


    This case took place in the United States Court of Appeals for the second circuit. The Plaintiff-Appellant was, Matimak Trading Company, Ltd against the Defendants-Appellees Albert Khalily d/b/a Unitex Mills Inc and D.A.Y Kids Sportswear Inc. The plaintiff Matimak Trading Co. ltd is an organization that is under Hong Kong as it principle place of operation. The organization seeks top sue defendants Albert Khalily and D.A.Y Kids Sportswear Inc. which are two New York Corporations that are located in the Southern District due to the occurrence of the break of a contract. The Appellant invoked the court to utilize its diversity that was under 28 U.S.C 1332 (a) (2). This statement provided the fact that the jurisdiction was above the any form of civil actions that arose in the relation of a citizen of state and a citizen of a foreign state. In the year 1996, the court that was termed as Sua Sponte brought up the issue after the parties were allowed to state the problem. The complaint was dismissed in the court due to the lack proper subject matter jurisdiction. The conclusion that was raised was grounded on the fact that Hong Kong is a state that is foreign terming that it is not a "citizen nor a subject" (United States, ...

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    The solution discusses legal aspects of business decisions.