7th Circuit (Wood, C.J.) Examines Federal Interpleader & Application of the Rooker-Feldman Doctrine


This week's discussion examines the Rooker-Feldman doctrine along with federal interpleader and the Wilton-Brillhart abstention doctrine through the recent Seventh Circuit decision Arnold v. KJD Rel Estate, LLC. The discussion also takes a brief look at the Indiana Supreme Court case Robinson v. Erie Insurance Exchange–holding that the language of an insurance policy did not extend uninsured motorist coverage to property damage caused by a hit-and-run without physical injury to the driver.

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