1996 Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Case Law

Opinions 1 - 500 of 3317

No. 96-4609
Date: December 23, 1996
Citation: 102 F.3d 748

In Re Katherine Susan Lowe, Petitioner
Date: December 17, 1996
Citation: 102 F.3d 731

Notice: Fourth Circuit Local Rule 36(c) States That Citation of Unpublished Dispositions is Disfavored Except for Establishing Res Judicata, Estoppel, or the Law of the Case and Requires Service of Copies of Cited Unpublished Dispositions of the Fourth Circuit.stuart L. Prescott, Plaintiff-appellant, v. George Hall, Individually and in His Capacity As Presidentof First N.h. Bank; James Elliot, Individually and in Hiscapacity As Sergeant/supervisor of Civil Process and Seizuredivision, Gloucester County Sheriff's Department, Gloucestercounty, Virginia; Ronald Buchanan, Individually and in Hiscapacity As President of Buchanan Auto and Auction Co., Andauxiliary Police Officer, Chesapeake Police Depart Ment,chesapeake, Virginia; Barry Rudiger, Individually and Inhis Capacity As General Manager of B & L Transportation,chesapeake, Virginia; First N.h. Bank; Gloucestersheriff's Department; Robin P. Stanaway, in His Capacity Assheriff, Gloucester County Sheriff's Department, Gloucester,virginia; Denwood W. Insley, Individually and in Hiscapacity As Captain and Operations Officer of the Gloucestercounty Sheriff's Department, Gloucester, Virginia; Buchananauto and Auction Company, Incorporated; B & Ltransportation; Bank of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland Andmanchester, New Hampshire, U.s.a.; Bank of Ireland Firstholdings, Inc.; Gary Bryant, Esquire; Peter Zemanian,esquire; Joel Brinkman, Esquire, Corporate Counsel, Bank Ofireland, Bank of Ireland First Holdings, Inc. and First N.h.bank; Michael J. Connolly, General Manager, Bank of Irelandand Executive Vice President, Bank of Ireland First Holdings, Inc.; Patrick Sullivan, Senior Vice President Firstn.h. Bank and Bank of Ireland First Holdings, Inc.; Joycetommasino, Vice President, First N.h. Bank, Manchester, Newhampshire; Mark Crandall, Vice President, First N.h. Bank,manchester, New Hampshire; Bradford Buckley, Vicepresident, First N.h. Bank, Manchester, New Hampshire; Leedickey, Former Vice President of First N.h. Bank, Dragut,massachusetts; William Gannon, Esquire; Richard W. Jensen,esquire, Defendants-appellees
Date: December 4, 1996
Citation: 103 F.3d 119

Notice: Fourth Circuit Local Rule 36(c) States That Citation of Unpublished Dispositions is Disfavored Except for Establishing Res Judicata, Estoppel, or the Law of the Case and Requires Service of Copies of Cited Unpublished Dispositions of the Fourth Circuit.leonard Edmundson, Administrator of the Estate of Jamesrichard Turnage, Deceased; Alene Rouse Yelverton; Robertyelverton; Craig Yelverton; Karen Bennett; Kathyedmundson; Libby Peele; Erin Jannell Shirley, a Minor, Byand Through Her Guardian, Janice Stocks; Janice Stocks, Asguardian Ad Litem for the Above, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Grayham Keesler, Individually and in His Official Capacityas an Officer of the City of Goldsboro Police Department;daniel Peters, Individually and in His Official Capacity Asan Officer of the City of Goldsboro Police Department;james P. Morgan, Individually and in His Official Capacityas Police Chief of the City of Goldsboro Police Department;chester Hill, Individually and in His Official Capacity Asthe Police Chief for the City of Goldsboro Policedepartment, Defendants-appellants,andthe City of Goldsboro Police Department; City of Goldsboro,defendants.leonard Edmundson, Administrator of the Estate of Jamesrichard Turnage, Deceased; Alene Rouse Yelverton; Robertyelverton; Craig Yelverton; Karen Bennett; Kathyedmundson; Libby Peele; Erin Jannell Shirley, a Minor, Byand Through Her Guardian, Janice Stocks; Janice Stocks, Asguardian Ad Litem for the Above, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. City of Goldsboro, Defendant-appellant,andgrayham Keesler, Individually and in His Official Capacityas an Officer of the City of Goldsboro Police Department;daniel Peters, Individually and in His Official Capacity Asan Officer of the City of Goldsboro Police Department;james P. Morgan, Individually and in His Official Capacityas Police Chief of the City of Goldsboro Police Department;chester Hill, Individually and in His Official Capacity Asthe Police Chief for the City of Goldsboro Policedepartment; the City of Goldsboro Police Department, Defendants
Date: November 27, 1996
Citation: 103 F.3d 117

Notice: Fourth Circuit Local Rule 36(c) States That Citation of Unpublished Dispositions is Disfavored Except for Establishing Res Judicata, Estoppel, or the Law of the Case and Requires Service of Copies of Cited Unpublished Dispositions of the Fourth Circuit.raymond Wagstaff-el, Individually and on Behalf of Himself,plaintiff--appellant, v. City of Baltimore, in Its Official Capacity, As a Municipalcorporation and Enterprise; C. Louis Davis, Individually Asan Employee and in His Official Capacity As Rankingdetective of the Baltimore City Police Department, Anenterprise; Albert Heinbaugh, Individually As an Employeeand in His Official Capacity As Police Officer of Thebaltimore City Police Department, an Enterprise; Jameshenderson, Individually As an Employee and in His Officialcapacity As Police Officer of the Baltimore City Policedepartment, an Enterprise; Samuel M. Wichner, Individuallyas an Employee and in His Official Capacity As Case Agent Ofthe F.b.i., an Enterprise; Raymond C. Bloomer, Jr.,individually As an Employee and in His Official Capacity Asspecial Agent of the F.b.i., an Enterprise; Emory Waters,individually As an Employee and in His Official Capacity Asa Special Agent of the F.b.i, an Enterprise; Providentsavings Bank, A/k/a Provident Bank of Maryland, in Itsofficial Capacity As a Baltimore Enterprise, Doing Businessas an Fdic Member Bank; Charlotte A. Thanner, Individuallyas an Employee and in Her Official Capacity As an Agent Ofprovident Savings Bank, an Enterprise; Judith L. Kaiser,individually As an Employee and in Her Official Capacity Asan Agent of Provident Savings Bank, an Enterprise; Bonniehicks, Individually As an Employee and in Her Officialcapacity As an Agent of Provident Savings Bank, Anenterprise; David F. Mister, Individually As an Employeeand in His Official Capacity As a Member of Ruppersberg,white, Winter, Clark & Mister Law Firm, an Enterprise;cynthia Miller, A/k/a Cynthia Winkler, Individually As Aformer Employee and in Her Official Capacity As Former Legalsecretary of Ruppersberg, White, Winter, Clark & Mister Lawfirm, an Enterprise; Paul Rosenberg, Individually As Anemployee and in His Official Capacity As a United Statesmagistrate, an Enterprise; Frank A. Kaufman, Individuallyas an Employee and in His Official Capacity As a Unitedstates Court, an Enterprise; Carmina Highes, Individuallyas an Employee and in Her Official Capacity As an Assistantunited States Attorney for the United States Attorney'soffice in Baltimore Maryland, an Enterprise; Gerald R.dougher, Individually As an Employee and in His Officialcapacity As a Special Agent of the F.b.i., an Enterprise;roger D. Kuhleman, Individually As an Employee and in Hisofficial Capacity As Case Agent of the F.b.i., Anenterprise; H. Thomas Moore, Individually As an Employeeand in His Official Capacity As Special Agent of the F.b.i.,an Enterprise; William D. Quarles, Individually As Anemployee and in His Official Capacity As Assistant Unitedstates Attorney for the United States Attorney's Office Inbaltimore Maryland, an Enterprise; Brice Widdowson,individually As an Employee and in His Official Capacity Aspolice Officer of the Baltimore City Police Department, Anenterprise; James Savage, Individually As an Employee Andin His Official Capacity As United States Attorney for Theunited States Attorney's Office in Baltimore, Maryland, Anenterprise; Lawrence Wagstaff, Individually and in Hisofficial Capacity As an Agent of the United Statesattorney's Office in Baltimore, Maryland, an Enterprise;frederick J. Sullivan, Individually As an Employee and Inhis Official Capacity As a Member of Sullivan Law Firm, Andenterprise; Veronica Marie Clarke, Individually As Anemployee and in Her Official Capacity As Assistant Unitedstates Attorney for the United States Attorney's Office Inbaltimore, Maryland, an Enterprise; Christopher Ohly,individually As an Employee and in His Official Capacity Asformer Assistant United States Attorney for the Unitedstates Attorney's Office in Baltimore, Maryland, Anenterprise; Catherine C. Blake, Individually As an Empl
Date: November 19, 1996
Citation: 103 F.3d 122

Notice: Fourth Circuit Local Rule 36(c) States That Citation of Unpublished Dispositions is Disfavored Except for Establishing Res Judicata, Estoppel, or the Law of the Case and Requires Service of Copies of Cited Unpublished Dispositions of the Fourth Circuit.dala F. Sibay, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Mounzer F. Sibay; Magda Sibay; Johnston & Roche;counselor Field; United States President of Americaclinton; Jack Quinn, Counsel Or; the United Statesattorney General; United States Department of Justice;jeffrey Axelrad; Eric H. Holder, United States Attorney;federal Deposit National Corporation; Nations Title Lifeinsurance of New York; Federal Home Loan Mortgage Nationalcorporation; All States Insurance National Corporation;crestar Mortgage Corporation; Richard T. Cregger, Trusteeforclosure; Jessie B. Wilson, Iii, Commissioner of the Actfairfax County; Atlas Assurance of America--dean, Homer;homer W. Smith; John M. Deutch; Central Intelligenceagency (ciaoprt); United States State Department Emp;marilyn Macafee, Defendants-appellees.dala F. Sibay, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Mounzer F. Sibay; Magda Sibay; Johnston & Roche;counselor Field; United States President of Americaclinton; Jack Quinn, Counselor; the United States Attorneygeneral; United States Department of Justice; Jeffreyaxelrad; Eric H. Holder, United States Attorney; Federaldeposit National Corporation; Nations Title Life Insuranceof New York; Federal Home Loan Mortgage Nationalcorporation; All States Insurance National Corporation;crestar Mortgage Corporation; Richard T. Cregger, Trusteeforclosure; Jessie B. Wilson, Iii, Commissioner of the Actfairfax County; Atlas Assurance of America--dean, Homer;homer W. Smith; John M. Deutch; Central Intelligenceagency (ciaoprt); United States State Department Emp;marilyn Macafee, Defendants-appellees.dala F. Sibay, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Mounzer F. Sibay; Magda Sibay, Defendants-appellees
Date: November 15, 1996
Citation: 101 F.3d 695

Anheuser-busch, Incorporated, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Kurt L. Schmoke, in His Official Capacity As Mayor Ofbaltimore City; Mayor and City Council of Baltimore City;city Council of Baltimore City; David Tanner, in Hisofficial Capacity As the General Superintendent of Zoningadministration and Enforcement, Defendants-appellees,andjohn Joseph Curran, Attorney General of the State Ofmaryland, in His Official Capacity, Defendant.the Association of National Advertisers, Incorporated; Theamerican Association of Advertising Agencies; the Mediainstitute; National Association of Broadcasters; Thethomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Freeexpression; Washington Legal Foundation; Center Forscience in the Public Interest; Coalition for Beautifulneighborhoods; Baltimore City Wide Liquor Coalition Forbetter Laws and Regulations, Amici Curiae.penn Advertising of Baltimore, Incorporated, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore City, a Municipalcorporation, Defendant-appellee,andjohn Joseph Curran, Attorney General of the State Ofmaryland, in His Official Capacity, Defendant.the Association of National Advertisers, Incorporated; Theamerican Association of Advertising Agencies; the Mediainstitute; National Association of Broadcasters; Thethomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Freeexpression; Washington Legal Foundation; Center Forscience in the Public Interest; Coalition for Beautifulneighborhoods; Baltimore City Wide Liquor Coalition Forbetter Laws and Regulations, Amici Curiae
Date: November 13, 1996
Citation: 101 F.3d 325

In Re Leckie Smokeless Coal Company; New River Mineralresources Company; Gould Resources, Incorporated,debtors (two Cases).united Mine Workers of America 1992 Benefit Plan, and Itstrustees; United Mine Workers of America Combinedbenefit Fund, and Its Trustees, Movants-appellants, v. Leckie Smokeless Coal Company; New River Mineral Resourcescompany; Gould Resources, Incorporated; Royalscot Minerals, Incorporated, Defendants-appellees,andunsecured Creditors Committee; Office of the United Statestrustee, Parties-in-interest.united Mine Workers of America 1992 Benefit Plan, and Itstrustees; United Mine Workers of America Combinedbenefit Fund, and Its Trustees, Movants-appellants, v. Leckie Smokeless Coal Company; New River Mineral Resourcescompany; Gould Resources, Incorporated; Royalscot Minerals, Incorporated, Defendants-appellees,andunsecured Creditors Committee; United States Trustee,parties-in-interest.in Re Lady H Coal Company, Incorporated; Consolidatedsewell, Incorporated; Sewell Coal Company;leivasy Mining Corporation; Eastwoodconstruction, Incorporated,debtors (two Cases).lady H Coal Company, Incorporated; Consolidated Sewell,incorporated; Sewell Coal Company; Leivasymining Corporation; Eastwoodconstruction, Incorporated,debtors-appellees, v. United Mine Workers of America 1992 Benefit Plan, and Itstrustees, Movant-appellant,andunited Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund, Andits Trustees, Movant,andinternational Union, United Mine Workers of America;district 17, United Mine Workers of America,parties-in-interest.lady H Coal Company, Incorporated; Consolidated Sewell,incorporated; Leivasy Mining Corporation;eastwood Construction, Incorporated,debtors-appellees, v. United Mine Workers of America 1992 Benefit Plan, and Itstrustees, Movant-appellant,andinternational Union, United Mine Workers of America;district 17, United Mine Workers of America,parties-in-interest
Date: October 29, 1996
Citation: 99 F.3d 573