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DEWS v. A.B. DICK CO.

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
In "failure to promote" cases under Title VII, an employer owes a duty to consider all employees who might reasonably be interested in a promotion...
11/08/2000 98-4551

IN RE: TIMOTHY SCOTT CASSELL

United States Sixth Circuit
Bankruptcy Law
Bankruptcy court's decision to sanction debtor's landlord-creditor under Bankruptcy Rule 9011 for filing a proof of claim was an abuse of its...
11/06/2000 00-8037

VANCE v. SPENCER COUNTY PUB. SCH. DIST.

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Rights, Education Law
School districts receiving federal funds who know that their remedial actions to remedy student-on-student sexual harassment are inadequate and...
11/06/2000 99-5095

US v. LEWIS

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Government could not justify a warrantless search, because there was no good faith basis for the presumption that evidence believed to be inside the...
11/03/2000 98-3619

MILLER v. AMER. HEAVY LIFT SHIPPING

United States Sixth Circuit
Admiralty, Civil Procedure
Amended complaints charging that shippers were liable for the same conduct, as alleged in original complaints, related back to the original...
11/03/2000 99-3703 / 3705 / 3707 / 3708 / 3709

KEMP v. MEDTRONIC, INC.

United States Sixth Circuit
Injury & Tort Law
The Medical Device Amendments of 1976 to the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, 21 USC 301 et seq., preempt plaintiffs' common law and products...
11/01/2000 99-3720

LEXINGTON INS. CO. v. F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.

United States Sixth Circuit
Landlord Tenant Law
Commercial lease obligated landlord to keep leased premises fully insured against fire damage and to repair or rebuild the leased structure should...
11/01/2000 99-3609

SKAGGS v. PARKER

United States Sixth Circuit
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Petitioner received ineffective assistance of counsel during the penalty phase of his trial, where his attorney failed to investigate and present...
10/31/2000 98-6249

GALL v. PARKER

United States Sixth Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Evidence that murder defendant is competent to stand trial is not sufficient to prove that defendant lacked extreme emotional disturbance, the...
10/30/2000 91-5502

ROGERS v. WAL-MART STORES

United States Sixth Circuit
Civil Procedure
A post-removal stipulation reducing the amount in controversy below the jurisdictional limit does not require remand to state court.
10/26/2000 99-6348
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