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US v. TALLEY

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
If a defendant is a guest in a house and has no Fourth Amendment expectation of privacy, he cannot challenge the validity of a Miranda-less...
12/28/2001 00-5659

PAINE WEBBER, INC. v. COHEN

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law
Under Rule 19(c) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, a person's status as a joint tortfeasor does not automatically make that person a necessary...
12/27/2001 01-3228

HERRADA v. CITY OF DETROIT

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Rights
Parking citations that list the maximum penalties which a motorist may be subject to, do not deprive motorist procedural due process of law under the...
12/26/2001 00-2244

CLAYBROOK v. BIRCHWELL

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure, Civil Rights
In an excessive force case involving a gunfight with distinct segments, the issue over who fired the first shots in each of the segments constitute...
12/21/2001 01-5073

MAJEWSKI v. AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING, INC.

United States Sixth Circuit
ERISA, Labor & Employment Law
In an age discrimination case, the division of former employee's duties among some younger employees and some older ones is insufficient to satisfy...
12/21/2001 00-4071

KLEIN v. LONG

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Rights
Evidence that police responded to domestic disturbance call and found the wife with a bleeding finger and her accusation that husband prevented her...
12/21/2001 00-2235

US v. WILLIAMS

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Under Fed. R. Crim. P. 18, defendants, who sold drugs to a government informant, who intended to sell the drugs in another venue, are not subject to...
12/20/2001 99-2157

SANTINO v. PROVIDENT LIFE & ACCIDENT INS. CO.

United States Sixth Circuit
ERISA, Labor & Employment Law
Under 29 USC 1002(6) of ERISA, a joint shareholder in a professional corporation may still be an "employee" subject to ERISA.
12/20/2001 00-1926

WONDERLAND SHOPPING CTR. VENTURE LTD. P'SHIP v. CDC MORTGAGE CAPITAL, INC.

United States Sixth Circuit
Banking Law, Contracts
Under Michigan law, a loan agreement that does not conflict with the terms of the accompanying promissory note allows provisions of the note to have...
12/20/2001 01-1668

HARRY W. APPLEGATE, INC. v. STATURE ELEC., INC.

United States Sixth Circuit
Contracts
Under New York law, a contract that is ambiguous as to whether plaintiff may receive commissions after termination allows plaintiff to recover for...
12/19/2001 00-4050