(The Return of) Ignatz, by Sam Heldman

Wednesday, October 16, 2002

According to a report from law.com, the oral argument in Syngenta v. Henson went so poorly for the defendant-petitioner, that the plaintiff-respondent hardly even bothered to argue (using only 10 of his allowed 30 minutes). Looks like defendants won't be able to use the All Writs Act as a basis for removal any more. See my earlier post here to see what I'm talking about, if you're not a removal jurisdiction afficionado.

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