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The U.S. Supreme Court held that the 14-day deadline for requesting permission to appeal an order granting or denying class certification is not subject to equitable tolling. Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(f), parties are generally required to file a petition requesting permission to appeal an order granting or denying class certification within 14 days after the order is entered. After the district court in Nutraceutical decertified a class that it had initially certified, the plaintiff failed to file a petition for leave to appeal that decision within the applicable 14-day deadline.

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The U.S. Supreme Court held that the 14-day deadline for requesting permission to appeal an order granting or denying class certification is not subject to equitable tolling. Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(f), parties are generally required to file a petition requesting permission to appeal an order granting or denying class certification within 14 days after the order is entered. After the district court in Nutraceutical decertified a class that it had initially certified, the plaintiff failed to file a petition for leave to appeal that decision within the applicable 14-day deadline.

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The U.S. Supreme Court held that the 14-day deadline for requesting permission to appeal an order granting or denying class certification is not subject to equitable tolling. Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(f), parties are generally required to file a petition requesting permission to appeal an order granting or denying class certification within 14 days after the order is entered. After the district court in Nutraceutical decertified a class that it had initially certified, the plaintiff failed to file a petition for leave to appeal that decision within the applicable 14-day deadline.