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Summary: 671 F. Supp. In defendant Union's motion for summary judgment and plaintiff's motion for partial summary judgment, the parties address the question whether section 19 of the National Labor Relations Act ("NLRA"), 29 U.S.C. § 169 (1980), limits the scope of section 701(j) of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e(j). Buckley v. American Fed'n of Television and Radio Artists, 496 F.2d 305, 311 (2d Cir.)I. Case Law The first case to comment on the 1980 amendment of section 19 was Tooley, more.

Summary: 71 F. Supp. It appears from the petition that petitioner, on December 11, 1944, was tried before a naval general court martial at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, for two offenses, to-wit: The crime of murder alleged to have been committed on or about August 7, 1944, at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Oahu, Hawaii, and the crime of assault with intent to commit murder alleged to have been committed at the same time and place upon the same victim. Innes v. Crystal, 2 Cir., 131 F.2d 576; Ex parte Benton, D.C., more.

Summary: 82 F. Supp. It alleges that he so was persuaded upon representation by the counsel for the government that he would receive a very lenient sentence, not to exceed 18 months' imprisonment; that the district court on July 1, 1947, sentenced him to four years' imprisonment; that he then and there, before the judgment sentencing him was entered, immediately moved for the appointment of counsel and that instead of appointing one the court thereupon set aside the four year sentence and imposed one more.

Summary: 240 B.R. 617 (1999) In re Leslie George W. HURDLE, Celia Jane Hurdle, Debtors. Debtors Leslie George W. Hurdle and Celia Jane Hurdle ("Debtors") seek an order (1) enjoining the Chapter 7 Trustee, Byron Z. Moldo ("Trustee"), from collecting royalties which they claim are exempt pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure Section 704.070; (2) requiring the Trustee to refund to the Debtors any and all royalty monies which have been transmitted to the Trustee, by ASCAP (American Society of more.

Summary: 835 F. Supp. Plaintiff asserts it is entitled to summary judgment because the six year statute of limitations set forth in 28 U.S.C. § 2415(a) did not begin to run until September 23, 1985, when it sent the demand letter to Mrs. Thornburg and, because the statute was tolled during the pendency of the bankruptcy proceedings, the filing is timely. Alternatively, Plaintiff contends that even if the statute of limitations under § 2415(a) has expired, the SBA's right to seek foreclosure of the more.

Summary: 120 F. Supp. Farmers Co-op Oil Co. v. Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., 8 Cir., 1942, 133 F.2d 101; Alabama Independent Service Station Ass'n v. Shell Petroleum Corp., D.C.1939, 28 F. Supp. U. S. v. Starlite Drive-In, 7 Cir., 1953, 204 F.2d 419; Sears Roebuck & Co. v. Blade, D.C.1953, 110 F. Supp.

Summary: 500 F. Supp. As set forth in this court's earlier Opinion, Morici Corp. v. United States, 491 F. Supp. As discussed at length in Morici I, this court granted the Government's motion to dismiss based on the immunity accorded to the United States by 33 U.S.C. § 702c which provides in part: No liability of any kind shall attach to or rest upon the United States for any damage from or by floods or flood waters at any place .... [1] The court declared: section 702c immunizes the United States from more.