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VALANSI v. ASHCROFT

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Immigration Law
A conviction for embezzlement, under 18 U.S.C. Section 656, may not qualify as an aggravated felony subjecting a defendant to deportation, under 8...
01/23/2002 00-2293

WARREN v. READING SCH. DIST.

United States Third Circuit
Civil Rights, Education Law
A school principal who is entrusted with the responsibility and authority normally associated with that position will ordinarily be "an appropriate...
01/23/2002 0-1148

BROSIUS v. WARDEN, US PENITENTIARY, LEWISBURG

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus, Military Law
Absent a challenge to the constitutionality of the statute under which a defendant was convicted, a federal habeas court-s inquiry in a military...
01/23/2002 01-1102

LEPAGE'S INC. v. 3M (MINNESOTA MINING & MFG. CO.)

United States Third Circuit
Antitrust & Trade Regulation
Under section 2 of the Sherman Act, the bundling of competitive product with a noncompetitive product will not support a monopolization claim where...
01/14/2002 00-1368, 00-1473

CLUB COMANCHE, INC. v. GOV'T OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS

United States Third Circuit
Civil Procedure
Federal court does not have subject matter jurisdiction for a quiet title action brought under the Virgin Islands quiet title statute, 28 VIC 372,...
01/14/2002 01-1717

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA v. BERETTA U.S.A. CORP.

United States Third Circuit
Injury & Tort Law
Gun manufacturers cannot be liable under negligence, negligent entrustment, or public nuisance theories for costs incurred by plaintiffs associated...
01/11/2002 01-1118

IN RE: IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS, INC.

United States Third Circuit
Securities Law
Conclusion by a competing accounting firm that defendant accounting firm did not stray from generally accepted accounting principles, while not...
01/11/2002 01-1553

US v. PANARELLA

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Under 18 USC 1343, in order to establish "honest services" fraud, it is not necessary to show that a politician's actions were influenced by his...
01/11/2002 01-1739

IN RE: GRAND JURY

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
An Assistant United States Attorney may, without court approval, disclose grand jury information to an AUSA in another district for use in the...
01/10/2002 01-2883

US v. GRICCO

United States Third Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Evidence that conspirators in theft scheme told other participants in the conspiracy not to deposit money in the bank in order to avoid attention from...
01/09/2002 00-2149, 00-2179
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