Punitive damages will be back before the United States Supreme Court this fall. The Court granted certiorari in State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company v. Campbell, No. 01-1289, to consider whether a Utah jury’s $145 million punitive damage award against the insurer State Farm violates the Constitution. The case presents a host of important questions concerning federalism and due process, including whether a jury in one State can punish a corporation for the way it does business in another State—and whether the jury may impose a harsher punishment on a corporation solely because it is very profitable.