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Summary: 25 F. Supp. This matter comes before the Court on plaintiffs' motions for reconsideration and clarification of this Court's July 7, 1998 opinion and order limiting the scope of the alleged fraud plaintiffs may prosecute under the False Claims Act. As prior students at Omega, plaintiffs Diane Haskins ("Haskins") and Beverlee Ralph ("Ralph") (collectively "plaintiffs" or "relators")[1] have brought a qui tam action on behalf of themselves and other former and current Omega paralegal students more.

Summary: 797 F. Supp. OPINION IRENAS, District Judge: In this diversity case defendants move for an order, in limine, determining that the provisions of N.J.S.A. 39:6A-12 should be applied to bar the plaintiff from introducing at trial evidence of her medical expenses, notwithstanding that her insurance carrier has paid only $10,000 of these expenses. Resolution of this issue depends on a determination of whether N.J.S.A. 17:28-1.4 obligates an insurer who issues a policy to a Pennsylvania resident more.

Summary: 505 F. Supp. Cf. Hamilton v. Roth, 624 F.2d 1204 (3rd Cir. The more difficult question is whether the Rules of Decision Act, 28 U.S.C. § 1652, as interpreted by Erie Railroad v. Tompkins, 304 U.S. 64, 58 S. Ct. 817, 82 L. Ed. See, e. g., Wells v. McCarthy, 432 F. Supp. & Hospital, 435 F. Supp.

Summary: 933 F. Supp. Hankin Sandson & Sandman, P.C. by Thomas F. Bradley (argued), Atlantic City, NJ, for Defendant John Mooney. Compensatory Damages (§ 21) ....................................420 E. Punitive Damages ...................................................421 F. Remittitur .........................................................423 1. CONCLUSION .............................................................431 IRENAS, District Judge: Following a sexual discrimination more.

Summary: 80 F. Supp. 2d 282 (1999) Joseph DINO and Patricia Dino, Plaintiff, v. FARRELL LINES, INC., SS Argonaut, ABC Vessel Owner 1-10 (10 being fictitious and unknown), John Doe Master Officer 1-10 (10 being fictitious and unknown), XYZ Maintenance Company 1-10 (10 being fictitious and unknown) v. American Maritime Services, Inc. AMS was engaged by Farrell on 18 January 1997 to perform snow and ice removal services on the deck of SS Argonaut. at 116; Lambos Declaration, Exhibit K (Verified Declaration more.

Summary: 615 F. Supp. The BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITIES and Office of Cable Television, an agency of the State of New Jersey and a division thereof, NYT Cable TV, a division of The New York Times Company, and the State of New Jersey and Irwin I. Kimmelman, Attorney General of New Jersey, Defendants, and New Jersey Cable Television Association, Defendant-Intervenor. Direct Satellite Communications, Inc. ("DirectSat"), the SMATV firm, has entered into exclusive agreements with the Homeowners Associations to more.

Summary: 430 F. Supp. William F. Hyland, Atty. Gen., by Robert E. Popkin, Deputy Atty. Gen., Trenton N.J., for plaintiff Ann Klein. This case involves the efforts of the State of New Jersey and four hundred fifty Medicaid patients to block the termination of federal financial participation for services provided at the Shore Manor Nursing Home under Title XIX of the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. § 1396 et seq.[1] The Commissioner of New Jersey's Department of Institutions and Agencies and three Shore more.

Summary: 258 F. Supp. 2d 382 (2003) HUDSON NEWS COMPANY, Plaintiff, v. FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY, Defendants. Before the Court is Plaintiff, Hudson News Company's Petition to Remand this matter to the New Jersey Superior Court in Hudson County, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1447, and Defendant, Federal Insurance Company's Cross-Motion for Transfer of Venue to the Southern District of New York pursuant to the Air Transportation Safety and System Stabilization Act, Pub.L. For the reasons set forth below, this more.

Summary: 718 F. Supp. Plaintiff Warner-Lambert Company ("Warner-Lambert") brings the instant motion for a preliminary injunction against defendant McCrory Corporation's ("McCrory") sale of an unflavored medicinal mouthwash product in a trade dress that allegedly infringes upon the trade dress of plaintiff's product Listerine Antiseptic ("Listerine") in violation of § 43(a) of the Lanham Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1125(a) and N.J. S.A. 56:4-1. See Citibank, N.A. v. City Trust, 756 F.2d 273 (2d Cir.1985); GTE Corp. more.

Summary: 876 F. Supp. This is an action by pro se plaintiff Robert N. Stanton ("Stanton") against defendants Rich Baker Berman & Co., P.A. ("RBB"), Rosenberg Druker & Company, P.A. ("RD"), RD/RBB Certified Public Accountants, P.A. ("RD/RBB"), Alvin P. Levine ("Levine"), Barry D. Kopp ("Kopp"), Nicholas Truglio ("Truglio"), Frank S. LaForgia ("LaForgia"), Kalman A. Barson ("Barson"), Aaron A. Rich ("Rich"), Howard Baker ("Baker") and Kenneth A. Berman ("Berman") (collectively, the "Defendants") for more.

Summary: 164 F. Supp. Plaintiff alleges in the Amended Complaint that the Customs Officer who initially selected Plaintiff for a luggage search was Defendant Officer Anthony Scaringella ("Scaringella"). Plaintiff also specifically claims that Defendants Raymond W. Kelly, Samuel H. Banks, Charles Winwood, Ricardo Bowen, Kathleen Haage, and Robert Lucania (all agents of the U.S. Customs Service) in their official capacity: (a) improperly authorized, encouraged or directed Customs Inspectors to engage in more.

Summary: 669 F. Supp. 672 (1987) UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff, and State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection, Plaintiff-Intervenor, v. ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY, INC.; Owens-Illinois, Inc.; Marvin Jonas, Inc.; CBS Records, Inc.; Manor Health Care Corporation; Cenco, Inc.; and Almo, Inc., Defendants/Third-Party Plaintiffs, v. Nick LIPARI, John Cucinotta and Joseph Cucinotta, Third-Party Defendants. Dechert, Price & Rhoads by Bradford F. Whitman, Wendy Relation, Philadelphia, Pa., and more.

Summary: 82 F. Supp. In this case the Court is called upon to decide whether new domestic criminal charges can justify the United States government's continued detention of an individual on an extradition warrant even after he has agreed to surrender to the French government. For reasons discussed herein, the Court finds that the deadline for extradition pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3188, which provides that an individual ordinarily must be delivered to the demanding government within two months of surrender, more.

Summary: 712 F. Supp. 2d 538 (1981); Nanney v. Chrysler Corp., 600 F. Supp. Moynahan v. Pari-Mutuel Employees Guild, Local 280, 317 F.2d 209, 210 (9th Cir.1963), cert. 2d 150 (1963); Hughes v. Local 11, International Ass'n. of Bridge Workers, 287 F.2d 810, 814 (3d Cir.1960), cert. Subject to traditional notions of procedural due process afforded a member by statute, Falcone v. Dantinne, 420 F.2d 1157, 1165 (3d Cir.1969), unions may try a member for offenses which only the union may define, and which more.

Summary: 537 F. Supp. As an accrual basis taxpayer, it sought to deduct as an accrued liability the amount of its maximum uninsured exposure on these claims during the tax years 1971, 1972 and 1973. In 1972 and 1973, SGC claimed a deduction only with respect to claims actually satisfied during those taxable years but requested leave to amend its returns to increase its accrued liability up to its maximum exposure. Defendant moves for partial summary judgment on the basis that, as a matter of law, the more.

Summary: 587 F. Supp. This action challenges the Constitutionality of the requirement that recipients of *816 Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits must apply for, and accept, Social Security retirement benefits at age 62. As a result of complying with this requirement, plaintiff's cash income was increased beyond the eligibility level for SSI benefits. Plaintiff's ineligibility for SSI benefits caused her to lose collateral benefits, including Medicaid, that are available only to the " more.

Summary: 137 F. Supp. 2d 557 (2001) Joseph P. McCULLOUGH, Robert Flipping, III, and Arthur Snellbaker, Plaintiffs, v. CITY OF ATLANTIC CITY, James Dintono, individually and as Chief of Police, George D. Pugh, individually and as Director of Public Safety, James Whelan, individually and as Mayor of Atlantic City, Jane and John Does 110, Defendants. *558 *559 Louis M. Barbone, Jacobs & Barbone, Atlantic City, NJ, for Plaintiffs Joseph B. McCullough, Robert Flipping, III, and Arthur Snellbaker. OPINION more.

Summary: 32 F. Supp. See Reinharts, Inc., v. Caterpillar Tractor Co., 9 Cir., 85 F.2d 628, certiorari denied, 302 U.S. 694, 58 S. Ct. 13, 82 L. Ed. See Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co. v. Jefferson Electric, etc., Co., C.C., 128 F. 751; Jefferson Electric, etc., Co. v. Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., 3 Cir., 134 F. 392; Id., 3 Cir., 139 F. 385; Cramer v. Singer Mfg. Co., 9 Cir., 93 F. 636. The rest contain other grounds for decision, Lane v. Welds, 6 Cir., 99 F. 286, Stromberg Motor Devices Co. v. more.

Summary: 348 F. Supp. This matter is before the Court on defendants Samsung Electronics Co., et al.'s ("Samsung's") appeal of Magistrate Judge Hedges' July 7, 2004 and September 1, 2004 Orders. The remaining two sanctions—a spoliation inference jury instruction concerning Samsung's destruction of e-mails and monetary sanctions constituting attorneys' fees and costs associated with MOSAID's motion for sanctions and attempts to obtain discovery— will now be addressed. For Samsung's complete and utter more.

Summary: 154 F. Supp. This matter arises on an order obtained by the petitioner, Albert Herman Landeros, directing the respondent, George F. Goodman, Warden of the New Jersey State Prison, Trenton, New Jersey, to show cause why a writ of habeas corpus should not issue in accordance with his petition filed herein. Certiorari was denied by the United States Supreme Court, Landeros v. New Jersey, 1956, 351 U.S. 966, 76 S. Ct. 1025, 100 L. Ed. She gave a description of her assailant to the Westfield police, more.