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US v. NATIONAL RR PASSENGER CORP.

United States Third Circuit
Environmental Law
CERCLA does not require, under 42 USC 9613(f)(2), that matters addressed in the parties' consent decree regarding contribution protection be limited...
12/28/2000 99-1479

LAZARKO v. PENNSYLAVNIA HOSPITAL

United States Third Circuit
Civil Procedure, ERISA
Where plaintiff's claims challenging proprietary of care, rather than administration of benefits, are not completely preempted by ERISA, they cannot...
12/28/2000 98-1776

EP MEDSYSTEMS v. ECHOCATH

United States Third Circuit
Securities Law
Allegation that defendant's CEO gave plaintiff's executives assurances with sales projections that, after lengthy negotiations, contracts with...
12/28/2000 98-6461

MADISON v. RESCOURCES FOR HUMAN DEV., INC.

United States Third Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Fair Labor Standards Act applies to a non-profit corporation providing residential human services programs for mentally ill and mentally retarded...
12/22/2000 99-1821

WATSON v. EASTMAN KODAK CO.

United States Third Circuit
Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
The relevant date from which to measure the timeliness of employee's discrimination claim is the date when he was removed from his position, and the...
12/21/2000 99-3520

US v. WILLIAMS

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Where defendant's sentence was well within statutory maximum for his narcotics conviction under 21 USC 841, et. seq., defendant confirmed his...
12/21/2000 99-5431

PENNSYLVANIA ASS'N OF EDWARDS HEIRS v. RIGHTENOUR

United States Third Circuit
Civil Procedure
A prohibition against civil aiding and abetting claim under RICO extends to bar common law civil remedies for aiding and abetting claims.
12/20/2000 00-3189

US v. GOMEZ

United States Third Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Prosecution lacks a constitutionally mandated obligation under the Fifth Amendment to advise a grand jury witness that he can remain silent and that...
12/20/2000 99-3979

US v. SIMMONDS

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
District Court's decision to order restitution from convicted arsonist in an amount equal to the "replacement value," rather than equal to the "market...
12/20/2000 99-3524

LANGFORD v. ATLANTIC CITY

United States Third Circuit
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law
Public school employees stated a cause of action for political retaliation against municipality whose school board fired them ostensibly due to a lack...
12/19/2000 00-5194
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