Petitions of the day

Petitions of the dayThe petitions of the day are: Philip Morris USA, Inc. v. Naugle 17-400 Issues: (1) Whether, when there is no way to tell whether a prior jury found particular facts against a party, due process permits those facts to be conclusively presumed against that party in subsequent litigation; and (2) whether strict-liability and negligence claims based on […]

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Petitions of the day

The petitions of the day are:

17-400

Issues: (1) Whether, when there is no way to tell whether a prior jury found particular facts against a party, due process permits those facts to be conclusively presumed against that party in subsequent litigation; and (2) whether strict-liability and negligence claims based on the findings by the class-action jury in Engle v. Liggett Group, Inc. are pre-empted by the many federal statutes that manifested Congress’s intent that cigarettes continue to be lawfully sold in the United States.

17-401

Issues: (1) Whether, when there is no way to tell whether a prior jury found particular facts against a party, due process permits those facts to be conclusively presumed against that party in subsequent litigation; and (2) whether strict-liability and negligence claims based on the findings by the class-action jury in Engle v. Liggett Group, Inc. are pre-empted by the many federal statutes that manifested Congress’s intent that cigarettes continue to be lawfully sold in the United States.

17-415

Issues: (1) Whether, when there is no way to tell whether a prior jury found particular facts against a party, due process permits those facts to be conclusively presumed against that party in subsequent litigation; and (2) whether, if the Engle v. Liggett Group, Inc. jury’s findings are deemed to establish that all cigarettes are inherently defective, claims based on those findings are pre-empted by the many federal statutes that manifest Congress’s intent that cigarettes continue to be lawfully sold in the United States.

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