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In a Superstorm Sandy case brought against several insurance carriers, a federal district court in New Jersey has denied a request by the plaintiffs, commercial property owners, to remand the case to New Jersey state court, finding that it had “original and exclusive” jurisdiction over their claims under the National Flood Insurance Program (“NFIP”) and supplemental jurisdiction over the balance of their claims.

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