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NORTON v. S. UTAH WILDERNESS ALLIANCE

United States Supreme Court
Environmental Law, Transportation
The Bureau of Land Management's alleged failure to protect state lands from environmental damage caused by off-road vehicles was not remediable under...
06/14/2004 03-101

PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE v. SUDERS

United States Supreme Court
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
To establish "constructive discharge," plaintiff must prove a work environment so hostile as to merit resignation as a fitting response. Defendants...
06/14/2004 03-95

HIBBS v. WINN

United States Supreme Court
Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Tax Law
Tax Injunction Act did not bar plaintiffs' challenge to a state tax law providing for credits for payments made to school tuition organizations that...
06/14/2004 02-1809

CENT. LABORERS' PENSION FUND v. HEINZ

United States Supreme Court
ERISA, Labor & Employment Law
ERISA Section 204(g) prohibits a pension plan amendment that expands the definition of postretirement employment that would trigger the suspension of...
06/07/2004 02-891

CITY OF LITTLETON v. Z. J. GIFTS

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law
City's adult business license ordinance was found to meet the First Amendment's requirements that such a licensing scheme ensure prompt judicial...
06/07/2004 02-1609

DEPT. OF TRANSP. v. PUB. CITIZEN

United States Supreme Court
Environmental Law, Transportation
Because the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration lacks discretion to prevent operations of cross-border operations of Mexican motor carriers,...
06/07/2004 03-358

REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA v. ALTMAN

United States Supreme Court
Constitutional Law, International Law
The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act applies retroactively to actions of foreign states that occurred before the FSIA's 1976 enactment. The...
06/07/2004 03-13

YARBOROUGH v. ALVARADO

United States Supreme Court
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus, Juvenile Law
A state court considered the proper factors and reached a reasonable conclusion that minor defendant was not in custody for Miranda purposes during...
06/01/2004 02-1684