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7 Jan 2008, 4:11 am
Supreme Court authority explaining the limited involvement of absent class members in class action litigation, including the fact that “‘an absent class-action plaintiff is not required to do anything.’” Id., at *5 (quoting Phillips Petroleum Co. v. [read post]
28 Sep 2009, 5:00 pm
Issue: Does the Due Process Clause or Full Faith and Credit Clause, as interpreted in Phillips Petroleum Co v. [read post]
22 Jan 2008, 6:00 am
The United States Supreme Court, in Phillips Petroleum Co. v Shutts (472 US 797, 810-811 [1985]), succinctly addressed not only the status of an absent class action plaintiff, but also the relative detachment, and concomitant security, that characterizes that plaintiff's involvement in the litigation. [read post]