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Name two factors that give federal courts jurisdiction over a case...

1:Because of subject matter

2:The parties involved in the case

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  1. 2 factors that give Federal Courts jurisdiction over a case.

    1) Cases that arise under a Federal Law. (Federal Antitrust law, Patents, Federal Civil Rights law)

    2) Cases involving parties that has complete diverse citizenship. Parties or defendants are citizens of different states.

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