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Fifth Circuit Finds Transit Workers' Benefit Claims Improperly Dismissed for Lack of Jurisdiction
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June 24, 2014
"The Fifth Circuit disagreed with the district court's decision to dismiss the case on jurisdictional grounds, saying in a June 23 ruling that the U.S. Supreme Court 'has repeatedly instructed that we must avoid conflating the question of whether we have subject matter jurisdiction' with 'whether the plaintiff has stated a valid claim.'" [Smith et al. v. Regional Transit Authority, No. 13-30647 (5th Cir. June 23, 2014)]

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