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28 U.S.C. § 1292(b)

Definition

A federal statute providing federal courts of appeal with discretion to hear interlocutory appeals of district court decisions that are not otherwise appealable where the district court certifies both that the decision concerns a controlling issue of law subject to considerable differences of opinion and that resolution of the issue on appeal will significantly advance the course of proceedings.

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