Bright et al. v. United States

Denial of the government's motion for rehearing/rehearing en banc

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The Federal Circuit has just denied the government's motion for rehearing and rehearing en banc in the closely watched case involving the statute of limitations for class actions. The Federal Circuit has rejected the oneous holding of the trial court that cut short the rights of putative class members who did not timely opt into a class. Now the question is: will the Solicitor General seek certiorari? Stay tuned.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, Federal Circuit | United States


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