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Summary: 571 F. Supp. 359 (1983) UNITED STATES of America v. John F. CICILLINE. Defendant (John F. Cicilline) has moved to suppress as evidence in the criminal case against him a tape recording of a conversation between Cicilline and a prospective trial witness (William G. Smith) obtained on January 21, 1983 at the United States Courthouse, Providence, Rhode Island. Defendant bases his motion on Rule 43(a) of the Local Rules of the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island ("Local more.

Summary: 480 F. Supp. Joseph F. Penza, Jr., Providence, R. I., Attorney for Prov. Coalition of Black Leadership v. Cianci, 570 F.2d 12, 14 (1st Cir. See U. S. v. Swift, supra at p. 119, 52 S. Ct. 460; Mayberry v. Maroney, 529 F.2d 332, 337 (3rd Cir. The defendant also relies on King-Seeley Thermos Co. v. Aladdin Industries, Inc., 418 F.2d 31 (2nd Cir. See The Coalition of Black Leadership, et al. v. Cianci, et al., supra, 570 F.2d at 14.

Summary: 376 F. Supp. Donald's insurer, Standard Fire Insurance Company, responded by bringing a declaratory judgment action in this Court against Donald and Nicole, pursuant to the federal Declaratory Judgment Act, 28 U.S.C. § 2201,[1] seeking a determination of its rights and obligations under its insurance contract with Donald. The issue for this Court to decide is whether a declaratory judgment action regarding liability insurance coverage should be dismissed in light of the pendency of a related more.

Summary: 718 F. Supp. Andrew F. Richardson, Providence, R.I., for Frank Russo. D'Amario v. Providence Civic Center, 639 F. Supp. 1538, 1544 (D.R.I. 1986), aff'd, 815 F.2d 692 (1st Cir.1987), cert. Slotnick v. Garfinkle, 632 F.2d 163, 165 (1st Cir.1980), Slotnick v. Staviskey, 560 F.2d 31, 33 (1st Cir.1977), cert. Fantasy Book Shop, Inc. v. City of Boston, 531 F. Supp. 821, 825 (D.Mass.1982), referring to Harrison v. Brooks, 519 F.2d 1358, 1359-60 (1st Cir.1975); Bricker v. Crane, 468 F.2d 1228, more.

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Summary: 60 B.R. 428 (1986) In re Robert E. GRAY. This is an appeal from a bankruptcy court decision in which the court below denied the debtor's motion to reopen the bankruptcy and declared certain debts owed by the debtor, Robert E. Gray, to John DiStefano and Thomas Scotti, respectively, nondischargeable. In re Robert E. Gray, 57 B.R. 927, Bk. In exercising this discretion anent "omitted creditor" cases (like the one at bar), bankruptcy courts have looked in particular to whether the debtor's failure more.

Summary: 290 F. Supp. 2d 167 (2003) Donald L. CARCIERI, in his capacity as Governor of the State of Rhode Island; State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, a sovereign state of the United States of America; and Town of Charlestown, Rhode Island, v. Gale A. NORTON, in her capacity as Secretary of the Department of the Interior, United States of America; and Franklin Keel, in his capacity as Eastern Area Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, within the Department of the Interior, United States more.

Summary: 515 F. Supp. 2d 228 (2007) EMHART INDUSTRIES, INC., Plaintiff, v. HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, Insurance Company of North America, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, North River Insurance Company, One-Beacon America Insurance Company, and United States Fire Insurance Company, Defendants. For all the reasons that follow, Emhart's Renewed Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law Regarding the Duty to Defend under the Century Primary Policy (the latest embodiment of an argument Emhart has been making for more.

Summary: 762 F. Supp. This is an action under the Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U.S.C. § 706 (1988), to set aside a contract to build fast patrol craft awarded by the United States of America to defendant-intervenor Bollinger Machine Shop and Shipyard, Inc. (Bollinger). Derecktor claims that Bollinger's boat, as proposed, did not meet the 35 knot speed requirement of the procurement, and that the award to Bollinger is void ab initio because it was tainted by a felonious violation of the Ethics in more.

Summary: 607 F. Supp. of Boston Univ., 504 F.3d 21, 24 (1st Cir.2007). Velazquez-Fernandez v. NCE Foods, Inc., 476 F.3d 6, 10 (1st *314 Cir.2007) (citation omitted). An issue of fact is "genuine" if it "may reasonably be resolved in favor of either party," Cadle Co. v. Hayes, 116 F.3d 957, 960 (1st Cir. Feliciano, 218 F.3d at 5 (quoting Medina-Munoz v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., 896 F.2d 5, 8 (1st Cir.1990) (internal quotations omitted)). Santiago-Ramos v. Centennial P.R. Wireless Corp., 217 F.3d 46, 54 more.

Summary: 423 F. Supp. Subsequent to Judge Day's ruling, the principal suit was settled, leaving only the question of what contribution or indemnification, if any, is due to defendant third-party plaintiff Evanuk, from third-party defendant State of Rhode Island. 2d 218 (1966)] to pendent parties: (1) the state claims are pressed against a party who would otherwise not be in federal court; (2) diversity cases generally present more attractive opportunities for exercise of pendent party jurisdiction, more.

Summary: 729 F. Supp. 926 (1990) Edward GOGEK, M.D., Plaintiff, v. BROWN UNIVERSITY; Ronald M. Wintrob, M.D.; Michael R. Liepman, M.D.; Ted D. Nirenberg, Ph.D.; Thomas F. Anders, M.D., Defendants. These motions require the Court to consider the extent to which Title 28 U.S.C. § 2679 immunizes a federal employee from personal liability for alleged common law torts and the method for determining whether the employee was acting in the scope of employment within the meaning of that section. Therefore, it more.

Summary: 433 F. Supp. [1] Having found as a fact that Santos' defense counsel told him that the state had promised to recommend a 10-15 year sentence and to allow Santos to withdraw his plea if the recommendation by some chance was not accepted, Justice Gallant nevertheless denied Santos' habeas petition. 2d 473 (1962), or whether it was never in fact made, United States v. Pallotta, 433 F.2d 594 (1st Cir. Thurmond v. Mancusi, 275 F. Supp. This case cannot be distinguished from McAleney v. United States, more.

Summary: 79 F. Supp. Kevin F. McHugh, City of Providence, Law Department, Providence, RI, for Ramzi J. Loqa, In his capacity as Director of the Department of Inspection and Standards for the City of Providence, defendant. Algonquin LNG brought this action for a declaratory judgment declaring that the Providence Zoning Ordinance is inapplicable to proposed modifications to a natural gas facility that Algonquin operates in the City of Providence and for an injunction prohibiting the City's building more.

Summary: 956 F. Supp. 98 (1997) Lloyd T. GRIFFIN, Jr., LTG Construction Co., Inc., Phoenix-Griffin Group II, Ltd, Gatsby Housing Associates, Inc., Plaintiffs, v. Robert REICH, Secretary of the United States Department of Labor, Maria Eschaveste, Individually and in her official capacity as Administrator of the Wage & Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor, Defendants. This case arises from the involvement of Lloyd T. Griffin, Jr., LTG Construction, Co., Inc., Phoenix-Griffin Group II, Ltd, and more.

Summary: 768 F. Supp. See IBEW, Local 1245 v. Skinner, 913 F.2d 1454 (9th Cir.1990). National Resources Defense Council v. Nuclear Regulatory Comm'n, 666 F.2d 595, 602 (D.C.Cir.1981); United States v. Fleetwood Enters., Inc., 702 F. Supp. See Oil Chemical And Atomic Workers v. Skinner, 724 F. Supp. In Skinner, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California noted its lack of jurisdiction over a challenge to the identical regulations at issue in this case and transferred the case more.

Summary: 490 F. Supp. Paul F. Murray, U.S. Atty., Everett C. Sammartino, Asst. U.S. Atty., Providence, R.I., for defendant. This medical malpractice case alleges tortious conduct in the treatment and diagnosis of a seizure disorder suffered by the minor plaintiff, Karla Foskey, born of the plaintiffs, Yulonda Foskey, now O'Neil, and Preston Lee Foskey, an officer in the United States Coast Guard. In addition to Karla's history, the plaintiffs claim they also informed Dr. Danits that during pregnancy more.

Summary: 261 F. Supp. This matter is before the Court (sitting in Admiralty) on Claimant Kimberly M. Hanna's[1] ("Claimant") Motion to Compel Maintenance and Cure Benefits and on Petitioner RJF International's ("Petitioner" or "RJF") Cross-Motion for Termination of Maintenance and Cure Benefits.The Claimant requested the following: (1) inpatient admission at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago; (2) enrollment in the Brain Injury Day Program at West Florida Hospital following his discharge from the more.

Summary: 443 F. Supp. Smith v. Sullivan, 553 F.2d 373 (5th Cir. See, e. g., Morris v. Travisono, 310 F. Supp. 857 (D.R.I.1970); id., 373 F. Supp. 177 (D.R.I.1974), aff'd 509 F.2d 1358 (1st Cir. 1975); Ben David v. Travisono, 373 F. Supp. 177 (D.R.I.1974), aff'd 495 F.2d 562 (1st Cir. 1974); National Prisoners Reform Association v. Sharkey, 347 F. Supp. 1234 (D.R.I.1972); Souza v. Travisono, 368 F. Supp. 959 (D.R.I.), aff'd in part 498 F.2d 1120 (1st Cir. Dr. Carl Clements, a psychologist who consulted more.

Summary: 635 F. Supp. Defendants twice attempted to file an answer without representation by counsel, and much to their chagrin had their documents refused and returned both times by Magistrate Judge Almond pursuant to Local Rule Gen. 205(a)(3), which prohibits a corporation from appearing before the Court pro se.