2004 Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Case Law

In Re: the Wallace & Gale Company, Debtor.roy E. Jones; Andrew R. Youngbar; Louise Holcomb, Personal Representative of the Estate of Cossie Holcomb; Robert M. Barber, Personal Representative of the Estate of Milton Barber, Intervenors-plaintiffs-appellants, v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company; Hartford Insurance Company; Continental Casualty Company; Adriatic Insurance Company; St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company; Granite State Insurance Company; New Hampshire Insurance Company; Travelers Casualty and Surety Company, Defendants-appellees, Andthe Wallace & Gale Company; Mayor of Baltimore; City Council of Baltimore City; American Employers Insurance Company; International Insurance Company, Defendants,the Aetna Casualty and Surety Company, Intervenor-defendant.porter Hayden Company; Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Porter Hayden; Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Acands, Incorporated; Acands, Incorporated; Jt Thorpe Company; Celotex Asbestos Settlement Trust, Amici Supporting Appellant.complex Insurance Claims Litigation Association; the American Insurance Association; Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London, Amici Supporting Appellee.in Re: the Wallace & Gale Company, Debtor.roy E. Jones; Andrew R. Youngbar; Louise Holcomb, Personal Representative of the Estate of Cossie Holcomb; Robert M. Barber, Personal Representative of the Estate of Milton Barber, Intervenors-plaintiffs, v. Travelers Casualty and Surety Company, Defendant-appellant, v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Defendant-appellee, Andthe Wallace & Gale Company; Mayor of Baltimore; City Council of Baltimore City; Hartford Insurance Company; Cna-continental Casualty Company; Adriatic Insurance Company; St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company; American Employers Insurance Company; International Insurance Company; Granite State Insurance Company; New Hampshire Insurance Company, Defendants,the Aetna Casualty and Surety Company, Intervenor-defendant
Date: October 6, 2004
Citation: 385 F.3d 820
Verizon Maryland, Incorporated, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Global Naps, Incorporated; the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Tcg-maryland, Defendants-appellees,united States of America, Intervenor/defendant-appellee, Andmcimetro Access Transmission Services, Llc; American Communications Services of Maryland, Incorporated, D/b/a E.spire Communications, Incorporated; Maryland Office of People's Counsel; Mci Worldcom Communications, Incorporated, Formerly Known As Mfs Intelenet of Maryland, Incorporated; Rcn Telecom Communications, Llc; Glenn F. Ivey, in His Official Capacity As Chairman of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Claude M. Ligon, in His Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; E. Mason Hendrickson, in His Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Susan Brogan, in Her Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Publicservice Commission of Maryland; Catherine I. Riley, in Her Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Core Communications, Incorporated; J. Joseph Curran, Iii, in His Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Gail C. Mcdonald, in Her Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Ronald A. Guns, in His Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Harold Williams, Defendants.verizon Maryland, Incorporated, Plaintiff-appellee, v. the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Catherine I. Riley, in Her Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; 2 J. Joseph Curran, Iii, in His Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Gail C. Mcdonald, in Her Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Ronald A. Guns, in His Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Harold Williams, Defendants-appellants,global Naps, Incorporated; Tcgmaryland, Defendants-appellees,united States of America, Intervenor/defendant-appellee, Andmcimetro Access Transmission Services, Llc; American Communications Services of Maryland, Incorporated, D/b/a E.spire Communications, Incorporated; Maryland Office of People's Counsel; Mci Worldcom Communications, Incorporated, Formerly Known As Mfs Intelenet of Maryland, Incorporated; Rcn Telecom Services of Maryland, Incorporated; Starpower Communications, Llc; 3 Glenn F. Ivey, in His Official Capacity As Chairman of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Claude M. Ligon, in His Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; E. Mason Hendrickson, in His Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Susan Brogan, in Her Official Capacity As Commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Maryland; Core Communications, Incorporated, Defendants
Date: August 2, 2004
Citation: 377 F.3d 355
Paul Nagy, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Fmc Butner, Defendant-appellee
Date: July 21, 2004
Citation: 376 F.3d 252
United States of America, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Undetermined Amount of U.S. Currency and Funds in the Following Accounts: First Union National Bank, Account Number 2000000885359, Held in the Name of or on Behalf of Mountain Top Farms, Llc; First Union National Bank, Account Number 2075293094034, Held in the Name of or on Behalf of R & V Warren Farms, Inc.; First Union National Bank, Account Number 2000001217308, Held in the Name of or on Behalf of R & V Warren Farms, Inc.; First Union National Bank, Account Number 400189966, Held in the Name of or on Behalf of R & V Warren Farms, Inc.; First Union National Bank, Account Number 69502288, Held in the Name of or on Behalf of R & V Warren Farms, Inc.; First Union National Bank, Account Number 2000000578022, Held in the Name of or on Behalf of Warren and Sandoval Farms, Llc; First Citizens Bank & Trust Company, Account Number 001212748290, Held in the Name of or on Behalf of Pvr Produce, Inc.; First Citizens Bank & Trust Company, Account Number 001212759803, Held in the Name of or on Behalf of R & V Warren Farms, Inc., Cattle Division; First Citizens Bank & Trust Company, Account Number 001212760097, Held in the Name of or on Behalf of R & V Warren Trucking Co., Inc.; Central Carolina Bank and Trust Company, As Successor in Interest to First Union National Bank Account Number 2000000885359, Held in the Name of or on Behalf of Mountain Top Farms, Llc; Central Carolina Bank and Trust Company, As Successor in Interest to First Union National Bank Account Number 2000000578022, Held in the Name of or on Behalf of Warren and Sandoval Farms, Llc; the Hartford Financial Services Group, Incorporated, Annuity Policy Number 710473987 (associated with First Union National Bank Account Number 69502288), Defendants-appellees, Androbert Warren; Viki Warren; Central Carolina Bank and Trust Company; First Citizens Bank & Trust Company, Claimants-appellees
Date: July 21, 2004
Citation: 376 F.3d 260
No. 02-2306
Date: June 18, 2004
Citation: 372 F.3d 294
No. 02-1271
Date: June 16, 2004
Citation: 372 F.3d 281
No. 02-1980
Date: June 3, 2004
Citation: 370 F.3d 392
The Pittston Company; Buffalo Mining Company; Clinchfield Coal Company; Eastern Coal Corporation; Elkay Mining Company; Jewell Ridge Coal Corporation; Kentland-elkhorn Coal Corporation; Meadow River Coal Company; Pittston Coal Group; Ranger Fuel Corporation, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United States of America, Defendant & Third Party Plaintiff-appellee, v. Michael H. Holland, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Plan; Elliot A. Segal, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; William P. Hobgood, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Marty D. Hudson, Trustee of the United Mine Workers Ofamerica Combined Benefit Fund; Thomas O.s. Rand, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Gail R. Wilensky, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Carl E. Van Horn, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Carlton R. Sickles, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund, Third Party Defendants-appellees,the Bituminous Coal Operators' Association, Incorporated, Intervenor, Andinternational Union, United Mine Workers of America, Party in Interest.the Pittston Company; Buffalo Mining Company; Clinchfield Coal Company; Eastern Coal Corporation; Elkay Mining Company; Jewell Ridge Coal Corporation; Kentland-elkhorn Coal Corporation; Meadow River Coal Company; Pittston Coal Group; Ranger Fuel Corporation, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United States of America, Defendant & Third Party Plaintiff-appellee, v. Michael H. Holland, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Plan; Elliot A. Segal, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; William P. Hobgood, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Marty D. Hudson, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Thomas O.s. Rand, Trustee of the United Mine Workersof America Combined Benefit Fund; Gail R. Wilensky, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Carl E. Van Horn, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Carlton R. Sickles, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund, Third Party Defendants-appellees,the Bituminous Coal Operators' Association, Incorporated, Intervenor, Andinternational Union, United Mine Workers of America, Party in Interest. the Pittston Company; Buffalo Mining Company; Clinchfield Coal Company; Eastern Coal Corporation; Elkay Mining Company; Jewell Ridge Coal Corporation; Kentland-elkhorn Coal Corporation; Meadow River Coal Company; Pittston Coal Group; Ranger Fuel Corporation, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. United States of America, Defendant & Third Party Plaintiff-appellee, v. Michael H. Holland, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Plan; Elliot A. Segal, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; William P. Hobgood, 4 Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Marty D. Hudson, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Thomas O.s. Rand, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Gail R. Wilensky, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Carl E. Van Horn, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund; Carlton R. Sickles, Trustee of the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund, Third Party Defendants-appellees, Andthe Bituminous Coal Operators' Association, Incorporated; International Union, United Mine Workers of America, Parties in Interest.the Pittston Company; Buffalo Mining Company; Clinchfield Coal Company; Eastern Coal Corporation; Elkay Mining Company; Jewell Ridge Coal Corporation; Kentland-elkhorn Coal Corporation; Meadow River Coal Company; Pittston Coal Group; Ran
Date: May 18, 2004
Citation: 368 F.3d 385
Debra Gariety; Horst O. Bischoff, As Trustee of Bischoff Family Trust; Pamela Hanyzewki; John J. Cline; Thomas Allen, Individually and on Behalf of All Others Similarly Situated; Thomas J. Shannon, Jr., As Trustee, Natural Parent and Guardian Of; Smv Holding Company, Pll; Vincent Paul; Charles Thornton, Individually and As Trustee, Sep; Fred L. Millner; Warren H. Hyde; Caryl Hyde; Teen Response, Incorporated; Elizabeth B. Sponseller; Michael J. Sponseller; Terry Overholser; and Lawrence Corman, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated, Plaintiffs-appellees, Andcrystal N. Shannon; City National Bank, a Banking Corporation; Coast Partners Financial Corporation, Formerly Known As Coast Partners Securities, Incorporated, a California Corporation, Plaintiffs, Andfederal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Intervenor-plaintiff, v. Grant Thornton, Llp, Defendant-appellant, Andherman & Cormany; Michael Graham; Billy Jean Cherry; Terry Lee Church; Estate of J. Knox Mcconnell, Philip C. Petty, Administrator; Louis J. Pais; Michael F. Gibson; Andrew L. Rago; Julian G. Budnick; Gary Ellis; J & J Construction Company; Hermie Church; Diversified Capital Markets; Michael Patterson; E.e. Powell & Company, Incorporated; John Does 1-100; Robert Wagner; Quantum Capital Corporation; Ferris, Baker, Watts, Incorporated; Scott & Stringfellow; Nancy Vorono; Gunnallen Financial Incorporated; Jack Ingold; Regis Securities Corporation, A/k/a Quantum Securities Corporation; Nancy Vargo; Tom Dooley; Garvin Tankersley; Ellen Turpin; Lora Mckinney; Michael Patterson, Incorporated; Kutak Rock; Alan D. Strasser, an Individual; Michael D. Lambert, an Individual; Vida Headrick; Evelyn Herron; Jeanie Wimmer; Virginia Burks; Debra Bailey; Susan Dalton; Robbin White; Constance Evans, Defendants, Andmelissa Quizenbeury; Hog Pen Enterprises, Incorporated; Jlt Enterprises; Keystone Hardware; C & H Ranch; Marbil, Incorporated; Hc & Tc Trust; Dolores Hughes; Bill Pack; Wendy Pack; Tammy Fisher; Larry Fisher; Herman Fisher; Judy Kahl; Andrew T. Rapoff; Donna Marie Rapoff; Michael A. Rapoff; Danny Rapoff; Nancy E. Kelanon; David Rapoff; Andrew J. Rapoff; Michael J. Cherry; Roslyn A. Cherry; Leah M. Cherry; Rachel L. Cherry; Daniel T. Halsey; Sunrise Automotive Group, Incorporated; Nancy E. Kelahan; Terry L. Rose, Intervenors-defendants, Andh. Lynden Graham, Jr., Trustee, v. Advanta Mortgage Corporation Usa; Celink, Incorporated, Formerly Known As Compulink Service, Incorporated, Third Party Defendants, Andhargrave Military Academy, a Non-profit Corporation; Waynesburg College, a Non-profit Corporation; Michael Cherry; Timmy Cline; Vickie Cline; the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency; First Commerce of America, Parties in Interest.united Bank, Incorporated, Formerly Known As United National Bank; Terry Witt; Gregory Witt; David Witt; Scott Witt; Gary Witt; Dennis Witt, Movants
Date: May 12, 2004
Citation: 368 F.3d 356
In Re: Billy Williams, Movant
Date: March 26, 2004
Citation: 364 F.3d 235