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O'DOWD v. TRUEGER

United States Third Circuit
Bankruptcy Law
Since plaintiff-debtor's second malpractice action was based on alleged pleading errors committed in the first malpractice action, and her bankruptcy...
11/30/2000 99-5479

BATTAGLIA v. MCKENDRY

United States Third Circuit
Contracts, Dispute Resolution & Arbitration
Pennsylvania law requires the District Court to determine the scope of the arbitration clause in the parties' litigation settlement agreement, but...
11/30/2000 99-1751

US v. SERAFINI

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Prosecutor's questioning of defendant before the grand jury on perjury charge under 18 USC 1623 was unambiguous, not impermissibly vague, and the...
11/30/2000 99-3994

BRUMFIELD v. SANDERS

United States Third Circuit
Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law
Claims of tortious conduct occurred outside the scope of defendants' employment under the Westfall Act, where personal animosity towards plaintiff, if...
11/14/2000 00-3275

LAKE v. ARNOLD

United States Third Circuit
Civil Procedure, Civil Rights
Federal tolling doctrine may allow mentally retarded woman to pursue federal claims challenging her sterilization at the age of 16 where her guardian,...
11/08/2000 98-3558

STERLING v. BOROUGH OF MINERSVILLE

United States Third Circuit
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Police officers were not entitled to qualified immunity where at least one officer involved in the incident leading to decedent's suicide knowingly...
11/07/2000 99-1768

US v. VALENTINE

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Police officers had reasonable suspicion to stop defendant, where informant made a face-to-face report to police that he observed defendant moments...
11/02/2000 00-1425

DOUG GRANT, INC. v. GREATE BAY CASINO CORP.

United States Third Circuit
Entertainment Law, Injury & Tort Law
Card counting blackjack gamblers' allegations that casinos committed predicate RICO acts are completely insubstantial and border on being frivolous,...
11/02/2000 98-5291

GOULD, INC. v. A & M BATTERY & TIRE SERV.

United States Third Circuit
Environmental Law
Congress intended the Superfund Recycling Equity Act to apply retroactively to judicial actions for CERCLA contribution, initiated by private parties...
11/01/2000 99-3294
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