Docket No.: 02-271 Topics:
Certiorari Granted: Nov 4 2002
Argued: February 26, 2003
Decided: June 9, 2003
Judicial Power, Article I, Due Process, EPA, First Amendment, Sixth Amendment, abuse of discretion, habeas, habeas corpus, judicial review, murder, patent, qualified immunity, res judicata, sentencing guidelines, stare decisis
PartyNames: Dow Chemical Company, et al. v. Daniel Raymond Stephenson, et al.
Petitioner: Dow Chemical Company, et al.
Respondent: Daniel Raymond Stephenson, et al.
Court Below: United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Citation: CA 2, 273 F.3d 249. QUESTIONS PRESENTED I. Whether absent class members are pr ecluded from relitigating the issue ofadequacy of representation through a collate ral attack on a class settlement, after class members had a full opportunity to op t out, object, and appeal, and after boththe trial court and the court of appeals, in the course of appr oving the settlement, expressly determined that the class representatives adequately represented the entire class. 2. Whether, if collateral attack is per missible, the "adequacy of representation"issue is properly determined as of the time of the original litigation or in light of
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