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Summary: 390 F. Supp. Frances Clay, Thomas F. Richardson, Macon, GA, for Defendants. Through the motion at bar, Defendants contend that Plaintiff's hostile work environment and constructive discharge claims fail as a matter of law because Plaintiff has failed to raise a material question of fact as *1318 to whether the alleged racial harassment was sufficiently "severe and pervasive" so as to support claims of hostile work environment and constructive discharge. For the reasons discussed below, this more.

Summary: 809 F. Supp. Defendant Herbert Wells' motion for summary judgment is presently pending before this Court. All of the Plaintiffs, with the exception of Philippe Godard, who was the sales agent for the other Plaintiffs' transactions, invested money in real property sold by Defendant PCM Investment Company, Inc. ("PCM"). Plaintiffs allege that Defendant Wells (1) aided and abetted the other Defendants' primary federal securities law violations under Section 10(b) and Rule 10b-5; (2) aided and more.

Summary: 347 F. Supp. OWENS, District Judge: The United States of America petitioned this district court pursuant to 11 U.S.C.A. § 67(c) for review of the March 20, 1972, order of Referee Algie M. Moseley, Jr. denying the claim of the United States for unpaid withholding and Federal Insurance Contribution Act taxes in the amount of $119,370.51 which but for the order denying the government's claim, can be paid in full from monies of the bankrupt estate. See In re Dykes, 326 F. Supp. The referee erred in more.

Summary: 381 F. Supp. Plaintiff claims that although he did not follow Spectrum's harassment reporting procedures, he did report the alleged harassment to Carla Henegar, Assistant Unit Supervisor at Store # 127. By the time the revised Spectrum schedule was posted (several days before May 26), Plaintiff had been scheduled to work the afternoon shift at Waffle House on May 26. Hulsey v. Pride Restaurants, LLC, 367 F.3d 1238, 1245 (11th Cir.2004). Walton v. Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc. 347 F.3d 1272, more.

Summary: 973 F. Supp. [2] Plaintiffs contend that the approval of the Secretary of the United States Department of Transportation, authorizing the initiation of this partially federally funded road widening project, was given in violation of § 4(f) of the Department of Transportation Act of 1966, 49 U.S.C.A. § 303 (Supp.1995)[3], and § 18 of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1968, 23 U.S.C.A. § 138 (1990).See Druid Hills Civic Ass'n, Inc. v. Federal Highway Admin., 772 F.2d 700, 714(11th Cir.1985). 2d 254 ( more.

Summary: 828 F. Supp. Plaintiffs Kenneth V. and Ira Dobson filed this action against Hamby Chevrolet ("Hamby") and the Credit Bureau of Middle Georgia (the "Credit Bureau"), alleging that they either willfully or negligently failed to comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1681 et seq. (the "Act"). Before the court are cross motions for summary judgment filed by plaintiffs Kenneth V. and Ira Dobson and defendants Hamby and the Credit Bureau.

Summary: 699 F. Supp. On October 4, 1988, Mr. Fowler's attorney filed a motion for disqualification and recusal pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 144 and 455 supported by Mr. Fowler's affidavit, in which Mr. Fowler contends that he filed a lawsuit against this judge alleging that he conspired with others to deprive Mr. Fowler of his constitutional rights and sought damages from him personally. Delesdernier v. Porterie, 666 F.2d 116, 121 (5th Cir.1982)...." Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana v. Harry L. Laws Co., 690 more.

Summary: 412 F. Supp. 141 (1976) J. L. and J. R., minors, individually and as representatives of a class consisting of all persons younger than 18 years of age, now or hereafter received by any defendant for observation or diagnosis and/or detained for care or treatment at any facility within the State of Georgia, pursuant to 1969 Georgia Laws pp. 505-517, informally codified as Georgia Code Annotated § 88-503.1, Plaintiffs, v. James PARHAM, Individually and as Commissioner of the Department of Human more.

Summary: 741 F. Supp. 708 F. Supp. Southern Guaranty relied upon two exclusions in attempting to deny coverage; however, this court held that, under the facts of this particular case as applied to the case law, the exclusions which Southern Guaranty sought to rely upon were invalid as against public policy. Southern Guaranty relies upon the case of Cotton States Mutual Insurance Co. v. Neese, 254 Ga. 335, 329 S.E.2d 136 (1985), in which the supreme court, in holding an exclusion unenforceable as against more.

Summary: 409 F. Supp. The amount of attorneys' fees is left to the sound discretion of the trial judge, Culpepper v. Reynolds Metals Co., 442 F.2d 1078 (5th Cir. In exercising its sound discretion the court is required to consider the standards and guidelines set forth in Johnson v. Georgia Highway Express, Inc., 488 F.2d 714 (5th Cir. Clark v. American Marine Corp., 320 F. Supp. His expertise in employment cases is demonstrated by his representative in this court and upon appeal of the Macon Telegraph more.

Summary: 682 F. Supp. Giglio Claims The facts relating to the charges against Mr. Moore and the circumstances surrounding his arrest have been more than adequately stated by the Eleventh Circuit in Moore v. Kemp, 809 F.2d 702 (11th Cir.

Summary: 753 F. Supp. 357 (1990) GREAT AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., Plaintiff, v. INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO., Defendant. The following case involving plaintiff's alleged negligent or bad faith refusal to settle an automobile accident case between its insured and Tammy Lee Fortner was tried before the court sitting without a jury on October 29, 1990 through November 6, 1990. Based on his review of patrolman Holloway's accident report and his interview with Ms. Jones and Mr. Heath, the investigator prepared a more.

Summary: 38 F. Supp. 2d 1369 (1999) Cindy GIBSON, Plaintiff, v. Mike HICKMAN, et al., Defendants. Wallace Warren Plowden, Jr., Mr., Macon, GA, for Mike C. Hickman, Principal of Mary Persons High School, individually and in his official capacity, Charles Dumas, Superintendent of Monroe County School Board, individually and in his official capacity, Monroe County Board of Education, defendants. During the period of time in which the alleged incidences of sexual harassment occurred, Defendant Mike Hickman more.

Summary: 816 F. Supp. 2d 1308 (2011) DENIM NORTH AMERICA HOLDINGS, LLC, Plaintiff, v. SWIFT TEXTILES, LLC, Galey & Lord, LLC, and Patriarch Partners, LLC, Defendants. This action arises from a dispute between Plaintiff Denim North America Holdings, LLC ("Holdings" or "Plaintiff") and Defendants Swift Textiles, LLC ("Swift"), Galey & Lord, LLC ("Galey"), and Patriarch Partners, LLC ("Patriarch") (collectively, "Defendants"). Holdings and Defendants entered into a business venture to manufacture and sell more.

Summary: 90 F. Supp. In claiming such exclusions, he treated the gift of the income and the gift of the corpus as gifts of present interests against which he was entitled to exclusions.

Summary: 787 F. Supp. Melvin Coney ("plaintiff") filed the instant action on August 7, 1987, against the defendants, Georgia Department of Human Resources ("DHR"), the Commissioner of DHR, James G. Ledbetter ("Ledbetter"), and the Superintendent of Central State Hospital, Myers Kurtz ("Kurtz"), in both their individual and official capacities, under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, alleging that he was racially harassed in violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. In addition, plaintiff more.

Summary: 746 F. Supp. The Macon Telegraph Publishing Company, Cindy Sams, one of its reporters, The Fulton County Daily Report, The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution, et al., have moved to intervene in this criminal case for the purpose of objecting to the closure and sealing of a proffer of evidence made by the government during an in-chambers conference on July 13, 1990, during the pretrial detention hearing in this case. On July 13, 1990, the government in open court advised of its more.

Summary: 598 F. Supp. 1456 (1984) Freddie HESTER, et al., Plaintiffs, v. CITY OF MILLEDGEVILLE, et al., Defendants. Johnnie JOHNSON, et al., Plaintiffs, v. CITY OF ALBANY, et al., Defendants. OWENS, Chief Judge: Plaintiffs in Civil Action No. 84-84-3-MAC are fire fighters employed by the City of Milledgeville, Georgia Fire Department and in Civil Action No. 1200-ALB are police officers employed by the City of Albany, Georgia Police Department.As a part of these investigations each governmental employer more.

Summary: 222 F. Supp. 166 (1963) Shirley GAINES, Patricia Ann Gaines, Marian Gaines, minors, by Monroe Gaines, their father and next friend, and others, Plaintiffs, v. DOUGHERTY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, a public body corporate, and others, Defendants. This is a proceeding seeking to enjoin the Dougherty County Board of Education, its members and the Superintendent of Education of Dougherty County, Georgia, from operating a bi-racial school system in Dougherty County. They are all eligible to attend more.