Federal Reporter, Third Series Volume 134 - US Court of Appeals

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Joanne M. Weston; Jubal J. Weston; Debtor; Craig J.cwiok; Rebecca S. Cwiok, Appellants, v. First Interstate Bank of California, Appellee.joanne M. Weston; Jubal J. Weston; Appellants; Craig J.cwiok; Rebecca S. Cwiok, Debtors. v. First Interstate Bank of California, Appellee 134 F.3d 381 01/16/98
Martin Van Der Hoeven, an Individual; Abflex Usa, Inc., Acalifornia Corporation, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Rodale Press, Inc., a Pennsylvania Corporation, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 381 01/21/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Ram Tej Waney, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 381 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Gordon Robert Thompson, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 381 01/16/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Ramon Zamora-martinez, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 381 01/15/98
Weight Watchers of Greater Washington State, Inc.; Weightwatchers International, Inc., Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Federal Trade Commission; Janet T. Steiger, Mary L.azcuenaga; Deborah K. Owen; Dennis A. Yao,individually and As Members of Thecommission; Roscoe B. Starek,iii, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 381 01/26/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Miguel Adolf Valdez-pacheco, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 381 01/21/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Paul F. Yanovich, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 381 01/15/98
Ioan Vonica, Petitioner, v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondent 134 F.3d 381 01/28/98
Joanne M. Weston, Debtor-appellant, v. William L. Conway, Trustee, Appellee 134 F.3d 381 01/16/98
Joanne M. Weston, Debtor-appellant, v. William L. Conway, Trustee; Bryon Lee Lynch, Appellees 134 F.3d 381 01/16/98
Richard R. Markgraf; Robert Collett; Esther Katz; Williamwestwood; Walter H. Veit; Evangelos Stathakos; Richardhaddad; Sierra Enterprises, Inc. Profit Sharing Plan;ronald Kassover; See More Light Investments; Fritz D.kahlenberg; John W. Mclamb, Jr., Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Storage Technology Corporation, Defendant.dr. Seymour Licht, Objector-appellant 134 F.3d 382 01/28/98
Robert L. Brown, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Sears, Roebuck and Company, a Corporation, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 382 02/04/98
Richard L. Larson, Petitioner-appellant, v. Donald Dorsey, Warden; Attorney General of the State of Newmexico, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 382 01/29/98
First National Bank, Abilene, Kansas, Plaintiff-appellant, v. American States Insurance Company, Defendant-appelleeandtransamerica Commercial Finance Corporation; Itt Commercialfinance Corporation; at & T Credit Corp.; United States Ofamerica; Steelcase, Inc.; Atlier International, Ltd.;brayton International, Ltd.; Designtex Fabrics, Inc.;hedberg Data Systems, Inc.; Metropolitan Corporation;revest, Inc.; Steelcase Financial; Steelcase Financialservices, Ltd., Defendants 134 F.3d 382 01/09/98
Ramon M. Candelaria, Petitioner, v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Respondent 134 F.3d 382 02/03/98
David Craig Carlsen, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Tim G. Duron, Brian Coy, Lem R. Earl, and Kent Harris,individually and in Their Official Capacities As Logan Citypolice Officers; and Scott L. Wyatt, in His Officialcapacity As Logan City Prosecutor, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 382 01/30/98
Robert Calvin Craig, Jr., Petitioner-appellant, v. Tom C. Martin; Franklin Freeman, Respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 382 01/29/98
George Gregory Jackson, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Analyst International Corporation; Andersen Consulting;yellow Technology Services, Inc., Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 382 01/30/98
Moses Wong, an Individual, Plaintiff-appellant, v. United States of America; Commodity Futures Tradingcommission; Richard L. Symonds, As an Individual, and As Aprofessional Corporation; John Francis Carroll, As Anindividual, and As a Professional Corporation; Samuel F.abernethy, As an Individual, and As a Professionalcorporation; Thomas S. Sayles; Does 1 Through 60inclusive, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 381 01/09/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Francisco H. Garcia, Sr., Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/26/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Ralph D. Owen, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/09/98
United States of America, Plaintiff/appellee, v. Marvin Earl Mccoy, Defendant/appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/14/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Stephen Douglas Lewis Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Gerald David Mancini, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/26/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Jose Floriano-cortez; Juan Chavez-moreno; Antoniochavez-moreno; Fernando Chavez-moreno,defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 380 01/26/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Ronald Mixon, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Pedro Luna-maradiaga, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Howard Gibson, Aka Kenneth Dean Robinson, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Jerome P. Flores, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/16/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Raymond M. Freitas, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Donald Marutz, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/21/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. James Sanford Flack, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/16/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Udoma Julius Obi, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Oghenerho Omene, A/k/a Harlims Oghenerho Omene; A/k/a Greghotep; A/k/a Harlims Roosevelt Omene; A/k/awilson Omene; A/k/a Imoyin Omene;a/k/a Wilson Imoyin Omene,defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/28/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Jesus Gonzalez, Defendant-appellant.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Maira Sanchez, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/22/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Jacob Frederick Shilts, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/16/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Karola Jamison, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. George L. Smith, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/14/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Jodie Taylor, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/16/98
Kenneth B. Johnson, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Judy Uphoff, Individually, and in Her Official Capacity Aswyoming Department of Corrections Director; James Ferguson,individually, and in His Official Capacity As Wyomingdepartment of Corrections State Penitentiary Warden;william Hettgar, Individually, and in His Official Capacityas Wyoming Department of Corrections State Penitentiaryassistant Warden; Billy Kline, Individually, and in Hisofficial Capacity As Wyoming Department of Corrections Statepenitentiary Security Manager; Jerry Steele, Individually,and in His Official Capacity As Wyoming Department Ofcorrections State Penitentiary Medium Security Unit Manager;ronald G. Ruettgers, Individually, and in His Officialcapacity As Wyoming Department of Corrections Statepenitentiary Compliance/audit Officer; David Ebell,individually, and in His Official Capacity As Correctionsofficer, Wyoming Department of Corrections Statepenitentiary; Mike Pacheco, Individually, and in Hisofficial Capacity As Corrections Officer, Wyoming Departmentof Corrections State Penitentiary; Janell Thayer,individually, and in Her Official Capacity As Wyomingdepartment of Corrections State Penitentiary Counselor,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 382 02/03/98
Andrew Juan Anthony, Petitioner-appellant, v. Michael Nelson, Warden; El Dorado Correctional Facility;attorney General of Kansas, Carla Stovall,respopndents-appellees 134 F.3d 382 01/09/98
Johnny Hamilton O'bryan, Petitioner-appellant, v. Kenneth Klinger, (n.d.okla.) Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 383 01/22/98
James E. Stewart, Plaintiff-appellant, v. United States of America; Immigration & Naturalization,sued As U.S. Department of Justice; Internalrevenue Service, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 383 02/03/98
Richard Dee Thomas, Petitioner-appellant, v. State of Utah; Frances M. Palacios; Henry Galetka, Warden;utah State Prison; Utah Board of Pardons,respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 383 01/30/98
James E. Patrick, Petitioner-appellant, v. L.e. Bruce, Ellsworth Correctional Facility and Charlessimmons, Secretary of Corrections, Respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 383 01/09/98
William W. Scott, Petitioner-appellant, v. Donald A. Dorsey, Warden, Southern New Mexico Correctionalfacility; Thomas Udall, Respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 383 01/27/98
Simplicio G. Torrez, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Bei Graphics Corporation, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 383 01/27/98
Gina F. Myers, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Leflore County Board of Commissioners, Also Known As Boardof County Commissioners of Leflore County,oklahoma, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 383 02/03/98
Carl C. Smith, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kenneth S. Apfel, Commissioner, Social Securityadministration,* Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 383 02/04/98
Trustees of the Colorado Tile, Marble & Terrazzo Workerspension Fund; Local 6 Trustees Colorado Tile Layers, Marblemasons, and Terrazzo Workers Vacation Trust Fund; Trusteesinternational Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmenhealth Fund; Trustees of the International Trowel Tradespension Plan; Colorado Tile, Marble & Terrazzo Contractorsassociation, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Wilkinson & Company, Inc., a New Jersey Corporation,defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 383 02/03/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Nick Alfred Owens, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 383 01/21/98
No. 97-4133 134 F.3d 383 01/30/98
Doris A. Railey, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kenneth S. Apfel, Commissioner of Social Security,* Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 383 01/09/98
Sandra Marsh, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Tom Newton, Warden, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 383 01/30/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Tracy Alan Baker, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 383 01/29/98
Leonard Nash, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Larry Fields; John Williams; Dr. Rossavik; Dr.dillengast; Dr. Moon; Charlott Ford; Love;john Doe, Medical Administrator; Johndoe, Facility Head; Zorairacini, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 383 01/29/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. James Easter, Jr., Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 383 01/29/98
Lloyd Duane Shephard, Defendant-appellant, v. United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee 134 F.3d 383 02/03/98
Jerry P. Mcneil; Marian J. Mcneil, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United States of America; Commissioner of the Internalrevenue Service; Department of Treasury, Sued As:the Secretary of the Treasury of Theunited States, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 383 01/30/98
Joseph E. Rich, M.d., an Individual, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Med-national Inc., Defendant-appellee,andthe Department of the Air Force; Sheila A. Widnall, in Herofficial Capacity As Secretary of the Air Force, Lt. Colonelkatherine E. Scheirman, Colonel David Bissell, and Robert S.wellborn, Jr., Defendants 134 F.3d 383 01/30/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Joseph A. Isnardi, Jr., Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 383 02/04/98
Charles C. Reed, Petitioner-appellant, v. Ron Champion; Attorney General, Respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 383 01/29/98
David Leslie Brown, Jr., Plaintiff-appellant, v. Cherie Miller Sales; Ben Lehew, Defendants-appellees.david Leslie Brown, Jr., Plaintiff-appellant, v. Larry Fields, Defendant-appellee.david Leslie Brown, Jr., Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kathy Waters, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 382 02/04/98
Gregory S. Goodwin, Plaintiff-appellee, v. M.c.i. Communications Corporation, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 382 02/04/98
Glenn Galbraith, Plaintiff-counter-defendant-appellant, v. Louise Romero, an Individual; Paul Waskeiwicz, Anindividual; University of Colorado; Defendants-appellees,brett Godfrey, an Individual; Keycorp, an Ohio Corporation;daryl Leake, an Individual,defendants-counter-claimants-appellees 134 F.3d 382 01/28/98
Donald Gee, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Duane Shillinger, Warden of the Wyoming State Penitentiary;james Ferguson, Defendants-appellees.donald Gee, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Wyoming Department of Corrections State Penitentiary Maximumsecurity Unit Manager, in His Official Capacity, Aka Ronaldg. Ruettgers, Individually, and Wyoming Department Ofcorrections State Penitentiary Security Manager, in Hisofficial Capacity Aka Captain Stan James, Individually,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 382 01/27/98
Kathy M. Long, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kenneth S. Apfel, Commissioner, Social Securityadministration,* Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 382 01/30/98
James G. Capadona, Petitioner-appellant, v. J.w. Booker, Warden, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 382 02/03/98
James E. Cagle, Petitioner-appellant, v. Ron Champion; Attorney General of the State of Oklahoma,respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 382 01/30/98
Bill Lemken and Linda Lemken, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Intel Corporation, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 382 02/04/98
Conrad J. Braun, Plaintiff-appellant, v. G. Thomas Van Bebber, District Judge; Richard D. Rogers,district Judge; Ralph L. Deloach; Carrie Lee; Dennis L.smarker; Carole Dewiess; Department of Justice; Unitedstates of America, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 382 02/04/98
Dorothy Marie Carter, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Hobbs Police Department; Bill Morrill, Police Chief; Pamwynn, James Phillips, Officers, Hobbs Police Department;lea County Sheriff's Department; Bill Lane, Sheriff; Andclarence Benford, Sr., Deputy Sheriff, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 382 01/28/98
Karl Ellis-bey, Petitioner-appellant, v. L.e. Bruce; Charles Simmons, Secretary of Corrections,kansas Department of Corrections; J. Fischer, Recordsclerk, Ellsworth Correctional Facility; Teresa L. Saiya,kpb Administrator, Respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 382 01/29/98
Conrad J. Braun, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Gary Stotts; Robert T. Stephan; James Francisco; S.d.wilson; Donna K. Braun; John Doe, Director of Johnsoncounty Victim Assistance; Lynn Stemm; Thomas Bath;leawood Police Department; William Copeland; E. Michaelwarner; Jon S. Willard; Linda Copeland; Virginia M.hammes; (nfn) Maher, Parole Officer; Kristi Heibert; Rexdavis; Van Eaton; Charles Simmons; Luis Alonzo; Billmiskell; Phil Swopes; Sherman Parks; Joan Bengston;micah Ross; Kansas Parole Board; (nfn) Brown, Lt.; Robertn. Roberts; William Cummings; Robert Hannigan; Cherylallen; Mark Sherman; Timothy Madden; Sam Tucker; J.stephen Cox; Joe Langer; David Rawlings; Linda L. Parker;stephen D. Hill; Dan Stewart; Board of Education of Theshawnee Mission School, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 382 02/04/98
Jacquelyn M. Komar, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kenneth S. Apfel, Commissioner, Social Securityadministration,* Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 382 01/09/98
Leslie Foster, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Bill Clinton, United States; Janet Reno; and Pat Ryan,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 382 01/28/98
Kathy Gonzales, Individually, and As Personal Representativeof the Estate of Chris Gonzales, and As Parent and Nextfriend of Richard C. Gonzales, Patrisha K. Gonzales, Andchristina M. Lopez, Minors, and Robert J. Chavez,plaintiffs-appellants, v. United States of America, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 382 01/30/98
Dairyland Insurance Company, Plaintiff-counter-defendant-appellee, v. Ronald Herman, Personal Representative of the Estate Ofglenna Susie Herman and As Father and Next of Friend Ofandrew Herman, a Minorchild,defendant-counter-claimant-appellant, and Peter H.johnstone, Administrator of the Estate of Ivan S. Fragua,deceased, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 382 01/29/98
Lonnie D. Godfrey, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kenneth S. Apfel, Commissioner, Social Securityadministration,* Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 382 02/04/98
Violet Lee, Plaintiff-appellant, v. William Perry, Secretary, Department of Defense, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 382 01/30/98
Thomas A. Holdsworth, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Linda L. Stoneburner, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 382 01/09/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Dwayne Keith Fitzen, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/16/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Jesus Gerardo Murillo-contreras, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 02/02/98
Philip D. Roberts; Lynn Roberts; Robert T. Mcarthur;denny Delk; Karen Delk; Jack T. Bell; Arthur B.gauss, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Werner Heim, Defendant and Texoil International Corporation,defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 378 01/28/98
James F. Luddon, Petitioner-appellant, v. Annie Alexander, Warden, Soledad Prison, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 378 01/28/98
David Moss, Petitioner-appellant, v. William Duncan, Warden, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 378 01/15/98
Dexter H. Myers, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Line S. Rodriguez, Arbitration Judge; Pima County Superiorcourt; Pat Hammes, Deputy Clerk, Pima County Superiorcourt; Lorraine Villegas, Deputy Court Administrator, Pimacounty Superior Court, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 378 01/15/98
Jonathan E. Mathis, Plaintiff-appellant, v. John R. Oden, an Individual; the University of Californiasan Diego Medical Center; the University of Sandiego; Regents of the University Ofcalifornia; Does 1-10,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 378 01/16/98
National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Apennsylvania Corporation,plaintiff-counter-defendant-appellee, v. Chester S. Garber; Emilia Ting Garber,defendants-counter-claimants-third-party-plaintiffs-appellants,andbetty Ting, Defendant, v. American International Group, Inc., James Haber, Frankmahon, D'amato & Lunch, Sedgwick, Detert, Moran &arnold, Third-party-defendants-appellees,andirving v. Goldstein, Ron Finerty, Herman Finesod, Friedman &shafton, Trager Glass & Co., Robert T. Killen,norman Schwartz, Third-party-defendants 134 F.3d 378 01/16/98
Parker E. Rogers, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Southeast Marine Blast & Coat Inc., a Florida Corporaiton;charles L. Hawkins; Mark D. Grimes; Southeastmarine Systems Inc.; Dorothy Ammons;rose Marie Hawkins,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 378 01/28/98
Karl Martin, Petitioner-appellant, v. Daniel Vasquez, Warden; Linda Clarke, Warden, Respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 378 01/15/98
Maria G. Munoz, As Joint Administratrix of the Estate Ofdeceased (joe Falcon) Plaintiff-appellant, v. City of Martinez, Warren Ruff, Park Kibler, N.j. Hannigan,commissioner of the California Highway Patrol,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 378 01/15/98
In Re: Melvin Rogow, Aka Melvin Bernard Rogow; Dba Lawoffice of Melvin B. Rogow, Debtor.hyong Min Cho, Appellee, v. Melvin Rogow, Appellant 134 F.3d 378 01/15/98
In Re: Ken Mizuno, Debtor.dominic P. Gentile; Dominic P. Gentile, Ltd., Terrance G.reed, Reed & Hostage, P.c., and Herbert N.niermann, Appellants, v. Duke C. Salisbury, Chapter 11 Trustee, Appellee 134 F.3d 378 01/23/98
Notice: Ninth Circuit Rule 36-3 Provides That Dispositions Other Than Opinions or Orders Designated for Publication Are Not Precedential and Should Not Be Cited Except when Relevant Under the Doctrines of Law of the Case, Res Judicata, or Collateral Estoppel 134 F.3d 378 08/14/95
Thomas A. Snooks, Plaintiff-appellant-cross-appellee, v. Srs Technologies; Systems Engineering Technology Associatescorporation; Setac, Inc., Mohindar S. Sandhu,defendants-appellees-cross-appellants 134 F.3d 379 01/28/98
Vladimir and Tatyana Shevtsov, Individually & As the Naturalparents & Legal Guardians of Yevgenya Shevtsov,plaintiffs-appellants, v. Los Angeles Unified School District; State Board Ofeducation, State Superintendent of Public Instruction;nancy Dean, Principal of Laurel Elementary School; Josemaestas, Complaint Resolution Unit of State Department Ofeducation, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 379 01/21/98
Notice: Ninth Circuit Rule 36-3 Provides That Dispositions Other Than Opinions or Orders Designated for Publication Are Not Precedential and Should Not Be Cited Except when Relevant Under the Doctrines of Law of the Case, Res Judicata, or Collateral Estoppel 134 F.3d 378 01/30/98
Harold J. Rucker, Plaintiff-appellant, v. U.S. Postal Service; Marvin T. Runyon, Jr., Postmastergeneral, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 378 01/15/98
Louisiana-pacific Corporation, a Delaware Corporation,murray Pacific Corporation, a Washingtoncorporation, and Port of Tacoma, Awashington Municipalcorporation, Plaintiffs,andwasser & Winters Company, a Washington Corporation, Andcascade Timber Company, a Washington Corporation,plaintiffs-appellees, v. Asarco, Inc., a New Jersey Corporation, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 378 01/14/98
Eric Johnson, Plaintiff-appellant, v. A. Meads; J. Zamora; B. Compton, Correctional Officer; S.davidson, Mta, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 378 01/15/98
Jsh Management Services, Inc., Plaintiff-appellant, v. Hanny Magnetics (holdings) Ltd., Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 378 01/21/98
James A. Kuhn, Husband; Karen L. Kuhn, Wife, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Lockheed Aeromed Center, Inc., a California Corporation,defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 378 01/28/98
John W. Martin Construction Company, Inc., an Arizonacorporation, Kalispell Feed and Grain, Inc., an Arizonacorporation, John W. Martin, Individually, and Patricia M.martin, Individually, Plaintiffs-counter-claim-defendants-appellants, v. Norwest Bank Kalispell, N.a., a National Bankingcorporation,defendant-counter-claim-3rd-party-plaintiff-appellee,andh. Lee Tower, Individually, and Josephine L. Tower,individually, Defendants-counter-claimants-appellees,andcharles C. White, Individually, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 378 01/14/98
Donna Hamm, in Her Capacity As a Private Citizen and in Hercapacity As Director of Middle Ground Prisonreform, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Sam Lewis, Director, Defendant-appellee,andcorporation of the State of Arizona, a Sovereign Entity;arizona Department of Corrections, an Entity of the State Ofarizona; Pima County of Arizona, a Political Subdivision Ofthe State of Arizona; Pima County Sheriff's Department, Anadministrative Agency of Pima County; J. Decormis, Deputy;deputy Knight, Sued in Both His Individual and Officialcapacity; Deputy Berlin, Sued in Both His Individual Andofficial Capacity, Defendants 134 F.3d 377 01/15/98
International Aluminum Systems, Ltd., Plaintiff,andmichael Wymer, Appellant, v. James P. Bailey, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 377 01/16/98
Jess D. Hernandez; Timothy J. Graber; Jimmy D. Dalton;john T. Chambers; Thomas W. Skelly; and Williama. Zastrow, Plaintiffs-appellees, Cross-appellants, v. City of Santa Ana, Defendant-appellant, Cross-appellee 134 F.3d 377 01/21/98
In Re: Alan and Camille Hasler, Debtors.ralph M. Mcdonald, Trustee/movant, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Alan R. Hasler; Camille Hasler, Defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 377 01/28/98
In Re: John William Hibbs, Debtor.john William Hibbs; Sandra Burris Hibbs, Appellants, v. Demetrios James Sophos, Appellee 134 F.3d 377 01/15/98
Richard Gabel, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 377 01/15/98
Employers Insurance of Wausau, a Wisconsin Corporation,plaintiff-counter-defendant-appelle, v. Tri World Insurance Agency, Inc., Defendant-counter-claimant-appellant,andmohammed Johar; Jim Johar; Mr. J's, Defendants 134 F.3d 377 01/22/98
Allan Elias, Witness-appellant, v. United States of America, Appellee 134 F.3d 377 01/14/98
John D. Gann, Plaintiff-appellant, v. N. Miner: Gregory Moreno; J.p. Rempel, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 377 01/28/98
Shirley Johnson, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Anchorage School District; Carol Comeau, Individually;edward J. Lindquist, Individually, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 378 01/12/98
Ronald L. Knapp; Barbara Knapp, ("knapps"), Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Allstate Insurance Company, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 378 01/21/98
In Re Jumoke Oyedele, Dba Dental Health Associates, Rainbowdental Group, Debtor.jumoke Oyedele, Appellant, v. United States Trustee, Appellee 134 F.3d 378 01/15/98
Barry H. Marshall, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kelly Services, Inc., a Michigan Corporation, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 378 01/09/98
Notice: Ninth Circuit Rule 36-3 Provides That Dispositions Other Than Opinions or Orders Designated for Publication Are Not Precedential and Should Not Be Cited Except when Relevant Under the Doctrines of Law of the Case, Res Judicata, or Collateral Estoppel 134 F.3d 378 05/22/97
Glenn E. Maddox, Plaintiff/appellant, v. John J. Callahan,* Acting Commissioner,social Security Administration, Defendant/appellee 134 F.3d 378 01/14/98
Leroy Palmer and Francine Palmer, Plaintiffs,andedward F. Towers, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Statewide Group; La Jolla Lending Corporation, a Californiacorporation, D/b/a San Francisco Lendingcorporation, Defendants,andjohn F. Lee, Trustee, et al., Defendant-appellant,edward F. Towers, Real-party-in-interest-appellee.leory Palmer and Francine Palmer, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Statewide Group; John F. Lee, Trustee, et al., Defendants,andla Jolla Lending Corporation, a California Corporation,d/b/a San Francisco Lending Corporation, Defendant-appellant,edward F. Towers, Chapter 7 Trustee, Real-party-in-interest-appellee 134 F.3d 378 02/02/98
Esther Robles Mabitad, Petitioner, v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondent 134 F.3d 378 01/26/98
Rob Nite, Petitioner-appellant, v. Mike Adams, Warden, Fci Safford; Federal Correctionalinstitution Safford, Arizona; United Statesbureau of Prisons, Respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 378 01/15/98
Patrick Hugh Morrison, Plaintiff-appellant, v. David Cook; al Chandler; Brad Halvorson; Oregondepartment of Corrections; S.f. Thompson; Tamara Blair;linder Anderson; Connie Beeler; Michael Keepers; Trent V.axen; Oregon State Prison; Jefry Valkenburgh; Jan Peterlondahl, Defendants-appellees.patrick Hugh Morrison, Plaintiff-appellant. v. Mike Keepers, Mailroom Personnel, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 378 01/15/98
Charlie Strickland, Jr., Plaintiff-appellant, v. National Association of Government Employees, the Nationalassociation of Government Employees; Harry Breen;louis W. Rogers; Harry Berman;jeannine De Lozier,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 379 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Sergio Daniel Bobadilla, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/21/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Timothy Wayne Arnett, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/30/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Lief Erickson, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/16/98
Stuart J. Sandrock, Plaintiff-appellant,andjohn E. Sandrock; Thomas H. Longnecker; Plaintiffs, v. Lieutenant France; Officer Hernandez; Fred James; Captainnading; the California Department of Corrections;state of California; Does 1 Through50, Inclusive, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 379 01/29/98
Securities and Exchange Commission, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Myron Barry Michaels; Holly S. Michaels, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 379 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Allan Y. Davis, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Gary Wayne Adams, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/15/98
Rpm-fox Plaza, Ltd, Plaintiff-appellant, v. La Salle Nat'l Bank, As Trustee for Holders of Whpcommercial Mortgage Pass-through Certificatesseries 1995-c1, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 379 01/22/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Douglas L. Dotson, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/26/98
Orvin C. Stanwood, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Robert J. Burch; Linda Carol Laird Smith; Jerry C. Smith,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 379 01/16/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Luis Fernando Gonzalez, Defendant-appellant.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Ricardo Yudice-campos, Defendant-appellant.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Enrique Avalos-barriga, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/22/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Levon Misirli, Aka Levon Misirlian, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 02/03/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Judge Hillard, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 11/25/97
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Rogelio C. Gutierrez, Defendant-appellant.united States of America, v. William Lee Brown, Defendant-appellant.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Jorge Zavala Piero, Defendant-appellant.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Armando Ortiz Martinez, Defendant-appellant.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Alfredo Tribolet Barraza, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/22/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Arturo Garay-burgos, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/28/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Lloyd Gene Ploutz, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/30/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Alvin Norman, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Peter J. Mckenna, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/16/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Samuel Manarite, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/30/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Ruben Ramirez-dedios, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 380 01/15/98
Jack K. Stein, Petitioner-appellant, v. Tana Wood, Superintendent; Belinda D. Stewart, Respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 379 09/22/97
Melvin Leon Turner, Plaintiff-appellant, v. A.n. Boutista, Individually and in His Official Capacity Asa Correctional Official; E. Gums, Individually and in Hisofficial Capacity As a Correctional Official; S. Nakamura,individually and in His Official Capacity As a Correctionalofficer; A. Munoz, Individually and in His Officialcapacity As a Correctional Lieutenant; L. Holmes,individually and in His Official Capacity As a Correctionalofficer; v. Evans, Individually and in His Officialcapacity As a Correctional Officer; D. Lindsey,individually and in His Official Capacity As a Correctionallieutenant; A.h. Dixon, Individually and in His Officialcapacity As a Correctional Sergeant; R. Nelson,individually and in His Official Capacity As an Associatewarden; A. Calderon, Warden, Individually and in Hisofficial Capacity As the Warden; R. Campbell, Individuallyand in His Official Capacity As a Captain; H. Hammond,individually and in His Official Capacity As a Cci; S.k.cherry, Individually and in Her Official Capacity As Acaptain, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 379 01/15/98
Mitchel Edwin Stroy, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Lenette O'kert, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 379 01/16/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Antonio Pirina Argueta, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. David Joseph Brown, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/15/98
George N. Sousa, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Westin Maui; Benard Agache; Cynthia J. Heu, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 379 01/15/98
Linda C. Schmid, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kenneth S. Apfel*, Commissioner of Socialsecurity, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 379 01/16/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Ronald L. Bodwell, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Rodney Anderson, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/21/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Clinton Lee Daniels, Aka Aka Dijon Daytwon Davis, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/26/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Lionil Fernandez, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/22/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Harry C.q. Carriaga, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/23/98
Floyd Strain, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Payette School District No. 371j; Warren E. Mccain Middleschool; Richard Dillon, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 379 01/14/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Laroy Randall Campbell, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Anthony Agulto Ascura, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/23/98
Sap America, Inc., a Delaware Corporation, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Kensington & Taylor, a California Corporation; et al.,defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 379 01/21/98
Walter Steve Scott, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Dr. Mohamed Lameer, M.d.; Dr. Robert Johnson, M.d.,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 379 01/15/98
Joseph Earl Smith, Jr., Petitioner-appellant, v. Ivalee Henry, Warden; Attorney General of the State Ofcalifornia, Respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 379 01/15/98
Myron R. Stahl, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Gibraltar Financial Corporation, Defendant-appellee.john Glavaris; Patricia Glavaris; Benny L. Tolley, Plaintiffs,andmyron R. Stahl, Plaintiff-intervenor-appellant, v. Herbert J. Young; James N. Thayer; Jay Janis; John R.williamson; Jerome Nussbaum; Michael W. Mooney; Lynnecrawford; Linda K.s. Blount; Robert R. Sprague Houston I.flournoy; Bernice Hutter; Melvin P. Spitz; Rafael E.vega; Gibraltar Savings; Gibraltar Savings, F.a.; Melvinrifkind; Kpmg Peat Marwick; Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher;ernst & Whinney; Ernst & Young; William H. Dudley;resolution Trust Corporation, As Receiver for Gibraltarsavings; Melvin Rifkind; Rifkind, Pondel & Parson;kenneth Leventhal; Richard Sprayregen; Jerome Nussbaum,defendants-appellees.john Glavaris; Patricia Glavaris; Benny L. Tolley,plaintiffs-appellants, v. Herbert J. Young; James N. Thayer; Jay Janis; John R.williamson; Jerome Nussbaum; Michael W. Mooney; Lynnecrawford; Linda K.s. Blount; Robert R. Sprague Houston I.flournoy; Bernice Hutter; Melvin P. Spitz; Rafael E.vega; Gibraltar Savings; Gibraltar Savings, F.a.; Melvinrifkind, et al.; Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher; Kpmg Peatmarwick; Ernst & Whinney; Ernst & Young; William H.dudley; Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, As Receiverfor Gibraltar Savings and Gibraltar Savings, F.a.; Melvinrifkind; Rifkind, Pondel & Parson; Kenneth Leventhal;richard Sprayregen; Jerome Nussbaum, Defendants-appellees.john Glavaris; Patricia Glavaris; Benny L. Tolley, Plaintiffs,andmarit Fidel; Bernhard Fidel; Joel Binder,plaintiff-intervenors-appellants. v. Herbert J. Young; James N. Thayer; Jay Janis; John R.williamson; Jerome Nussbaum; Michael W. Mooney; Lynnecrawford; Linda K.s. Blount; Robert R. Sprague Houston I.flournoy; Bernice Hutter; Melvin P. Spitz; Rafael E.vega; Gibraltar Savings; Gibraltar Savings, F.a.; Melvinrifkind, et al.; Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher; Kpmg Peatmarwick; Ernst & Whinney; Ernst & Young; William H.dudley; Resolution Trust Corporation, As Receiver Forgibraltar Savings; Melvin Rifkind; Rifkind, Pondel &parson; Kenneth Leventhal; Richard Sprayregen; Jeromenussbaum, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 379 01/22/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Gregory Berry, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 379 01/14/98
Edmund Stone, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Nordstrom, Inc., a Washington Corporation Doing Business Inoregon, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 379 01/28/98
Paul R. Thomas, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Janet Reno; J. Michael Quinlan; Kathy Hawk; Andreaking-wessels; Anthony Belaski; John Vanyur; Robertholton; J.r. Pfistner; C. Derosa; D. Joslin; Roberthood; and John Baxter, Individually and in Their Officialcapacities; United States Bureau of Prisons; United Statesdepartment of Justice, Defendant-appellees 134 F.3d 383 01/29/98
In Re Sherry D. Oaks, Debtor,sherry D. Oaks, Appellant, v. Sally J. Zeman, Chapter 13 Trustee, Appellee 134 F.3d 383 01/28/98
Steven C. Stanley, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Lieutenant Hejirika; Correctional Officer Johnson;correctional Officer Mcmillen; Sergeant Keenan;correctional Officer Demby, Defendants-appellants,a. Robinson, Sergeant; Lieutenant Freeman; Correctionalofficer Bellemy; Correctional Officer Guy;correctional Officer Janaes;correctional Officer Jennifer;victor Jaramillo, Defendants 134 F.3d 629 01/21/98
Eclipse Enterprises, Inc., D/b/a Eclipse Comics and Wantaghdistributors, Inc., D/b/a Collectors Comics,plaintiffs-appellees, v. Thomas Gulotta, Individually and in His Capacity As Countyexecutive of the County of Nassau, Donald Kane, Individuallyand in His Capacity As Commissioner of the Nassau Countypolice Department, Joseph Mondello, Bruce Nyman, Donaldderiggi, Benjamin Zwirn and Lewis Yevoli, Individually Andin Their Capacity As Members of the Nassau County Board Ofsupervisors and the County of Nassau, Defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 63 12/09/97
Rosemary Cromich Mcdonnell, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Miller Oil Company, Incorporated, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 638 01/22/98
Larry Gilbert, Petitioner--appellee, v. Michael W. Moore, Director of the South Carolina Departmentof Corrections, in His Official Capacity; Charlesm. Condon, Attorney General of the Stateof South Carolina,respondents--appellants.j.d. Gleaton, Petitioner--appellee, v. Michael W. Moore, Director of the South Carolina Departmentof Corrections, in His Official Capacity; Charlesm. Condon, Attorney General of the Stateof South Carolina,respondents--appellants.larry Gilbert, Petitioner--appellant, v. Michael W. Moore, Director of the South Carolina Departmentof Corrections, in His Official Capacity; Charlesm. Condon, Attorney General of the Stateof South Carolina,respondents--appellees.j.d. Gleaton, Petitioner--appellant, v. Michael W. Moore, Director of the South Carolina Departmentof Corrections, in His Official Capacity; Charlesm. Condon, Attorney General of the Stateof South Carolina,respondents--appellees 134 F.3d 642 01/22/98
The Republic of Paraguay; Jorge J. Prieto, Ambassador Ofthe Republic of Paraguay to the United States; Jose Antoniodos Santos, Consul General of the Republic of Paraguay Tothe United States, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. George F. Allen, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia;richard Cullen, Attorney General for the Commonwealth Ofvirginia; David A. Garraghty, Warden, Greensvillecorrectional Facility, Jarratt, Virginia; Samuel v. Pruett,warden, Mecklenburg Correctional Facility, Boydton,virginia; Paul F. Sheridan, Judge for the Circuit Court Ofarlington County, Virginia; Benjamin N.a. Kendrick, Judgefor the Circuit Court of Arlington County; William Newman,jr., Judge for the Circuit Court of Arlington County;william L. Winston, Honorable, Judge for the Circuit Courtof Arlington County; Richard E. Trodden, Commonwealth'sattorney for the County of Arlington; Robert A. Dreischer,acting Chief of Police of Arlington County; Ronald J.angeline, Director of Corrections for the Commonwealth Ofvirginia, Defendants-appellees,union Internationale Des Avocets; United States of America;frederick M. Abbott; David J. Bederman; Richard B.bilder; David D. Caron; Anthony D'amato; Lori Fislerdamrosch; William Dodge; Martha A. Field; Joan M.fitzpatrick; Egon Guttman; Louis Henkin; Harold Hongjukoh; Burt Lockwood; Stefan A. Riesenfeld; Oscarschachter; Herman Schwartz; Anne-marie Slaughter; Ralphgustav Steinhardt; David Weissbrodt, Amici Curiae 134 F.3d 622 01/22/98
Angel Francisco Breard, Petitioner-appellant, v. Samuel v. Pruett, Warden, Mecklenburg Correctional Center,respondent-appellee.the Human Rights Committee of the American Branch of Theinternational Law Association, Amicus Curiae 134 F.3d 615 01/20/98
David L. Lynn, Jr.; Robin Dixon Lynn; Rodney Lynn;roxanne Lynn; David L. Lynn, Sr., Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Deborah West, in Her Individual Capacity and Officialcapacity As an Agent of the State of North Carolina; Janicefaulkner, Secretary of Revenue, State of North Carolina, Inher Official Capacity; State of North Carolina, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 582 01/13/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Rex Eugene Love, Defendant-appellant.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Jerry Wayne Sheppard, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 595 01/20/98
Westfield Insurance Company, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Clarence R. Harris, Defendant-appellee.west Virginia Fire Marshal, Movant 134 F.3d 608 01/20/98
Edward P. Springer, a Minor, by His Parents and Nextfriends, Edward and Joanne Springer; Edwardspringer; Joanne Springer, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. the Fairfax County School Board, Defendant-appellee,androbert Spillane, Officially As Superintendent, Fairfaxcounty Public Schools, Defendant 134 F.3d 659 01/23/98
In Re Asbestos Litigation,james Flanagan, David H. Middleton, Edee Cochran, Estebanyanez Ortiz, John R. Allgood, Henry William Evers,lester Eugene Taylor and Safety Nationalcasualty Corporation, Appellants, v. Gerald Ahearn, James Mcadams Dennis, Charles W. Jeep, Jamesdrake, Juanita Drake, James Ellison, Roland Dearborn, Judithdearborn, Kerwin Butcher, Dir., Workers Comp., Director,office of Workers' Compensation Programs, U.S. Dept. Oflabor, Paul Cochran, Ida Beck, Marion Behee, Longshoreintervenor, William James Mitchell, Fibreboard Corporation,bethlehem Steel Corporation, Continental Casualty Company,pacific Indemnity, Francis Mcgovern, Owens-illinois, Inc.,penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, Columbia Casualtycompany, Cna Casualty Company of California, Celotex Corp.,daniel Herman Rudd Jr., on Behalf of Themselves and Otherssimilarly Situated, John Hansel, on Behalf of Themselves Andothers Similarly Situated, Appellees 134 F.3d 668 01/27/98
David L. Hypes, Individually and on Behalf of His Minorchild Sarah Hypes, and Megan Hypes, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. First Commerce Corporation, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 721 02/12/98
William T. Firesheets, Ii, Trustee; Joseph M. Ardoin,trustee, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. A.g. Building Specialists, Inc., Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 729 12/08/95
Jerome Black, Plaintiff-appellant, v. J.l. Warren, Disciplinary Captain; K. Harbin, Co Iii,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 732 10/28/96
Richard Oldroyd, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Elmira Savings Bank, Fsb, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 72 01/14/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee-cross-appellant, v. Donald L. Beckner, Defendant-appellant-cross-appellee 134 F.3d 714 02/02/98
Joseph John Cannon, Petitioner-appellant, v. Gary Johnson, Director, Texas Department of Criminaljustice, Institutional Division, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 683 01/30/98
Leopoldo Narvaiz, Jr., Petitioner-appellant, v. Gary L. Johnson, Director, Texas Department of Criminaljustice, Institutional Division, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 688 01/30/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Baltazar Saenz, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 697 02/02/98
Dennis E. Gaul, Appellant v. Lucent Technologies Inc.*; John Does 1-100;jane Does 1-100; Abc Corp.; Xyz Corp 134 F.3d 576 01/22/98
Liberty Lincoln-mercury v. Ford Motor Company, Appellant in No. 96-5762.liberty Lincoln-mercury, Inc. v. Ford Motor Company, Appellant in No. 97-5189.liberty Lincoln-mercury, Inc., Appellant in No. 97-5190, v. Ford Motor Company 134 F.3d 557 01/22/98
Bankr. L. Rep. P 77,609jose A. Cuevas-segarra, & Amneris Martinez, Appellants, v. Maria Luisa Contreras, Appellee,antonio R. Concepcion-velazquez, Agna I. Morales, Appellees.jose A. Cuevas-segarra, & Amneris Martinez, Appellees, v. Maria Luisa Contreras, Appellee,antonio R. Concepcion-velazquez, Agna I. Morales, Appellants 134 F.3d 458 01/23/98
United States, Appellee, v. Vinson Mangos, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 460 01/23/98
Coastal Oil of New England, Inc., Plaintiff, Appellant, v. Teamsters Local A/w International Brotherhood of Teamsters,defendant, Appellee 134 F.3d 466 01/23/98
Shmuel David, Petitioner, Appellant, v. United States of America, Respondent, Appellee 134 F.3d 470 01/27/98
Jessica L. Hayden, Nicole C. Merrill and Colleen M. Rhoads,plaintiffs, Appellants, v. Richard Grayson, Chief of Police of the Town of Lisbon, Etal., Defendants, Appellees 134 F.3d 449 01/22/98
John F. Tupper, et al., Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United States of America, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 444 01/12/98
United States of America, Appellee, v. Warren P. Tilghman, Appellant 134 F.3d 414 02/03/98
Pennsylvania Office of Consumer Advocate, et al., Petitioners, v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Respondent,carnegie Natural Gas Company, et al., Intervenors 134 F.3d 422 02/03/98
Janet Scott-harris, Plaintiff, Appellee, v. City of Fall River, et al., Defendants, Appellants.janet Scott-harris, Plaintiff, Appellant, v. City of Fall River, et al., Defendants, Appellees 134 F.3d 427 03/09/98
James A. Coogan, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Thomas W. Smyers; Fred Priano, Jr.; Ronald J. Pilozzi;thomas J. Christy; Carlton L. Zeisz; Lynette L. Ryan;kenneth Horn, in Their Capacity As Voting Members of Thecity of Tonawanda Common Council and Individually; and Cityof Tonawanda, New York, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 479 01/15/98
United States of America, Appellee, v. Jose Luis Damblu, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 490 01/22/98
In Re: Continental Airlines, Debtor.united States of America, Appellant, v. Continental Airlines.thomas E. Ross, Trustee 134 F.3d 536 03/23/98
Fed. Sec. L. Rep. P 90,129united States of America v. Brad Haddy, A/k/a Bradley J. Haddy,brad Haddy, Appellant in No. 96-5589.united States of America v. Eric Wynn, Appellant in No. 96-5622 134 F.3d 542 01/21/98
United States of America, v. Gabriel Jesus Marin-castaneda, Gabriel Jesus Marincastaneda, Appellant 134 F.3d 551 01/22/98
United States of America v. Jesse Kithcart, Appellant 134 F.3d 529 01/12/98
Government of the Virgin Islands, v. Edward Steven, Appellant 134 F.3d 526 01/09/98
Rita Schaal Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kenneth S. Apfel, Commissioner of Social Security,defendant-appellee.1dockets 96-6212, 96-6316 134 F.3d 496 01/23/98
National Labor Relations Board, Petitioner, v. A.p.r.a. Fuel Oil Buyers Group, Inc., Prudentialtransportation, Inc., and Amer-national Heatingservice, Inc., Respondents 134 F.3d 50 12/05/97
Lisa Michelle Lambert, v. Charlotte Blackwell, Mrs., Superintendent; the Attorneygeneral of the State of Pennsylvania, Appellants 134 F.3d 506 01/26/98
Creek Coal Company, Inc.; Old Republic Insurance Company, Petitioners, v. Ray Bates; Director, Office of Workers' Compensationprograms, United States Department of Labor, Respondents 134 F.3d 734 12/31/97
Chrysler International Corporation, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Cherokee Export Company, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 738 01/30/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 428, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 623catholic Social Services, Inc.; American Federation Oflabor--congress of Industrial Organizations; United Farmworkers of America, Afl-cio; Miguel Moran; Kamiel Abubakr;maria Magana; Elias Velasquez; Maria Velasquez;francisco Arizaga, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Janet Reno, Attorney General; Doris Meissner, Commissionerof Immigration and Naturalization Service,defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 921 11/06/86
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 447, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 605jyotika Patel; Mohanbhai Patel, Petitioners-appellants, v. Janet Reno, Attorney General; Immigration Andnaturalization Service; Clifton J. Rogers, Ins,acting District Director, Los Angeles,respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 929 01/16/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 444, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 615olson Farms, Inc., Plaintiff-appellant-cross-appellee, v. J. Antonio Barbosa, Individually and in His Officialcapacity As Executive Secretary of the Californiaagricultural Labor Relations Board; Michael B. Stoker,individually and in His Official Capacity As Chairman of Thecalifornia Agricultural Labor Relations Board; Ivonne Ramosrichardson, Individually and in His Official Capacity As Amember of the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board;paul Richardson, Individually and in His Official Capacityas General Counsel of the California Agricultural Laborrelations Board, Defendants-appellees-cross-appellants 134 F.3d 933 01/16/98
Bernard Lee Hamilton, Petitioner, v. Arthur Calderon, Warden, Respondent 134 F.3d 938 01/16/98
Independent Federation of Flight Attendants; Barryschimmel; Flip Becker; Terry Fitzgerald; Jerrygiustiniani; Sheila Mccann; Terrybradley; Jason Motley,plaintiffs-appellees, v. Sherry Cooper; Defendant,international Association of Machinists and Aerospaceworkers, Afl-cio, Lodge 142; Defendant-appellant,international Association of Machinists and Aerospaceworkers, Afl-cio, Defendant.independent Federation of Flight Attendants; Barryschimmel; Flip Becker; Terry Fitzgerald; Jerrygiustiniani; Sheila Mccann; Terrybradley; Jason Motley,plaintiffs-appellees, v. Sherry Cooper; International Association of Machinists Andaerospace Workers, Afl-cio, Lodge 142; Defendants,international Association of Machinists and Aerospaceworkers, Afl-cio, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 917 01/26/98
Robert A. Miller; Kody Miller, by His Parent and Naturalguardian Robert A. Miller; Carey Miller; Jeremiah Justinmiller, Minor, by His Parent and Legal Guardian Careymiller; Rick Miller; James Miller; Claudia Greiner; Avemaria Askey; Nanette Kelley, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Tony and Susan Alamo Foundation, Doing Business As Southwestbusiness Management Co., Tony and Susan Alamo Christianfoundation, Holy Alamo Christian Church, Alamo Buildersemporium of Alma, Arkansas, Alamo Candy Company, Alamoconstruction Company, Alamo Electric of Alma, Arkansas,alamo Expert Roofing of Fort Smith, Arkansas, Alamo Landdevelopment Company of Alma, Ark., Alamo Plumbing of Alma,arkansas, Alamo Quarries of Alma, Arkansas, Alamo Packing Ofalma, Arkansas, Tennessee Country Boy Distributors, Tcb Distributors;music Square Church, Doing Business As Alamo Mini Mart,holiness Tabernacle Christian School, Alamo of Nashville,alamo Ready Mix, Alamo Discount Grocery, Hartfordadvertising, Alamo Freight, Alamo Farms, Alamo Restaurant,alamo Kerr-mcgee Transmission Shop, Alamo Dx, End Time Books;tony Alamo, Also Known As Tony Fernando, Bernie Lazar, Tonyfernando Alamo, Bernie Hoffman, Bernie Lazar Hoffman, Borislazar, Papa Tony, Individually & As Officer and Director Oftony & Susan Alamo Foundation and Music Square Church,marc Landgarten, Individually & As Managing Agent for Tony &susan Alamo Foundation & Music Square Church Foundation &music Square Church; Tommy Scarcello, Individually & Asmanaging Agent for Tony & Susan Alamo Foundation & Musicsquare Church; Carol Ann Miller, Also Known As Carol Annlandgarten, Individually & As Managing Agent for Tony &susan Alamo Foundation & Music Square Church; Susan L.miller, Also Known As Susan Scarcello, Individually & Asmanaging Agent for Tony & Susan Alamo Foundation & Musicsquare Church; Defendants,edward Mick; William R. Levy; Richard T. Hydell; Williamj. Baxter; Lane L. Petra; Ralph Malone; Debra Malone;lucien Claude; Donald Wylie; Kathy Wylie; A.z. Hudson;timothy Leathers, Commissioner of Revenue, Arkansasdepartment of Finance and Administration, Intervenors,united States of America, Intervenor-appellant,c.g. Turner; Jesse Rhodes, Inc.; Re v. Joseph Orlando;mrs. Joseph Orlando; Re v. Donald Sweat; Mrs. Donald Sweat;re v. David Scheff; Mrs. David Scheff; Re v. Larry Willis;mrs. Larry Willis; Re v. Addison Benson; Mrs. Addisonbenson; Re v. Richard Ondrisek; Mrs. Richard Ondrisek;re v. Gerard Demoulin; Mrs. Gerard Demoulin; Re v. Ian Mann;mrs. Ian Mann; Re v. Thomas Scarcello; Mrs. Thomasscarcello; Re v. Robert Streit; Mrs. Robert Streit; Re v. Ted Franckiewicz; Mrs. Ted Franckiewicz; Movants,roderick Realty & Ins. Co.; Claimant.robert A. Miller; Kody Miller, by His Parent and Naturalguardian Robert A. Miller; Carey Miller; Jeremiah Justinmiller, Minor, by His Parent and Legal Guardian Careymiller; Rick Miller; James Miller; Claudia Greiner; Avemaria Askey; Nanette Kelley, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Tony and Susan Alamo Foundation, Doing Business As Southwestbusiness Management Co., Tony and Susan Alamo Christianfoundation, Holy Alamo Christian Church, Alamo Buildersemporium of Alma, Arkansas, Alamo Candy Company, Alamoconstruction Company, Alamo Electric of Alma, Arkansas,alamo Expert Roofing of Fort Smith, Arkansas, Alamo Landdevelopment Company of Alma, Arkansas, Alamo Quarries Ofalma, Arkansas, Alamo Packing of Alma, Arkansas, Tennesseecountry Boy Distributors, Tcb Distributors;music Square Church, Doing Business As Alamo Mini Mart,holiness Tabernacle Christian School, Alamo of Nashville,alamo Ready Mix, Alamo Discount Grocery, Hartfordadvertising, Alamo Freight, Alamo Farms, Alamo Restaurant,alamo Kerr-mcgee Transmission Shop, Alamo Dx, End Time Books;tony Alamo, Also Known As Tony Fernando, Bernie Lazar, Tonyfernando Alamo, Bernie Hoffman, Bernie Lazar Hoffman, Borislazar, Papa Tony, Individually and As Officer and Directorof Tony & Susan Alamo Foundation and Music Square Church; Defendants,marc Landgarten, Individually & As Managing Agent for Tony &susan Alamo Foundation & Music Square Church Foundation &mu 134 F.3d 910 01/20/98
Ron Kobs and Stacie Kobs, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Arrow Service Bureau, Inc., Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 893 01/22/98
United States of America, Appellee, v. Juvenile Tk, Appellant 134 F.3d 899 01/12/98
United States of America, Appellee, v. Juvenile Male J.a.j., Appellant 134 F.3d 905 01/12/98
21 Employee Benefits Cas. 2409, 98 Cal. Dailyop. Ser v. 958,98 Daily Journal D.a.r. 597michelle Cisneros, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Unum Life Insurance Company of America and 1 Through 50,inclusive, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 939 01/20/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 518, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 705ernest Selam, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Warm Springs Tribal Correctional Facility, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 948 01/21/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 666, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 869united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Lawrence A. Tubiolo, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 989 01/26/98
Ronnie Enlow, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Patrick Moore, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 993 01/20/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Darryl D. Burt, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 997 01/20/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 660, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 874arthur Calderon, Warden, California State Prison, Sanquentin, Petitioner, v. the United States District Court for the Northern Districtof California, Respondent,freddie Lee Taylor, Real Party in Interest 134 F.3d 981 01/26/98
48 Fed. R. Evid. Ser v. 924, 98 Cal. Daily Op.ser v. 555,98 Daily Journal D.a.r. 3673,98 Daily Journal D.a.r. 763united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Bourne Bobby Thomas, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 975 04/10/98
Thomas A. Ramey, Petitioner, v. Stevedoring Services of America; Jones Oregon Stevedoringcompany; Eagle Pacific Insurance Company;director, Office of Workers Compensationprograms, Respondents.in the Matter Of: Dean J. Bellmer, Petitioner, v. Stevedoring Services of America; Jones Oregon Stevedoringcompany; Eagle Pacific Insurance Company, Respondents 134 F.3d 954 01/22/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 551, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 767brijmati Singh, Petitioner, v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondent 134 F.3d 962 01/22/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 547, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 773in Re Fred Di Giorgio; Irene Di Giorgio, Debtors.fred Di Giorgio; Irene Di Giorgio, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Josephine Lee, Defendant,andcounty of Los Angeles; Sheriff's Department, County of Losangeles, Court Services Division; Sherman Block,sheriff, of Los Angeles County,defendants-appellants.in Re Fred Di Giorgio; Irene Di Giorgio, Debtors,fred Di Giorgio; Irene Di Giorgio, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Josephine Lee, Defendant-appellant,andcounty of Los Angeles; Sheriff's Department, County of Losangeles, Court Services Division; Sherman Block,sheriff, of Los Angeles County, Defendants 134 F.3d 971 01/22/98
Luis Arango-alvarez, Petitioner-appellant, v. United States of America, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 888 01/22/98
Larry D. Drake and Rosalie E. Drake, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 878 01/21/98
Penny Moore, Plaintiff-appellant, v. the Board of Education of the Johnson City Schools; Dr. R.mike Simmons, Superintendent of the Johnson Cityschools, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 781 04/23/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Michael Benson, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 787 01/21/98
United States of America, Appellee, v. Wang Kun Lue, Defendant,chen De Yian, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 79 01/14/98
The Detroit Edison Company, Plaintiff--appellant, v. Protection Mutual Insurance Co., Defendant--appellee 134 F.3d 790 01/21/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Jeffrey A. Greever, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 777 01/20/98
Robert D. Cook, Plaintiff,leonard C. Jaques, Attorney-appellant, v. American Steamship Company, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 771 01/20/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. State of Michigan; John Engler, Governor of Michigan;michigan Department of Corrections; Kenneth L. Mcginnis,director, Michigan Department of Corrections; Dan L.bolden, Deputy Director, Michigan Department of Corrections;john Jabe, Regional Administrator, State Prison of Southernmichigan; Pamela K. Withrow, Warden, Michigan Reformatory;and John Hawley, Warden, Marquette Branch Prison,defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 745 01/14/98
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc.; the Rockand Roll Hall of Fame Foundation, Inc., Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Gentile Productions; Charles M. Gentile, Defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 749 03/05/98
Fed. Sec. L. Rep. P 90,120, 48 Fed. R. Evid. Ser v. 807united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Albert J. Desantis, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 760 03/03/98
Brenda Buntin, Plaintiff-appellant/cross-appellee, v. Breathitt County Board of Education, et al.,defendants-appellees/cross-appellants 134 F.3d 796 01/21/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Bharesh D. Dedhia, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 802 01/22/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Bernard Wilson, Luis Luna, and Manuel Garcia, Defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 855 01/20/98
Bad Frog Brewery, Inc., Plaintiff-appellant, v. New York State Liquor Authority, Anthony J. Casale, Lawrencej. Gedda, Edward F. Kelly, Individually and Asmembers of the New York State Liquorauthority, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 87 01/15/98
Paul Felzen, Trustee of Louise Laskin Trust--1991, Andsandra Esner, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Dwayne O. Andreas, et al., Defendants,california Public Employees' Retirement System and Floridastate Board of Administration, Objectors-appellants 134 F.3d 873 01/21/98
Fed. Sec. L. Rep. P 90,128beverly Otto, Individually and on Behalf of All Otherssimilarly Situated, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Variable Annuity Life Insurance Company, Charles T. Bauer,mortimer M. Caplin, et al., Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 841 03/18/98
In Re Frank Pio Crivello, Debtor.kravit, Gass & Weber, S.c., Appellant, v. M. Scott Michel, United States Trustee, Appellee 134 F.3d 831 01/09/98
Dewey O. Mays, Jr., M.d., et al., Plaintiffs-appellees, v. City of Dayton, et al., Defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 809 03/06/98
Fred A. Leistiko, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Michael P.w. Stone, Secretary of the Army; National Guardbureau; Richard C. Alexander, the Adjutantgeneral, State of Ohio, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 817 03/04/98
Justin J. Boucher, Plaintiff-appellee, v. School Board of the School District of Greenfield,defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 821 01/09/98
Deborah Northrop, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Hoffman of Simsbury, Inc., D/b/a Hoffman Honda of Avon,jeffrey S. Hoffman, As President of Hoffman of Simsbury,inc., John Doe # 1, an Unknown Employee of Hoffman Ofsimsbury, Inc., John Doe # 2, an Unknown Employee of Hoffmanof Simsbury, Inc., and Larry F. Katzke, an Employee of Xyzcorporation, Defendants-appellees,jane Doe # 1, an Unknown Employee of Xyz Corporation,richard Roe, an Unknown Individual, and Xyzcorporation, an Unknown Corporation, Defendants 134 F.3d 41 11/21/97
Marine Mammal Conservancy, Inc., Petitioner, v. Department of Agriculture and United States of America, Respondents 134 F.3d 409 02/03/98
Nicolescu v. Ins* 134 F.3d 385 12/22/97
U.S. v. Bautista-chavarriage* 134 F.3d 385 12/30/97
U.S. v. Marino** 134 F.3d 385 12/22/97
U.S. v. Nguyen* 134 F.3d 385 12/30/97
U.S. v. Bonilla-torres* 134 F.3d 385 12/24/97
U.S. v. Eckardt* 134 F.3d 385 12/30/97
U.S. v. Difflerant* 134 F.3d 385 12/31/97
U.S. v. Lebon* 134 F.3d 385 12/31/97
U.S. v. Benitez*** 134 F.3d 385 12/30/97
Ferrell v. United Parcel Service* 134 F.3d 385 12/24/97
U.S. v. Weeks* 134 F.3d 385 12/31/97
Miller v. Sunshine-jr. Stores, Inc.*** 134 F.3d 385 12/22/97
Davis v. Ldds Worldcom, Inc.* 134 F.3d 386 12/23/97
U.S. v. Sanford* 134 F.3d 386 12/22/97
U.S. v. Miller 134 F.3d 385 12/29/97
U.S. v. Williams* 134 F.3d 385 12/31/97
Gaines v. Dalton* 134 F.3d 385 12/22/97
U.S. v. Montoya* 134 F.3d 385 12/24/97
Merchant v. Singletary* 134 F.3d 385 12/23/97
Walter Resources v. W.c. Management** 134 F.3d 385 12/22/97
U.S. v. Garcia* 134 F.3d 385 12/23/97
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Gary Maden, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 383 01/30/98
Peggy Sandoval, Petitioner-appellant, v. Municipal Court, San Juan County; Tom Udall, Attorneygeneral for the State of New Mexico, Respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 383 01/09/98
United States of America, Plaintiff--appellee, v. Jorge Alberto Figueredo, Aka George Figueredo, Defendant--appellant 134 F.3d 383 01/09/98
Janet K. Stephens, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kenneth S. Apfel, Commissioner of Social Securityadministration, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 383 02/04/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. James B. Kimball, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 383 01/22/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Jackie Lynn Martin, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 383 01/30/98
Sandra Marsh, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Corrections Corporation of America; Tom Newton, Warden;penny Lucero, Deputy Warden; Helen Torrez, Shift Commander;darlene Valley, Assistant Shift Commander; Maureen Vaughn,disciplinary Officer; Don Russell, Hearing Officer;marcella Chavez, Commissary Officer; Bill Snodgrass, Chiefof Security; Bobby Kroen, Shift Commander; Ann Dougherty,caseworker; New Mexico Corrections Department; Karlsanicks, Secretary of Corrections; Priscilla Gallegos,d.o.c. Appeal Officer; Herb Maschner, Secretary's Designee;manuel Romero, Secretary's Designee, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 383 01/28/98
Jeffrey Trujillo, Plaintiff-appellant, v. City of Albuquerque; the Honorable Martin Chavez, Mayor Ofthe City of Albuquerque; Patrick E. Bingham; Gary Wall;bob Brown; Robert Reyes; Bruce Hicks; John Nemitz;dennis Pratt, in Their Individual and Official Capacities,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 383 01/21/98
John W. Paul, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Edward J. Rugh, Health Administrator, Corrections Medicalservices, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 383 01/29/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Kevin L. Johnson, Defendant-appellant.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Chiquita Veleta Owens, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 383 01/29/98
No. 97-1278 134 F.3d 383 12/11/97
Britt Metal Processing v. Nlrb* 134 F.3d 385 12/31/97
U.S. v. Barber* 134 F.3d 385 12/31/97
U.S. v. Hamilton* 134 F.3d 385 12/23/97
U.S. v. Fairfield* 134 F.3d 385 12/30/97
Western Farmers Electric Cooperative, an Oklahomacooperative, Plaintiff-appellant, v. St. Paul Insurance Company, Houston Texas, a Texas Insurancecorporation, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 384 02/03/98
No. 97-5080 134 F.3d 383 01/30/98
No. 97-3113 134 F.3d 383 01/30/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Eric Everett Smith, Also Known As Bubba Smith, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 384 01/29/98
U.S. v. Williams* 134 F.3d 386 12/31/97
U.S. v. Abreu* 134 F.3d 386 12/23/97
De Oliveira v. Ins* 134 F.3d 386 12/23/97
Scott v. Prudential Securities* 134 F.3d 386 12/30/97
Gigandet v. Longwood Health Care* 134 F.3d 386 12/23/97
Bearden v. Quorum Health Group*** 134 F.3d 386 12/31/97
U.S. v. Tate* 134 F.3d 386 12/31/97
U.S. v. Broome* 134 F.3d 386 12/30/97
Walker v. Sears Roebuck & Co., Inc.*** 134 F.3d 386 12/23/97
English v. Parks* 134 F.3d 386 12/24/97
U.S. v. Johnson* 134 F.3d 386 12/23/97
U.S. v. Muschette* 134 F.3d 386 12/31/97
Neal Ali v. Wang Laboratories, Inc., William G. Cooper, Howard C. Coker 134 F.3d 387 12/29/97
American Lung Association, et al., Petitioners, v. Environmental Protection Agency and Carol M. Browner,administrator, United States Environmentalprotection Agency, Respondents,appalachian Power Company, et al., Intervenors 134 F.3d 388 03/03/99
Asiana Airlines, et al., Petitioners, v. Federal Aviation Administration and Barry Valentine, Actingadministrator, Federal Aviation Administration, Respondents,air New Zealand Limited, Intervenor 134 F.3d 393 01/30/98
United States of America, Appellant, v. Alvin Webb, Appellee 134 F.3d 403 02/03/98
Donald R. Jones, James Dunnavant, Brent S. Morris v. City of Columbus, Georgia 134 F.3d 387 12/22/97
Frutoso Villarreal, Leroy Garcia Harley v. Dept. of Corrections, Harry K. Singletary, Jr 134 F.3d 387 12/22/97
Hawthorne v. University of West Florida, Florida Board of Regents,general Counsel, John Martin, Earl Smith, Dansimple, Rachael Booker, Floridadepartment of Insurance,division of Risk Management 134 F.3d 387 12/31/97
Charles B. Sewell, James F. Jones v. James L. Berry, Sheriff of Lumpkin County, Georgia, Jeff D.branyon, Deputy Sheriff of Lumpkin County, Georgia 134 F.3d 387 12/30/97
D. L. Thomas, Hazel Thomas v. American Home Products, Inc., Boyle-midway, Inc., Amazingproducts, Inc 134 F.3d 387 12/31/97
U.S. v. Ramirez* 134 F.3d 386 12/31/97
U.S. v. Harris* 134 F.3d 386 12/30/97
Manson v. Henry* 134 F.3d 386 12/24/97
Elgin Sweeper v. Powerscreen Int'l 134 F.3d 386 12/23/97
Stewart v. Commercial Life Ins.* 134 F.3d 386 12/31/97
Patterson v. Apfel* 134 F.3d 386 12/31/97
U.S. v. Montgomery* 134 F.3d 386 12/31/97
Northwestern Mutual v. Sharperson* 134 F.3d 386 12/31/97
U.S. v. Rosenzweig* 134 F.3d 386 12/24/97
U.S. v. Gray* 134 F.3d 386 12/31/97
Hosea-studdard v. Bessmer State* 134 F.3d 386 12/31/97
U.S. v. Harris* 134 F.3d 386 12/24/97
Worthy v. Widnall*** 134 F.3d 386 12/31/97
Hall v. U.s.* 134 F.3d 386 12/24/97
U.S. v. Staley* 134 F.3d 386 12/23/97
U.S. v. Moore** 134 F.3d 386 12/22/97
U.S. v. Hodo* 134 F.3d 386 12/23/97
Mills v. Apfel* 134 F.3d 386 12/23/97
Chinue v. At&t* 134 F.3d 386 12/30/97
U.S. v. Brewer** 134 F.3d 386 12/22/97
Judith Curry, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kenneth S. Apfel,* Commissioner of Thesocial Security Administration, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 377 01/16/98
David Edward Jirovec, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Tana Wood, Hal Snively, Larry Sutton, James Blodgett,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 377 01/16/98
Lofton v. Tdcj** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
Chrisholm v. Hall** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
U.S. v. Schultz** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
U.S. v. Talmore** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
U.S. v. Ngo** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Rochon v. Cain** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
Verdin v. Plaisance Draglined 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
Bankhead v. Turnbow** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
Holleman v. Gillett** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
U.S. v. Reyes-cruz** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
Darryl W. Elliott, Plaintiff, Appellant, v. S.d. Warren Company, et al., Defendants, Appellees 134 F.3d 1 01/13/98
Sanchez v. Friendswood Isd* 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Nishioka v. Balch 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
Coleman v. Stalderd 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
Judd v. University of New Mexico** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
U.S. v. Suarez** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
U.S. v. Carrera-hernandez** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
Johnson v. Ringo** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Fantroy v. Killinger** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
Jones v. Rivers** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Armond v. Carney** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Weatherly v. Chief of Police** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Holmes v. Scott** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
U.S. v. Torres-servin** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Moawad v. Childs** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
U.S. v. Ortiz-cardenas** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Easley v. Johnson* 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Smith v. Johnson** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
U.S. v. Kritzman** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
U.S. v. Aguilar-muniz** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
U.S. v. Jenkins** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
Norfield v. U.s.* 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Cureaux v. Berrigan** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
U.S. v. Andrade* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
King v. Fuel Services, Inc.* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
U.S. v. Olaremi* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
James v. Primerica Life Ins.* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
Miller v. Forrest* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
Mccain v. Scott** 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
U.S. v. Saucedo-hernandez** 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
U.S. v. Mendoza-rojas** 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
Securities & Exchange v. Dahlstrom* 134 F.3d 368 12/15/97
Richard v. Drewry** 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
U.S. v. Vargas-villa** 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
U.S. v. Ochoa-ochoa** 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
U.S. v. Basurto-gomez** 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
Gilbert v. Offshore Production* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
U.S. v. Muhammad* 134 F.3d 368 12/12/97
U.S. v. Crosslin* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
U.S. v. Salazar-navarro** 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
U.S. v. Bell* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
Skinner v. Brown* 134 F.3d 368 12/12/97
U.S. v. Parcel of Real Property* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
Houston v. Warner** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
U.S. v. Johnson** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Isa-al-masih v. Justice** 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Ritchey v. Zain** 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
Hackler v. Regency Toyota, Inc.* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
Hicks v. Johnson City Law Enf.* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
U.S. v. North* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
Hyden v. General Dynamics* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
Walker v. Nerco, Inc.* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
Robbins v. Dalton 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
Pertech Company v. Videojet System* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
Green v. Lampert** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
Adams v. Tombone** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
James W. Smith, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Comair, Incorporated; Delta Airlines, Incorporated,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 254 01/15/98
S.p., a Citizen of Takoma Park, Maryland, Plaintiff-appellant, v. the City of Takoma Park, Maryland; Robert Phillips, in Hisofficial Capacity As Chief of the Takoma Park Policedepartment; Brian Rich, Individually and in His Capacity Asan Officer of the Takoma Park Police Department; Unknownand Unidentified Police Officers of the Takoma Policedepartment Who Were Present at and Involved in the Incidentscomplained of Herein, Individually and in Their Capacity Asofficers of the Takoma Park Police Department; Washingtonadventist Hospital; Cyril Hardy; James Buxbaum; Paulo'brien; Carla Cunningham; Marlene Wesley, Defendants-appellees.american Civil Liberties Union of Maryland, Inc., Amicus Curiae,zuckert, Scoutt & Rasenberger, L.l.p., Movant 134 F.3d 260 01/15/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Larry R. Linney, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 274 01/20/98
Daniel G. Buonocore, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Donald L. Harris, Special Agent, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,and Firearms; David R. Cundiff, Deputy Sheriff,franklin County Sheriff's Department;united States of America,defendants-appellees,andchesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia; Jamesd. Thompson, Assistant Manager, Chesapeake Andpotomac Telephone Company of Virginia;linda Sue Taylor, Defendants.daniel G. Buonocore, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Donald L. Harris, Special Agent, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,and Firearms, Defendant-appellant,anddavid R. Cundiff, Deputy Sheriff, Franklin County Sheriff'sdepartment; Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company Ofvirginia; James D. Thompson, Assistant Manager, Chesapeakeand Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia; Linda Suetaylor; United States of America, Defendants.daniel G. Buonocore, Plaintiff-appellee, v. David R. Cundiff, Deputy Sheriff, Franklin County Sheriff'sdepartment, Defendant-appellant,anddonald L. Harris, Special Agent, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,and Firearms; Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company Ofvirginia; James D. Thompson, Assistant Manager, Chesapeakeand Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia; Linda Suetaylor; United States of America, Defendants 134 F.3d 245 01/14/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Ervis Lamont Hastings, Defendant-appellant.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Mitchell Ivan Bolder, Defendant-appellant.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Vivian Mae Renfro, Defendant-appellant.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. James Michael Phillips, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 235 01/14/98
Baltimore Goodwill Industries, Incorporated, Petitioner, v. National Labor Relations Board, Respondent,baltimore Regional Joint Board, Union of Needletrades,industrial and Textile Employees, Afl-cio, Intervenor.national Labor Relations Board, Petitioner, v. Baltimore Goodwill Industries, Incorporated, Respondent 134 F.3d 227 01/13/98
Gallus Investments, L.p., Plaintiff-appellee, v. Pudgie's Famous Chicken, Limited, Defendant-appellant,andpudgie's Chicken, Incorporated; Steven M. Wasserman; Henrya. Guinn; Mike J. Bearss, Defendants 134 F.3d 231 01/13/98
Waldo G. Vazquez, et al., Plaintiffs, Appellants, v. Carlos Lopez-rosario, et al., Defendants, Appellees 134 F.3d 28 01/22/98
Daniel A. Spacek, Plaintiff-appellee, v. the Maritime Association, I L a Pension Plan, and Trusteesof the Agreement of Trust, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 283 01/22/98
James A. Long, and Wife; James A. King, and Wife; Raymondking, and Wife; Jerry Pate Long, and Wife; Homer L. Long,and Wife; Kelvin King, and Wife; Truman Smith, and Wife;sam Fulton, and Wife; David Sweeney, and Wife; Jimmysweeney, and Wife; James Sweeney; Bob Graves, and Wife;john Ratliff, and Wife; Dennis Ratliff, and Wife; J.p.ratliff, and Wife, Plaintiffs-counterdefendants-appellees-cross Appellants,gayle Long; Mary Ann King; Minnie Lee King; Susie Long;ann Long; Sharon King; Nadaiah Smith; Madge Fulton; Suesweeney; Lynette Sweeney; Mariana Graves; Diana Ratliff;toni Ratliff; Mary Blanche Ratliff, Plaintiffs-counterdefendants-appellees, v. Kenneth T. Turner, Individually, Defendant-counter Claimant,andfirstrust Corporation, Defendant-counterclaimant-appellant-cross Appellee 134 F.3d 312 03/26/98
Shirley Marshall, Individually and on Behalf of Nydiamarshall, Plaintiff-appellant, v. East Carroll Parish Hospital Service District, Doingbusiness As East Carroll Parish Hospital,defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 319 10/18/94
Clarence H. Jones, Jr., Petitioner-appellant, v. Gary L. Johnson, Director, Texas Department of Criminaljustice, Institutional Division, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 309 01/28/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Leonard Louis Capaldi, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 307 01/26/98
Jose Eligio De La Cruz, Petitioner-appellant, v. Gary L. Johnson, Director, Texas Department of Criminaljustice, Institutional Division, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 299 01/22/98
In Re: Terra International, Inc., Petitioner 134 F.3d 302 01/26/98
21 Employee Benefits Cas. 2439,pens. Plan Guide (cch) P 23944qrobert E. Sedlack, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Braswell Services Group, Incorporated, A/k/a Braswell Groupinc., Defendant-appellee.robert E. Sedlack, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Braswell Services Group, Incorporated, A/k/a Braswell Groupinc., Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 219 01/12/98
John Thomas Noland, Jr., Petitioner-appellee, v. James B. French, Warden, Central Prison, Raleigh, Northcarolina, Respondent-appellant.john Thomas Noland, Jr., Petitioner-appellant, v. James B. French, Warden, Central Prison, Raleigh, Northcarolina, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 208 01/07/98
75 Fair Empl.prac.cas. (bna) 1499,72 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 45,140newark Branch, National Association for the Advancement Ofcolored People; Jersey City Branch, National Associationfor the Advancement of Colored People; New Jersey Stateconference, National Association for the Advancement Ofcolored People; the National Association for Theadvancement of Colored People, Appellants, v. City of Bayonne, New Jersey 134 F.3d 113 01/13/98
Dorsey Trailers, Inc., Northumberland Pa Plant, Petitionerin No. 96-3392, v. National Labor Relations Board, Respondent.national Labor Relations Board, Petitioner in No. 96-3578,international Union, Automobile, Aerospace & Agricultureimplement Workers of America, and Its Local 1868, Intervenor, v. Dorsey Trailers, Inc., Northumberland Pa Plant, Respondent 134 F.3d 125 01/13/98
Donald Burns, Appellant, v. Willis E. Morton, Superintendent; Peter Verniero, Theattorney General of the State of New Jersey 134 F.3d 109 01/09/98
Allan Bruce Hemmings, Plaintiff-appellant, v. John F. Gorczyk, Commissioner, Vermont Department Ofcorrections; Keith Tallon, Southwest Regional Correctionalfacility; Keith Griffin, Supervisor; Thomas Terencini,supervisor; Dorothy Day, Correction Officer; Officercripps, Correction Officer; Officer Ball, Correctionofficer; Thomas Griffin, Education Center Director; Dr.stickney, Medical Officer; Donna Young, Medical Departmentnurse; Robert J. Wallett, Supervisor; Scott Baker, Asst.supt.; Nurse Marsha, Medical Department; Mid-vermontorthopaedics, Inc.; Joseph Vargas, M.d.; Rutland Regionalmedical Center, 160 Allen Street, Rutland, Vermont,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 104 01/16/98
United States of America, Appellant, v. John A. Brennick, Defendant, Appellee 134 F.3d 10 01/20/98
Continental Insurance Company, Corvette Coverunderwriters-1993, Tugu Insurance Company, China Insurancecompany, Protector Forsikring As, Oslo, Mitsui Marine Andfire Insurance Co., Ltd. Tokyo, Fai General Insurancecompany Limited (australia), New York Marine & Generalinsurance Company, Homestead Insurance Company and Certainunderwriters at Lloyd's,plaintiffs-counter-defendants-appellees-cross-appellants, v. Lone Eagle Shipping Ltd. (liberia),defendant-counterclaimant-appellant-cross-appellee,the Royal Bank of Scotland, Plc, Defendant-counterclaimant 134 F.3d 103 01/15/98
In Re: General Motors Corporation Pick-up Truck Fuel Tankproducts Liability Litigationjack French, Robert M. West, Charles E. Merrit and Garyblades (the French Objectors/movants), Appellantsin No. 96-2039,jesus Garibay, Jerome Hope, Jr., Robert and Lucille White,and Carlos Zabala, Pending Intervenors, Objectorsand Class Members, Appellants in No. 96-2054,dan Tureck and Joseph Geller, Appellants in No. 96-2061 134 F.3d 133 01/14/98
Steven R. Lovasz, Appellant, v. Scig Supt. Donald T. Vaughn 134 F.3d 146 01/14/98
In Re Trans World Airlines, Incorporated, Debtor.travellers International Ag, Appellant/cross-appellee Inappeal No. 97-7037, v. Trans World Airlines, Incorporated; Official Committee Ofunsecured Creditors for Trans World Airlines,trans World Airlines, Incorporated Appellant/cross-appellee 134 F.3d 188 01/20/98
United States of America v. Raymond Isaac, A/k/a Rocky Raymond Isaac, Appellant 134 F.3d 199 01/20/98
United States of America, v. James Russell, Aka Gaith Junior Douglas, Aka Steven Shawn Jones,james Russell, A/k/a Steven Shawn Jones, Appellant 134 F.3d 171 01/16/98
Sandra Crane, Fund Manager, Plaintiff, Appellant, v. Green & Freedman Baking Company, Inc., et al., Defendants, Appellees 134 F.3d 17 01/20/98
Sea-land Service, Inc. v. General Electric Company,sea-land Service, Inc. ("sea-land"), Appellant 134 F.3d 149 01/15/98
Erasmo Gambino, Appellant, v. E.w. Morris (warden-fci Fairton); United States Parole Commissioner 134 F.3d 156 01/15/98
Kathlyn Sorenson, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Steve Ferrie and James M. Walling, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 325 02/11/98
77 Fair Empl.prac.cas. (bna) 51, 74 Empl.prac. Dec. P 45,532robyn Sanders; Cynthia Mullanix, Plaintiffs-appellants-appellees, v. Casa View Baptist Church, et al., Defendants,casa View Baptist Church, Defendant-appellee,shelby Baucum, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 331 03/26/98
Gunn v. Manning 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
Young v. Robinson 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
Miller v. Carver & Moore 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
Brewer v. Apfel* 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
Flores v. Michael Unit** 134 F.3d 366 12/09/97
U.S. v. Hendrickson* 134 F.3d 366 12/09/97
Richard v. Collins** 134 F.3d 366 12/09/97
Bernard Johnson, Inc. v. Hassond 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
Smith v. Harris* 134 F.3d 366 12/09/97
U.S. v. Edwards** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
U.S. v. Jackson** 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
In Matter of Mbm Investment 134 F.3d 367 12/10/97
Evans v. Region 8 Mental Health* 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
U.S. v. Riosd 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
Carmouche v. Affiliated Blind of La 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
Murdock v. Denton** 134 F.3d 366 12/09/97
Bagley v. Johnson** 134 F.3d 366 12/09/97
French v. Johnson** 134 F.3d 366 12/09/97
U.S. v. Glover** 134 F.3d 366 12/09/97
Mcgrew v. Whitaker* 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
U.S. v. Brown* 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Michael Price, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 340 01/08/98
75 Fair Empl.prac.cas. (bna) 1409,72 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 45,161,48 Fed. R. Evid. Ser v. 750john W. Reed; Henry Sharber, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. David Baxter, Individually; City of Murfreesboro,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 351 03/05/98
Mcmillen v. Clay** 134 F.3d 366 12/09/97
U.S. v. Conner** 134 F.3d 366 12/09/97
U.S. v. Moreno 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
U.S. v. Ford** 134 F.3d 366 12/09/97
U.S. v. Pina 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
U.S. v. Kaminski** 134 F.3d 366 12/09/97
Wiley v. Anderson* 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
Frost Nat'l Bank v. Texaco, Inc 134 F.3d 366 12/08/97
U.S. v. Hart* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
Keener v. Graham* 134 F.3d 367 12/09/97
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Cindy Turner, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 375 01/12/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Kari Scott Sundstrom, A/k/a Kari Suzanne Helegren,defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 375 01/22/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.oray R. Winter, Plaintiff-appellant, v. John J. Callahan, Acting Commissioner of Social Security,defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 375 01/22/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Richard L. Turvey, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 375 01/08/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Walter C. Robinson, Also Known As Dominique, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 375 01/26/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Samuel K. Tidwell, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 375 01/28/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.robert J. Van Koten, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Family Health Management, Inc., and Chiromed Physicians,p.c., Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 375 02/06/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Robert L. Seaver, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 375 01/26/98
Jerryal J. Culler, Petitioner-appellant, v. Teresa Rocha, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 376 01/15/98
Dan-victor Balaesh, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Trinity Biotech, an Irish Public Limited Company, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 376 11/25/97
Barovich Associates, Inc.; John Barovich, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Aura Systems, Inc.; Zvi Kurtzman; Arthur J. Schwartz;cipora Kurtzman Lavut; Neal B. Kaufman; Larryschultz; Harvey Cohen; Norman Reitman;francis T. Phelan,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 376 01/09/98
Reginald P. Burgess, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Cts Technical Services Inc., a Washington Corporation;microsoft Corporation, a Washington Corporation,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 376 01/16/98
Roberto Pasamba Cervantes, Petitioner, v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondent 134 F.3d 376 01/09/98
Charles J. Bryant, Petitioner, v. Director, Office of Workers' Compensation Programs;stevedoring Services of America; Eagle Pacificinsurance Co., Respondents 134 F.3d 376 01/28/98
Eric A. Clark, I, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Marvin T. Runyon, Jr., Postmaster General; Carol Conroy,postmaster; Mark Shiejo, Supervisor; Emmanualarca, Supervisor; Edward Wysock, Jr.,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 376 01/15/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Rockey Morse, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 375 01/12/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff Appellee, v. Kevin Jerome Woods, Defendant Appellant 134 F.3d 375 01/28/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.laila El-marazku, Plaintiff-appellant, v. University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents and Davidlarbalestier, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 374 01/08/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Randy C. Blount, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 374 01/07/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.grove Fresh Distributors, Inc., an Illinois Corporation,plaintiff-appellee, v. John Labatt Limited, a Canadian Corporation; John Labatt,inc., a California Corporation; Labatt Food Company, Adivision of John Labatt Limited; Everfresh, a Division Oflabatt Food Company; Everfresh, Inc., a Michigancorporation, and Everfresh, Inc., a Canadian Corporation,jointly D/b/a Everfresh Juice Co.; American Citrus Productscorporation, an Illinois Corporation D/b/a Home Juice Co.;daniel Kotowicki; Albert "ace" Allen; Charles Jamail; Andhenry Lang, Defendant-appellees 134 F.3d 374 05/07/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Mohammed Cook, Jr., Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 374 01/08/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Francis Bolduc, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 374 04/14/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Sean Anderson, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 374 01/20/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.diane Baker, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Jesse Brown, Secretary of the United States Department Ofveterans Affairs, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 374 01/13/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Jody L. James, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 374 01/15/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.carol J. Weatherspoon, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Alexis M. Herman,1 Secretary of Labor,defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 375 02/05/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.charles M. Vorhees, As Executor of the Last Will Andtestament of Helen v. Brach, a Person Presumeddead, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kirk Brown, Secretary of the Illinois Department Oftransportation, County of Dupage, a Political Subdivision Ofthe State of Illinois, City of Naperville, a Municipalityorganized Under the Laws of the State of Illinois, et al.,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 375 03/19/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.sandra M. Tarello and Tamara J. Wolff, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. John's Garage Iii, Ltd., Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 374 02/04/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.donty Ledel Simmons, Plaintiff-appellant, v. H. Christian Debruyn, et al., Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 374 01/06/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States v. Leon Douglas, Jr 134 F.3d 374 01/15/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Kurt Eric Moore, Defendant,-appellant 134 F.3d 374 01/13/98
Antonio R. Carrillo, an Individual, and Janet E. Carrillo,an Individual, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. State of Arizona, Dept. of Economic Security, Division Ofchildren and Family Services, Administration for Children,youth and Families; Child Protective Services; Mary Ault,individually and As Director of the State of Arizonadivision of Children and Family Services, Child Protectiveservices; Flora Sotomayer, Individually and As Actingprogram Administrator for Child Protective Services;francisco Aguirre, Individually and As Managing Casesupervisor for Child Protective Services; Juan Coss,individually and As Managing Case Supervisor for Childprotective Services; Robert Cox, Individually and As Socialcase Worker for Child Protective Services; John Higgins,individually and As Social Case Worker for Child Protectiveservices; and Kay Butera, Individually and As Social Caseworker for Child Protective Services; Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 376 01/09/98
Cheryl Borjon, Plaintiff-appellant, v. City of Simi Valley, a Political Entity; Steve Ming, As Anindividual and As a Police Officer for the City Ofsimi Valley, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 376 01/21/98
James Brechin Folsom, Plaintiff-appellant, v. David Cook, Director Oregon Department of Corrections;frank Hall, Former Director Odoc; al Chandler, Assistantdirector Odoc; S. Frank Thompson, Superintendent Osp;george H. Baldwin, Superintendent Eoci; John Grill,assistant Superintendent Osp; Morrow, Assistantsuperintendent Osp; Carolyn Schnoor, Executive Assistant Tosuperintendent; Chief Medical Officer Osp; D. Anderson,hearings Officer Osp; Sally Peyree, Hearings Officer Osp;carla Tupou, Counselor Osp; Mardy, Registered Nurse Osp;c. Mitchell, Psychological Assoc. Osp; Willie Watkins,inmate Affairs Officer Osp; Trent Axen, Law Librarian Osp;r.m. Harris, Law Librarian Osp; M. Humphreys, Captain Osp;r. Beriault, Lieutenant Osp; H. Myers, Lieutenant Osp; J.herron, Sergeant Osp; Rodriquez, Sergeant Osp; Anders,corporal Osp; Holcom, Corporal Osp; Kramer, Corporal Osp;schavland, Corporal Osp; Birch, Corrections Officer Osp;r. Burch, Corrections Officer Osp; T. Boughton, Correctionsofficer Osp; K. Craig, Corrections Officer Osp; Eskew,corrections Officer Osp; Grider, Corrections Officer Osp;a. Hernandez, Corrections Officer Osp; Kidd, Correctionsofficer Osp; J. Kindel, Corrections Officer Osp; Laney,corrections Officer Osp; Mynak; O'leary, Correctionsofficer Osp; E. Pyle, Corrections Officer Osp; Robertson,corrections Officer Osp; Robinson, Corrections Officer Osp;rodriquez, Corrections Officer Osp; Schmidt, Correctionsofficer Osp; Dave O'dea, Assistant Superintendent Eoci;dallas Northcott, Assistant Superintendent Eoci; Bradheath, Security Manager Eoci; Mark Schachtsick, Programservices Manager Eoci; Wade Scrogham, Hearings Officereoci; Christopher Powell, Investigator Eoci; Sheri Holman,librarian Eoci; Roberto Martinez, Counselor Eoci; M.g.clough, Captain Eoci; Courtain, Captain Eoci; J. Large,captain Eoci; B. Ledford, Captain Eoci; M. Headly,lieutenant Eoci; Marshall, Lieutenant Eoci; D. Riggins,lieutenant; T. Watson, Lieutenant; Harsin, Sergeant;hill, Sergeant; K. Johnson, Mailroom Clerk; Allen,corrections Officer; D. Atkinson, Corrections Officer; D.dinublio, Corrections Officer; M. Eggert, Correctionsofficer; K. Fife, Corrections Officer; Goans, Correctionsofficer; Greene, Corrections Officer; Hackett, Correctionsofficer; Hearns, Corrections Officer; J. Hoffman,corrections Officer; M. Jackson, Corrections Officer; D.johnson, Corrections Officer; Keen, Corrections Officer;r. Mcgraw, Corrections Officer; D. Mills, Correctionsofficer; Morris, Corrections Officer; Noble, Correctionsofficer; Parker, Corrections Officer; R. Pretz,corrections Officer; Scharf, Corrections Officer; K.swilling, Corrections Officer; M. Ward, Correctionsofficer; Wykoff, Corrections Officer; Ronald Myers,hearings Officer; P. Mckeone, Assistant Superintendenteoci; Vawter, Physical Plant Manager; J. Hensley, Actingfood Service Manager; P. Magloire, Education Manager; D.peck, Business Services Coordinator; S. Jackson, Executiveassistant; S. Holman, Library Coordinator; L. Large,counselor; Baxter, Physician; Kugel, Registered Nurse; D.richards, Registered Nurse; J. Robinson, Registered Nurse;p. Anderson, Captain; Bircham, Captain; G. Hascall,captain; Beacham, Lieutenant; Clayton, Sergeant; Charlesh. Cleveland, Sergeant; Gilliland, Sergeant; Hegge,sergeant; Kessler, Sergeant; D. Mitchell, Sergeant;burchett, Co; Fisher, Co; Fowler, Co; Houck, Co; Isley,co; M.l. Jones, Co Kennard, Co; C. King, Co; Lewis, Co;w.l. Richardson, Judge Porter, Co, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 377 01/16/98
Hall-buck Marine, Inc., Petitioner, v. Dawn Desbrisay and Director, Office of Workers' Compensationprograms, Respondents 134 F.3d 377 01/14/98
International Business Machines Corporation, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Leon B. Brown, Ccp Enterprise, Inc., Dba Advanced Dataproducts, Inc.; Matthew Cho; Reggie Parrot;california Computer Designs, Inc.;henry Cho, Defendants,andrajeev K. Dhingra, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 377 01/09/98
Annette Hamilton, Plaintiff/appellant, v. John J. Callahan,* Acting Commissionersocial Security Administration, Defendant/appellee 134 F.3d 377 01/14/98
Robert Delay, Petitioner, v. Director, Office of Workers' Compensation Programs;respondent, Stevedoring Services of America;eagle Pacific Insurance Company,respondents-intervenors 134 F.3d 377 01/16/98
Satyendranath Das, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Social Security Administration, Commissioner, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 377 01/15/98
Donnie Wayne Durrett, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Ruben Cedeno; James Thatcher; Robert Lynn, Religiousmanager; Tana Wood, Superintendent; Williampeck, Chaplin; Ione Streck, Propertysergeant, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 377 01/15/98
Jimmie L. Gilmer, Jr., Petitioner-appellant, v. Jerry Stainer, Warden, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 377 01/09/98
Immigrant Assistance Project of the Los Angeles Countyfederation of Labor (afl-cio); International Institute (sanfrancisco); Washington Association of Churches;international Institute (east Bay); Travelers & Immigrantsaid of Chicago; Hermandad Mexicana Nacional; One Stopimmigration; John Does, Nos. 1 Through 8; Jane Does, Nos.1 Through 4, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, ("ins"), Dorismeissner, Commissioner of the Ins; Attorneygeneral of the United States, Janetreno; United Statesdepartment of State,defendants-appellants,andalan C. Nelson; Edwin Meese, Defendants 134 F.3d 377 01/30/98
Terry Fleming; Richard Hofsheier, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Aho Constructin; Mel Aho, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 377 01/16/98
Reynaldo Hurtado Flores, Petitioner, v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondent 134 F.3d 377 01/15/98
Gst Tucson Lightwave, Inc., an Arizona Corporation,plaintiff-appellant, v. City of Tucson, an Arizona Municipal Corporation, Defendant-appellee,andu.s. West Communications, Inc., Defendant-intervenor-appellee 134 F.3d 377 02/02/98
Fara Estates Homeowners Association, a California Non-profitcorporation, Individually and in Itsrepresentative Capacity, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Fara Estates, Ltd., a Limited Partnership; Modestodevelopment, a General Partnership; Modesto Development, Acalifornia Corporation; Fara Associates, a Generalpartnership; Crocker National Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, Anational Banking Association; Sam Randy; Joseph Randy;rendazzo Development; Headrick Brothers; Durabuilt Trussco.; Panel Clip Company; All American Lath and Plastering;diversified Enterprises; Sacramento Insulation; Moniercompany; Olmstead Electric Company, Inc.; Golden Westsales, Inc.; Merced Plumbing Supply; Larry Lentlers,pacific Industries; Smith Lumber; Overhead Door Company Ofstockton; Modesto Shower Door; Johnson Ray Company; Thedrapery Specialist; Paul and Ray's Counter Tops; Pacificindustries; Centaur Manufacturing, Inc.; Tobert Hartarchitect; Ard Valley Engineering; Mark Randy; Samarnold; J. Andrew Krake, Betty Meadows; John R. Christian;j. Andrew Krake; John Christianson; Jack Mills; Dorthybearden; Springbrook Development Company; Steve C.mothersell; Saratoga Savings; Dwayne Stewart; George V.hartman; Ball Electric, Inc.; Joseph Ciarolla, D/b/aciarolla Construction; Gutter Specialties; Groverlandscaping, Inc.; Fresno Distributing Company, Inc.;amfac Distribution Corporation Cbr Cement Corporation,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 377 01/09/98
Fidelity National Title Insurance Company of California, Acalifornia Corporation, Plaintiff-appellee, v. National Westminster Bank, U.s.a., a New York Bankingcorporation, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 377 01/23/98
George Jaeger, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Marina City Of, an Incorporated California Municipality,defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 377 01/15/98
Elizabeth Helguero, Plaintiff-appellant, v. City of Costa Mesa; Alan Kent, in Their Individual Andofficial Capacity; Sandra M. Benson, in Her Individual Andofficial Capacity; Allan L. Roeder, in His Individualofficial Capacity; David L. Snowden, in His Individualofficial Capacity; Donald D. Lamm, Individual Officialcapacity, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 377 02/03/98
First State Insurance Company, a Connecticut Corporation,plaintiff-appellant, v. Northbrook Property & Casualty Insurance Co., an Illinoiscorporation, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 377 01/26/98
Reginald P. Burgess, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Selection Systems, Inc., a Washington Corporation, Dba Theselect Group; Washington Mutual Savings Bank, Awashington Corporation, Defendant-appellees 134 F.3d 376 01/16/98
Jeryl A. Cummings, Plaintiff-appellant, v. David Eber, City and County of Honolulu, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 376 01/23/98
Byung Wha an and Young-kae An, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Doo-hwan Chun, Tae-woo Roh, Sae-chang Choe, Sae Dong Chang,wha-pyung Hur, Sam-soo Hur, Kwan-dal Chung,hak-sung Yoo, Jun-byung Park, Hee-dopark and Hak-bong Lee,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 376 01/28/98
Notice: Ninth Circuit Rule 36-3 Provides That Dispositions Other Than Opinions or Orders Designated for Publication Are Not Precedential and Should Not Be Cited Except when Relevant Under the Doctrines of Law of the Case, Res Judicata, or Collateral Estoppel 134 F.3d 376 11/24/82
Humphrey v. City of Austin* 134 F.3d 368 12/12/97
Henry Cartwright, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Carl Sparks; Harris; Sullivan; Cook; Isaac; Sgt. Sneed;henderson, Detention Officer, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 376 01/15/98
A.o. Smith Corporation, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Rheem Manufacturing Company, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 376 01/22/98
Arctic Ice Cream Novelties, L.p., a Washington Limitedpartnership; William L. Dinsmore, an Individual,plaintiffs-appellants, v. Janet Reno, Attotney General; Doris M. Meissner,commissioner of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalizationservice; Immigration and Naturalization Service; Unitedstates of America, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 376 01/09/98
A. Greer Edwards, Jr., Plaintiff-appellant, v. United States of America; United States Department of Theinterior; United States Bureau of Land Management; Unitedstates Department of the Interior, Office of Hearings &appeals; Independence Mining Co.; Minorco S.a.; Angloamerican Corporation, A/k/a Anglo-american Corporation;debeers Centenary Ag; Debeers Consolidated Mines Ltd.,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 377 01/15/98
John T. Harris, Petitioner, v. Director, Office of Workers' Compensation Programs;department of the Army Afzh/cpn; Alexsis, Inc.,respondents 134 F.3d 377 01/16/98
Ana Luisa Castillo-ramos, Petitioners, v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondent 134 F.3d 376 01/15/98
Darlene Marie Carter, Plaintiff-appellant, v. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 376 01/15/98
Joretta Bailey, Plaintiff/appellant, v. James River Paper Company, Inc., a Virginia Corporation Dbawestern Transportation Company, Defendant/appellee 134 F.3d 376 01/14/98
American States Insurance Company, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Crawley Construction, Inc., Defendant,andmarcus Crawley, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 376 01/26/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.nolan Isaac Turner, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Ids Financial Services, Inc., Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 374 03/09/98
Bernadine Collins, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Graham County, a Political Subdivision of the State Ofarizona; Graham County Sheriff's Office, an Administrativeagency of Graham County; Richard Mack, Both Individuallyand in His Official Capacity As Graham County Sheriff; Mrs.mack; Charles Morris, Both Individually and in His Officialcapacity As Graham County Chief Criminal Investigator; Mrs.morris, Wife; Mike Mceuen, in His Individual Capacity,husband; Mrs. Mceuen, Wife; Tommy Whitmer, in Hisindividual Capacity, and Husband; Mrs. Whitmer, Wife,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 376 01/16/98
U.S. v. Webb* 134 F.3d 369 12/18/97
U.S. v. Landry* 134 F.3d 369 12/15/97
Sec v. Dahlstrom* 134 F.3d 369 12/15/97
U.S. v. Grimaldo* 134 F.3d 369 12/15/97
Anderson Greenwood v. Martin 134 F.3d 369 12/16/97
Hill v. Johnson* 134 F.3d 369 12/17/97
Hernandez v. Nathan* 134 F.3d 369 12/15/97
Johnson v. Johnson 134 F.3d 369 12/18/97
Rosales v. Martinez* 134 F.3d 369 12/18/97
Smith v. Skinner* 134 F.3d 369 12/17/97
U.S. v. Defina* 134 F.3d 369 12/17/97
White v. Furguson* 134 F.3d 369 12/15/97
U.S. v. Green* 134 F.3d 369 12/17/97
Beckendorf v. Schwegwann Giant Sup.* 134 F.3d 369 12/18/97
Magdaleno v. Houston, Isd 134 F.3d 369 12/16/97
Adams v. Tdcj-id* 134 F.3d 369 12/16/97
Fdic v. Foremost Holdings* 134 F.3d 369 12/18/97
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Paul Crews, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 374 03/11/98
Muhammad v. Tdcj-id* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
U.S. v. 155 Acres, Calhoun* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
U.S. v. Rodriguez-aviles** 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
U.S. v. Guess* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
Wood v. E I Du Pont De Nemours 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
U.S. v. Gonzalez-robles** 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
U.S. v. Pineda-ortuno** 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
Reynosa v. Wood* 134 F.3d 369 12/18/97
Barcroft v. Cir* 134 F.3d 369 12/17/97
U.S. v. Manderscheid* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
U.S. v. Dauzat 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
Higgins v. State of Mississippi** 134 F.3d 368 12/10/97
Mayberry v. Hefner* 134 F.3d 368 12/11/97
In Matter of Kelley Rogers* 134 F.3d 369 12/19/97
U.S. v. Ruiz* 134 F.3d 369 12/16/97
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.robert F. Dray, Sr., Plaintiff-appellant, v. U.S. Valves, Inc., Pinnacle Computer Services, Inc., Andbrian Ricci, Individually, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 374 01/12/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.jeffrey C. Strang, Petitioner-appellant, v. United States of America, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 374 01/07/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.james H. Higgason, Jr., Petitioner-appellant, v. Craig Hanks, Superintendent of the Wabash Valleycorrectional Institution, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 374 01/07/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.paul Susma, Petitioner, v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondent 134 F.3d 374 04/14/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.ion Sofinet, Petitioner, v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondent 134 F.3d 374 12/19/98
Theresa Stieberger, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kenneth S. Apfel, Commissioner, Social Securityadministration, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 37 11/21/97
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.james H. Higgason, Jr., Petitioner-appellant, v. Craig Hanks, Superintendent of the Wabash Valleycorrectional Institution, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 374 01/07/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.darrell B. Mcnary, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Donald Norman, et al., Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 374 01/06/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.m. Barbara Christman, et al., Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Brauvin Realty Advisors, Inc., et al., Defendants-appellees.brauvin Realty Advisors, Inc., et al., Defendants/counter-plaintiffs, v. M. Barbara Christman, et al., Plaintiffs/counter-defendants 134 F.3d 374 01/23/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Anthony R. Dote, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 374 01/13/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.ellis M. Henderson, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Michael F. Sheahan, Cook County Sheriff, Individually and Inhis Official Capacity; Unknown Mittimus Record Clerk,unknown Mail Room Clerk, and Employees of the Sheriff Ofcook County, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 374 12/29/97
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Robert Booker, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 374 01/22/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.united States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Anthony R. Hughes, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 374 02/04/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.frank Sacco, Petitioner-appellant, v. William Hedrick, Respondent-appellee 134 F.3d 374 01/06/98
Notice: Seventh Circuit Rule 53(b)(2) States Unpublished Orders Shall Not Be Cited or Used As Precedent Except to Support a Claim of Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel or Law of the Case in Any Federal Court Within the Circuit.timothy R. Brown, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Thomas Sommers, Daniel R. Mcbride, Floyd Burton, Susantappan, Robert Budak, Mark Durfey, Harold Walker,and David Bratcher, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 374 01/06/98
U.S. v. Ervin* 134 F.3d 369 12/19/97
Ruiz v. U.s.* 134 F.3d 369 12/16/97
U.S. v. Williams* 134 F.3d 369 12/16/97
Lofton v. Lofton* 134 F.3d 369 12/17/97
Ledesma v. Swartz* 134 F.3d 369 12/16/97
U.S. v. Buchanan* 134 F.3d 369 12/17/97
U.S. v. Mathis* 134 F.3d 369 12/19/97
U.S. v. Sherlock* 134 F.3d 369 12/18/97
U.S. v. Diaz* 134 F.3d 369 12/19/97
Tasby v. Nw Tx Healthcare System* 134 F.3d 369 12/18/97
U.S. v. Johnson* 134 F.3d 369 12/15/97
Patton v. Fdic* 134 F.3d 369 12/16/97
U.S. v. Conrod* 134 F.3d 369 12/15/97
Lofton v. Cain* 134 F.3d 369 12/15/97
Mcgrew v. Bush* 134 F.3d 369 12/17/97
Federal Home Loan v. Walkerd 134 F.3d 369 12/17/97
U.S. v. Galindo* 134 F.3d 369 12/19/97
Denise Hall, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Blue Cross/blue Shield of Alabama, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 1063 02/04/98
Lurlene G. Mencer, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Cleveland Hammonds, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1066 02/05/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Susan Dabbs, William Paul Dabbs, John E. Floyd, Thomas E.moorehead, Defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 1071 02/06/98
Canon Computer Systems, Inc., Canon U.s.a., Inc., and Canon,inc., Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Nu-kote International, Inc., Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1085 01/08/98
Enzo Apa & Son, Inc., Aero Precision Products, Inc.,cappuccino Foam, Inc., Domenico Apa, Giuseppe Apa,vincenzo Apa and Victoria Arduinol'originale,counterdefendants-appellants, v. Geapag A.g. and Nuova Faema, S.p.a.,counterclaimants-cross/appellants 134 F.3d 1090 01/09/98
National Association of Manufacturers, Petitioner, v. United States Department of the Interior, Respondent 134 F.3d 1095 01/16/98
Essential Information, Inc., et al., Appellants, v. United States Information Agency, Appellee 134 F.3d 1165 06/15/98
United States of America, Appellant, v. Don King and Don King Productions, Inc., Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 1173 01/26/98
55 Soc.sec.rep.ser. 336, Unempl.ins.rep. (cch) P 15824bfrank Dechirico, Plaintiff-appellant, v. John J. Callahan, Acting Commissioner of the Social Securityadministration, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 1177 01/26/98
David Danahy, Bette B. Bissram, Mary M. Matthews, Clarencemungo, Bernadette T. Burke, Nick F. Angiletta Andpeter Henesey, Plaintiffs-appellees,barry Weiss, Linda Lalli Stark and Joel D. Mahl, Plaintiffs, v. Russell Buscaglia, Individually, Salvatore W. Page,individually, and Dennis C. Vacco, Individually,defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 1185 01/27/98
United States of America, Petitioner-appellee, v. Monroe Adlman, As Officer and Representative of Sequacorporation, Respondent-appellant 134 F.3d 1194 02/13/98
Glenn R. Black, M.d., Plaintiff-appellee, v. Barberton Citizens Hospital, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1265 01/23/98
Lisa Dean, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Motel 6 Operating L.p.; Motel 6 G.p., Inc.; Accor Northamerica Corporation; and Accor S.a., Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 1269 01/27/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Gordon J. Baird, Jr., Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1276 01/28/98
Compuware Corporation, Petitioner/ Cross-respondent, v. National Labor Relations Board, Respondent/ Cross-petitioner 134 F.3d 1285 03/13/98
American Nuclear Resources, Inc., Petitioner, v. United States Department of Labor, Respondent 134 F.3d 1292 01/29/98
Lawrence Dunphy, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Margaret Mckee, et al., Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 1297 01/22/98
John Steven Thomas Olinger, Appellant, v. Dennis J. Larson; City of Sioux of South Dakota Falls;terry Satterlee, Appellees 134 F.3d 1362 03/04/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 557, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 1135jose Jesus Ceja, an Individual, Petitioner, v. Terry Stewart, Director of Arizona Department Ofcorrections; Donald Wawrzaszek, Superintendent Ofarizona State Prison, Respondents 134 F.3d 1368 01/20/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 517, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 703carlos Arturo Beltran-leon, A.k.a. Humbertosiqueido-barraza, Petitioner, v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondent 134 F.3d 1379 01/21/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 598, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 811,98 Daily Journal D.a.r. 989terry Allen Langford, Petitioner-appellant, v. Rick Day, Acting Administrator of Corrections Division;joseph P. Mazurek, Attorney General of the Stateof Montana; Marc Racicot, Governor,respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 1381 01/22/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 663, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 879robert Cruz Mclain, Petitioner-appellee, v. Arthur Calderon, Warden, Respondent-appellant 134 F.3d 1383 01/26/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 668, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 871kimberly Rendish, Plaintiff-appellant, v. City of Tacoma; Ray C. Corpuz, City Manager for the City Oftacoma, in His Individual Capacity; Robin Jenkinson, Cityattorney for the City of Tacoma, in Her Individual Capacity;john Kouklis, Chief Assistant City Attorney for the City Oftacoma, in His Individual Capacity; John Does 1-10, Intheir Individual Capacities; Jane Does 1-10, in Theirindividual Capacities, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 1389 01/26/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 684, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 909charles Wayne Johnson, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Hal Meltzer, M.d.; Lawrence F. Marshall, M.d.; Anduniversity of California at San Diego Medical Center;jeffrey Lierly, Chp Officer; P.g. Herrera; D. Elgin, Chpofficer; and R.w. Visconti, Sheriff's Deputy, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 1393 01/27/98
Howard W. Heck, and Associates, Inc., Plaintiff-appellant, v. the United States, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 1468 01/23/98
The Gentry Gallery, Inc., Plaintiff-appellant, v. the Berkline Corporation, Defendant/cross-appellant 134 F.3d 1473 04/03/98
Textile Productions, Inc., Plaintiff-appellant, v. Mead Corporation and Fiber Trim Sewing Company, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 1481 03/24/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Robert Dennis Bunner, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1000 01/20/98
Melton Pietrowski, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Town of Dibble, Shown on Petition As the Town Council Ofdibble, Ok; Ronnie Jackson, Defendants-appellees,andmcclain County; Dwayne Anderson, Defendants 134 F.3d 1006 01/21/98
Norman Law, Andrew Greer, Peter Herrmann, Michael Jarvis,jr., and Charles M. Rieb, Individually and Onbehalf of Others Similarly Situated,plaintiffs-appellees, v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, Defendant-appellant,andwilliam Hall, Amicus Curiae 134 F.3d 1010 01/23/98
Norman Law, Andrew Greer, Peter Herrmann, Michael Jarvis,jr., Charles M. Rieb, Doug Schreiber, Lazaro Collozzo, Robindreizler, Frank Cruz, on Behalf of Themselves and All Otherssimilarly Situated, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, Defendant-appellant.norman Law, Andrew Greer, Peter Herrmann, Michael Jarvis,jr., Charles M. Rieb, Individually and on Behalfof All Others Similarly Situated,plaintiffs-appellees, v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1025 01/23/98
Fed. Sec. L. Rep. P 90,146, 11 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. C 1065nancy Freundt-alberti, Oscar Freundt Roselli, Lucciolaalberti De Freundt, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Incorporated,defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 1031 01/29/98
Inbesa America, Inc., a Texas Corporation, Plaintiff-appellee, v. M/v Anglia, a 1977 313-foot General Cargo Ship, Lloyds Reg.no. 7601724, Her Engines, Tackle, Cargo,appurtenances, Etc., in Rem, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1035 02/02/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Diane M. Gaskell, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1039 02/02/98
Bankr. L. Rep. P 77,625, 11 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. C 1025in Re: Myron Levine, A.k.a. Mike Levine; Jacquelyn P.levine, A.k.a. Jackie Levine, Debtors.myron Levine, A.k.a. Mike Levine; Jacquelyn Levine, A.k.a.jackie Levine, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Charles Weissing, Trustee, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 1046 02/03/98
76 Fair Empl.prac.cas. (bna) 1315,72 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 45,222,11 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. C 1022ellen Sue Paladino, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Avnet Computer Technologies, Inc., a Delaware Corporationdoing Business in the State of Florida, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1054 02/04/98
United States of America, Appellee, v. Omar Mohammed Ali Rezaq, A/k/a Omar Marzouki, A/k/a Omaramr, Appellant 134 F.3d 1121 02/06/98
James L. Melcher, et al., Petitioners, v. Federal Communications Commission and United States Ofamerica, Respondents,cellularvision Usa, Inc., et al., Intervenors 134 F.3d 1143 02/06/98
75 Fair Empl.prac.cas. (bna) 1167,72 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 45,110david W. Childress; Augustus G. Harvey, Iii; Vincent J.matassa; Henry W. Mease; Howard S. Noyes;daniel G. Quinney; Florian E. Stachura,plaintiffs-appellants,andvirginia M. Downey; Janice M. Thompson, Plaintiffs, v. City of Richmond, Virginia; Jerry A. Oliver, Chief Ofpolice of the City of Richmond, Virginia, in His Officialcapacity As Chief of Police of the City of Richmond,virginia; Marty M. Tapscott, Defendants-appellees.equal Employment Opportunity Commission; West Virginiamanufacturers Association, Amici Curiae 134 F.3d 1205 01/15/98
Bernard J. Folio; Mid-city Land Company; Bernard J. Folio,d/b/a High Rise Associates, Incorporated;grandeotto, Incorporated; Kathrynfolio; Joseph A. Folio,plaintiffs-appellants, v. the City of Clarksburg, West Virginia, a West Virginiamunicipal Corporation; Frank Ferrari, Director Offinance for the City of Clarksburg,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 1211 01/26/98
Medicare & Medicaid Guide P 46,020pressley Ridge Schools, a Pennsylvania Corporation, Plaintiff-appellee, v. R. Philip Shimer, Acting Commissioner, West Virginia Bureaufor Medical Services; Gretchen O. Lewis,secretary, Department of Health & Humanresources, Defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 1218 01/27/98
Elizabeth A. Karpel, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Inova Health System Services, T/a Inova Health System, T/acameron Glen Care Center, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 1222 01/27/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Joseph Osborne Kahoe, Iii, A/k/a Joseph Kahoe, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1230 01/28/98
L.r. Willson and Sons, Incorporated, Petitioner, v. Occupational Safety & Health Review Commission Secretary Oflabor, Respondent 134 F.3d 1235 01/28/98
Director, Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Unitedstates Department of Labor, Petitioner, v. Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company; Edithelliot, Respondents 134 F.3d 1241 01/28/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Avelardo Candelario-cajero, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1246 02/06/98
St. Paul Reinsurance Company, Ltd., Plaintiff-appellant, v. Larry Greenberg, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 1250 02/10/98
Eddie Louis Pleasant, Petitioner-appellant-cross-appellee, v. State of Texas, Respondent-appellee-cross-appellant 134 F.3d 1256 02/20/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Willie Don Daniel, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1259 01/22/98
Gilbert J. Librizzi, Plaintiff-appellant, v. the Children's Memorial Medical Center, et al., Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 1302 03/06/98
National Labor Relations Board, Petitioner, v. Joy Recovery Technology Corp., Respondent 134 F.3d 1307 01/26/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Jerry Pardue, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1316 01/26/98
Verna Emery, on Behalf of Herself and All Others Similarlysituated, Plaintiff-appellant, v. American General Finance, Inc., American General Financecorporation, and John Does 1-10, Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 1321 02/24/98
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers International Union;kerry G. Timmons; James C. Schlereth, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Union Pacific Railroad Company, Defendant-appellee,united Transportation Union, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1325 01/09/98
Eric Warner, a Minor, by Linda Warner, His Mother,plaintiff--appellee/cross-appellant, v. Independent School District No. 625,defendant--appellant/cross-appellee 134 F.3d 1333 01/22/98
Jane Doe, Plaintiff-appellee,united States of America, Intervenor Plaintiff-appellee, v. Father Gerald Hartz, Defendant-appellant,bishop Lawrence Soens; St. Lawrence Church; Roman Catholicdiocese of Sioux City, Iowa, Defendants.jane Doe, Plaintiff-appellee,united States of America, Intervenor Plaintiff-appellee, v. Father Gerald Hartz, Defendant,bishop Lawrence Soens; St. Lawrence Church; Roman Catholicdiocese, of Sioux City, Iowa, Defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 1339 01/26/98
United States of America, Appellee, v. Errol Douglas Cain, Appellant.united States of America, Appellee, v. Paul Stephen Cain, Appellant 134 F.3d 1345 01/26/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. George Henry Mihm, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1353 01/27/98
Shirley Ann Klisch, Gary Klisch, Appellants, v. Meritcare Medical Group, Inc., Formerly Known As Fargoclinic Meritcare, Appellee 134 F.3d 1356 01/27/98
Brenda Roe and Anna Doe, on Behalf of Themselves and Allothers Similarly Situated, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Eloise Anderson, Director of the California Department Ofsocial Services; California Department of Social Services;pete Wilson, Governor of the State of California; Craigbrown, Director of the California Department of Finance,defendants-appellants 134 F.3d 1400 01/28/98
Margaret Brennan; Michael Manders; and Ann Dichov, Onbehalf of the General Public and All Otherssimilarly Situated, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Southwest Airlines Company; Alaska Airlines, Inc.; Andunited Air Lines, Inc., Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 1405 01/28/98
98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 779, 98 Daily Journald.a.r. 1065louis Lujan Bonillas, Petitioner-appellant, v. D.r. Hill, Warden; Attorney General of the State Ofcalifornia, Respondents-appellees 134 F.3d 1414 01/29/98
48 Fed. R. Evid. Ser v. 874, Prod.liab.rep. (cch) P 15,157,98 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 780,98 Daily Journal D.a.r. 1061laura Cabrera, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Cordis Corporation, Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 1418 01/29/98
72 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 45,213, 98 Cal. Dailyop. Ser v. 778,98 Daily Journal D.a.r. 1060carolyn Arno, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Club Med Boutique Inc.; Club Med Inc.; Club Med Salesinc.; Club Mediterranee S.a.; Club Medmanagement Services Inc., Defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 1424 01/29/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Kerry Neil Enjady, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1427 03/25/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Steve D. Hernandez, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1435 01/23/98
Norman Law, Andrew Greer, Peter Herrmann, Michael Jarvis,jr.; Charles M. Rieb, Doug Schreiber, Lazaro Collozzo,robin Dreizler, Frank Cruz and William Hall, on Behalf Ofthemselves and All Others Similarly Situated, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, Defendant-appellant 134 F.3d 1438 01/23/98
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Martin Barajas-chavez, Defendant--appellee 134 F.3d 1444 01/28/98
Robert K. Joiner and Karen P. Joiner, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. General Electric Company, a New York Corporation;westinghouse Electric Corporation, a Pennsylvaniacorporation; Monsanto Company, Adelaware Corporation,defendants-appellees 134 F.3d 1457 02/09/98
Technical Resource Services, Inc., Plaintiff-appellant, v. Dornier Medical Systems, Inc., Defendant-appellee 134 F.3d 1458 02/12/98