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US v. VARTANIAN

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Rights, Criminal Law & Procedure
It is not unreasonable for a jury to conclude that a defendant was, or should have been, aware that racially-motivated threats to realtors would be...
03/30/2001 00-1702

US v. COATOAM

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Probation revocation is required under 18 USC 3565(b)(3) where a defendant fails to submit to drug testing when drug testing was imposed as a...
03/30/2001 00-3001

GRIBEHCK v. RUNYON

United States Sixth Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Retaliation claims under the Rehabilitation Act, 29 USC 794 will fail where employee does not answer employer's nondiscriminatory reasons for...
03/30/2001 99-4353

APPALACHIAN REG'L HEALTHCARE, INC. v. UNITED STEELWORKERS OF AM.

United States Sixth Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
An arbitrator cannot create a limitation on management rights in a labor dispute where no such limitation is contained in the collective bargaining...
03/29/2001 99-6590

US v. ROSS

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
A defendant who knowingly and voluntarily enters into a sentencing agreement waiving the right to appeal also waives the right to make a motion for a...
03/29/2001 00-3278

B.F. GOODRICH CO. v. US FILTER CORP.

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure, Contracts
Sixth Circuit and New York case law require that disputed issues of contractual intent are factual issues not to be resolved at summary judgment, and...
03/29/2001 99-4353

PALAZZOLO v. GORCYCA

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
The Double Jeopardy Clause is not an absolute bar to the prosecution's appeal from a final judgment of petitioner's state-court conviction, and to the...
03/27/2001 99-1862

US v. SMITH

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Defendant's failure to notify the government of his acceptance of responsibility until the evening before trial will preclude defendant from a...
03/27/2001 99-3894

FOUND. FOR INTERIOR DESIGN ED. RESEARCH v. SAVANNAH COLL. OF ART & DESIGN

United States Sixth Circuit
Education Law
Defendant's failure to prove that plaintiff acted in an arbitrary or unreasonable manner in denying defendant's educational accreditation application,...
03/27/2001 99-2122

MED. MUT. OF OHIO v. DESOTO

United States Sixth Circuit
ERISA
California law governs the defendant's employee welfare benefit plan with plaintiff where the place of performance was California, and defendant...
03/27/2001 99-3988, 00-3571