In plaintiffs' class action lawsuit against defendants, judgment of the district court remanding the case is vacated and remanded as the court determined prematurely that it lacked the Class Action Fairness Act jurisdiction on the ground that the complaint does not specifically define a proposed class.
Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico
Decided October 22, 2009
Opinion by: Selya, Circuit Judge
For Appellee: José A. Acosta-Grubb, María L. Montalvo-Vera, José Luis Ramírez-Coll, and Fiddler Gonzáles & Rodríguez, P.S.C., German J. Brau and Usera Morell Bauzá Dapena & Cartagena