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Summary: (2008) Christopher A. JONES, Petitioner, v. E.K. McDANIEL, et al., Respondents. Petitioner Christopher Jones ("Petitioner"), a prisoner at Ely State Prison, seeks a writ of habeas corpus, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2254, affording relief from sanctions imposed at two disciplinary hearings. Petitioner filed a motion to strike two of Respondents' exhibits on December 19, 2002, on the basis that the documents were not considered by the hearing officer at the disciplinary hearing. [1] On March 24, more.

Summary: 299 F. Supp. STANDARD OF REVIEW Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 56(c) mandates entry of summary judgment if the pleadings and supporting documents, when viewed in the light most favorable to the non-moving party, "show that there is no genuine issue as to any material fact . . ." See Rose v. Wells Fargo & Co., 902 F.2d 1417, 1420 (9th Cir.1990); Palmer v. United States, 794 F.2d 534, 536 (9th Cir. See v. Durang, 711 F.2d 141 (9th Cir.1983). DISCUSSION With regard to a claim for collection on a more.

Summary: (2008) D.E. SHAW LAMINAR PORTFOLIOS, LLC, et al., Plaintiffs, v. ARCHON CORP., Defendant. I. BACKGROUND In 1993, Defendant Archon Corp. ("Archon"),[1] a Nevada corporation, issued a class of equity securities designated as Exchangeable Redeemable Preferred Stock ("Exchangeable Preferred Stock" or "EPS"). Shares of the EPS could be redeemed at any time, at Archon's election, upon notice and by resolution of Archon's Board of Directors and upon payment of a redemption price equal to the more.

Summary: 573 F. Supp. 717 (1982) PRODUCTIONS & LEASING, etc., et al., Plaintiff, v. HOTEL CONQUISTADOR, INC., etc., et al., Defendants. *718 *719 Thomas F. Pitaro, Las Vegas, Nev., Stanley I. Greenberg, Los Angeles, Cal., for plaintiff Productions & Leasing. D. Brian McKay, Atty. Gen., State of Nev., Gaming Div., Las Vegas, Nev., for defendants Nevada Gaming Com'n and its members, and for Nevada Gaming Control Bd. This matter is before the Court on a Motion to Dismiss Complaint and a Motion to Strike, more.

Summary: 919 F. Supp. I. Introduction This is a civil in rem forfeiture action brought by the United States pursuant to 21 U.S.C. § 881 against certain property, both real and personal, owned by Marcus Zybach, Francillia Emmanuel, and Clive Lawrence. United States v. 3 Parcels in La Plata County, Colorado, 53 F.3d 341, 1995 WL 261138 (9th Cir.1995) (reversing grant of summary judgment in favor of the United States). Beacon Enterprises v. Menzies, 715 F.2d 757, 762 (2d Cir.1983). Local 659, 598 F.2d 551 ( more.

Summary: 438 F. Supp. 2d 1207 (2006) CONSEJO DE DESARROLLO ECONOMICO DE MEXICALL, AC; Citizens United for Resources and the Environment; and Desert Citizens Against Pollution, Plaintiffs, v. UNITED STATES of America; Gale Norton, Secretary of the Department of the Interior; and John W. Keys III, Commissioner of the Bureau of Reclamation, Defendants. City of Calexico, Plaintiff-Intervenor, Imperial Irrigation District; San Diego County Water Authority; Central Arizona Water Conservation District; State more.

Summary: 343 F. Supp. 2d 957 (2004) Robert A. BROWN; Glenbrook Capital LP; George P. Drake; CN & L Investment Corp.; and Andrew Kaufman, Plaintiffs, v. KINROSS GOLD, U.S.A.; Kinam Gold, Inc.; Kinross Gold Corporation; and Robert M. Buchan, Defendants. *959 Thomas F. Kummer, Esq., L. Joe Coppedge, Esq., Kummer Kaempfer Bonner & Renshaw, Las Vegas, Merrill G. Davidoff, Esq., Michael Dell'Angelo, Esq., Berger & Montague, P.C., Philadelphia, PA, Reginald H. Howe, Esq., Belmont, MA, for Plaintiffs. Presently more.

Summary: 536 F. Supp. 2d 1236 (2008) Amy HECHT, Plaintiff, v. SUMMERLIN LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY, a Nevada corporation; The Sapphire Club Group Health & Dental Plan, Defendants. According to the Amended Complaint, both Sapphire Club and Summerlin Life legally Were required to advise Hecht of her right to continue her health insurance benefits under the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act ("COBRA') and Nevada Revised Statute § 689B.200. Third Party Defendant CHSI moves to dismiss the more.

Summary: 894 F. Supp. [1] The Public Health Service subsequently provided Dr. Raffaele with application materials for the position of a Public Health Service Officer and indicated that, if selected, he could legally terminate his office lease under Section 304 of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act of 1940 (50 U.S.C.Appx. On April 5, 1993, Dr. Raffaele reported to his assignment in Lame Deer and, on April 25, 1993, provided written confirmation to Omega that he had terminated his lease pursuant more.

Summary: 503 F. Supp. Joseph F. DePietro, Sacramento, Cal., for U. S. Dept. of Interior. THE WATER RIGHTS FROM THE UNITED STATES' APPROPRIATION FOR THE NEWLANDS PROJECT. The water rights on the Newlands Project covered by approved water right applications and contracts are appurtenant to the land irrigated and are owned by the individual land owners in the Project. The United States may have title to the irrigation works, but as to the appurtenant water rights it maintains only a lien-holder's interest more.

Summary: 490 F. Supp. *1092 *1093 *1094 *1095 *1096 *1097 *1098 Carolyn Burton, The Law Offices of Carolyn Beasley Burton, Walnut Creek, CA, Dirk A. Ravenholt, Las Vegas, NV, Robert J. Bonsignore, Nathan R. Long, Paul C. Echohawk, Echohawk Law Offices, Pocatello, ID, Carol P. Laplant, Mark C. Choate, Choate Law Firm, Juneau, AK, Arthur Y. Park, Don V. Huynh, John C. McLaren, Laurent J. Remillard, Jr., Park Park Yu & Remillard, Wayne D. Parsons, Honolulu, HI, Brendan V. Johnson, Matthew T. Tobin, Johnson more.

Summary: 586 F. Supp. There is no evidence that plaintiff has made any effort to have a copyright notice incorporated into the 28 two-board Joker Poker programs which were sold as a part of two-board games. The most credible evidence is that between 250 and 300 one-board Joker Poker games, programmed to display a copyright notice, were manufactured by plaintiff, and sold to defendants for distribution. Previous Litigation In Videotronics, Inc., v. Bend Electronics, 564 F. Supp. Plaintiff's failure to more.

Summary: 276 F. Supp. Hosp., 236 F.3d 1148, 1154 (9th Cir.2001)(citing Zenith Radio Corp., 475 U.S. at 587, 106 S. Ct. 1348). v. Oskar, 247 F.3d 986, 997 (9th Cir.2001)(citing Keenan v. Allan, 91 F.3d 1275, 1279 (9th Cir.1996))(quotations omitted). Lugot v. Harris, 499 F. Supp.

Summary: 808 F. Supp. Before the Court is Defendants' Motion to Disqualify Robert J. Kossack as Counsel to Plaintiff Lin Kalinauskas (# 15) which was filed on September 18, 1992. A second motion before the Court is Defendants' Motion to Dismiss State Claims; Motion to Stay all Proceedings Pending Ruling on Defendants' Motion to Disqualify Plaintiff's Counsel Robert Kossack (# 17) which was filed on September 21, 1992. 1985); In Re Coordinated Pretrial Proceedings, Etc., 658 F.2d 1355, 1360-61 (9th more.

Summary: 812 F. Supp. BACKGROUND On July 9, 2010, Defendants Federal National Mortgage Association ("Fannie Mae") and Intervenor Federal Housing Finance Agency ("FHFA") filed a petition for removal to this Court and attached Plaintiffs' Third Amended Complaint ("TAC"), the operative complaint. The false statements were made in the "State of Nevada Declaration of Value" form "in the record of the various County Recorders that Freddie Mac and/or defendant Fannie Mae were and are a tax-exempt `Government more.

Summary: 366 F. Supp. *852 Landels, Ripley & Diamond by John M. Anderson and Yaroslav Sochynsky, San Francisco, Cal., and Hawkins, Rhodes & Hawkins by F. DeArmond Sharp, Reno, Nev., for plaintiffs. Under Nevada's new attachment law, the Court may order the Clerk to issue a writ of attachment, following notice and hearing, in a case involving an action upon a contract for the direct payment of money where the contract is "not secured by mortgage, lien or pledge upon real or personal property situated in more.

Summary: 18 F. Supp. The special master's proposed finding on "Effect of Law as Safety Measure" is as follows: "The operation of plaintiff's railroad on Nevada line under the law by restricting the number of car units in trains would reduce the amount of potential slack that exists between coupled cars of a freight train, thereby effecting one of the factors that contributes to the severity of slack action accidents; it would make the work of inspecting and supervising freight trains while in motion more.

Summary: 376 F. Supp. United States v. Winnett, 165 F.2d 149, 151 (9th Cir. See NRS § 104.9201; United States v. Lebanon Woolen Mills Corp., 241 F. Supp. 1960); Monroe Banking & Trust Co. v. Allen, 286 F. Supp. 201 (N.D.Miss.1968); United States v. Lebanon Woolen Mills Corp., supra; United States v. Lester, 235 F. Supp. 115 (S.D.N.Y.1964); Transmix Concrete of Rockdale v. United States, 142 F. Supp. 306 (W.D.Tex.1956); Central Surety & Insurance Corp. v. Martin Infante Co., 164 F. Supp. 1972); L. B. more.

Summary: 247 F. Supp. 2d 1171 (2003) CAESARS WORLD, INC. and Park Place Entertainment Corporation, Plaintiffs, v. Cyrus MILANIAN and the New Las Vegas Development Company, LLC, Defendants. Melvin K. Silverman, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Andras F. Babero, Law Office of Andras Babero, Las Vegas, NV, C. Hunterton, Hunterton & Associates, Las Vegas, NV, Gregory Buhyoff, Law Office of Gregory F. Buhyoff, Las Vegas, NV, Samuel *1175 Benham, Hunterton & Associates, Las Vegas, NV, for the Defendants. This matter more.