An appeals court unraveled Johnson & Johnson’s agreement over recalled sunscreen, citing its own ruling last month that defined a “coupon” settlement.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, in a Thursday opinion, remanded the sunscreen settlement back to U.S. District Judge Anuraag “Raag” Singhal of the Southern District of Florida. Singhal, a 2019 appointee of former President Donald Trump, who had criticized objector Ted Frank for holding up his approval of the settlement, must now revaluate whether the deal is a “coupon” settlement as defined under the Eleventh Circuit’s May 13 decision in Drazen v. Pinto.