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The Exceptions to the Anti-Injunction Act: A Federal Injunction May Be the Shortest Route to Success in a State-Court Suit

September 2010
Mayer Brown Article
When a party is named as a defendant in a state-court lawsuit, it is entirely natural— and generally correct—for that litigant to conclude that, barring a basis for removal to federal court, its fate will remain in the hands of the state's courts, perhaps for years to come.


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