Federal Reporter, 3rd Series, Volume 153 (153 F.3d)

United States Court of Appeals,second Circuit
Date: August 12, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 21

Fed. Sec. L. Rep. P 90,265
Date: August 8, 1997
Citation: 153 F.3d 30

No. 96-7751
Date: July 24, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 96

22 Employee Benefits Cas. 1545,pens. Plan Guide (cch) P 23944w
Date: November 30, 1994
Citation: 153 F.3d 134

Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation; Lorillard Tobaccocompany; Philip Morris, Incorporated; Rjreynolds Tobacco Company, Plaintiffs-appellants,andcoyne Beahm, Incorporated; Liggett Group, Incorporated, Plaintiffs, v. Food & Drug Administration; David A. Kessler, M.d.,commissioner of Food and Drugs, Defendants-appellees.attorneys General of the State of Minnesota; State Ofalaska; State of Arizona; State of Arkansas; State Ofcolorado; State of Connecticut; State of Florida; Stateof Hawaii; State of Illinois; State of Indiana; State Ofiowa; State of Louisiana; State of Kansas; State Ofmaine; State of Maryland; State of Massachusetts; Stateof Michigan; State of Mississippi; State of Missouri;state of Montana; State of Nevada; State of New Hampshire;state of New Jersey; State of New Mexico; State of Newyork; State of North Dakota; State of Ohio; State Ofoklahoma; State of Oregon; State of Pennsylvania; Stateof Rhode Island; State of South Dakota; State of Texas;state of Utah; State of Vermont; State of Washington;state of West Virginia; State of Wisconsin; the City Andcounty of San Francisco; Public Citizen; the Americanacademy of Pediatrics; American Cancer Society; Americancollege of Preventive Medicine; American Heart Association;american Lung Association; American Medical Association;american Medical Women's Association; American Publichealth Association; American Society of Addiction Medicine;the Hmo Group; National Association of Elementary Schoolprincipals; National Association of Secondary Schoolprincipals; National Center for Tobacco-free Kids; Stateof Kentucky; Washington Legal Foundation ("wlf"); Marioandretti; Don Garlits; al Unser; Rusty Wallace; Caleyarborough; Richard Burr, Cass Ballenger, Howard Coble,united States Representatives, Lauch Faircloth, Unitedstates Senator, Amici Curiae.coyne Beahm, Incorporated; Brown & Williamson Tobaccocorporation; Philip Morris, Incorporated; Rj Reynoldstobacco Company; National Association of Conveniencestores; Acme Retail, Incorporated; United States Tobaccocompany; Conwood Company, Lp; National Tobacco Company,lp; Pinkerton Tobacco Company; Swisher International,incorporated; Central Carolina Grocers, Incorporated; J.t.davenport, Incorporated; North Carolina Tobaccodistributors Committee, Incorporated; the Americanadvertising Federation; American Association of Advertisingagencies; Association of National Advertisers,incorporated; Magazine Publishers of America; the Outdooradvertising Association of America, Incorporated; Point Ofpurchase Advertising Institute; Lorillard Tobacco Company,plaintiffs-appellees,andliggett Group, Incorporated, Plaintiff, v. Food & Drug Administration; David A. Kessler, M.d.,commissioner of Food and Drugs, Defendants-appellants.attorneys General of the State of Minnesota; State Ofalaska; State of Arizona; State of Arkansas; State Ofcolorado; State of Connecticut; State of Florida; Stateof Hawaii; State of Illinois; State of Indiana; State Ofiowa; State of Louisiana; State of Kansas; State Ofmaine; State of Maryland; State of Massachusetts; Stateof Michigan; State of Mississippi; State of Missouri;state of Montana; State of Nevada; State of New Hampshire;state of New Jersey; State of New Mexico; State of Newyork; State of North Dakota; State of Ohio; State Ofoklahoma; State of Oregon; State of Pennsylvania; Stateof Rhode Island; State of South Dakota; State of Texas;state of Utah; State of Vermont; State of Washington;state of West Virginia; State of Wisconsin; City Andcounty of San Francisco; Public Citizen; the Americanacademy of Pediatrics; American Cancer Society; Americancollege of Preventive Medicine; American Heart Association;american Lung Association; American Medical Association;american Medical Women's Association; American Publichealth Association; American Society of Addiction Medicine;the Hmo Group; National Association of Elementary Schoolprincipals; National Association of Secondary Schoolprincipals; National Center for Tobacco-free Kids; Stateof Kentucky; Washington Legal Foundation ("wlf"); Marioandretti; Don Garlits; al Unser;
Date: August 14, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 155

John B. Gordon; et al., Plaintiffs,john B. Gordon; Marie Gordon; K.m. Shipley; T.e. Moor,iii; Glenn David Moor; Marian Caffrey Campbell; Billybryant, et Ux; Ann Bryant; Roy Steinhagen; Kimsteinhagen; Charles Fontenier; Wanda Fontenier; James D.hearn; Sandra Hearn; Patrick A. Green; Theresa Green;ralph Sauer; Margaret Jo Sauer, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. State of Texas, C/o Honorable Antonio Garza, Secretary Ofstate; Gulf Coast Rod & , Gulf Coast Rod & Reel Club;county of Galveston; Texas General Land Office; Texasparks & Wildlife; Gulf Coast Rod, Reel and Gun Club; Waynestupka; David Desormeaux; Floyd W. Morrison, Jr.; Johneberling, Jr., Defendants-appellees.k.m. Shipley; et al., Plaintiffs,k.m. Shipley; T.e. Moor, Iii; Glenn David Moor; Mariancaffrey Campbell; Billy Bryant, et Ux; Annbryant, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. State of Texas; Galveston County; Gulf Coast Rod, Reel Andgun Club; Texas Parks & Wildlife; General Landoffice; Texas General Land Office,defendants-appellees.roy Steinhagen; et al., Plaintiffs,roy Steinhagen; Kim Steinhagen; Charles Fontenier; Wandafontenier, Plaintiffs-appellants,patrick A. Green; Theresa Green; Ralph Sauer; Margaret Josauer, Intervenor-plaintiffs-appellants, v. Gulf Coast Rod, Reel and Gun Club; Texas Parks & Wildlife,defendants-appellees.james D. Hearn; Sandra Hearn, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Gulf Coast Rod, Reel and Gun Club; Wayne Stupka; Daviddesormeaux; Robert H. Kent, Floyd W. Morrison,jr.; John Eberling, Jr., Defendants-appellees
Date: August 25, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 190

Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Petitioner,southern New England Telephone Company; Texas Office Ofpublic Utility Counsel; United States Telephoneassociation; Ameritech Corporation; U S West, Inc.; Ruraltelephone Coalition; Cincinnati Bell Telephone Company;gte Service Corporation; Gte Alaska, Incorporated; Gtearkansas Incorporated; Gte California, Incorporated; Gteflorida, Incorporated; Gte Midwest, Incorporated; Gtesouth, Incorporated; Gte Southwest, Incorporated; Gtenorth, Incorporated; Gte Hawaiian Telephone Company,incorporated; Gte West Coast, Incorporated; Contel Ofminnesota, Inc.; Contel of the South, Inc.; Missouripublic Service Commission; Gte Northwest, Incorporated;pacific Bell; Nevada Bell, Intervenors on Appeal. v. Federal Communications Commission; United States Ofamerica, Respondents.association for Local Telecommunications Services; Americantelephone and Telegraph Company; Telecommunicationsresellers Association; the Competition Policy Institute;information Technology Association of America; Nationalcable Television Association, Inc.; Internet Accesscoalition; Ad Hoc Telecommunications Users Committee;worldcom, Inc.; Sprint Corporation; Telco Communicationsgroup, Inc.; Excel Telecommunications, Inc.; Bell Atlantictelephone Companies; Time Warner Communications Holdings,inc.; Mci Telecommunications Corporation; Ny Telephone;new England Telephone and Telegraph Company, Intervenors on Appeal.america's Carriers Telecommunication Association,intervenors on Appeal,commercial Internet Exchange Association, Amicus Curiae.southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Petitioner,ameritech Corporation; Time Warner Communications Holdings;us Telephone Association; Gte Service Corporation; Gtealaska, Incorporated; Gte Arkansas, Incorporated; Gtecalifornia, Incorporated; Gte Florida, Incorporated; Gtemidwest, Incorporated; Gte South, Incorporated; Gtesouthwest, Incorporated; Benjamin Wayne Mccoin, Inc.; Gtenorthwest, Incorporated; Gte Hawaiian Telephone Company,incorporated; Gte West Coast, Incorporated; Contel Ofminnesota, Inc.; Contel of the South, Inc.; Associationfor Local Telecommunications Services; Bellatlantic-maryland, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-washington, D.c.,inc.; Bell Atlantic-west Virginia, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-newjersey, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-delaware, Inc.; Bellatlantic-pennsylvania, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-virginia, Inc.;new York Telephone Company; New England Telephone Andtelegraph Company; Independent Telephone Andtelecommunications Alliance, Intervenors on Appeal. v. Federal Communications Commission; United States Ofamerica, Respondents.american Telephone and Telegraph Company;telecommunications Resellers Association; Mcitelecommunications Corporation, Lbc Communications, Inc.;worldcom, Inc.; Competitive Telecommunications Association,intervenors on Appeal
Date: June 5, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 520

Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, Petitioner,southern New England Telephone Company; Texas Office Ofpublic Utility Counsel; United States Telephoneassociation; Ameritech Corporation; U S West, Inc.; Ruraltelephone Coalition; Cincinnati Bell Telephone Company;gte Service Corporation; Gte Alaska, Incorporated; Gtearkansas, Incorporated; Gte California, Incorporated; Gteflorida, Incorporated; Gte Midwest, Incorporated; Gtesouth Incorporated; Gte Southwest, Incorporated; Gte North,incorporated; Gte Hawaiian Telephone Company, Incorporated;gte West Coast, Incorporated; Contel of Minnesota, Inc.;contel of the South, Inc.; Missouri Public Servicecommission; Gte Northwest, Incorporated; Pacific Bell;nevada Bell, Intervenors on Appeal, v. Federal Communications Commission; United States of America,respondents,association for Local Telecommunications Services; Americantelephone and Telegraph Company; Telecommunicationsresellers Association; the Competition Policy Institute;information Technology Association of America; Nationalcable Television Association, Inc.; Internet Accesscoalition; Ad Hoc Telecommunications Users Committee;worldcom, Inc.; Sprint Corporation; Teleco Communicationsgroup, Inc.; Excel Telecommunications, Inc.; Bell Atlantictelephone Companies; Time Warner Communications Holdings,inc.; Mci Telecommunications Corporation; New Yorktelephone; New England Telephone and Telegraph Company,intervenors on Appeal,america's Carriers Telecommunication Association,intervenors on Appeal,commercial Internet Exchange Association, Amicus Curiae.gte Midwest, Incorporated, Petitioner,the Southern New England Telephone Company; U S West, Inc.;ameritech Corporation; Texas Office of Public Utilitycounsel; United States Telephone Association; Southwesternbell Telephone Company; Rural Telephone Coalition;cincinnati Bell Telephone Company; Missouri Public Servicecommission; Pacific Bell; Nevada Bell, Intervenors on Appeal, v. Federal Communications Commission; United States of America,respondents,american Telephone and Telegraph Company;telecommunications Resellers Association; the Competitionpolicy Institute; Excel Telecommunications, Inc.; Telcocommunications Group, Inc.; Sprint Corporation; Worldcom,inc.; Ad Hoc Telecommunications Users Committee; Internetaccess Coalition; National Cable Television Association,inc.; Information Technology Association of America;association for Local Telecommunications Services; Bellatlantic Telephone Companies; Time Warner Communicationsholdings, Inc.; Mci Telecommunications Corporation; Newyork Telephone; New England Telephone and Telegraphcompany, Intervenors on Appeal,america's Carriers Telecommunication Association,intervenors on Appeal,commercial Internet Exchange Association, Amicus Curiae.bell Atlantic-virginia, Incorporated, Petitioner,southern New England Telephone Company; Ameritechcorporation; Texas Office of Public Utility Counsel; Unitedstates Telephone Association; Southwestern Bell Telephonecompany; U S West, Inc.; Rural Telephone Coalition; Bellatlantic Telephone Companies; Cincinnati Bell Telephonecompany; Gte Service Corporation; Gte Alaska, Incorporated;gte Arkansas, Incorporated; Gte California, Incorporated;gte Florida, Incorporated; Gte Midwest, Incorporated; Gtesouth, Incorporated; Gte Southwest, Incorporated; Gtenorth, Incorporated; Gte Northwest, Incorporated; Gtehawaiian Telephone Company, Incorporated; Gte West Coast,incorporated; Contel of Minnesota, Inc.; Contel of Thesouth, Inc.; Missouri Public Service Commission; Pacificbell; Nevada Bell, Intervenors on Appeal, v. Federal Communications Commission; United States of America,respondents,the Competition Policy Institute; America's Carrierstelecommunication Association; Excel Telecommunications,inc.; Telco Communications Group, Inc.; Sprintcorporation; Worldcom, Inc.; Ad Hoc Telecommunicationsusers Committee; Internet Access Coalition; National Cabletelevision Association, Inc.; Information Technologyassociation of America; American Telephone and Telegraphcompany; Association for Local Telecommunications Services;teleco
Date: August 19, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 523

Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, Petitioner,ameritech Corporation; Time Warner Communications Holdings;us Telephone Association; Gte Service Corporation; Gtealaska, Incorporated; Gte Arkansas, Incorporated; Gtecalifornia, Incorporated; Gte Florida, Incorporated; Gtemidwest, Incorporated; Gte South, Incorporated; Gtesouthwest, Incorporated; Gte North, Incorporated; Gtenorthwest, Incorporated; Gte Hawaiian Telephone Company,incorporated; Gte West Coast, Incorporated; Contel Ofminnesota, Inc.; Contel of the South, Inc.; Associationfor Local Telecommunications Services; Bellatlantic-maryland, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-washington, D.c.,inc.; Bell Atlantic-west Virginia, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-newjersey, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-delaware, Inc.; Bellatlantic-pennsylvania, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-virginia, Inc.;new York Telephone Company; New England Telephone Andtelegraph Company; Independent Telephone Andtelecommunications Alliance, Intervenors on Appeal, v. Federal Communications Commission; United States of America,respondents,american Telephone and Telegraph Company;telecommunications Resellers Association; Mcitelecommunications Corporation; Lbc Communications, Inc.;worldcom, Inc.; Competitive Telecommunications Association,intervenors on Appeal.us West, Inc., Petitioner,southwestern Bell Telephone Company, Intervenor on Appeal,ameritech Corporation; Time Warner Communications Holdings,inc.; Us Telephone Association; Ameritech Corporation;time Warner Communications Holdings, Inc.; Association Forlocal Tele-communications Services; Gte Servicecorporation; Gte Alaska, Incorporated; Gte Arkansas,incorporated; Gte California, Incorporated; Gte Florida,incorporated; Gte Midwest, Incorporated; Gte Southwest,incorporated; Gte South, Incorporated; Gte North,incorporated; Gte Northwest, Incorporated; Gte Hawaiiantelephone Company, Incorporated; Gte West Coast,incorporated; Contel of Minnesota, Inc.; Contel of Thesouth, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-washington, D.c., Inc.; Bellatlantic-west Virginia, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-new Jersey,inc.; Bell Atlantic-maryland, Inc.; Bellatlantic-delaware, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-pennsylvania, Inc.;bell Atlantic-virginia, Inc.; New York Telephone Company;new England Telephone and Telegraph Company; Independenttelephone and Telecommunications Alliance, Intervenors on Appeal, v. Federal Communications Commission; United States of America,respondents,american Telephone and Telegraph Company;telecommunications Resellers Association; Mcitelecommunications Corporation; Lbc Communications, Inc.;worldcom, Inc.; Competitive Telecommunications Association,intervenors on Appeal.ameritech Corporation, Petitioner,time Warner Communications Holdings, Inc.; Us Telephoneassociation; Association for Local Telecommunicationsservices; Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Gte Servicecorporation; Gte Alaska, Incorporated; Gte Arkansas,incorporated; Gte California, Incorporated; Gte Florida,incorporated; Gte Midwest, Incorporated; Gte South,incorporated; Gte Southwest, Incorporated; Gte North,incorporated; Gte Northwest, Incorporated; Gte Hawaiiantelephone Company, Incorporated; Gte West Coast,incorporated; Contel of Minnesota, Inc.; Contel of Thesouth, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-washington, D.c., Inc.; Bellatlantic-west Virginia, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-new Jersey,inc.; Bell Atlantic-maryland, Inc.; Bellatlantic-delaware, Inc.; Bell Atlantic-pennsylvania, Inc.;bell Atlantic-virginia, Inc.; New York Telephone Company;new England Telephone and Telegraph Company; Independenttelephone and Telecommunications Alliance, Intervenors on Appeal, v. Federal Communications Commission; United States of America,respondents,american Telephone and Telegraph Company;telecommunications Resellers Association; Mcitele-communications Corporation; Lbc Communications, Inc.;worldcom, Inc.; Competitive Telecommunications Association,intervenors on Appeal,southern New England Telephone Company, Petitioner,independent Telephone and Tele-communications Alliance;ameritech Corporation; Time Warner Communications Holdings,inc.; Us Telephone Association; Association for Localtelecommunicatio
Date: December 4, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 597

Minnesota Milk Producers Association, a Non-profit Minnesotacorporation, Individually, on Behalf of Themselves Andothers Similarly Situated; Bill Dropik, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Chesterkolstad, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Greg Radermacher, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Arnoldness, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Fredrick J. Bianchi, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Marlonrestad, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Delbert Mandelko, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Johnfischer, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Lee Johnston, Individually, on Behalfof Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Leslie Kyllo,individually, on Behalf of Himself and Others Similarlysituated; James Muzzy, Individually, on Behalf of Himselfand Others Similarly Situated, Appellees/cross-appellants, v. Dan Glickman, Secretary, United States Department Ofagriculture, Appellant/cross-appellee.minnesota Milk Producers Association, a Non-profit Minnesotacorporation, Individually, on Behalf of Themselves Andothers Similarly Situated; Bill Dropik, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Chesterkolstad, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Greg Radermacher, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Arnoldness, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Fredrick J. Bianchi, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Marlonrestad, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Delbert Mandelko, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Johnfischer, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Lee Johnston, Individually, on Behalfof Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Leslie Kyllo,individually, on Behalf of Himself and Others Similarlysituated; James Muzzy, Individually, on Behalf of Himselfand Others Similarly Situated, Appellees, v. Southeast Dairy Farmers Association; and United Dairymen Ofarizona, Appellants.minnesota Milk Producers Association, a Non-profit Minnesotacorporation, Individually, on Behalf of Themselves Andothers Similarly Situated; Bill Dropik, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Chesterkolstad, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Greg Radermacher, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Arnoldness, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Fredrick J. Bianchi, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Marlonrestad, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Delbert Mandelko, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Johnfischer, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Lee Johnston, Individually, on Behalfof Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Leslie Kyllo,individually, on Behalf of Himself and Others Similarlysituated; James Muzzy, Individually, on Behalf of Himselfand Others Similarly Situated, Appellees, v. National Farmers Organization ("nfo"), Appellant.minnesota Milk Producers Association, a Non-profit Minnesotacorporation, Individually, on Behalf of Themselves Andothers Similarly Situated; Bill Dropik, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Chesterkolstad, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Greg Radermacher, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Arnoldness, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Fredrick J. Bianchi, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Marlonrestad, Individually, on Behalf of Himself and Otherssimilarly Situated; Delbert Mandelko, Individually, Onbehalf of Himself and Others Similarly Situated; Johnfischer, Individually, on Behalf of Himself
Date: August 13, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 632

Jerome T. Redman; Bruce M. Rannow; Eric M. Newman; Waynec. Mapes; Glenn R. Minkel, on Behalf Ofthemselves and Other Employees Similarlysituated; Michael Acton;robert Algar; Plaintiffs;john Apling; Plaintiff-appellant;douglas Ardoff; Terrell Backensto; William W. Baggett;rick Baker; Gary L. Barney; Ron Bawdon; Roger H. Beau;harlan Bedford; Jon Bell; Michael Biernacki; Allen V.boben; David Brown; Plaintiffs;j. Allen Brown; Plaintiff-appellant;david J. Budin; Judith A. Cabral; Joseph P. Casey; Johns. Clare; Thompson Cofer; Frank P. Comito; Jamescornelinson; Lyle G. Dallman; Robert Dandurand; Larrydavis; Louis E. Deschenes; William M. Deyeager; Michaeldoner; James E. Doughan; John Downing; Gedeminas Drazdys;kenneth Driver; Jay R. Duncan; William Eakins; Robertedwards; Kent W. Emery; John Fuxa; Adrian G. Garcia;anthony M. Greco; Daniel L. Greer; Plaintiffs;steve Grigsby; Paul J. Gryczanowski; Plaintiffs-appellants;larry Hackett; Daniel M. Hagman; James M. Hamilton; Dalehanna; Ronald Hartford; Plaintiffs;alan Heel; Plaintiff-appellant;albert Herman; Ronald Herman; C.j. Hills; Charles D.hise; Terry Holdaway; George Hookstra; Richardu. Jacobs; Lane W. Jarvis; Vagnjensen; Dennis Jones; Plaintiffs;ronald B. Jones; Plaintiff-appellant;gerold Kargel; Kenneth Keiper; James E. Keith; Bruce J.kelly; Edward M. Knebel; Michael D. Koch;william Kolts; Plaintiffs;david Krenz; Plaintiff-appellant;bernadette Kubalsky; Michael N. Lamitina; Jory P. Lane;paul Langston; Ida Mae Lauer; Bobby Lawrence; Williamlee; Gary Leners; Steven Leuthold; Edward A. Lewis, Ii;gerald K. Lucas; Robert C. Lutchendorf; Woody Maloney;john Manship; Larry Manzanares; Anthony Martinez; Roy A.mcconnell; J. Scott Mckindley; Richard O. Mesecher;arnold Miller; Robert F. Montag; Wesley D. Moody; Petemorris; Kent Nicholas; Michael O'leary; Jess Page; Plaintiffs;floyd Paulson; Plaintiff-appellant;mary Kay Pence; Jon F. Peterka; Charles T. Peterson; Alanr. Pierce; Linda Prespentt; Plaintiffs;w.a. Prostrollo; Plaintiff-appellant;roy Reed; F. Joe Ressler; Michael Robertson; Kennethroeh; Curtis Root; Robert Rosinski; Gary Sagers; Jamesa. Schloer; Donald Scoby; Jerry R. Scott; Robertseedroff; Frederick Seward; David Shepard; Rick Simpson;edward Sparks; Fred Spaulding; Robert Stevens; Jessestewart; Russell Stewart; Merle J. Suckie; Anthonyswanson; David Tadlock; Thomas Thompson; Robert Totten;leroy Valdez; Danny Van Vickle; Rene E. Vogel; Eugenewalcker; Mark Wenberg; Ed Westmoreland; J. Gregorywheeler; David F. Williams; Jerry Williams; Jim Williams;leslie Williams; Gregory B. Wilson; Nickey Jean Wilson;john Woodward; F. Dale Youmans; Gordon Zimmerman; Plaintiffs; v. U.S. West Business Resources, Inc.; Defendant-appellee
Date: August 18, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 691

United States of America, Appellee, v. Dale Lynn Ryan, Appellant
Date: September 21, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 708

In Re: General Motors Corporation, Petitioner
Date: August 20, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 714

G. Sam Houston, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Gale A. Norton, Individually and in Her Official Capacity Asattorney General, State of Colorado; James Carr,individually and in His Official Capacity As the Assistantattorney General, State of Colorado; Amos Martinez,individually and in His Official Capacity As Theadministrator of the State of Colorado Grievance Board;clair Villano, Individually and in Her Official Capacity Asthe Chairperson of the State of Colorado Grievance Board;jim Stanley, Individually and in His Official Capacity Asthe Deputy District Attorney for the First Judicialdistrict, State of Colorado; Kevin Armstrong, Individuallyand in His Official Capacity As Detective, City of Lakewood,colorado Police Department; Dan Montgomery, Individually Andin His Official Capacity As the Chief of Police, City Ofwestminster, Colorado, and Unknown John or Jane Does,individually and in Their Official Capacities As Policeofficers, Investigators for the Cities of Westminster Andlakewood Police Departments; Ron Beckham, Individually Andin His Official Capacity As the Sheriff of the County Ofjefferson and the Jefferson County Jail Facility; Lindaorsello; Hillary Watters; Ann Short; Wheat Ridge Policedepartment, City of Wheat Ridge Chief of Police or Policejohn Doe; John Pickett; Jefferson County, Board of Countycommissioners; Wheat Ridge, Colorado, City Of; Jay Ambrose,rocky Mountain News Editor; Charlie Able; Ann Carnahan;rocky Mountain News; Jack Hurst, Defendants-appellees
Date: July 24, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 727

In Re Sealed Case 96-3167
Date: September 4, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 759

United States of America, Appellee, v. David A. Wieling, Appellant
Date: August 13, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 860

Judy Wilking, Appellant, v. County of Ramsey, Appellee
Date: August 17, 1998
Citation: 153 F.3d 869