What happens when two small corporations (one in Mass. and the other in S.C.) both sue the other party in their home states: diversity of citizenship exists for each, so they each have the case...

What happens when two small corporations (one in Mass. and the other in S.C.) both sue the other party in their home states:

diversity of citizenship exists for each,

so they each have the case removed against them to the federal court level in the state where they are the defendant.

Which of the two federal courts, Mass. Federal Court or S.C. Federal Court, ultimately hears the case ? They have a forum clause for Mass. 

 

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