Indiana Employment Sec. Div. v. Burney,
409 U.S. 540 (1973)

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Indiana Employment Sec. Div. v. Burney, 409 U.S. 540 (1973)

Indiana Employment Security Division v. Burney

No. 71-1119

Argued December 7, 1972

Decided January 17, 1973

409 U.S. 540


There being no named representative of the class except appellee, settlement of appellee's claim for benefits in this class action challenging Indiana' system of administering unemployment insurance raises a question as to whether this case has become moot.

347 F.Supp. 218, vacated and remanded.

Page 409 U. S. 541

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