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BELTRAN v. AMADOR

United States Fifth Circuit
Civil Rights, Injury & Tort Law
Plaintiff failed to state a violation of clearly established equal protection or due process rights against the 911 operator who allegedly mishandled...
04/14/2004 03-50427

GREENBERG v. CROSSROADS SYS., INC.

United States Fifth Circuit
Class Actions, Securities Law
Plaintiffs may maintain a fraud-on-the-market claim with respect to the statements made by defendant on 24 May 2000, 6 June 2000, 12 June 2000, and 5...
04/14/2004 03-50311

ADAMS v. UNIONE MEDITERRANEA DI SICURTA

United States Fifth Circuit
Admiralty, Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law
Because UMS Generali Marine has not paid its share of the insured loss, it is not subrogated to the insured's right to assert a claim against A.K....
04/14/2004 03-30026

US v. REYNOLDS

United States Fifth Circuit

Criminal Law & Procedure
04/14/2004 03-10331

MORROW v. DRETKE

United States Fifth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
Death row inmate's Brady claims are rejected on their merits.
04/14/2004 03-10024

WITTY v. DELTA AIR LINES, INC.

United States Fifth Circuit
Health Law, Injury & Tort Law, Transportation
Passenger who allegedly developed Deep Vein Thrombosis on one of defendant's flights raises state tort claims that are preempted by federal law. Any...
04/13/2004 03-30654

DELGADO v. REEF RESORT LTD.

United States Fifth Circuit
Admiralty, Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law
Dismissal for lack of personal jurisdiction is affirmed; Mississippi long-arm statute did not permit Florida resident to bring suit against Belize...
04/13/2004 03-60611

KANIDA v. GULF COAST MED. PERS. LP

United States Fifth Circuit
Civil Rights, Injury & Tort Law, Labor & Employment Law
Plaintiff-employee was properly awarded overtime pay in the amount stipulated to by the parties before trial, no more. Her various challenges to the...
04/12/2004 02-21149

US v. GOULD

United States Fifth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
District court erred as a matter of law in holding that a protective sweep can never be valid unless incident to an arrest, and on that sole basis...
04/12/2004 02-30629

US v. MITCHELL

United States Fifth Circuit

Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
04/09/2004 03-10644