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DEERBROOK PAVILLION v. SHALALA

United States Eighth Circuit
Health Law
Health Care Finance Administration has authority to impose civil monetary penalties on successor skilled nursing home facilities under 42 USC...
12/27/2000 99-4324

US v. ALVEREZ

United States Eighth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
While cutting open a spare tire may have exceeded the scope of defendant's consent, the officers' own observation that defendant did not use it to...
12/27/2000 00-1531

JIM C v. US

United States Eighth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Education Law
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is a valid exercise of Congress's spending power, and Arkansas waived its immunity with respect to...
12/22/2000 98-1830

US v. BAILEY

United States Eighth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Record showed defendants carried weapons in relation to the underlying drug conspiracy and that they could not establish the actual innocence...
12/22/2000 99-3050, 99-3244, 99-3225

BOGREN V. STATE OF MINNESOTA

United States Eighth Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
Defendants had a legitimate, non-discriminatory, non-pretextual reason for black state trooper's termination, and record did not support claim that...
12/22/2000 99-3516

BURT v. MAURER

United States Eighth Circuit
Bankruptcy Law
Bankruptcy court could rely on state court finding that debtor obtained property from creditor by means of a fraudulent misrepresentation concerning...
12/22/2000 00-6056 and 00-6060

US v. ZUAZO

United States Eighth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Failure to inform defendant that his companion had made a statement did not constitute a Brady violation. District court did not abuse its discretion...
12/22/2000 00-1728

HALL v. HOPKINS

United States Eighth Circuit
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law
State employee's supervisor was not entitled to summary judgment or qualified immunity in plaintiff's claim that her termination was retaliatory,...
12/21/2000 98-1796

SMITHSON v. ALDRICH

United States Eighth Circuit
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Police officers were entitled to qualified immunity on claims that they illegally arrested plaintiff when his bar violated the city sound ordinance,...
12/21/2000 99-4146, 99-4147, and 4148

SCHWARTZ v. KUJAWA

United States Eighth Circuit
Bankruptcy Law, Ethics & Professional Responsibility
Attorney who filed bad faith involuntary bankruptcy petition could be ordered to pay attorneys' fees as sanction under Rule 9011 or court's inherent...
12/21/2000 00-6067 and 00-6100