Ann Taylor v. KeyCorp, et al

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OPINION and JUDGMENT filed: The judgment of the district court dismissing Taylor's complaint for lack of subject-matter jurisdiction is AFFIRMED. The denial of Lobasso's motion to intervene is AFFIRMED. Decision for publication pursuant to local rule 206. Alan E. Norris, Eric L. Clay, and Richard Allen Griffin (AUTHORING), Circuit Judges. [10-4163, 10-4198, 10-4199]

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Case: 10-4163 Document: 006111318057 Filed: 05/25/2012 Page: 1 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT Leonard Green Clerk 100 EAST FIFTH STREET, ROOM 540 POTTER STEWART U.S. COURTHOUSE CINCINNATI, OHIO 45202-3988 Filed: May 25, 2012 Mr. Paul Blankenstein Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher 1050 Connecticut Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20036 Mr. Jeremy Paul Blumenfeld Mr. Brian T. Ortelere Morgan, Lewis & Bockius 1701 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 Mr. David A. Carney Mr. Scott C. Holbrook Ms. Gretchen Lee Lange Mr. James A Slater Jr. Mr. Daniel R. Warren Baker & Hostetler 1900 E. Ninth Street, Suite 3200 Cleveland, OH 44114 Mr. Michael Jason Klein Stull, Stull & Brody Six E. 45th Street New York, NY 10017 Mr. Edwin John Mills Stull, Stull & Brody 6 E. 45th Street, Suite 500 New York, NY 10017-0000 Mr. Nathaniel I. Spiller Mr. Thomas Tso U.S. Department of Labor Office of the Solicitor 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W., N-4611 Washington, DC 20210 Tel. (513) 564-7000 www.ca6.uscourts.gov Case: 10-4163 Document: 006111318057 Filed: 05/25/2012 Page: 2 Re: Case Nos. 10-4163/10-4198/10-4199, Ann Taylor v. KeyCorp, et al Originating Case No. : 1:08-CV-1927 Dear Counsel, The court today announced its decision in the above-styled case. Enclosed is a copy of the court's opinion together with the judgment which has been entered in conformity with Rule 36, Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure. Yours very truly, Leonard Green, Clerk Cathryn Lovely Deputy Clerk cc: Ms. Geri M. Smith Enclosures Mandate to issue.

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