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A colleague tipped me off today to a recent Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals decision upholding a Minnesota federal district court’s order enjoining class certification proceedings in a West Virginia state court, following the federal court’s earlier denial of class certification in an action filed against the same defendant.  Here’s a link to the slip opinion: In re Baycol Products Litigation, No. 09-1069 (8th Cir., Jan. 5 2010).  The decision is in accord with a 2003 Seventh Circuit decision, In re Bridgestone/Firestone, 333 F.3d 763, 767-68 (7th Cir. 2003), which also held that the relitigation exception to the federal Anti-Injunction Act “permitted an injunction barring relitigation in state court of a federal court’s denial of class certification.”  In re Baycol Prods. Lit., No. 09-1069, slip op. at 9 (citing In re Bridgestone/Firestone, 333 F.3d at 769).

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