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Summary: 738 F. Supp. 1332 (1990) Guenter PAULY and Jose Pena, Plaintiffs, v. BIOTRONIK, GmbH, a German corporation; Micro Systems Engineering, Inc., an Oregon corporation; and Dr. Max Schaldach, Defendants. The breach of contract claim involves oral and written promises allegedly made by defendants to the effect that if plaintiffs would move to Oregon and start up a company (Micro Systems Engineering—"MSE") to design, develop and fabricate hybrid circuits for pace makers to be sold by MSE to MSE's more.

Summary: 874 F. Supp. Plaintiff contends that the Secretary incorrectly applied the Windfall Elimination Provision, 42 U.S.C. § 415(a)(7), to reduce her old-age insurance benefits. Because of plaintiff's German pension benefits, the Secretary calculated plaintiff's benefits under the Windfall Elimination Provision, reducing her Social Security benefits by about $110. Baxter v. Sullivan, 923 F.2d 1391, 1394 (9th Cir.1991). Das v. Department of Health & Human Servs., 17 F.3d 1250, 1254 (9th Cir.1994).

Summary: 242 F. Supp. 2d 777 (2002) Jean MATHIS, Plaintiff, v. HOUSING AUTHORITY OF UMATILLA COUNTY, a non-profit business entity, Defendants. INTRODUCTION Plaintiff, Jean Mathis ("Mathis"), filed this action on October 3, 2001, alleging that her former employer, the Housing Authority of Umatilla County ("the Housing Authority") owes her wages for overtime hours. Her claims include failure to pay final wages when due in violation of ORS 652.140[1] (First Claim) and failure to pay overtime wages in more.

Summary: 760 F. Supp. Charles H. Turner, U.S. Atty., Jack G. Collins, Riley J. Atkins, Asst. U.S. Attys., Portland, Or., Carol C. Conrad, Dept. of Health and Human Services, Rockville, Md., for Federal defendants and counterclaimant the U.S. OPINION FRYE, District Judge: The matters before the court are 1) the second renewed motion for summary judgment of the defendants and the counterclaimant, United States of America (# 150); and 2) the motion for summary judgment of the plaintiff, Neal Rendleman, more.

Summary: 473 F. Supp. 2d 1090 (2007) Anne Marie KREIDLER and Michael S. Reed, Plaintiff, v. Melody Dawn TAYLOR, individually, and Melody Dawn Taylor as Trustee of the Melody D. Taylor's Children Trust, Defendants. This matter comes before the Court on Plaintiffs' Motion for Partial Summary Judgment (# 40) as to certain counterclaims and affirmative defenses raised by Defendants. For the reasons that follow, the Court GRANTS Plaintiffs' Motion for Partial Summary Judgment as to Defendants' affirmative more.

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Summary: 435 F. Supp. Petitioners Son Nguyen and Roberto De Oca Martinez bring this petition for writ of habeas corpus under 28 U.S.C. § 2241 claiming that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)'s Intensive Supervision Appearance Program (ISAP), violates their constitutional rights, is beyond DHS's statutory authority, and violates the Administrative Procedures Act (APA). The ISAP Program A. Origin In February 2003, the United States Department of Justice and the General Accounting Office found that more.

Summary: 261 F. Supp. 2d 1226 (2003) Dean SCHMITZ, Plaintiff, v. MARS, INC., a Delaware corporation, Erin Hirsch and Robert Conley, Defendants. In his title VII claim in Schmitz I, Plaintiff alleged he was subject to a racially hostile work environment during his employment, he was terminated because of his race, and he was not hired for other positions with Defendant and was denied an opportunity to interview for one position in retaliation for making his race discrimination claims. Cooper v. Pickett, more.

Summary: 704 F. Supp. 191 (1988) David A. PERSONS, James C. Foreman, Larry D. Fowler, Norman D. Smith, Gary A. French, Steve F. Stricker, Keith L. Neely, Paul D. Kehrli, Thomas A. Driscoll, Wayne Leymaster, Hugh Riley Caton, Robert Yungeberg, Ralph R. Wilkins, Sr., Lowell W. Werner, and Jack E. Layton, Plaintiffs, v. CITY OF GRESHAM, OREGON, Defendant. T.W. Elec. Serv., Inc. v. Pacific Elec. Contractors, 809 F.2d 626, 630 (9th Cir.1987). 1638 (1942) (privately employed fire fighters guarding a more.

Summary: 761 F. Supp. This is a declaratory judgment action in which Mary Louise Thomas seeks a declaration that her husband, Donald Eugene Thomas, suffered an "accidental death" as defined by the terms of an accidental death insurance policy issued to him by Transamerica, and therefore that she is entitled to benefits under that policy. UNDISPUTED FACTS Mary Thomas is the named beneficiary in an Accidental Death Insurance Policy (the policy) that Transamerica issued to Donald Thomas on March 26, 1983. more.

Summary: 697 F. Supp. 389 (1987) UNIVERSAL FROZEN FOODS, CO., formerly known as Rogers Walla Walla, Inc., an Oregon corporation, Plaintiff, v. LAMB-WESTON, INC., an Oregon corporation, Defendant. OPINION REDDEN, District Judge: This action came on for trial on September 23, 1987, on the segregated issue of plaintiff's trademark rights in the product configuration of its helically shaped frozen french fried potato product (curlicue fries). Plaintiff produces an allegedly distinctive, uniquely shaped, more.

Summary: 817 F. Supp. 2d 1251 (2011) Michael CAIN and Jennifer Cain, Individuals, Plaintiffs, v. BOVIS LEND LEASE, INC., a Florida corporation; and Willamette Valley Medical Center, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; Defendants and Third-Party Plaintiffs, v. Wylie Steel Fabricators, Inc., a Tennessee corporation; and Earl Swensson Associates, Inc., a Tennessee corporation; Third-Party Defendants. John J. Soltys, William F. Knowles, Ramona N. Hunter, Cozen O'Connor, Seattle, WA, for Defendant and more.

Summary: 250 B.R. 386 (1999) In re Amos VALDEZ, Peggy Valdez, Debtors. Petitioning creditor, Michael Redden, appeals from the order dismissing an involuntary Chapter 7 petition he filed against debtors Amos Valdez and Peggy Valdez. *389 FACTUAL BACKGROUND On October 11, 1996, debtors filed a joint petition for relief under Chapter 13. Redden sought to invoke the bankruptcy court's discretionary power to redetermine the debtors' tax liability under 11 U.S.C. § 505(a)(1). The bankruptcy court granted the more.

Summary: 3 F.2d 652 (1925) FIDELITY & DEPOSIT CO. This is a suit to enjoin the state insurance commissioner from enforcing an order made by him canceling and withdrawing licenses heretofore granted by his department to plaintiffs to issue confiscation coverage contracts (in connection with insurance on automobiles containing conditional sales indorsements, where embezzlement coverage is also given) in favor of the vendors of such automobiles, who retain title to or mortgages thereon to secure the unpaid more.

Summary: 552 F. Supp. filed, 51 U.S.L.W. 3022 (U.S. Jan. 22, 1982) (No. 81-1399) (injunction granted); Southeast Legal Defense Group v. Adams, 657 F.2d 1118 (9th Cir.1981) (injunction granted); Williams, supra, 625 F.2d 845 (injunction granted); Lauriten v. Secretary of the Navy, 546 F. Supp. 1221 (C.D.Cal.1982) (injunction granted; fees awarded under section 2412(b)); Hoang Ha v. Schweiker, 541 F. Supp. 711 (N.D.Cal.1982) (injunction granted; fees awarded under section 2412(d)(1)(A)); Capps v. Atiyeh, more.

Summary: 432 F. Supp. *812 They contend that this court should abstain, citing Qualls v. Fresno County Board of Supervisors, 549 F.2d 808 (table) (9th Cir. Rancho Palos Verdes Corp. v. City of Laguna Beach, 547 F.2d 1092 (9th Cir. The Ninth Circuit, in Canton v. Spokane School Dist., No. 8, 498 F.2d 840, 845 (9th Cir. 2d 619 (1971); Gray v. Union County Intermediate Education District, 520 F.2d 803 (1975).

Summary: 839 F. Supp. McCoy, Jones and her sixteen-year-old son testified that the police entered the house with a police dog shortly after the last occupant, McCoy, left. Officer Lauer testified that she informed Jones that the reason for the police action was to arrest McCoy for possession of a firearm, and that the police knew that guns were in the house. United States v. Al-Azzawy, 784 F.2d 890 (9th Cir.1985), cert. 2d 700 (1986); United States v. Gooch, 6 F.3d 673 (9th Cir.1993). United States v. more.

Summary: 293 F. Supp. 2d 1200 (2003) OREGON NATURAL RESOURCES COUNCIL ACTION, an Oregon non-profit corporation; Oregon Natural Resources Council Fund, an Oregon nonprofit corporation; and American Lands Alliance, an Oregon nonprofit corporation, Plaintiffs, v. UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE; Ann Veneman, Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Richard Ferraro, Deputy Regional Forester, U.S. Forest Service, Defendants, and Starfire Lumber Co., Engle Investors, Inc., American Forest Resource Council, more.