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The U.S. Supreme Court has apparently relisted Philip Morris USA, Inc. v. Jackson, no. 10-735, for a second time. The case was scheduled for conference last Friday, March 18, but it is not mentioned in this morning's order list.
See this blog post for more on Jackson.
Posted by Kimberly A. Kralowec at 10:17 AM in Class actions - certification, Class actions - Supreme Court | Permalink
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