No More Late Fees and Federal Court Jurisdiction Goes Down the Tubes for Blockbuster. Another Circuit Court Holds that CAFA Does Not Change the Burden of Proof as to Minimal Diversity Jurisdiction Upon Removal.

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Download the MP3 file of this posting. Blockbuster v. Galeno, 2006 WL 3775326, Docket No. 05-8019 (2d Cir. Dec. 26, 2006). On March 23, 2006, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit handed down a summary order remanding this case against Blockbuster back to state court, in order to meet CAFA’s 60 day time limit to render decision under 1453(c)(2). The summary order can be found at Galeno v. Blockbuster, Inc., 171 Fed. Appx. 904...Read More
Download the MP3 file of this posting. Blockbuster v. Galeno, 2006 WL 3775326, Docket No....Read More