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.

17-443

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 manifest Congress’ intent that cigarettes continue to be lawfully sold in the United States.

Posted in Philip Morris USA v. Naugle, Philip Morris USA v. Lourie, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. v. Graham, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. v. Block, Cases in the Pipeline

Recommended Citation: Aurora Barnes, Petitions of the day, SCOTUSblog (Oct. 16, 2017, 8:20 PM), http://www.scotusblog.com/2017/10/petitions-of-the-day-51/