As USX Corp. sees it, federal appellate courts should get out of the business of predicting state law and instead should certify questions to state supreme courts whenever a case hinges on an unanswered question of state law.

In an unusual petition for certiorari, lawyers for USX are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to “implement a presumption in favor of certifying substantial unanswered questions of state law.”

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