The U.S. Supreme Court has given appellate attorneys for Home Depot reason to invoke the national big box store’s slogan, “Let’s Do This.”

The Supreme Court agreed Thursday to hear Home Depot USA v. Jackson, which hinges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit’s interpretation of the Class Action Fairness Act. CAFA allows defendants to remove actions from the state to federal court if certain jurisdictional requirements are met.

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