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June 08, 2005

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Aaron

Since Nixon Peabody's client alert, the 10th Cir. weighed in on Pritchett. See Pritchett v. Office Depot, Inc., 404 F.3d 1232, 10 Wage & Hour Cas.2d (BNA) 814 (10th Cir.(Colo.) Apr 11, 2005)

Evan

Aaron: Thanks. I note the 10th Circuit affirmed, holding that removal by a defendant to federal court does not "commence" an action for purposes of CAFA.

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