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Civil Practice – Federal Jurisdiction – Removal – Class Action Fairness Act – State as Plaintiff – Parens Patriae – Remand — Antitrust (access required)

South Carolina v. LG Display Co. The State of South Carolina filed this antitrust action seeking civil forfeitures and statutory penalties pursuant to its parens patriae power in addition to seeking restitution on behalf of a particular subset of S.C. citizens. As such, this case is not removable under the Class Action Fairness Act. The state’s motion to remand to state court is granted.

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