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Summary: 697 F. Supp. The Court found at the hearing that Hodges' initial stop of defendant's vehicle was not pretextual, thus not at odds with United States v. Smith, 799 F.2d 704, 708 (11th Cir.1986). United States v. White, 541 F. Supp. The Kapperman court, relying on the reasoning employed by the Seventh Circuit in United States v. Covello, 657 F.2d 151 (7th Cir.1981), held that the terms of the waiver, read in conjunction with the circumstances surrounding the giving of the consent, dictate the more.

Summary: 838 F. Supp. Pending before the court is the joint motion of plaintiffs and defendants to allow interim gubernatorial appointments to certain vacant judicial posts pending a final decision by the court on the parties' proposed settlement agreement. of Elections, 775 F. Supp. 1470, 1476, 1480 (S.D.Ga.1989), modified on other grounds, 775 F. Supp. of Elections, 775 F. Supp. of Elections, 790 F. Supp. Thus, the Justice Department's approval of the judgeships is contingent upon subsequent assent by more.

Summary: 1 F. Supp. See United States v. Norris, 88 F.3d 462, 467-69 (7th Cir.1996); Joe Hand Promotions v. Rennard Street Enterprises, 954 F. Supp. 1046, 1053-54 (E.D.Pa.1997); TCI Cablevision v. Pier House Inn, Inc., 930 F. Supp. National Football League v. Alley, Inc., 624 F. Supp. See That's Entertainment, Inc. v. J.P.T., Inc., 843 F. Supp.

Summary: 452 F. Supp. L'Orange v. Medical Protective Company, 394 F.2d 57, 60 (6th Cir.). United Transportation Union Local 974 v. Norfolk and Western Railway Company, 532 F.2d 336, 342 (4th Cir.). Finally, Union Camp contends that the cases cited by CNA, particularly the securities cases, e. g., Globus v. Law Research Service, 287 F. Supp.

Summary: 300 F. Supp. [1] On the same day that SeaPak filed its complaint in the Brunswick Division of this Court NMU commenced an action in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York in which the Union sought injunctive relief from SeaPak's failure to deduct and remit dues from the wages of employees furnishing authorizations conforming to Section 302(c) (4) of the Labor-Management Relations Act (also referred to as the Taft-Hartley Act). That Section which declares it more.

Summary: 972 F. Supp. 685 (1997) AMERiGAS PROPANE, L.P., Plaintiff, v. T-BO PROPANE, INC.; Sue H. Tebeau; Larry R. Turner; and Lloyd Moore, Jr., Defendants. Plaintiff, in the above-captioned case, has sued Defendants, asserting that they have violated various non-competition and non-disclosure covenants agreed to among the parties. Defendants have filed a Motion for Summary Judgment while Plaintiff has filed a Motion for Partial Summary Judgment. Defendant Susan Tebeau's father had been the principal of more.

Summary: 591 F. Supp. The petitioner, Judson Ruffin, is under a sentence of death and applies to this Court for a writ of habeas corpus, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2254. This congressionally imposed duty and responsibility results in United States district courts — the trial courts of the federal court system — reviewing state criminal convictions that have already been reviewed by a Georgia trial court, a Georgia habeas court, and the state Supreme Court and found by them to be without United States more.

Summary: 93 F. Supp. See Pleming, 142 F.3d at 1356-57 (res judicata bars "not only the precise legal theory presented in the previous litigation, but ... all legal theories and claims arising out of the same operative nucleus of fact") (quotes and cite omitted) (applying both federal and Georgia law); accord O'Connor v. PCA Family Health Plan, Inc., 200 F.3d 1349, 1355 (11th Cir.2000) (applying federal law); Agripost, 195 F.3d at 1228-29, 1232 (applying Florida law); Ragsdale v. Rubbermaid, Inc., 193 more.

Summary: 12 F. Supp. EEOC v. Reno, 758 F.2d 581, 584 (11th Cir.1985); Calderon v. Martin County, 639 F.2d 271, 272-73 (5th Cir. EEOC v. Reno, 758 F.2d at 584; Wall v. Coleman, 393 F. Supp. Cromer, 88 F.3d at 1322; Montgomery v. Brookshire, 34 F.3d 291, 295 (5th Cir.1994). Shahar, 114 F.3d at 1104 n. 15; EEOC v. Reno, 758 F.2d at 584; Wall, 393 F.Supp. Shahar, 114 F.3d at 1104 n. 15; EEOC v. Reno, 758 F.2d at 584. See Calderon, 639 F.2d at 273; Cromer, 88 F.3d at 1322; Montgomery, 34 F.3d at 296; United more.

Summary: 527 F. Supp. The Court, therefore, DENIES plaintiffs' Motion for Partial Summary Judgment but holds that those class members with jobs under the jurisdiction of former black Local 616 between July 2, 1965 and June 6, 1970 must file a proof-of-claim form to qualify for backpay and that backpay hearings will be held for any disputed claims. 2d 444 (1976); Watkins v. Scott Paper Co., 530 F.2d 1159, 1194 (5th Cir. 1976); Jones v. Glitsch, Inc., 489 F. Supp. Pettway v. American Cast Iron Pipe Co., more.

Summary: 661 F. Supp. 2d 1361 (2009) Robert Keith ABEL, Plaintiff, v. Harley LAPPIN, Director Federal Bureau of Prisons, et al., Defendants. After a thorough review of the applicable facts and the law, Judge Graham determined that genuine issues of material fact remained in dispute as to Abel's retaliation claims against Vasquez, Wheeler, Shaw, Sumner, Burgos, and Ellis. Plaintiff, who is currently incarcerated at the Mahoning County Jail in Youngstown, Ohio, filed a cause of action pursuant to pursuant more.

Summary: 868 F. Supp. Prior to final action of a Public Law Board affirming his dismissal, Massey attended drug rehabilitation programs and made use of grievance procedures agreed upon by the United Transportation Union ("UTU") and CGR. Massey filed this suit after the Board denied his appeal, claiming breach of duty of fair representation by UTU and violations of a collective bargaining agreement and the Railway Labor Act ("RLA"), 45 U.S.C. § 151 et seq. (1990), by UTU and CGR (collectively "Defendants" more.

Summary: (2008) UNITED STATES of America, v. Ben Da ZHU, Defendant. Ben Da Zhu, who is charged with harboring and employing undocumented aliens, has filed a motion to suppress evidence seized during warrant-based searches of his home and business, as well as statements he made to federal agents after his arrest (Doc. The search warrant affidavits relate that on May 18, 2005, Heritage Bank in Hinesville, Georgia advised the Federal Bureau of Investigation ("FBI") that Ben Da Zhu had transferred monies in more.

Summary: 682 F. Supp. 1563 (1987) John F. PIDCOCK, Plaintiff, v. SUNNYLAND AMERICA, INC., Joseph C. Harvard individually, as officer of Sunnyland America, Inc. and as co-executor of the Estate of L.B. Harvard, Sr. and L.B. Harvard, Jr. as co-executor of the Estate of L.B. Harvard, Sr., Defendants. Plaintiff John F. Pidcock ("Pidcock") and L.B. Harvard, Sr. ("Dude") at one time shared equal ownership of Sunnyland; each holding 50% of the corporation's outstanding stock. The Harvard sons' growing more.

Summary: 21 F.2d 547 (1927) ALEXANDER & GARRETT v. UNITED STATES. Upon the death of Goodwin in 1919, his stock holdings were acquired by Alexander and Garrett and the corporate name was changed to Alexander & Garrett. Sun Booking Exchange Co. v. Deane (D. C.) 10 F.(2d) 378; Empire Fuel Co. v. Hays (D. C.) 295 F. 704; Cartier v. Doyle (C. C. A.) 277 F. 150. The following cases, while dealing with the Revenue Act of 1917, in substance, therefore, deal with the principles here discussed: Railroad more.

Summary: 804 F. Supp. 1557 (1992) Carol H. WILLIS, Plaintiff, v. UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICES, INC., d/b/a University Hospital; Sherry Hicks, individually and in her official capacity as Head Nurse of Postpartum for University Hospital; Mary Lynn Goforth, individually and in her official capacity as Director of Maternal/Child Nursing for University Hospital; Marilyn Bowcutt, individually and in her official capacity as Assistant Administrator of Nursing Services for University Hospital; and Joseph W. more.

Summary: 549 F. Supp. 145 (1982) Charles O. LOGAN, Plaintiff, v. WARREN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION and George M. Holliman, Individually and in his Official Capacity as Superintendent, Warren County Board of Education, Defendants. In this action, brought pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983, defendants filed a motion for judgment on the pleadings asserting the plaintiff is estopped under theories of res judicata or collateral estoppel from attacking his dismissal from the position of principal of an elementary more.

Summary: 31 F. Supp. United States v. Four Parcels of Real Property, 941 F.2d 1428, 1437 (11th Cir.1991) (en banc) (internal quotation marks and citations omitted). Fitzpatrick v. City of Atlanta, 2 F.3d 1112, 1115 (11th Cir.1993). See Clark v. Coats & Clark, Inc., 929 F.2d 604, 606-08 (11th Cir.1991) (explaining Adickes v. S.H. Kress & Co., 398 U.S. 144, 90 S. Ct. 1598, 26 L. Ed. Therefore, the notice requirements of Griffith v. Wainwright, 772 F.2d 822 (11th Cir.1985), are satisfied. Stewart v. Happy more.

Summary: 165 B.R. 524 (1994) In re James Luther JOHNSON, Jr. and Amanda Hendrix Johnson, Debtors. James Luther JOHNSON, Jr. and Amanda Hendrix Johnson, Appellants, v. GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION, Appellee and Cross-Appellant. In re James Larry HALL, Jr. and Deborah F. Hall, Debtors. *525 *526 Joseph Michael Hall, Ratchford, Hall & Godlove, Statesboro, GA, for James Luther Johnson, Jr. and Amanda Hendrix Johnson. In Chapter 13 Case No. 91-60628, the debtors, James Luther Johnson, Jr. and Amanda more.

Summary: 775 F. Supp. 1470 (1989) Tyrone BROOKS, et al., Plaintiffs, v. STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, et al., Defendants. David F. Walbert, Atlanta, Ga., for defendants. MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER On July 13, 1988 plaintiffs commenced this action alleging violations of sections 2 and 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (currently codified as amended at 42 U.S.C. §§ 1973 and 1973c, respectively), as well as provisions of the first, thirteenth, fourteenth, and fifteenth amendments to the United States more.