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Supreme Court building The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Washington Legal Foundation and others supported China Agritech in amicus briefs. Resh drew supporting briefs from a group of plaintiffs in post-Walmart successor class actions, AARP and a group of retired federal judges, among others. (Photo: AP)

Class-action defendants scored an important victory Monday when a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court barred so-called stacked, or follow-on, cases that are filed after the expiration of a statutory time limit.

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