1995 Tenth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Case Law

Opinions 1 - 500 of 1563

Medicare & Medicaid Guide P 43,260
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 56 F.3d 77
Pens. Plan Guide P 23909w
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 48 F.3d 1231
Unempl.ins.rep. Cch (p) 17692a
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 16 F.3d 416
Pens. Plan Guide P 23880j
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 996 F.2d 311
Fed. Sec. L. Rep. P 98,626
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 51 F.3d 285
Pens. Plan Guide P 23927b
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 99 F.3d 1150
Medicare&medicaid Gu 41,902
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 9 F.3d 117
Unempl.ins.rep. (cch) P 14031b
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 28 F.3d 113
Unempl.ins.rep. (cch) P 14060b
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 34 F.3d 1076
57 Fair Empl.prac.cas. (bna) 360,59 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 41,754
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 946 F.2d 901
Prod.liab.rep. (cch) P 14,147
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 46 F.3d 1151
Bankr. L. Rep. P 76,783
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 69 F.3d 548
Unempl.ins.rep. Cch (p) 17772a
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 21 F.3d 1122
Util. L. Rep. P 14,074
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 72 F.3d 138
Bankr. L. Rep. P 77,638
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 139 F.3d 911
Unempl.ins.rep. Cch (p) 17703a
Date: December 31, 1995
Citation: 16 F.3d 418
Plaintiff v. Defendant
Date: December 13, 1995
Citation: 72 F.3d 138
Macklanburg-duncan Co.; Magnetic Peripherals, Inc.;mcdonnell Douglas Corporation; Ppg Industries;weyerhauser Company; Wolverinecorporation, Plaintiffs-appellantsand Cross-appellees, v. Aetna Casualty and Surety Company; Continental Casualtycompany; Interstate Fire and Casualty Company;stonewall Insurance Company,defendants-appellees and Cross-appellants Andhome Indemnity Company, Defendant.downtown Airpark, Inc., a Delaware Corporation, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Continental Insurance Company, a New Hampshire Corporation;fireman's Fund Insurance Company, a Californiacorporation, Defendants-appellees.united States of America, Plaintiff, v. Royal N. Hardage; United States Pollution Control;oklahoma National Stockyards Company; Dal-worth Industries;double Eagle; Samuel Bishkin, Doing Business As Eltexchemical; L & S Bearing Company; Kerr-mcgee Corporation;cato Oil; Ppg Industries; the Firestone Tire and Rubbercompany; Foster Feed & Seed Co.; Texaco, Inc.; Powellsanitation Service, Inc., Defendants,hardage Steering Committee Members: Advance Chemicaldistribution, Inc.; Allied-signal, Inc.; at & Ttechnologies, Inc.; Ashland Oil, Inc.; Atlantic Richfieldcompany; Borg-warner Corporation; Exxon Corporation;gencorp, Inc.; Bull Hn Information Systems Inc.; Maremontcorporation; Mcdonnell-douglas Corporation; Mobil Chemicalcompany; Nalco Chemical Company; Oklahoma Gas & Electriccompany; the Oklahoma Publishing Company; Rockwellinternational Corporation; Texas Instruments, Incorporated;uniroyal, Inc.; Uop, Inc.; Westinghouse Electriccorporation; Weyerhaeuser Company; Diffee Motor Company;fruehauf Corporation, Fruehauf Division; Fruehaufcorporation, Doing Business As Hobbs Trailer; Mcalesterpublic Schools; Bob Mcbroom, Doing Business As Americanfurniture Stripping, Individually; Sooner Ford Truck Sales,inc., Defendants-third-party-plaintiffs-appellants Anddefendants-third-party-plaintiffs-appellees, v. A.h. Belo, Doing Business As Dallas Morning News; Joc Oil,morning News; Acme Fence & Iron Co.; Alamo Group Texas,inc.; Aar Oklahoma, Inc.; Aircraftsman, Inc.; Agnew Autoparts; American National Can Corporation; Anadite, Inc.;arrow Tank Trucks; Aztec Manufacturing; Arrow Industries;aviall of Texas, Inc.; Basf; Betz Laboratories, Inc.;blanks Engraving; Beazers Materials; Blackwell Zinccompany, Inc.; Broadway Machine & Motor Supply, Inc.; Thebucket Shop, Inc.; Charles Machine Works, Inc.; Containersupply, Inc.; Carnation Company; Container Corp. Ofamerica; Continental Can Company, Inc.; Cook Paint &varnish Co.; Ctu of Delaware; Country Home Meat Company;dart Industries; Delta Faucet Company; Del Paintcorporation; Dixico, Inc.; Downtown Airpark, Inc.; Drilexsystems, Inc.; Dubois Chemicals, Inc.; Dresser Industries,inc.; Drillers Engine & Supply, Inc.; Fisher Controls;gaf; E C Industries; Fred Jones Manufacturing Company;general Dynamics; General Motors Corporation; Gliddencompany; Scm Corporation; Groendyke Transport, Inc.;general Electric Company; Goodyear Tire and Rubber, Inc.;h.w. Allen; Hudiberg Chevrolet; Ingersoll-rand Oilfieldproducts Company; Hinderliter Tool; Johnson Controls,inc.; Johnson & Johnson Medical, Inc.; Orthopharmaceutical Corp.; Johnson-johnson Hospital; Surgikos,inc.; Kelly Moore Paint; Kerr Glass Manufacturing;jones-blair Co.; Laidlaw Waste; W.j. Lamberton; Mastermotor Rebuilders, Inc.; Fixture Morris Co.; Madix; Georgemckiddie, Doing Business As Capitol Grease Co.; Motorolla;northrop Worldwide Aircraft, Doing Business As Earl D.mills; Packaging Corporation of America; Parker-hannifincorp.; O'brien Corporation; Printpack, Inc.; Proctor &gamble Manufacturing Co.; Quebecor Printing; Maxwellcommunication; Riverside Press; Reliance Universal, Inc.;rotex Corporation; Sherwin Williams Company; Starmanufacturing; Sermatech; Southwest Electric Company;stearns & Foster Bedding; Susan Crane; Sublett &associates, Inc.; Teccor Electronics, Inc.; Trw, Inc.;turbodel; United Plating Works, Inc.; Valley Steelproducts Company; Unit Parts Company; United States Brasscorporation; Van Der Horst Usa; Waste Management Ofoklahoma; Western Unif
Date: December 5, 1995
Citation: 71 F.3d 1526
Clajon Production Corporation; Marion H. Scott, Mary C.scott, Husband and Wife; and Salt Creek Ranch,l.l.c., a Wyoming Limited Liabilitycorporation, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Pete E. Petera, Director of the Wyoming Game and Fishdepartment, in His Personal Capacity; Jay Lawson, Chiefgame Warden of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, in Hispersonal Capacity; the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission;dan Kennedy, Kevin Dooley, Mike Hunzie, Hal Corbett, Maryflitner, Kari Priewe, and David Steger, Members of Thewyoming Game and Fish Commission, in Their Personalcapacities, Defendants-appellees,national Wildlife Federation; Wyoming Wildlife Federation;phyllis Achison; Taylor Outfitters; Wyoming Outdoorcouncil; Dubois Wildlife Association; Heart Mountainwildlife Association; Greater Yellowstone Coalition;medicine Butte Wildlife Association; Wyoming Chapter of Thesierra Club; and Orion, the Hunters Institute,intervenors-appellees.clajon Production Corporation; Marion H. Scott, Mary C.scott, Husband and Wife; and Salt Creek Ranch,l.l.c., a Wyoming Limited Liabilitycorporation, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Pete E. Petera, Director of the Wyoming Game and Fishdepartment, in His Personal Capacity; Jay Lawson, Chiefgame Warden of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, in Hispersonal Capacity; the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission;dan Kennedy, Kevin Dooley, Mike Hunzie, Hal Corbett, Maryflitner, Kari Priewe, and David Steger, Members of Thewyoming Game and Fish Commission, in Their Personalcapacities, Defendants,national Wildlife Federation; Wyoming Wildlife Federation;phyllis Achison; Taylor Outfitters; Wyoming Outdoorcouncil; Dubois Wildlife Association; Heart Mountainwildlife Association; Greater Yellowstone Coalition;medicine Butte Wildlife Association; Wyoming Chapter of Thesierra Club; and Orion, the Hunters Institute,intervenors-appellants
Date: November 20, 1995
Citation: 70 F.3d 1566
Galen Schrag; Merlin Kaufman; Michael Maloney; Dalemccurry; A.j. Mccurry; Robert Mccurry; Odelmccurry; Cecil Mccurry; James Meier;william G. Schwartz,plaintiffs-appellants,john R. Nickelson, Individually, and in His Capacity Asadministrator of the Estate of Neola Nickelson, Plaintiff,james Craig Dodd, Esq., Appellant, v. Ted Dinges, Jr.; Gary Dinges; Mark Youngers; Charlesbrooks; Jay Ewing; Robert "bob" Simpson; Bonaventure A.kreutzer, Jr.; Denis Dieker; Valley Federal Savings & Loanassociation; Paganica, Inc.; Dinges International, Inc.;ag-marketing Commodities, Inc.; Financial Investments,inc., Defendants-appellees,andfred Schaffer, Defendant.galen Schrag, Merlin Kaufman; Michael Maloney; Dalemccurry; A.j. Mccurry; Robert Mccurry; Odelmccurry; Cecil Mccurry; James Meier;william G. Schwartz,plaintiffs-appellees,john R. Nickelson, Individually, and in His Capacity Asadministrator of the Estate of Neola Nickelson, Plaintiff, v. Ted Dinges, Jr.; Gary Dinges; Charles Brooks; Jay Ewing;fredf Shaffer; Robert "bob" Simpson; Bonaventure A.kreutzer, Jr.; Denis Dieker; Valley Federal Savings & Loanassociation; Paganica, Inc.; Dinges International, Inc.;ag-marketing Commodities, Inc.; Financial Investments,inc., Defendants,andmark Youngers, Defendant-appellant.galen Schrag; Merlin Kaufman; Michael Maloney; Dalemccurry; A.j. Mccurry; Robert Mccurry; Odelmccurry; Cecil Mccurry; James Meier;william G. Schwartz,plaintiffs-appellees,john R. Nickelson, Individually, and in His Capacity Asadministrator of the Estate of Neola Nickelson, Plaintiff, v. Ted Dinges, Jr.; Gary Dinges; Mark Youngers; Charlesbrooks; Jay Ewing; Fred Shaffer; Bonaventure A. Kreutzer,jr; Denis Dieker; Valley Federal Savings & Loanassociation; Paganica, Inc.; Dinges International, Inc.;ag-marketing Commodities, Inc.; Financial Investments,inc., Defendants,androbert "bob" Simpson, Aka Bob Simpson, Defendant-appellant
Date: November 14, 1995
Citation: 73 F.3d 374
John Benson and Glenn Ambort, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United States of America; Christopher L. Cardani, Assistantu.s. Attorney; Joseph Cloonan, Director, Irs Servicecenter, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Michael Bigelow,director, Irs Service Center, Ogden, Utah; Carol Fay, Irsdistrict Director, Salt Lake City, Utah; Carolyn Leonard,irs District Director, Portland, Oregon; Michael Wakamatsu,acting Chief, Irs Criminal Investigation Division, Portland,oregon; Peter Lalic, Chief, Irs Criminal Investigationdivision, Portland, Oregon; S. Ted Elder, Irs Special Agentbadge # 4857; Robert D. Manes, Irs Special Agent; Jamesjudd, Irs Special Agent; Jerry R. Wight, Irs Special Agent;rick Raven, Irs Special Agent; Greg Berent, Irs Specialagent; Jerold Pierce, Irs Special Agent; J. Thomashampton, Irs Agent Badge # 4724; M. Denise Gailey, Irsagent Badge # 4477; Michael Berry, Irs Agent; Curtjackson, Irs Agent Badge # 4060; Louis Pampfilio; Cheryljohnson, Irs Agent; Karen Hong, Irs Agent; Robertzavaglia, Chief of Criminal Investigation, Irs Salt Lakecity, Utah District; Dale Gailey, Irs Special Agent;denise Garrett, Irs Tax Investigative Aide; Dennis Packard,irs Special Agent, Defendants-appellees.andthe State of Nevada; the State of Oregon; Daniel Calvert,sheriff, Josephine County, Oregon; Linda Mcglivary, Deputysheriff, Josephine County, Oregon; Jim Brissette, Deputysheriff, Josephine County, Oregon; David Clear, Deputysheriff, Josephine County, Oregon; Ken E. Smith, Capacityunknown; Josephine County, State of Oregon, Defendants.glenn Ambort, Plaintiff-appellant,andjohn Benson, Plaintiff, v. United States of America; Christopher L. Cardani, Assistantu.s. Attorney; Joseph Cloonan, Director, Irs Servicecenter, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Michael Bigelow,director, Irs Service Center, Ogden, Utah; Carol Fay, Irsdistrict Director, Salt Lake City, Utah; Carolyn Leonard,irs District Director, Portland, Oregon; Michael Wakamatsu,acting Chief, Irs Criminal Investigation Division, Portland,oregon; Peter Lalic, Chief, Irs Criminal Investigationdivision, Portland, Oregon; S. Ted Elder, Irs Special Agentbadge # 4857; Robert D. Manes, Irs Special Agent; Jamesjudd, Irs Special Agent; Jerry R. Wight, Irs Special Agent;rick Raven, Irs Special Agent; Greg Berent, Irs Specialagent; Jerold Pierce, Irs Special Agent; J. Thomashampton, Irs Agent Badge # 4724; M. Denise Gailey, Irsagent Badge # 4477; Michael Berry, Irs Agent; Curtjackson, Irs Agent Badge # 4060; Louis Pampfilio; Cheryljohnson, Irs Agent; Karen Hong, Irs Agent; Robertzavaglia, Chief of Criminal Investigation, Irs Salt Lakecity, Utah District; Dale Gailey, Irs Special Agent;denise Garrett, Irs Tax Investigative Aide; Dennis Packard,irs Special Agent, Defendants-appellees.the State of Nevada; the State of Oregon; Daniel Calvert,sheriff, Josphine County, Oregon; Linda Mcglivary, Deputysheriff, Josephin County, Oregon; Jim Brissette, Deputysheriff, Josephine County, Oregon; David Clear, Deputysheriff, Josephine County, Oregon; Ken E. Smith, Capacityunkown; Josephine County, State of Oregon, Defendants
Date: November 13, 1995
Citation: 70 F.3d 123
Leonard K. Hiatt; Robert A. Bagby; Marvin Crabaugh; Garyw. Boatright; Ronald L. Roberson; Carl D. Houk; Jerroldb. Hutchings; Duane K. Hinkle; Larry L. Burback; Stephenj. Miller; Kim R. Hardman; Kenneth R. Covington; Michaele. Valentine; Gary L. Yanken; Patrick M. Herrley; Mike I.carlson; Randall O. Swarthout; Sammy L. Cross; Darrell D.miller; Ronald L. Stoddard; James D. Tolle; Larry S.clark; Robert T. Epler; Richard W. Cavender; Dale Young;robert F. Mcintosh; Julian R. Nelson; Walter T. Gronek;ronald E. Ostendorf; Ronald R. Johnson; Melvin E. Sayre;robert F. Lannon; Gerald T. Dueling; Philip J.eberhardt; Roxie L. Jackson; Russell P. Eggers; Ron G.van Northwick; Thomas M. Mcmurtry; Larry R. Mann; Mauricef. Mcdonald; Donald A. Raschke; Cleo D. Schroeder;kenneth W. Mcintosh; Robert A. Podjenski; Gilbert R.throm; Donald K. Peters; Robert G. Wenzel; Cecil B.miller; Leroy W. Roth; James L. Wells; Charles F. Smartt;james W. Jenkins; John J. Stamate; Gerry W. Spinden;david E. Dupree; Donald R. Smith; James P. Manary; Ronaldb. Hunt; Robert E. Williams; Dennis J. Smith; Gary E.metcalf; Benny L. Covington; Robert E. Wedgwood; Normanr. Thomas; Jon L. Stone; Steven L. Brown; John R.holloway; Warren H. Bush; Edward W. Berardino, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Union Pacific Railroad Company, a Utah Corporation; Unitedtransportation Union, Defendants-appellees,equal Employment Opportunity Commission; Equal Employmentadvisory Council, Amici Curiae.jerome J. Smith; Michael R. Ramold; Michael X. Kosmicki;richard J. Mccune; Daniel L. Eastman; Donald E. Looker;robert A. Harger; Steven L. Burbach; Donald S. Seghi;roland G. Beard; Earl J. Vance; Bruce O. Stafford;richard K. Loehning, Jr.; Tracy B. Miller; Gary L. Jones;robert M. Hagy; William A. Myers; Gene F. Noonan; Kennethj. Puchalski; Robert L. Keenan; Robert F. Garland; Davida. Growe; Michael P. O'neil; Timothy J. Hoppe; Albert G.kelsch; Steven F. Massey; John M. Crawford; Tarrell L.newman; Bill G. Hamilton; Verl W. Moore; Charles W. Rohe;albert W. Greenwood; Gerald A. Gompert; Gary L.katiepolt; Dick C. Jones; Jon Lutz; Charles D. Barnhill;larry G. Wright; Thomas W. Schaefer; John C. Rosenstock;steven E. Bishop; Roger G. Mazanec; Edward Jay Dietz;steve v. Brew; Lavern L. Brown; Donald Masek; Donaldrosekrans; Robert H. Hall; Jack A. Reighard; Roger E.rohrbouck; James Moritz; Harold Jones, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United Transportation Union; Burlington Northern Railroadcompany, a Delaware Corporation, Defendants-appellees,equal Employment Opportunity Commission; Equal Employmentadvisory Council, Amici Curiae
Date: September 8, 1995
Citation: 65 F.3d 838
No. 95-2028
Date: September 1, 1995
Citation: 66 F.3d 339