2002 Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Case Law

Opinions 1 - 500 of 974

No. 01-36089
Date: December 16, 2002
Citation: 314 F.3d 995

Kootenai Tribe of Idaho; Boise County, by and Through the Boise County Board of Commissioners; Valley County, by and Through the Valley County Board of Commissioners; the Blueribbon Coalition, Inc.; Idaho State Snowmobile Associates, Inc.; Illinois Association of Snowmobile Clubs; the American Council of Snowmobile Associations; Little Cattle Company Limited Partnership; Highland Livestock and Land Company; Boise Cascade Corporation, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Ann Veneman,* in Her Official Capacity As the Secretary of Agriculture; Dale Bosworth,** in His Official Capacity As the Chief Forester of the Usda Forest Service; Department of Agriculture; United States Forest Service, Defendants,forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, Defendant-intervenor, Andidaho Conservation League; Idaho Rivers United, Inc.; Sierra Club; the Wilderness Society; Oregon Natural Resources Council; Pacific Rivers Council; Natural Resources Defense Council, Defendants-intervenors-appellants.dirk Kempthorne, Ex Rel State of Idaho; Pete T. Cenarrusa, Secretary of State; Alan G. Lance, Attorney General; J.d. Williams, State Controller; Marilyn Howard, Superintendent of Public Instruction, As the State Board of Land Commissioners; Winston Wiggins, Acting Director, Idaho Department of Lands; Dirk Kempthorne, Governor, in His Capacity As Chief Executive of the State of Idaho and President of the Idaho Board of Land Commissioners, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. U.S. Forest Service; Dale Bosworth, in His Official Capacity As Chief Forester of the United States Forest Service; Ann Veneman, in Her Official Capacity As the Secretary of Agriculture, Defendants, Andidaho Conservation League; Idaho Rivers United, Inc.; Sierra Club; the Wilderness Society; Oregon Natural Resources Council; Pacific Rivers Council; Natural Resources Defense Council; Defenders of Wildlife, Defendant-intervenors-appellants
Date: December 12, 2002
Citation: 313 F.3d 1094

Jian Chen, Petitioner, v. John Ashcroft, Attorney General, Respondent
Date: December 12, 2002
Citation: 314 F.3d 995

National Audubon Society, Inc.; Golden Gate Audubon Society, Inc.; Marin Audubon Society, Inc.; Muir Beach Audubon Society, Inc.; California Waterfowl Association, Inc., Plaintiffs-appellees, Andnational Trappers Association, Inc.; California Trappers Association, Inc.; Tim Wion; Christopher S. Brennan; Loyd E. Horn, Intervenors, v. Gray Davis, Governor of California; Douglas Wheeler, Resources Secretary, State of California; Jacqueline E. Schafer, Director, Cdfg; California Department of Fish & Game; California Fish & Game Commission, Defendants, Andann M. Veneman,* U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gary Simmons, California State Director, Wildlife Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Jamieclark Rappaport, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Anne Badgley, Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Appellees,am Soc Prev Cruelty; Protect Pets and Wildlife/vote Yes on Proposition 4; Animal Protection Institute; the Ark Trust, Inc.; Doris Day Animal League; the Fund for Animals; the Humane Society of the United States; International Fund for Animal Welfare, Defendants-intervenors-appellants.national Audubon Society, Inc.; Golden Gate Audubon Society, Inc.; Marin Audubon Society, Inc.; Muir Beach Audubon Society, Inc.; California Waterfowl Association, Inc., Plaintiffs, Andnational Trappers Association, Inc.; California Trappers Association, Inc.; Tim Wion; Christopher S. Brennan; Loyd E. Horn, Intervenors-appellants, v. Gray Davis, Governor of California; Douglas Wheeler, Resources Secretary, State of California; Jacqueline E. Schafer, Director, Cdfg; California Department of Fish & Game; California Fish & Game Commission, Defendants-appellees, Andann M. Veneman, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gary Simmons, California State Director, Wildlife Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gale A. Norton, Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior; Jamie Clark Rappaport, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Anne Badgley, Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Robert Stanton, Director, National Park Service, Appellees,am Soc Prev Cruelty; Protect Pets and Wildlife/vote Yes on Proposition 4; Animal Protection Institute; the Ark Trust, Inc.; Doris Day Animal League; the Fund for Animals; the Humane Society of the United States; International Fund for Animal Welfare, Defendants-intervenors-appellees.national Audubon Society, Inc.; Golden Gate Audubon Society, Inc.; Marin Audubon Society, Inc.; Muir Beach Audubon Society, Inc.; California Waterfowl Association, Inc., Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Gray Davis, Governor of California; Mary D. Nichols, Resources Secretary, State of California; Robert C. Hight, Director of the California Department of Fish and Game; California Department of Fish and Game; California Fish & Game Commission, Defendants-appellants,ann M. Veneman, Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gary Simmons, California State Director, Wildlife Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gale A. Norton,** Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior; Jamie Clark Rappaport, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Robert Stanton, Director, National Park Service, Appellees,american Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; Animal Protection Institute; the Ark Trust, Inc.; Doris Day Animal League; the Fund for Animals; Humane Society of the United States; Protect Pets and Wildlife/vote Yes on Proposition 4; the International Fund for Animal Welfare, Defendants-intervenors-appellees
Date: December 9, 2002
Citation: 312 F.3d 416

State of California; California Coastal Commission; Gray Davis, Governor; Bill Lockyer, Attorney General, Plaintiffs-appellees, Andnatural Resources Defense Council; League for Coastal Protection; Get Oil Out!; Citizens Planning Association of Santa Barbara; California Public Interest Research Group; Sierra Club; Friends of the Sea Otter; California Coastkeeper; Santa Barbara Channelkeeper; Santa Monica Baykeeper, Inc., Intervenors-appellees, Andsanta Barbara County; San Luis Obispo County, Intervenors-appellees, v. Gale Norton, Secretary of the Department of Interior; United States Department of the Interior Minerals Management Service; Regional Supervisor of the Minerals Management Service, Defendants-appellants, Andaera Energy Llc; Conoco, Inc.; Nuevo Energy Company; Poseidon Petroleum, Llc; Samedan Oil Corp., Intervenors-appellants.state of California; California Coastal Commission; Gray Davis, Governor; Bill Lockyer, Attorney General, Plaintiffs-appellees, Andnatural Resources Defense Council; League for Coastal Protection; Get Oil Out!; Citizens Planning Association of Santa Barbara; California Public Interest Research Group; Sierra Club; Friends of the Sea Otter; California Coastkeeper; Santa Barbara Channelkeeper; Santa Monica Baykeeper, Inc., Intervenors-appellees, Andsanta Barbara County; San Luis Obispo County, Intervenors-appellees, v. Gale Norton, Secretary of the Department of Interior; United States Department of the Interior Minerals Management Service; Regional Supervisor of the Minerals Management Service, Defendants-appellants, Andaera Energy Llc; Conoco, Inc.; Nuevo Energy Company; Poseidon Petroleum, Llc; Samedan Oil Corp., Intervenors-appellants
Date: December 2, 2002
Citation: 311 F.3d 1162

Lawrence O'connor; Margaret O'connor; Kathy Hecker; Mary Jane Vroman; Nicky Pelaez, on Behalf of Herself and All Others Similarly Situated; Laverne F. Barina, Mary Hillerstein; Sharon Grandinetti; Donald Reed; Terri Aungst; Ruby Diamond; Marjorie Extract; Heather Hultgren; Patricia Lev; Jody Smith; Maralyn Soifer; the Estate of Marjorie Taaffe; the Estate of Robin Lynn Trench; Cheryl Wernke; Carol Wolfsen; Stephanie Zakarian; Harold Samuels; Joyce Samuels; Carlene Getter; Estate of Bernard Hudson; Estate of Eugene D. Mauck, Plaintiffs, Andmary Christine Crilley, Carmela Anzilotti; Faith Arnold; Lila Arnold; Linda Blaustein; Howard Bleecker; Melissa Bolster; Ashle Bryant; Jennifer Cady; Heather Cass; Briana Alys Chappell; Mark Leslie Davis; Madeline Felkins; Robert Grandinetti; Norman Gross; Susan Hemming; Julie King; Margaret Kirby; Joy E. Lee;helen Pasquini; Laurel Ann Peyton; Rosemary Pitts; Emanuel Rubin; William Rueger; Pauline Sablow; Hariet Spero; Donna Stone; Jerry Stone; Mildred Strausburg; Miles Teicher; Jacqueline Teicher; Ralph Tremonti; Victor Wollman; Estate of Edward J. Barina; Kathleen Brucato; Gerald Creinin; Roy Fischman; Grace Highfield; Miriam Hintz; Estate of Jason E. Hudlett; Joan Mann; Shirley Orban; Marion Rosen; Denise Seth-hunter; Randall Trench; Don Varley; Helen White; the Estate of Marrilee Fay Reed; the Estate of Archibald P. Cameron; the Estate of Hai-chou Chu; the Estate of Ralph Tremonti, Sr.; the Estate of Paula Jean Trevino, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Boeing North American, Inc., a Delaware Corporation; Rockwell International Corporation, Defendants-appellees
Date: November 27, 2002
Citation: 311 F.3d 1139

Eleanor Staton; Beverly Trotter; Kevin Biglow, Plaintiffs-appellants,solomon Williams; Shirley Miller; Deborah Woods; Wendy Kelly; Myron Knight; Michael Eckles; Donald Ballard; William Bell, Clarence Thompson; Doreen Ferguson; Cynthia Evans; Willie Wilson; Mary Dean; Brian Todd; Tim Jones; David Brawley; Mara Ferrari; Rhonda Capps; Charles Jones; David Roberts; Verlene Maholmes; Terry Fisher; Carol Calender; Evalean Moore; Ralph Wilson; Ronnie Mitchell; Theodeshia Knauls; Michael Marion, Plaintiffs-appellees,nadine Mcclam-brown; Carla Abraham; Bertha Alexander; Shirley Allen; Billynda E. Anderson; Lawrence Andrews; Dorothy J. Ayers; Avis M. Banks; Jimmie L. Banks; Joyce A. Bates; Ray A. Bates; Ida M. Battles; Marshall Battles, Sr.; Terri M. Bean; Alfred Beasley; Vivian Jean Bell; Marcia L. Benford; Rosie J. Black; Adrienne Bland; Theresa Bozeman; Byron Breckenridge; John Bridgewater; Maceo E. Bridgewater; Annie Brooks; Johnnie Paul Brooks; Ronnie Brown; Simon Brown, Jr.; Mark A. Bufford; William Bumpers; Wilbertg. Burgess, Sr.; Henry F. Butler; Soloman C. Butts; Ellis Cameron; Harry Carlis; Tevis Carpenter; Ford Carr; Tamu Chandler; Betty Childers; Michael Childers; Ronald Clarke; Melchester Clemons; Gunice Colvin; Kent Copridge; Paul L. Coston, Jr.; Debra F Coulter; Cephas L. Curtis; Angela C. Cravens; James Crump; Pauline Crump; Tracy Cunningham; Gilbert O. Dace; Clarence Dancer; Charles Daniels; Patricia Davis; Sam Davis; Charles L. Davison; Helen Marie Dean; Evonne W. Dogan; James E. Donaldson; Tonia Dowell; Alice Dunbar; Allen Dunbar; Throma Ann Dyas; Terry Edwards; Belinda Ellis; Bezley Ellison; Joseph Elmore; Abiodun Fanimokun; Sharon Fantroy; Archie Fields; Hicks Frank; Sherline Franklin; Allen W. Frazier; Moses E. Greasham; Freddie L. Grisby; Kevin C. Guice; Roderick W. Guice; Roy E. Hall; Charles H. Harden; Dennis Harris; Dorothy Harris; Leon Harris; Robert L. Harris; Wylo Harvey; Rosemarie W. Hauck; Eric D. Hayden; Fredrick Hightower, Jr.; Charles H. Hill; Larry Hollins; Theodore Holt; Delores Hood; Kay M. Horton; Verna J. Houston; Phillip Bruce Hutchins; Hattie L. Irving; Della M. Jamison; Johnnie L. Jefferson; Reginald P. Jenkins; Constance Johnson; Darla Johnson; Herbert G. Johnson; James Johnson; Kenneth Johnson; Sharon E. Johnson; Lecester Jones; Phyllis J. Jones; Brooks S. Kimbrough; Claudette Lawson; Doris Lenox; Lynn B. Leufroy; Walter G. Lewellen; Frederick Lipsey; Herbert E. Logan, Jr.; Virginia G. Logan; Presley T. Lorance; Anthony L. Lucas; Waymond Macone; Selicia Mallory; Mark D. Matthews; Rainard C. Mayhew; Larry D. Mcintosh; Alberto A. Mcmiller; Helen D. Medcafe; Geraldine Moore; Tennie Moore; Wade Moore, Jr.; Stephen R. Mundine; Katherine Neal; Arthur Newton; Jacqueline Osborne; Linda M. Ouids; Ericka L. Owens; Lee E. Owens, Jr.; Leroy Parker; C. Eugene Paschal; Sandra L. Payne; Stacy Payne; Margaret Peach; Robert J. Pearson; Douglas Pegues; Herman L. Poole; Isaac M. Porter, Jr.; Rhonda Randle; James Ranson, Sr.; Etha Reagans; Rance H. Reed, Jr.; Tressa Reed; Brenda J. Richardson; Cynthia Ridge; Bettie Ridley; Melvin L. Ridley; Jackie Robinson; Robert L. Robinson Ii; Les L. Rogers; Fred Roseborough; T.d. Sanders; Donna N. Scott; Huey L. Scott; Vince E. Seymore; Maury J. Shaw; William L. Sims; David E. Singleton; David Skillman; Cleo P. Smith; John Smith, Jr.; Lucretia Smith; David A. Stallworth; Michael Stevens; Octauia Stevens; Carl Stovall; Joyce Sullivan; Idella Teague; Alphonso E. Thompson; Anthony Thompson; Donna Thompson; John F. Thompson; Tywanna F. Thompson; W.r. Thompson; Benjamin F. Tillman; David Tillman; Shomide Tokunbo; Anita Truitt; Michael Turner; Alan Ladd Tyson; Rachel Frazier-vann; James L. Walker; Aaron Washington; Cecil R. Washington; Eric C. Waters; Charles E. Webb; Shannon J. Weldon; Rozell Wheaton; Leonardo R. White; Ernest M. Whitaker; Bobby L. Williams; Darryl Williams; Daryl D. Williams; Glen D. Williams, Sr.; Kenneth Wayne Williams; Lorry Williams; Sylvester Williams, Ii; Wilbert Williams; Patricia Wilson; Alfred M. Woods; Martha Ybarra; Jacquelyn L. Zeigler, Appellan
Date: November 26, 2002
Citation: 313 F.3d 447

The California Department of Toxic Substances Control; the Hazardous Waste Control Account, and the Hazardous Substance Account, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Commercial Realty Projects, Inc.; L.a. Metromall, Llc; Atlantic Richfield Company; Chevron U.s.a., Inc., a Pennsylvania Corporation; Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company; Mobil Oil Corporation, a New York Corporation; Shell Oil Company; Shell Chemical Co., a Delaware Corporation; Union Oil Company of California, a California Corporation; Unocal Corporation; a Delaware Corporation; Standard Oil Company of California, a Delaware Corporation; Richfield Poli Corporation, a Delaware Corporation; Long Beach Oil Development Company, a Nevada Corporation; Southern California Gas Company, a California Corporation; Humble Oil & Refining Co, a Delaware Corporation; Tidewater Oil Company, a Delaware Company; Allied Signal Inc., a Delaware Company; Gulf Oil Corporation, a Pennsylvania Corporation; Exxon Corporation, a New Jersey Corporation; Phillips Petroleum Company; City of Bellflower; City of Gardena; City of Compton; City of Palos Verdes, Defendants-appellees. Andcity of Buena Park; City of Hawthorne; City of Hermosa Beach; City of Huntington Park; City of Norwalk; City of Paramount; City of Redondo Beach;city of Seal Beach; City of South Gate; City of Torrance, Municipal Corporations, Applicants in Intervention-appellants, Andcity of Lynwood, Applicant in Intervention-appellant, Andcity of Lawndale, Applicant in Intervention-appellant, Andcity of Long Beach, Applicant in Intervention-appellant
Date: October 25, 2002
Citation: 309 F.3d 1113

Engine Manufacturers Association, Plaintiff-appellant, v. South Coast Air Quality Management District, Scaqmd; William A. Burke, Scaqmd Board Chairman; Norma J. Glover, Scaqmd Vice-chairman; Michael D. Antonovich, Scaqmd Board Member; Hal Bernson, Scaqmd Board Member; Jane W. Carney; Cynthia P. Coad; Beatrice J.s. Lapistokirtley; Ronald O. Loveridge; Jon D. Mikels; Leonard Paulitz; Cynthia Verdugo-peralta; S. Roy Wilson, Scaqmd Board Members; Bary R. Wallerstein, Scaqmd Executive Officer, Defendants-appellees,natural Resources Defense Council; Coalition for Clean Air, Inc.; Communities for a Better Environment, Inc.; Planning & Conservation League; Sierra Club, Defendants-intervenors-appellees, v. Western States Petroleum Association, Plaintiff-intervenor.engine Manufacturers Association, Plaintiff, v. South Coast Air Quality Management District, Scaqmd; William A. Burke, Scaqmd Board Chairman; Norma J. Glover, Scaqmd Vice-chairman; Michael D. Antonovich, Scaqmd Board Member; Hal Bernson, Scaqmd Board Member; Jane W. Carney; Cynthia P. Coad; Beatrice J.s. Lapistokirtley; Ronald O. Loveridge; Jon D. Mikels; Leonard Paulitz; Cynthia Verdugo-peralta; S. Roy Wilson, Scaqmd Board Members; Bary R. Wallerstein, Scaqmd Executive Officer, Defendants-appellees,natural Resources Defense Council; Coalition for Clean Air, Inc.; Communities for a Better Environment, Inc.; Planning & Conservation League; Sierra Club, Defendants-intervenors-appellees, v. Western States Petroleum Association, Plaintiff-intervenor-appellant
Date: October 24, 2002
Citation: 309 F.3d 550

Southwest Center for Biological Diversity, a Non-profit Corporation; Forest Guardians, Plaintiffs-appellants, Andsouthwest Trout, a Non-profit Corporation; Sky-island Watch, an Unincorporated Association, Plaintiffs,arizona Cattle Growers' Association, an Arizona Non-profit Corporation; Coalition of Arizona and New Mexico Counties for Stable Economic, a Non-profit Organization; Catron County, New Mexico; James K. Chilton; Susan E. Chilton, Intervenors, v. United States Forest Service; John Bedell, Apache-sitgreaves National Forest Supervisor; Fred Trevey, Coconino National Forest Supervisor; John Mcgee, Colorado National Forest Supervisor; Abel Camarena, Gila National Forest Supervisor; Mike King, Prescott National Forest Supervisor; Charles Bazan, Tonto National Forest Supervisor, Defendants-appellees, v. Abe Martinez; Lydia Martinez; Daniel Glickman; Michael Dombeck; Eleanor Towns; Bruce Babbit; Jamie Rappaport Clark; Nancy Kaufman, Cross-defendants-appellees.southwest Center for Biological Diversity, a Non-profit Corporation; Southwest Trout, a Non-profit Corporation; Sky-island Watch, an Unincorporated Association, Plaintiffs-appellees,arizona Cattle Growers' Association, an Arizona Non-profit Association, Intervenor-appellant, Andcoalition of Arizona and New Mexico Counties for Stable Economic, a Non-profit Organization; Catron County, New Mexico; James K. Chilton; Susan Chilton, Intervenors, v. United States Forest Service, and in Their Official Capacities: John Bedell, Apache-sitgreaves National Forest Supervisor; Fred Trevey, Coconino National Forest Supervisor; John Mcgee, Coronado National Forest Supervisor; Abel Camarena, Gila National Forest Supervisor; Mike King, Prescott National Forest Supervisor; Charles Bazan, Tonto National Forest Supervisor, Defendants-appellees, v. New Mexico Cattle Growers Association, Cross-claimant-appellee, v. Abe Martinez; Lydia Martinez; Daniel Glickman; Micheal Dombeck; Eleanor Towns; Bruce Babbit; Jamie Rappaport Clark; Nancy Kaufman, Cross-defendants-appellees
Date: October 2, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 964

City of Los Angeles, California; City of San Antonio, Texas; City of Inglewood, California; County of Santa Clara, California; City of Stamford, Connecticut; Laura Chick, Individually; Laura Chick, in Her Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Mike Feuer, Individually; Mike Feuer, in His Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Mike Hernandez, in His Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Nate Holden, Individually; Nate Holden, in His Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Cindy Miscikowsky, Individually; Cindy Miscikowsky, in Her Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Nick Pacheco, Individually; Nick Pacheco, in His Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Alex Padilla, Individually; Alex Padilla, in His Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Rita Walters, Individually; Rita Walters, in Her Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Mark Ridley-thomas, Individually; Mark Ridley-thomas, in His Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Fernando Ferrer, Individually; Fernando Ferrer, in His Official Capacity As President of Bronx Borough, New York, New York; County of Los Angeles; City and County of San Francisco; Bronx Borough, New York City, New York; Brooklyn Borough, New York City, New York; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Toledo, Ohio; San Jose, California; Cruz M. Bustamante, Individually; Cruz M. Bustamante, in His Official Capacity As Lieutenant Governor for the State of California; Ruth Galanter, Individually; Ruth Galanter, in Her Official Capacity As a Member of the Los Angeles City Council; Carelton S. Finkbeiner, Individually; Carelton S. Finkbeiner, in His Official Capacity As Mayor of Toledo, Ohio; Peter F. Vallone,individually; Peter F. Vallone, in His Official Capacity As Speaker of the New York City Council; C. Virginia Fields, Individually; C. Virginia Fields, in Her Official Capacity As President of Manhattan Borough, New York City, New York; the New York Council; City of Chicago, Illinois; Michael Madigan, Individually; Michael J. Madigan, in His Official Capacity As Minority Leader of the Illinois Senate; Emil Jones, Jr., Individually; Emil Jones, Jr., in His Official Capacity As Minority Leader of the Illinois Senate; John H. Stroger, Jr., Individually; John H. Stroger, Jr., in His Official Capacity As President of the Cook County Board of Commissioners; Claire Schulman, Individually; Claire Schulman, in Her Official Capacity As President of Queens Borough, New York City, New York, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United States Department of Commerce; Donald Evans, Secretary of the Department of Commerce, in His Official Capacity, Defendants-appellees
Date: September 27, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 859

National Audubon Society, Inc.; Golden Gate Audubon Society, Inc.; Marin Audubon Society, Inc.; Muir Beach Enviro, Inc.; California Waterfowl Association, Inc., Plaintiffs-appellees, Andnational Trappers Association, Inc.; California Trappers Association, Inc.; Tim Wion; Christopher S. Brennan; Loyd E. Horn, Intervenors, v. Gray Davis, Governor of California; Douglas Wheeler, Resources Secretary, State of California; Jacqueline E. Schafer, Director, Cdfg; California Department of Fish & Game; California Fish & Game Commission, Defendants, Andann M. Veneman,* U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gary Simmons, California State Director, Wildlife Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Jamie Clark Rappaport, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Anne Badgley, Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Appellees,am Soc Prev Cruelty; Protect Pets and Wildlife/vote Yes on Proposition 4; Animal Protection Institute; the Ark Trust, Inc.; Doris Day Animal League; the Fund for Animals; Thehumane Society of the United States; International Fund for Animal Welfare, Defendants-intervenors-appellants.national Audubon Society, Inc.; Golden Gate Audubon Society, Inc.; Marin Audubon Society, Inc.; Muir Beach Enviro, Inc.; California Waterfowl Association, Inc., Plaintiffs, Andnational Trappers Association, Inc.; California Trappers Association, Inc.; Tim Wion; Christopher S. Brennan; Loyd E. Horn, Intervenors-appellants, v. Gray Davis, Governor of California; Douglas Wheeler, Resources Secretary, State of California; Jacqueline E. Schafer, Director, Cdfg; California Department of Fish & Game; California Fish & Game Commission, Defendants-appellees, Andann M. Veneman, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gary Simmons, California State Director, Wildlife Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gale A. Norton, Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior; Jamie Clark Rappaport, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Anne Badgley, Regional Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Robert Stanton, Director, National Park Service, Appellees,am Soc Prev Cruelty; Protect Pets and Wildlife/vote Yes on Proposition 4; Animal Protection Institute; the Ark Trust, Inc.; Doris Day Animal League; the Fund for Animals; the Humane Society of the United States; International Fund for Animal Welfare, Defendants-intervenors-appellees.national Audubon Society, Inc.; Golden Gate Audubon Society, Inc.; Marin Audubon Society, Inc.; Muir Beach Enviro, Inc.; California Waterfowl Association, Inc., Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Gray Davis, Governor of California; Mary D. Nichols, Resources Secretary, State of California; Robert C. Hight, Director of the California Department of Fish and Game; California Department of Fish and Game; California Fish & Game Commission, Defendants-appellants,ann M. Veneman, Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gary Simmons, California State Director, Wildlife Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Gale A. Norton,** Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior; Jamie Clark Rappaport, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Robert Stanton, Director, National Park Service, Appellees,american Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; Animal Protection Institute; the Ark Trust, Inc.; Doris Day Animal League; the Fund for Animals; Humane Society of the United States; Protect Pets and Wildlife/vote Yes on Proposition 4; the International Fund for Animal Welfare, Defendants-intervenors-appellees
Date: September 24, 2002
Citation: 307 F.3d 835

Us West Communications, Inc., a Colorado Corporation, Plaintiff-counter-defendant-appellee, v. Renz D. Jennings, As a Member of the Arizona Corporation Commission; Carl J. Kunasek, As a Member of the Arizona Corporation Commission; James M. Irvin, As a Member of the Arizona Corporation Commission, Defendants-cross-defendants-appellees,american Communications Services, Inc., a Delaware Corporation Aka Espire Communications, Inc., Defendant-counter-claimant-cross-claimant-appellant.us West Communications, Inc., a Colorado Corporation, Plaintiff-appellee, v. Renz D. Jennings, As a Member of the Arizona Corporation Commission; Carl J. Kunasek, As a Member of the Arizona Corporation Commission; Tcg Phoenix, a General Partnership; Arizona Corporation Commission; James M. Irvin, Defendants, Andbrooks Fiber Communications of Tucson, Inc., a Delaware Corporation; Mci Telecommunications Corporation, a Delaware Corporation; Mcimetro Access Transmission Services, Inc., a Delaware Corporation; Mfs Communications Company, Inc., a Delaware Corporation; Mfs Intelenet of Arizona, Inc., a Delaware Corporation; Worldcom Technologies, Inc., a Delaware Corporation, Defendants-appellants.us West Communications, Inc., a Colorado Corporation, Plaintiff-counter-defendant-appellee, v. Renz D. Jennings, As a Member of the Arizona Corporation Commission; Carl J. Kunasek, As a Member of the Arizona Corporation Commission; James M. Irvin, As a Member of the Arizona Corporation Commission, Defendants-cross-defendants-appellees,at & T Communications of the Mountain States, Defendant-counter-defendant-appellant,tcg Phoenix, a General Partnership, Defendant-cross-claimant-appellant,american Communications Services, Inc., a Delaware Corporation Aka Espire Communications, Inc., Defendant-counter-claimant-cross-claimant-appellee
Date: September 23, 2002
Citation: 304 F.3d 950

No. 01-55466
Date: September 19, 2002
Citation: 303 F.3d 1182

Katsuko Hosaka, Individually and on Behalf of the Estate and Heirs of Sadao Hosaka, Plaintiff-appellant, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees.takeo Yoshikawa; Kimiko Yoshikawa; Yae Yoshikawa; Ayako Yoshikawa; Yuki Yoshikawa; Miyoko Nakazato, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees.takehito Yoshikawa; Nami Yoshikawa; Sachiyo Yoshikawa, a Minor, and Chizuru Yoshikawa, a Minor by and Through Their Guardian Ad Litem Takehito Yoshikawa, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees.nobuyuki Tanaka; Kinuyo Tanaka; Yukiko Tanaka; Makiko Tanaka, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees.koja Teshima; Kumiko Teshima, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees.kozo Yamada; Isa Yamada; Mashiko Yamada; Chizuru Yamada, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees.nobuaki Mizuno; Takako Mizuno, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees.takashi Onishi; Junko Onishi; Masaya Onishis; Mihiko Onishi, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees.yasuo Tanaka; Susumu Tanaka; Ayako Tanaka, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees.nubuo Shiga, Plaintiff-appellant, Andkimee Shiga, Plaintiff, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees.izumi Tosaka, Plaintiff-appellant, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees.hatsumi Ito, Plaintiff-appellant, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees.takamasa Kataura, Plaintiff-appellant, and Machie Taira, Plaintiff, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees. Kaori Ito, Plaintiff-appellant, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees. Shuichi Inako; Hisako Iako; Osamu Inako; Hiroshi Inako, a Minor, by and Through His Guardian Ad Litem Shuichi Inako, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees. Shuichiro Minami; Yuriko Minami; Takahiro Minami, a Minor, by and Through Guardian Ad Litem Shuichiro Minami; Tomohiro Minami, a Minor, by and Through Guardian Ad Litem Shuichiro Minami, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees. Masaki Konuma, Plaintiff-appellant, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees. Keiko Hirase, Plaintiff-appellant, v. United Airlines, Inc.; Ual Corporation, Defendants-appellees
Date: September 18, 2002
Citation: 305 F.3d 989

Gerling Global Reinsurance Corp. of America; Gerling Global Reinsurance Corp. — U.S. Branch; Gerling Global Life Reinsurance Company; Gerling Global Life Insurance Company; Gerling America Insurance Company; and Constitution Insurance Corp., Plaintiffs-appellees-cross-appellants-plaintiffs-appellants, v. Harry W. Low, in His Capacity As the Commissioner of Insurance of the State of California, Defendant-appellant-cross-appellee-defendant-appellee.assicurazioni Generali, Plaintiff-appellee-cross-appellant-plaintiff-appellant, v. Harry W. Low, Individually, and in His Capacity As the Insurance Commissioner for the State of California, Defendant-appellant-cross-appellee-defendant-appellee.winterthur International America Insurance Company, Winterthur International America Underwriters Insurance Company; General Casualty Company of Wisconsin, Regent Insurance Company; Republic Insurance Company; Southern Insurance Company, Unigard Indemnity Company; Unigard Insurance Company; and Blue Ridge Insurance Company, Plaintiffs-appellees-cross-appellants-plaintiffs-appellants, v. Harry W. Low, in His Capacity As Insurance Commissioner for the State of California, Defendant-appellant-cross-appellee-defendant-appellee.american Insurance Association and American Re-insurance Company, Plaintiffs-appellees-cross-appellants-plaintiffs-appellants, v. Harry W. Low, in His Capacity As Insurance Commissioner for the State of California, Defendant-appellant-cross-appellee-defendant-appellee
Date: September 9, 2002
Citation: 296 F.3d 832

Edin Arcenio Ruano, Petitioner, v. John Ashcroft, Respondent
Date: August 29, 2002
Citation: 301 F.3d 1155

No. 01-56016
Date: August 22, 2002
Citation: 300 F.3d 1120

Nicholas Chaset; Gretchen Dumas, As Guardian Ad Litem For, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Fleer/skybox International, Lp, Defendant-appellee.nicholas Chaset; Gretchen Dumas, As Guardian Ad Litem For, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Upper Deck Company; Vintage Sports Cards, Inc.; Treat Entertainment, Inc., Defendants-appellees.nicholas Chaset; Jon Rodriquez, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated; Gretchen Dumas, As Guardian Ad Litem For; Irene Torres, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Topps Company, Inc., Defendant-appellee.nicholas Chaset; Gretchen Dumas, As Guardian Ad Litem For, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Playoff Corporation, Defendant-appellee.nicholas Chaset; Gretchen Dumas, As Guardian Ad Litem For, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Racing Champions Corporation, Defendant-appellee.nicholas Chaset; Irene Torres, Guardian Ad Litem; Gretchen Dumas, As Guardian Ad Litem For; Jon Rodriguez, a Minor, by and Through His Guardian Ad Litem, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Major League Baseball Players Association; Major League Baseball Properties, Inc.; Nba Properties, Inc.; Nfl Properties, Inc.; National Football League Players Association, Dba Nfl Players, Inc.; Players, Inc.; National Hockey League Enterprises; Nhl Players Association; Walt Disney Company, Defendants-appellees.irene Torres, As Guardian Ad Litem for John Rodriguez; Jeffrey Fishman, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated; Steven Price, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated; Lance Kuba, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Pacific Trading Cards, Inc., Defendant-appellee.andrew Imber, a Minor; Alex Silverman, a Minor; Anthony Treviranus, a Minor; Kathleen Paige Treviranus, a Minor; Kelly Treviranus, As Guardian Ad Litem for Anthony Treviranus, Plaintiffs, Andgabriel Laus; Marci Imber, As Guardian Ad Litem for Andrew Imber; Janet Silverman, As Guardian Ad Litem for Alex D.c. No. Silverman; Gabriela Laus, As Cv-99-02010-rmb Guardian Ad Litem for Gabriel Laus; Peter Walzer, As Guardian Ad Litem for Graham Walzer; Steven Spiegler, As Guardian Ad Litem for Matthew Spiegler, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Nintendo of America, Inc.; Wizards of the Coast, Inc.; 4kids Entertainment, Inc., Defendants-appellees
Date: August 20, 2002
Citation: 300 F.3d 1083

Plaintiff v. Defendant
Date: August 13, 2002
Citation: 298 F.3d 1148

No. 01-55326
Date: August 7, 2002
Citation: 292 F.3d 1049

No. 01-55319
Date: August 7, 2002
Citation: 298 F.3d 1087

Jackery B. White, Petitioner, v. Robert Klitzkie, Respondent
Date: August 2, 2002
Citation: 298 F.3d 885

Douglas Harik; Kyle Staples; Roxanna Escalante; Nance Contreras; Patricia Guthrie; Raymond Richardson; Karen Chavez; Kim Sheffield, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. California Teachers Association; Franklin Mckinley Education Association; South San Francisco Teachers Association; Los Angeles County Education Association; Saddleback Valley Education Association; Dinuba Teachers Association; William in His Official Capacity, Superintendent, Board of Education, Yuba City Unified School District; Larry in His Capacity As Superintendent, Franklin Mckinley Elementary School District; Richard Rigg, in His Capacity As Superintendent, South San Francisco Unified School District; Donald in His Capacity As Superintendent, Los Angeles County Office of Education; Peter in His Capacity As Superintendent, Saddleback Valley Unified School District; Libia in Her Official Capacity As Superintendent, Board of Education, Chula Vista Elementary School District, Dr.; Stan in His Official Capacity As Superintendent, Board of Education, Dinuba Unified School District; George in His Official Capacity As Superintendent, Chino Valley Unified School District, Dr.; Chula Vista Education Association; Association of Chino, Defendants-appellees.douglas Harik; Kyle Staples; Roxanna Escalante; Nance Contreras; Patricia Guthrie; Raymond Richardson; Karen Chavez; Kim Sheffield, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. California Teachers Association; Franklin Mckinley Education Association; South San Francisco Teachers Association; Los Angeles County Education Association; Saddleback Valley Education Association; Dinuba Teachers Association; Chula Vista Education Association; Association of Chino; Yuba City Unified Education Association, Defendants-appellants, Andwilliam in His Official Capacity, Superintendent, Board of Education, Yuba City Unified School District; Larry in His Capacity As Superintendent, Franklin Mckinley Elementary School District; Richard Rigg, in His Capacity As Superintendent, South San Francisco Unified School District; Donald in His Capacity As Superintendent, Los Angeles County Office of Education; Peter in His Capacity As Superintendent, Saddleback Valley Unified School District; Libia in Her Official Capacity As Superintendent, Board of Education, Chula Vista Elementary School District, Dr.; Stan in His Official Capacity As Superintendent, Board of Education, Dinuba Unified School District; George in His Official Capacity As Superintendent, Chino Valley Unified School District, Dr., Defendants.douglas Harik; Kyle Staples; Roxanna Escalante; Nance Contreras; Patricia Guthrie; Raymond Richardson; Karen Chavez; Kim Sheffield, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. California Teachers Association; Franklin Mckinley Education Association; South San Francisco Teachers Association; Los Angeles County Education Association; Saddleback Valley Education Association; Dinuba Teachers Association; Chula Vista Education Association; Association of Chino, Defendants, Andwilliam in His Official Capacity, Superintendent, Board of Education, Yuba City Unified School District; Larry in His Capacity As Superintendent, Franklin Mckinley Elementary School District; Richard Rigg, in His Capacity As Superintendent, South San Francisco Unified School District; Donald in His Capacity As Superintendent, Los Angeles County Office of Education; Peter in His Capacity As Superintendent, Saddleback Valley Unified School District; Libia in Her Official Capacity As Superintendent, Board of Education, Chula Vista Elementary School District, Dr.; Stan in His Official Capacity As Superintendent, Board of Education, Dinuba Unified School District; George in His Official Capacity As Superintendent, Chino Valley Unified School District, Dr., Defendants-appellees
Date: August 1, 2002
Citation: 298 F.3d 863

No. 98-56453
Date: July 24, 2002
Citation: 296 F.3d 894

Raymond E. Hill, Petitioner, v. State of Alaska, Respondent
Date: July 19, 2002
Citation: 297 F.3d 895

Planned Parenthood of the Columbia/willamette, Inc.; Portland Feminist Women's Health Center; Robert Crist, M.d.; Warren M. Hern, M.d.; Elizabeth Newhall, M.d.; James Newhall, M.d., Plaintiffs-appellees, Andkaren Sweigert, M.d., Plaintiff, v. American Coalition of Life Activists; Advocates for Life Ministries; Michael Bray; Andrew Burnett; David A. Crane; Timothy Paul Dreste; Michael B. Dodds; Joseph L. Foreman; Charles Roy Mcmillan; Stephen P. Mears; Bruce Evan Murch; Catherine Ramey; Dawn Marie Stover; Charles Wysong, Defendants, Andmonica Migliorino Miller; Donald Treshman, Defendants-appellants.planned Parenthood of the Columbia/willamette, Inc.; Portland Feminist Women's Health Center; Robert Crist, M.d.; Warren M. Hern, M.d.; Elizabeth Newhall, M.d.; James Newhall, M.d., Plaintiffs-appellees, Andkaren Sweigert, M.d., Plaintiff, v. American Coalition of Life Activists; Advocates for Life Ministries; Michael Bray; Andrew Burnett; David A. Crane; Timothy Paul Dreste; Joseph L. Foreman; Stephen P. Mears; Monica Migliorino Miller; Catherine Ramey; Dawn Marie Stover; Donald Treshman; Charles Wysong, Defendants, Andmichael Dodds; Charles Roy Mcmillan; Bruce Evan Murch, Defendants-appellants.planned Parenthood of the Columbia/willamette, Inc.; Portland Feminist Women's Health Center; Robert Crist, M.d.; Warren M. Hern, M.d.; Elizabeth Newhall, M.d.; James Newhall, M.d., Plaintiffs-appellees, Andkaren Sweigert, M.d., Plaintiff, v. American Coalition of Life Activists; Advocates for Life Ministries; Michael Bray; Andrew Burnett; David A. Crane; Michael Dodds; Charlesroy Mcmillan; Stephen P. Mears; Monica Migliorino Miller; Bruce Evan Murch; Catherine Ramey; Dawn Marie Stover; Donald Treshman, Defendants, Andtimothy Paul Dreste; Joseph L. Foreman; Charles Wysong, Defendants-appellants.planned Parenthood of the Columbia/willamette, Inc.; Portland Feminist Women's Health Center; Robert Crist, M.d.; Warren M. Hern, M.d.; Elizabeth Newhall, M.d.; James Newhall, M.d., Plaintiffs-appellees, Andkaren Sweigert, M.d., Plaintiff, v. American Coalition of Life Activists; Advocates for Life Ministries; Michael Bray; Andrew Burnett; David A. Crane; Catherine Ramey; Dawn Marie Stover, Defendants-appellants, Andtimothy Paul Dreste; Michael Dodds; Joseph L. Foreman; Charles Roy Mcmillan; Stephen P. Mears; Monica Migliorino Miller; Bruce Evan Murch; Donald Treshman; Charles Wysong, Defendants.planned Parenthood of the Columbia/willamette, Inc.; Portland Feminist Women's Health Center; Robert Crist, M.d.; Warren M. Hern, M.d.; Elizabeth Newhall, M.d.; James Newhall, M.d., Plaintiffs-appellees, v. American Coalition of Life Activists; Advocates for Life Ministries; Michael Bray; Andrew Burnett; David A. Crane; Timothy Paul Dreste; Michael B. Dodds; Joseph L. Foreman; Charles Roy Mcmillan; Bruce Evan Murch; Catherine Ramey; Dawn Marie Stover; Donald Treshman; Charles Wysong, Defendants.paul Deparrie, Movant-appellant.planned Parenthood of the Columbia/willamette, Inc.; Portland Feminist Women's Health Center; Robert Crist, M.d.; Warren M. Hern, M.d.; Elizabeth Newhall, M.d.; James Newhall, M.d.; Karen Sweigert, M.d., Individually and on Behalf of All Persons Similarly Situated, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. American Coalition of Life Activists; Advocates for Life Ministries; Michael Bray; Andrew Burnett; David Crane; Timothy Paul Dreste; Michael Dodds; Joseph L. Foreman; Charles Roy Mcmillan; Monica Migliorino Miller; Bruce Evan Murch; Catherine Ramey; Dawn Marie Stover; Donald Treshman; Charles Wysong, Defendants-appellants
Date: July 10, 2002
Citation: 290 F.3d 1058