After Habelt filed a class action for securities fraud against iRhythm, Miss. Public Retirement System was appointed the class representative pursuant to the PSLRA.  The Retirement System’s amended complaint was dismissed without leave to amend.  The Retirement System did not appeal from the dismissal.  The mere fact that Habelt remained a name in the case caption didn’t confer standing on him to appeal.  The body of the amended complaint made it clear that only the Retirement System was the plaintiff.  Though an unnamed member of a certified class may appeal, an unnamed class member cannot appeal if the class is not or not yet certified.  No exceptinal circumstances allowed Habelt to appeal as a nonparty, and he retained an individual remedy.  The judgment was not binding on him, so he could sue on the same claim again.