Issue: (1) Whether the Due Process Clause precludes
state courts from certifying a class action for injunctive
and declaratory relief that the class representative
cannot seek in an individual capacity; (2) whether the Due Process Clause precludes
state courts from certifying a no-opt-out class action
to provide the predicate for later individual awards
of compensatory and punitive damages; and (3) whether the Due Process Clause precludes
state courts from certifying class claims on the premise
that individual defenses will be removed from
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