CASAD

AcronymDefinition
CASADCitizens Against Speeding and Aggressive Driving
CASADCentre for Applied Systems Analysis in Development (India)
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339 (1948); CASAD & CLERMONT, supra note 8, at 33-34.
See RESTATEMENT (SECOND) OF JUDGMENTS [section] 26 (1982); BOWER, supra note 7, at 149-151, 378-80 (for the doctrine of RJ in England); CASAD & CLERMONT, supra note 8, at 85-106 (for the doctrine of RJ in the U.
399, 444-45 (1973); CASAD & CLERMONT, supra note 8, at 29-38; JAMES ET AL.
20) See RESTATEMENT (SECOND) OF JUDGMENTS [subsection] 12, 17, 65 (1982); CASAD & CLERMONT, supra note 17, at 249-61.
Under this view, one would note that res judicata is normally driven by the need for finality, see CASAD & CLERMONT, supra note 17, at 29-31, whereas collateral bar is driven by the need for obedience, United States v.
See generally CASAD & CLERMONT, supra note 17, at 263-72; Bennett Boskey & Robert Braucher, Jurisdiction and Collateral Attack: October Term, 1939, 40 COLUM.