2005 Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Case Law

In Re John Ashton Wray, Jr., Appellant
Date: December 29, 2005
Citation: 433 F.3d 376
Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition; Coal River Mountain Watch; Natural Resources Defense Council, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. William Bulen, District Engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District; Robert B. Flowers, Lieutenant General, Chief of Engineers and Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Defendants-appellants, Andwest Virginia Coal Association; Kentucky Coal Association; Ohio Coal Association; Coal Operations and Associates, Incorporated; National Mining Association; Green Valley Coal Company, Intervenors-defendants,consol of Kentucky, Incorporated, Party in Interest.ohio Valley Environmental Coalition; Coal River Mountain Watch; Natural Resources Defense Council, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. West Virginia Coal Association; Kentucky Coal Association; Ohio Coal Association; Coal Operations and Associates, Incorporated; National Mining Association, Intervenors-defendants-appellants, Andwilliam Bulen, District Engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District; Robert B. Flowers, Lieutenant General, Chief of Engineers and Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Defendants,green Valley Coal Company, Intervenor-defendant,consol of Kentucky, Incorporated, Party in Interest.ohio Valley Environmental Coalition; Coal River Mountain Watch; Natural Resources Defense Council, Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Green Valley Coal Company, Intervenor-defendant-appellant, Andwilliam Bulen, District Engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District; Robert B. Flowers, Lieutenant General, Chief of Engineers and Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Defendants,consol of Kentucky, Incorporated, Party in Interest,west Virginia Coal Association; Kentucky Coal Association; Ohio Coal Association; Coal Operations and Associates, Incorporated; National Mining Association, Intervenors-defendants
Date: November 23, 2005
Citation: 429 F.3d 493
In Re Richard Edward Cabey, Movant
Date: November 15, 2005
Citation: 429 F.3d 93
Timothy Cox, Plaintiff-appellant, Andcathy Rider, Plaintiff, v. City of Charleston, South Carolina; Rueben Greenberg, Individually and in His Official Capacity As Chief of Police for the City of Charleston; Joseph Riley, Jr., Individually and in His Official Capacity As Mayor of the City of Charleston; Captain Chin, Individually and in His Official Capacity As an Officer of the Charleston Police Department; Officer Davis, Individually and in His Official Capacity As an Officer of the Charleston Police Department; City of Travelers Rest, South Carolina; Mann Batson, Individually and in His Official Capacity As Mayor of the City of Travelers Rest; Timothy Christy, Individually and in His Official Capacity As Chief of Police for the City of Travelers Rest, Defendants-appellees.timothy Cox, Plaintiff-appellee, Andcathy Rider, Plaintiff, v. City of Travelers Rest, South Carolina; Mann Batson, Individually and in His Official Capacity As Mayor of the City of Travelers Rest; Timothy Christy, Individually and in His Official Capacity As Chief of Police for the City of Travelers Rest, Defendants-appellants, Andcity of Charleston, South Carolina; Rueben Greenberg, Individually and in His Official Capacity As Chief of Police for the City of Charleston; Joseph Riley, Jr., Individually and in His Official Capacity As Mayor of the City of Charleston; Captain Chin, Individually and in His Official Capacity As an Officer of the Charleston Police Department; Officer Davis, Individually and in His Official Capacity As an Officer of the Charleston Police Department, Defendants
Date: July 26, 2005
Citation: 416 F.3d 281
J. Douglas Pinney, M.d.; Patricia S. Colonell, Individually and on Behalf of All Others Similarly Situated; Francis J. Farina, Individually and on Behalf of All Those Similarly Situated; Garrett J. Naquin; Ronald Leblanc; Judith A. Kaufman; Asher Rubenstein; Crystall Gilliam; Dimitri Mack; Riedy Gimpelson, Individually and on Behalf of All Others Similarly Situated; Sarah Dahlgren, on Behalf of Herself and All Others Similarly Situated; Linda Barrell; Blayne Minogue; Brian Lane Barrett; Diana Barrett; David C. Keller; Marsha L. Keller, Plaintiffs-appellants, v. Nokia, Incorporated, A/k/a Nokia Mobile Phones, Incorporated, A/k/a Nokia Corporation; Nec America, Incorporated; Ericsson Wireless Communications, Incorporated, A/k/a Ericsson, Incorporated; Sprint Pcs Limited Partnership, A/k/a Sprint Pcs, A/k/a Sprint Spectrum, Llp, A/k/a Sprint Spectrum; Audiovox Communications Corporation; Nextel Communications, Incorporated, A/k/a Nextel Communications of the Mid-atlantic, Incorporated, A/k/a Nextel Partners, Incorporated, A/k/a Nextel; Matsushita Corporation of America, A/k/a Panasonic Corporation; Philips Electronics North America Corporation; Qualcomm Incorporated; Samsung Electronics America, Incorporated, A/k/a Samsung Electronics; Sanyo North America, Incorporated, A/k/a Sanyo Business Systems Corporation, A/k/a Sanyo North America Group; Sony Electronics, Incorporated; at & T Corporation, A/k/a at & T; Verizon Maryland, Incorporated, A/k/a Verizon, A/k/a Verizon Wireless, Formerly Known As Bell Atlantic Maryland, Incorporated; Verizon Communications, Incorporated, Formerly Known As Bell Atlantic Corporation; Verizon Wireless, A/k/a Nynex, A/k/a Bell Atlantic Nynex, A/k/a Bell Atlantic Mobile, Incorporated, A/k/a Bell Atlantic Nynexmobile; Cellco Partnership, D/b/a Verizon Wireless, Formerly Known As Bell Atlantic Nynex Mobile, Formerly Known As Bell Atlantic Mobile; Cingular Wireless, Llc, Formerly Known As Bellsouth Mobility, Incorporated, A/k/a Southwestern Bell Wireless, Formerly Known As Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems, Incorporated; Cingular Wireless, A/k/a Washington/baltimore Cellular Limited Partnership; Sbc Communications, Incorporated; Cellular One Group, A/k/a Cellular One; Voicestream Wireless Corporation; C.e.i., Incorporated, A/k/a Communications Electronics, A/k/a Communications Electronics, Incorporated; Baltimore Business Communications, Incorporated; Comcast/metrophone; Radiofone; Powertel, Incorporated; Powertel Pcs, Incorporated; Powertel/atlanta, Incorporated; Mitsubishi Wireless Communications, Incorporated; Motorola, Incorporated, a Delaware Corporation; Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association, a District of Columbia Corporation; Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association; Telecommunications Industry Association, A/k/a Tia; Nextel Partners Operating Corporation, Defendants-appellees, Andwestinghouse Communications; Southern Telecom, Incorporated, A/k/a Southern Linc; John Does 1-100; Lgic Corporation; Panasonic Corporation; Samsung Sdi Company; Sanyo Corporation; Sony Corporation; Planet Cellular Communications, Incorporated; Visitor Cellular L.l.c.; Bell South Mobility; Kyocera Wireless Corporation; Mci Worldcom Communications, Incorporated; U.S. West Wireless, L.l.c., a Colorado Corporation; U.S. West Communications, Incorporated, a Colorado Corporation; Gte Mobilnet of San Diego, Incorporated, a Delaware Corporation; Gte Wireless San Diego, Llc, a California Limited Liability; Cellular Carriers Association of California, a California Corporation; Ab Cellular Holdings, Llc, D/b/a La Cellular, D/b/a Los Angeles Cellular Telephone Company, Defendants
Date: March 16, 2005
Citation: 402 F.3d 430
No. 04-1138
Date: January 3, 2005
Citation: 393 F.3d 484