The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has rejected an attempt by a lawyer it called a “serial class action litigant” to defeat federal jurisdiction in a class action suit against a company selling fish oil capsules.

The appeals court affirmed dismissal of a suit by Englewood lawyer Harold Hoffman, who has brought nearly 100 consumer fraud actions as a pro se litigant in the past four years.

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