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Thursday, October 26, 2006

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Andrew Engel

This is but one of the strange features of CAFA. It seems that if the removing party bears the burden on establishing federal jursidcition, it must prove all elements of jurisdiction - including the absence of any exception. I'm glad to see that one judge is making Congress live by its words - for good or ill.

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