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The CAFA Law Blog received the following question from K. B. Hooper, a law student at Samford: "What sort of avenues are available to a plaintiff that has their case remanded to state court under one of the CAFA exceptions, if the defendant appeals? Can you request an en banc appeal? Or cert to the Supreme Court? I’m trying to draw an analogy to other statutes involving a 60 day time limit, but can’t find any. "
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