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In a case brought by dismissed employees of a government agency in Puerto Rico claiming political discrimination, district court's order of reinstatement against defendant-intervenor is affirmed where: 1) it was proper for the district court to revisit the earlier order where, under the law of the case doctrine, courts may reopen a matter previously decided on a showing of exceptional circumstances such as the serious injustice to the plaintiffs in this case; 2) the reinstatement order was proper as defendants could be substituted for the original party under Rule 25(c) and they are not protected by sovereign immunity.
Appeal from the United State District Court for the District of Puerto Rico
Decided August 26, 2009
For Appellee: Claudio Aliff-Ortiz, Eliezer A. Aldarondo-López, Aldarondo & López Bras, PSC.
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