Ann Taylor v. KeyCorp, et al

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OPINION and JUDGMENT filed: The judgment of the district court dismissing Taylor's complaint for lack of subject-matter jurisdiction is AFFIRMED. The denial of Lobasso's motion to intervene is AFFIRMED. Decision for publication pursuant to local rule 206. Alan E. Norris, Eric L. Clay, and Richard Allen Griffin (AUTHORING), Circuit Judges. [10-4163, 10-4198, 10-4199]

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Case: 10-4163 Document: 006111318046 Filed: 05/25/2012 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT Page: 1 FILED May 25, 2012 Nos. 10-4163/4198/4199 LEONARD GREEN, Clerk ANN I. TAYLOR; ELAINE KLAMERT, Plaintiffs - Appellants/Cross - Appellees (10-4193/4198), ANTHONY S. LOBASSO, Intervenor - Appellant (10-4199), v. KEYCORP; THOMAS C. STEVENS; HENRY L. MEYERS III, KEYCORP TRUST OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE; JEFFREY B. WEEDEN; THOMAS W. BUNN; THOMAS E. HELFRICH; ROBERT L. MORRIS, Defendants - Appellees/Cross - Appellants (10-4193/4198), Defendants - Appellees (10-4199). Before: NORRIS, CLAY and GRIFFIN, Circuit Judges. JUDGMENT On Appeals from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio at Cleveland. THIS CAUSE was heard on the record from the district court and was argued by counsel. IN CONSIDERATION WHEREOF, it is ORDERED that the judgment of the district court dismissing Taylor’s complaint for lack of subject-matter jurisdiction is AFFIRMED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the denial of Lobasso’s motion to intervene is AFFIRMED. ENTERED BY ORDER OF THE COURT Leonard Green, Clerk

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