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CHAO v. HOSP. STAFFING SERVS. INC.

United States Sixth Circuit
Bankruptcy Law
A "hot goods" cause of action under the Fair Labor Standards Act to recover money for unpaid wages does not fall under the police powers exception to...
10/31/2001 99-6147, 99-6487

US v. WHITE

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Environmental Law
False statements made to a state agency about drinking water turbidity levels fall within the jurisdiction of the E.P.A. for purposes of prosecution...
10/29/2001 98-6609, 98-6633, 98-6634

FLINT v. KENTUCKY DEP'T OF CORR.

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Rights
Prison officials are not entitled to qualified immunity for the failure to separate prisoners after one had threatened to kill the plaintiff prisoner.
10/26/2001 00-5129

GORDON SEL-WAY, INC. v. US

United States Sixth Circuit
Bankruptcy Law
11 USC 505 does not limit a bankruptcy court's jurisdiction to claims of trustees over property of the estate but authorizes the bankruptcy court to...
10/26/2001 99-2203

APPOLO FUELS, INC. v. BABBITT

United States Sixth Circuit
Environmental Law
Under the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act, a mine operator must compact the backfill for mines to insure that its highwalls would not be...
10/24/2001 00-5376

NEAL v. JANSSEN

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure
In a fraud and breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit, allegedly fraudulent phone calls and faxes to the victim in the forum state is sufficient minimum...
10/23/2001 00-6122

HERMAN MILLER, INC. v. PALAZZETTI IMPORTS & EXPORTS, INC.

United States Sixth Circuit
Injury & Tort Law
Michigan law recognizes a post-mortem right of publicity.
10/22/2001 98-2363, 99-1019

BAYER CORP. v. MASCOTECH, INC.

United States Sixth Circuit
Bankruptcy Law
Debtor's representation to second secured creditor that third party loans to first secured creditor were intended bridge loans for debtor will not...
10/22/2001 00-1102

VAUGN v. LAWRENCEBURG POWER SYS.

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law
Public utility's policy requiring one spouse to resign if employees married each other does not violate the constitutional right to marriage.
10/19/2001 00-5466

MANNING v. HUFFMAN

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
Evidence that defense counsel did not object to alternate jurors participating in deliberations, and that the alternate jurors did participate, is...
10/19/2001 99-3490