Erie Railroad Co. v. Tompkins

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Limited the power of federal courts to create judge-made law that would displace state law. Jurists view the Supreme Court’s decision both a modern cornerstone of American judicial federalism and an example of legal realism’s influence.


Subjects: Law.

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