Federal Reporter, 3rd Series, Volume 169 (169 F.3d)

United States, Appellee, v. Adam Brown, Defendant, Appellant
Date: March 3, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 89

Chemical Bank, European American Bank, Banque Paribas,american Express Bank Ltd., Natwest Bank Nationalassociation, and Rabobank Nederland,plaintiffs-appellees, v. Affiliated Fm Insurance Co., Defendant-appellant,andina Coffee, Inc. and Andina Trading Corp., Consolidatedplaintiffs-appellees,lloyd's Syndicate No. 446, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 418,lloyd's Syndicate No. 406, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 40, Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 367, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 34, Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 334, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 321, Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 309, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 304, Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 162, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 123, Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 108, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 1014, Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 52, Insurance Company of North America, Homeinsurance Company, Phoenix Assurances Public Limitedcompany, Cornhill Insurance Plc., Commercial Assurance Co.plc, River Thames Insurance Co. Ltd., Sovereign Marine &gen. Ins. Co., Assicurazioni Generali S.p.a., Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 447, Phoenix "l" Account, Norwich Union Fireinsurance Society Ltd., Northern Assurance Company Limited,lloyd's Syndicate No. 202, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 745,lloyd's Syndicate No. 735, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 725,lloyd's Syndicate No. 697, London & Hull Maritime Insurancecompany Limited, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 843, Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 65, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 831, Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 803, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 80, Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 633, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 483, Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 455, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 625, Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 62, Lloyd's Syndicate No. 575, Lloyd'ssyndicate No. 535, and Lloyd's Syndicate No. 448, Defendants
Date: February 25, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 121

Plaintiff v. Defendant
Date: March 1, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 140

United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
Date: February 10, 2000
Citation: 169 F.3d 152

Imprisoned Citizens Union; Herbert Langes; Milton Taylor;jack Lopinson; Mackey R. Choice; Richard O.j. Mayberry;frank Patterson; Daniel Delker; Harold A.x. Brooks;carline Coefield; Thelma Simon; Audrey Mason; Sharonwiggins; Dominic Codispoti; Philip Householder; Jamesharbold; Joseph Oliver; Paul Lyons; Robert Brown; Jamesszulczewski; Gerald Mayo; Wesley Harris, v. Tom Ridge, Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; J.shane Creamer, Attorney General, State Capitol Harrisburg,pennsylvania; Martin F. Horn, Commissioner of Thedepartment of Corrections; Donald Vaughn, Superintendent Ofsci-graterford; David Larkins, Superintendent Ofsci-dallas; Mary Leftridge-byrd, Superintendent Ofsci-muncy; Frederick Frank, Superintendent Ofsci-huntingdon; Robert Myers, Acting Superintendent Ofsci-rockview; and James Price, Superintendent of Sci-pittsburgh,united States of America, Intervenor in District Court (d.c.no. 70-cv-03054).robert Ray; George Spears; Murry Dicterson; Clarencereynolds; George Rivers; Albert Johnson; Jamesgoldsborough; Joseph Ligon; Richard Bellamy; Emanueljohnson; Gene Fuller; James C. Wilson; Carlos Rodriguez;willie Brooker; Frank Hall, v. Donald Vaughn, Superintendent, State Correctionalinstitution at Graterford,united States of America, Intervenor in D.c. (d.c. No. 71-cv-00513).kenneth W. Owens, Jr.; Guy J. Bicking; James Alanromberger; Kenneth W. Teater, v. Custodial Employees and "private Citizens", Listed Below;john Doe Murdock, Box 244 Graterford, Pa; Johndoe Belloff, Box 244 Graterford, Pa;erskind Dehamus, Box 244 Graterford, Pa,united States of America, Intervenor in D.c. (d.c. No. 71-cv-01006).william Bracey, (g-8571), an Inmate; James Pickett,(h-2720), an Inmate; Clarence Samuels, (e-4517),an Inmate on Their Own Behalf and Onbehalf of Others Similarly Situated, v. Arthur T. Prasse, Commissioner, Bureau of Corrections of Thecommonwealth of Pennsylvania; Donald Vaughn, Superintendentstate Correctional Institution at Graterford; Clarence R.wolfe, Deputy Superintendent State Correctional Institutionat Graterford; Charles S. Frisbee, School Director Statecorrectional Institution at Graterford,united States of America, Intervenor in D.c. (d.c. No. 70-cv-02545).imprisoned Citizens Union, Jack Lopinson, Daniel Delker,gerald Mayo and Sharon Wiggins, on Their Behalfand on Behalf of the Class of Allplaintiffs, Appellants
Date: February 25, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 178

Plaintiff v. Defendant
Date: February 26, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 540

Lucille K. Collins, Appellant, v. Linda Burg, Appellee
Date: February 26, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 563

United States Court of Appeals,ninth Circuit
Date: February 23, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 594

No. 97-16497
Date: February 25, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 606

99 Cal. Daily Op. Ser v. 1591, 1999 Dailyjournal D.a.r. 2057herb Hallman Chevrolet, Inc., a Nevada Corporation; Johnstanko, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Dorothy Nash-holmes; Donald Coppa; Karl Hall; Franklandes; John J. Long; Michael Neville; Washoecounty, Defendants-appellees.jerry Van Der Hoeven; James Bayus; Stan Bondick; Craigconrad; Tom George; Ron Hall; John Julian; Judy Limon;dan Mahoney; Edward Matts; Ron Sherk; Greg Steward; Alexvargo; Clifford Souza, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Donald Coppa, Individually and in His Official Capacity Asassistant District Attorney for Washoe County; Dorothynash-holmes, Individually and in Her Official Capacity Asdistrict Attorney for Washoe County; Frank D. Landes,individually and in His Official Capacity As Investigatorwith the Washoe County Office of the District Attorney;john Long, Individually and in His Official Capacity Asinvestigator with the Washoe County Office of the Districtattorney; Michael Neville, Individually and in His Officialcapacity As Investigator with the Washoe County Office Ofthe District Attorney; County of Washoe, a Politicalsubdivision of the State of Nevada, Defendants-appellees.jerry Van Der Hoeven; James Bayus; Stan Bondick; Craigconrad; Tom George; Ron Hall; John Julian; Judy Limon;dan Mahoney; Edward Matts; Ron Sherk; Greg Steward; Alexvargo; Clifford Souza, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Donald Coppa, Individually and in His Official Capacity Asassistant District Attorney for Washoe County; Dorothynash-holmes, Individually and in Her Official Capacity Asdistrict Attorney for Washoe County; Frank D. Landes,individually and in His Official Capacity As Investigatorwith the Washoe County Office of the District Attorney;john Long, Individually and in His Official Capacity Asinvestigator with the Washoe County Office of the Districtattorney; Michael Neville, Individually and in His Officialcapacity As Investigator with the Washoe County Office Ofthe District Attorney; County of Washoe, a Politicalsubdivision of the State of Nevada, Defendants-appellees.herb Hallman Chevrolet, Inc., a Nevada Corporation; Johnstanko, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Dorothy Nash-holmes; Donald Coppa; Karl Hall; Franklandes; John J. Long; Michael Neville; Washoecounty, Defendants-appellees
Date: March 3, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 636

In Re Anthony J. Robertson and Charles L. Scripps
Date: February 25, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 743

Christy Brzonkala, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University;antonio J. Morrison; James Landale Crawford,defendants-appellees,andcornell D. Brown; William E. Landsidle, in His Capacity Ascomptroller of the Commonwealth, Defendants.law Professors; Virginians Aligned Against Sexual Assault;the Antidefamation League; Center for Women Policy Studies;the Dc Rape Crisis Center; Equal Rights Advocates; Thegeorgetown University Law Center Sex Discrimination Clinic;jewish Women International; the National Alliance of Sexualassault Coalitions; the National Coalition Against Domesticviolence; the National Coalition Against Sexual Assault;the National Network to End Domestic Violence; Nationalorganization for Women; Northwest Women's Law Center; Thepennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence,incorporated; Virginia National Organization for Women;virginia Now Legal Defense and Education Fund, Incorporated;women Employed; Women's Law Project; Women's Legaldefense Fund; Independent Women's Forum; Women's Freedomnetwork, Amici Curiae.united States of America, Intervenor-appellant,andchristy Brzonkala, Plaintiff, v. Antonio J. Morrison; James Landale Crawford, Defendants-appellees,andvirginia Polytechnic Institute and State University;cornell D. Brown; William E. Landsidle, in Hiscapacity As Comptroller of Thecommonwealth, Defendants.law Professors; Virginians Aligned Against Sexual Assault;the Antidefamation League; Center for Women Policy Studies;2 the Dc Rape Crisis Center; Equal Rights Advocates; Thegeorgetown University Law Center Sex Discrimination Clinic;jewish Women International; the National Alliance of Sexualassault Coalitions; the National Coalition Against Domesticviolence; the National Coalition Against Sexual Assault;the National Network to End Domestic Violence; Nationalorganization for Women; Northwest Women's Law Center; Thepennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence,incorporated; Virginia National Organization for Women;virginia Now Legal Defense and Education Fund, Incorporated;women Employed; Women's Law Project; Women's Legaldefense Fund; Independent Women's Forum; Women's Freedomnetwork, Amici Curiae
Date: March 5, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 820

Midamerican Energy Company, Petitioner,western Coal Traffic League, Intervenor on Appeal, v. Surface Transportation Board; United States of America, Respondents,norfolk Southern Railway Company; Union Pacificcorporation; Southern Pacific Transportationcompany; Consolidated Rail Corporation;association of Americanrailroads,intervenorson Appeal.central Power & Light Company, Petitioner,western Coal Traffic League, Intervenor on Appeal, v. Surface Transportation Board; United States of America, Respondents,norfolk Southern Railway Company; Union Pacificcorporation; Southern Pacific Transportationcompany; Consolidated Rail Corporation;association of Americanrailroads,intervenorson Appeal.national Industrial Transportation League, Petitioner,western Coal Traffic League, Intervenor on Appeal, v. Surface Transportation Board; United States of America, Respondents,pennsylvania Power & Light Company; Norfolk Southernrailway Company; Union Pacific Corporation; Southernpacific Transportation Company; Consolidated Railcorporation; Association of American Railroads, Intervenorson Appeal.union Pacific Railroad Company; Southern Pacifictransportation Company, Petitioners, v. Surface Transportation Board; United States of America, Respondents,pennsylvania Power & Light Company; Norfolk Southernrailway Company; Midamerican Energy Company; Nationalindustrial Transportation League; Union Pacificcorporation; Consolidated Rail Corporation; Association Ofamerican Railroads; Western Coal Traffic League,intervenors on Appeal.consolidated Rail Corporation, Petitioner, v. Surface Transportation Board; United States of America, Respondents,pennsylvania Power & Light Company; Norfolk Southernrailway Company; National Industrial Transportation League;union Pacific Corporation; Southern Pacific Transportationcompany; Association of American Railroads; Western Coaltraffic League, Intervenors on Appeal.association of American Railroads, Petitioner, v. Surface Transportation Board; United States of America, Respondents,pennsylvania Power & Light Company; Norfolk Southernrailway Company; National Industrial Transportation League;csx Transportation, Inc.; Union Pacific Corporation;southern Pacific Transportation Company; Consolidated Railcorporation; Western Coal Traffic League, Intervenors on Appeal.western Coal Traffic League, Petitioner, v. Surface Transportation Board; United States of America, Respondents,union Pacific Corporation; Southern Pacific Transportationcompany; Consolidated Rail Corporation;association of American Railroads,intervenors on Appeal.western Resources, Inc., Petitioner,western Coal Traffic League, Intervenor on Appeal, v. Surface Transportation Board; United States of America, Respondents,consolidated Rail Corporation; Union Pacific Railroadcompany; Southern Pacific Transportation Company;association of American Railroads; Norfolk Southern Railwaycompany, Intervenors on Appeal.association of American Railroads, Petitioner, v. Surface Transportation Board; United States of America, Respondents,pennsylvania Power & Light Company; Norfolk Southernrailway Company; Western Coal Traffic League; Nationalindustrial Transportation League; Midamerican Energycompany; Western Resources, Intervenors on Appeal.consolidated Rail Corporation; Petitioner,association of American Railroads, Intervenor on Appeal, v. Surface Transportation Board; United States of America, Respondents,pennsylvania Power & Light Company; Norfolk Southernrailway Company; Western Coal Traffic League;national Industrial Transportationleague; Midamerican Energycompany, Intervenorson Appeal.union Pacific Corporation; Southern Pacific Transportationcompany, Petitioners,association of American Railroads, Intervenor on Appeal, v. Surface Transportation Board; United States of America, Respondents,pennsylvania Power & Light Company; Norfolk Southernrailway Company; Western Coal Traffic League;national Industrial Transportationleague; Midamerican Energycompany, Intervenorson Appeal.western Coal Traffic League, Petitioner, v. Surface Transportation Board; United States of Americ
Date: February 10, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 1099

United States of America, Appellee, v. Conrad A. Jasper, Appellant
Date: February 17, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 1109

United States of America, Appellee, v. Don D. Howard, Appellant
Date: April 23, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 1127

Paul J. Kiel, Appellant, v. Select Artificials, Inc., Appellee
Date: March 4, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 1131

Rebecca A. Berg, Appellant, v. Norand Corporation, Appellee
Date: March 5, 1999
Citation: 169 F.3d 1140