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MEDICAL MUTUAL OF OHIO v. DESOTO

United States Sixth Circuit
ERISA, Health Law
California law governed employee ERISA plan, where policy holder was a California resident, the insurance certificate was signed there, and the...
11/30/2000 Nos. 99-3988, 00-3571

US v. MUNOZ

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Under USSG 2D1.1, application note 12, the district court must exclude attempted sale of drugs from defendant's sentencing calculation where defendant...
11/27/2000 99-5652

CRAFT v. US

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure
The "law of the case" doctrine precludes one appellate panel from overturning or overruling the prior decision of another panel stemming from the same...
11/22/2000 99-1734 / 1737

US v. ROBERTS

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Sentence enhancement for obstruction of justice is proper in federal case even though the federal chargesare not identical to the state charges,...
11/22/2000 99-5581

US v. COFIELD

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Revocation of scam artist's supervised release following conviction for wire fraud was proper where he fraudulently misrepresented himself as a...
11/22/2000 99-5437

PERTUSO v. FORD MOTOR CREDIT CO.

United States Sixth Circuit
Bankruptcy Law, Consumer Protection Law
Secured creditor's solicitation of a "reaffirmation agreement" from debtors while bankruptcy proceeding was pending neither violated the automatic...
11/22/2000 99-1132

US v. MOERMAN

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Defendant's "brandishment" of a firearm during commission of armed bank robbery under 18 USC 2113 subjected him to only a five-level enhancement on...
11/22/2000 99-1783

HENRY FORD HEALTH SYST. v. SHALALA

United States Sixth Circuit
Government Benefits, Health Law
The plain language of 42 USC 1395 l(a)(2), et seq. mandates the separation of ambulatory surgical, radiology and diagnostic services from all other...
11/21/2000 99-1831

JAHN v. EQUINE SERV. PSC

United States Sixth Circuit
Evidence, Injury & Tort Law
Daubert and Fed. R. Evid. 702 require only that expert testimony be derived from inferences based on applying the scientific method to the facts of...
11/21/2000 99-5647

US v. NAPIER

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Family Law
Defendant may be convicted under 18 USC 922(g)(8) for unlawfully possessing firearms while subject to a domestic violence order where the weapons...
11/21/2000 00-5290