104 F.3d - Volume 104 of the Federal Reporter, 3rd Series

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United States of America v. Thomas Degovanni, Appellant
Date: January 2, 1997
Citation: 104 F.3d 43

United States of America, Appellee, v. Terry A. Collins, Appellant
Date: January 9, 1997
Citation: 104 F.3d 143

Clyde Weiler, Appellee, v. James Purkett; Leah Embly, Appellants
Date: March 14, 1997
Citation: 104 F.3d 149

United States of America, Appellee, v. Ben J. Wiggins, Appellant
Date: January 6, 1997
Citation: 104 F.3d 174

United States of America, Appellee, v. Terri A. Payseno, Appellant
Date: January 8, 1997
Citation: 104 F.3d 191

United States of America, Appellee, v. Quincey Jones, Appellant
Date: February 11, 1997
Citation: 104 F.3d 193

Plaintiff v. Defendant
Date: December 30, 1996
Citation: 104 F.3d 264

Notice: This Summary Order May Not Be Cited As Precedential Authority, but May Be Called to the Attention of the Court in a Subsequent Stage of This Case, in a Related Case, or in Any Case for Purposes of Collateral Estoppel or Res Judicata. See Second Circuit Rule 0.23.valley View Manor Nursing Home; Lakeshore Nursing Home;sylcox Nursing Home and Health Related Facility; Nortoniannursing Home; Elcor Nursing Home; Waterview Hills Nursingcenter, Inc.; Walnut Mountain Care Center; Ridge Viewmanor Nursing Home; Manor Oak Skilled Nursing Facility,buffalo; Manor Oak Skilled Nursing Facility, Jamestown;manor Oak Skilled Nursing Facility, Warsaw; Crest Manornursing Home; Campbell Hall Health Care Center; Blossomhealth Care Center; Pontiac Nursing Home; Brae Loch Manorhealth Care Facility; nor Loch Manor Health Care Facility;hornell Nursing Home and Health Related Facility; Hurlbutnursing Home; Penfield Nursing Home; Conesus Lake Nursinghome; Elm Manor Nursing Home; Wedgewood Nursing Home;westgate Nursing Home; Woodside Nursing Home; Avon Nursinghome; Auburn Nursing Home; Aurora Park Health Care Center;berkshire Nursing Home; Betsy Ross Nursing Home;birchwood Health Care Center; Blossom View Nursing Home;brookhaven Health Care Facility; Carrilon House Nursingfacility; Cedar Manor Nursing Home; Cedar Lodge Nursinghome; Crest Hall Nursing Center; East Neck Nursing Center;eden Park Nursing Home (catskill); Eden Park Nursing Home(cobleskill); Eden Park Nursing Home (hudson); Fiddlersgreen Nursing Home; Fishkill Health Center; Hallmarknursing Centre (glens Falls); Hallmark Nursing Centre(minor); Hallmark Nursing Centre (troy); Hallmark Nursingcentre (schenactady); Hallmark Nursing Centre (carthage);hallmark Nursing Centre (rotterdam); Harding Nursing Home;harr-wood Nursing Home; Highland Nursing Home; Hillcrestnursing Home; Houston Nursing Care Center; Howd Nursinghome; Hudson Valley Nursing Center; Indian River Nursinghome; Little Flower Nursing Home; Long Beach Grandell Co.;long Island Care Center; Maplewood Health Care Center;marrs Nursing Home; Mayfair Nursing Home; Montgomerynursing Home; New Sans Souci Nursing Home; Nyack Manornursing Home; Oak Hollow Nursing Center; Orchard Manor;orchard Park Health Care Center; Palatine Nursing Home;park View Nursing Home; Park Shore Health Care Center;patchogue Nursing Center; Rockville Nursing Center;rockville Residence Manor; Ross Nursing Home; Salamancanursing Home; Salem Hills Nursing Care Center; Senecanursing Home; Sky View Haven Nursing Home; Somers Manornursing Home; St. Johnland Nursing Center, Inc.; St. Jamesnursing Home; St. Regis Nursing Home; Sullivan Park Healthcare Center; Sunharbor Manor; Sunrest Health Facilities;sunset Nursing Home; Three Rivers Health Care Center;united Helper (canton); University Nursing Home; Van Allennursing Home; Victory Lake Nursing Center; Westfieldhealth Care Center; Woodbury Nursing Home; Woodhavennursing Home, Plaintiffs-appellants, Cross-appellees, v. Barbara A. Debuono, Commissioner of Health of the State Ofnew York; Brian Wing, Acting Commissioner of Socialservices of the State of New York; Patricia Woodworth, Asdirector of the Budget of the State of New York,defendants-appellees, Cross-appellants
Date: September 26, 1996
Citation: 104 F.3d 351

Notice: This Summary Order May Not Be Cited As Precedential Authority, but May Be Called to the Attention of the Court in a Subsequent Stage of This Case, in a Related Case, or in Any Case for Purposes of Collateral Estoppel or Res Judicata. See Second Circuit Rule 0.23.6247 Atlas Corp.; Merchants Bank of New York,plaintiffs-counter-defendants-appellants, v. Threadneedle Insurance Co., Ltd., a A/c; Henry Raymond, Anunderwriter at Lloyd's London, on Behalf of Himself and Allthose Other Lloyd's Underwriters Subscribing to Policy Ofinsurance Number 4s/00723/91; Marine Insurance Company,ltd.; the Threadneedle Insurance Co., Ltd.; Indemnitymarine Insurance Company, Ltd; Norwich Union Fire Insurancesociety, Ltd. No. 1 A/c; Norwich Union Fire Insurancesociety Ltd.; Sovereign Marine and General Insurance Ltd.of London; Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co.; Taishomarine & Fire Insurance Co., (u.k.) Ltd.; Storebrandinsurance Company., (u.k.) Ltd., Defendants-intervenors-appellees,diacord, Inc.; Zedco; Kelso Diamond Co. Inc.; Josef Chaicorp.; Eknam Diamond, Inc.; Kothari Gems; Sancy Tradingn.y., Inc.; Shimon Wernon; Dov Fastag, Inc., Also Known Aspavillion, Inc.; M & a Diamon; Hamid Sedashut; Roy Herzl,inc.; D. Navichandra & Co.; Isaac Waldman; T & Tdiamonds; Yohai Haim; J. Shree Corp.; Michael Hezkia Co.,inc.; Royal Diamint, Inc.; Krisha Gems; Solomon Lipshutz;statewide Imports, Inc.; Impex Diamond Corp.; Occidentalgems; Isaac Klein; M & a Fancies Co., Inc.; Aronknobloch, Inc.; Samet & Shine Diamond Co.; Orient Stones &minerals, Inc.; Gordon J. Bares, Inc.; Gregric Diamonds;e.m. Shoreman; Previous Trade, Inc.; Diety Gem; L.i.d.,israel; All-shape Diamond, Inc., Intervenor-plaintiffs
Date: October 31, 1996
Citation: 104 F.3d 352

Notice: This Summary Order May Not Be Cited As Precedential Authority, but May Be Called to the Attention of the Court in a Subsequent Stage of This Case, in a Related Case, or in Any Case for Purposes of Collateral Estoppel or Res Judicata. See Second Circuit Rule 0.23.lawrence R. Rosano, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Adelphi University; Joseph Crafa, Dean of Students Ofadelphi University; Nicholas Manobianco, Adelphi Universitysecurity; Incorporated Village of Garden City; Garden Citypolice; the County of Nassau, Nassau County Policedepartment; Officer Ted Sigwart, Badge No. 108, of Gardencity; Officer Wayne Vogel, Badge No. 117, of Garden City;officer K. Jackson, Badge No. 150, of Garden City; Officerg. Beckett, Badge No. 104, of Garden City; Sgt. Sullivan,bade No. 33, of Garden City; Capt. Ginhardt, of Gardencity; Officer Dipaulo, Badge No. 37, of Garden City;officer Thorn, Badge No. 139, of Garden City; Officerfitzpatrick, Badge No. 32, of Garden City; Board; Nassaucounty Diwstrict Attorney Office; Denis Dillon, Districtattorney of Nassau County; Margaret Hurst, Asst. Districtattorney of Nassau County; Joy Watson, Asst. Districtattorney of Nassau County; Judge Geoffrey O'connell, Ofnassau County District Court; Judge Mark Mogil, of Thenassau County District Court; Nassau County District Court,first District, Defendant-appellees.henry Wilson; Garland Mercer; Richard Marston; Glenurshel; Andrew Davis; Edwin Miller and Thomascox, Defendants
Date: November 25, 1996
Citation: 104 F.3d 354

Notice: This Summary Order May Not Be Cited As Precedential Authority, but May Be Called to the Attention of the Court in a Subsequent Stage of This Case, in a Related Case, or in Any Case for Purposes of Collateral Estoppel or Res Judicata. See Second Circuit Rule 0.23.david Golia Paladin, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Frank Finnerty, Chief Counsel; Lawton Squires, Assistantcounsel; Ruthann Geary, Assistant Counsel; Catherine T.england, Chairwoman for the Second Judicial Department's10th Judicial District, in Their Official and Individualcapacities, and in Their Successors in Interest; Victorlevin and Michael F. Sperendi, Former Chairmen of Thecommittee on Grievances, Bar Association of Nassau County,new York, Inc., in Their Official and Individual Capacities,and in Their Successors in Interest; Robert H. Straus,chief Counsel, New York State Grievance Committee for Thesecond Judicial Department's 10th and 11th Judicialdistricts, in His Official and Individual Capacity and Inhis Successor in Interest; Gary Casella, Chief Counsel Forthe New York State Grievance Committee for the Secondjudicial Department's 9th Judicial District, in His Officialand Individual Capacity and in His Successor in Interest;honorable Guy J. Mangano, Presiding Justice in His Capacityas Chief Administrative Officer of the Second Judicialdepartment, in His Individual and Official Capacity and Inhis Successor in Interest; Mark Ochs, Chief Attorney,committee on Professional Standards for the Third Judicialdepartment, in His Individual and Official Capacity and Inhis Successor in Interest; Honorable A. Franklin Mahoney,presiding Justice in His Capacity As Chief Administrativeofficer of the Third Judicial Department in His Official Andindividual Capacity and in His Successor in Interest;gerald Larusso, Chief Attorney, Attorney Grievance Committeefor the Fourth Judicial Department, in Both His Official Andindividual Capacity and in His Successor in Interest;honorable John Callahan, Acting Presiding Justice in Hiscapacity As Chief Administrative Officer of the Fourthjudicial Department, in His Official and Individual Capacityand in His Successor in Interest; Hal R. Lieberman, Chiefcounsel, Department Disciplinary Committee for the Firstjudicial Department, in His Official and Individual Capacityand in His Successor in Interest; Honorable Francis T.murphy, Presiding Justice in His Capacity As Chiefadministrative Officer of the First Judicial Department, Inhis Official and Individual Capacity and in His Successor Ininterest; Matthew T. Crosson, Chief Administrator of Thecourts for the State of New York ("office of Courtadministration" or "oca"), in His Official and Individualcapacity and in His Successors in Interest, Defendants-appellees
Date: December 12, 1996
Citation: 104 F.3d 356