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Summary: 104 B.R. 951 (1989) Richard J. WHITE and Judith E. White, Appellants, v. Richard E. BOSTON, Appellee. In re Richard J. WHITE and Judith E. White, Debtors. *952 *953 Sigmund J. Beck, John M. Rogers, Bamberger & Feibleman, Indianapolis, for appellants. The appellant-debtors in this case, Richard and Judith White, seek to overturn a bankruptcy judge's decision to reopen their estate for further administration. Matter of Evanston Motor Co., Inc., 735 F.2d 1029 (7th Cir.1984); In re Sanderfoot, 92 more.

Summary: 111 B.R. 752 (1990) NATIONAL RURAL UTILITIES COOPERATIVE FINANCE CORP., and United States of America, Dept. of Agriculture, Appellants, v. WABASH VALLEY POWER ASSN., INC., Appellee. In re WABASH VALLEY POWER ASSN., INC., Debtor. Div., U.S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C., for appellant U.S. David H. Kleiman, Melvin Daniel, Dann Pecar Newman Talesnick & Kleiman, Indianapolis, Ind., for appellee Wabash Valley. Specifically, the bankruptcy court did not properly apply the willing buyer-willing more.

Summary: 2 F. Supp. Currently pending before the Court are two dispositive motions on the claims of the plaintiffs brought under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act ("ADEA"), 29 U.S.C. ง 621 et seq., as well as several related motions. The plaintiffs have raised both individual and pattern or practice claims of age discrimination, which they maintain occurred during a corporate-wide resizing process in 1992 and 1993 at Ameritech Services, Inc. ("ASI"). Federal Nat'l Mortgage Ass'n v. Cobb, 738 F. more.

Summary: 885 F. Supp. IP 91-1699-C-T/F. United States District Court, S.D. Indiana, Indianapolis Division. Supp.) Title 29, U.S.C. § 207(a)(1) provides: Except as otherwise provided in this section, no employer shall employ any of his employees who in any workweek is engaged in commerce or in the production of goods for commerce, or is employed in an enterprise engaged in commerce or in the production of goods for commerce, for a workweek longer than forty hours unless such employee receives more.

Summary: 701 F. Supp. 2d 1040 (2010) Debra L. TUCKER, Individually and as Personal Representative of the Estate of Rick G. Tucker, Plaintiff, v. SMITHKLINE BEECHAM CORP., d/b/a GlaxoSmithKline, a Pennsylvania Corporation, Defendant. Andrew T. Bayman, Chilton Davis Varner, David F. Norden, Todd P. Davis, King & Spalding LLP, Atlanta, GA, Bonnie L. Gallivan, Katherine A. Winchester, Ice Miller LLP, Indianapolis, IN, Mark S. Brown, King & Spalding LLP, Washington, DC, Robert E. Glanville, Tamar P. Halpern, more.

Summary: 663 F. Supp. Sherman v. Bowen, 647 F. Supp. 700, 701-2 (D.Me.1986) (quoting Coalition for Basic Human Needs v. King, 691 F.2d 597 (1st Cir.1982); Nadaeu v. Helgemoe, 581 F.2d 275 (1st Cir.1978)). at 702 (quoting Coalition, 691 F.2d at 597; Nadeau, 581 F.2d at 281).

Summary: 805 F. Supp. 1453 (1992) STATE FARM AND CASUALTY COMPANY, Plaintiff, v. Fred Carl SANDERS, and Jan M. Faber, individually and as Administratrix of the Estate of Matt J. Faber, Deceased, Defendant. This matter comes before the Court on the plaintiff's Complaint for Declaratory Judgment and Request for Trial by Jury (with attached exhibits), filed pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1332 and 1441, and Rule 57 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, defendant Jan Faber's Answer, defendant Fred C. Sanders' more.

Summary: 705 F. Supp. With the present action, Lilly seeks an order: (1) requiring the FDA to change the effective date of ANDA Nos. 77-961 and 77-983 until after the expiration of the '614 and '826 patents; (2) prohibiting the FDA from approving Teva Parenteral's ANDA No. 090644 prior to the expiration of the patents, in accordance with 35 U.S.C. § 271(e)(4)(A); and (3) enjoining Defendants from the commercial manufacture, use, offer to sell, sale, or importation of their gemcitabine products prior to more.

Summary: 47 F. Supp. See Kontos v. United States Dept. of Labor, 826 F.2d 573, 576 (7th Cir.1987); Marina Entertainment Complex, Inc. v. Hammond Port Authority, 842 F. Supp. See Ezekiel v. Michel, 66 F.3d 894, 897 (7th Cir.1995); Rueth v. United States Environmental Protection Agency, 13 F.3d 227, 229 (7th Cir.1993). See Ezekiel, 66 F.3d at 897; Capitol Leasing Co. v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., 999 F.2d 188, 191 (7th Cir.1993); Alliance For Clean Coal v. Bayh, 888 F. Supp. See Rothrock v. United more.

Summary: 679 F. Supp. The TRAVELERS INDEMNITY COMPANY, Insurance Company of North America, the North River Insurance Company, Industrial Indemnity Company, and the Central National Insurance Company of Omaha., Defendants. This lawsuit began in 2004, when Pulse sued Federal Insurance Company ("Federal"), Pacific Indemnity Company ("Pacific"), and Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company ("Hartford") in Marion Superior Court. In early 2006, Pulse discovered that Travelers Indemnity Company ("Travelers") more.

Summary: (2008) HOOSIER ENERGY RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC., Plaintiff, v. JOHN HANCOCK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY; OP Merom Generation I, LLC; Merom Generation I, LLC; AE Global Investments, LLC; Ambac Credit Products, LLC; Ambac Assurance Corporation and CoBank, ACB, Defendants. At this stage of the case, plaintiff Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative, Inc. seeks a preliminary injunction to enjoin defendants (i) John Hancock Life Insurance Company, Merom Generation I, LLC, and OP Merom Generation more.

Summary: 234 F. Supp. Celebration, who filed this copyright infringement action, claims that it will suffer irreparable harm unless Chosun is enjoined from selling certain tiger and giraffe costumes that allegedly infringe Celebration's copyrights. More specifically, the Court concluded that there was no direct evidence of Chosun copying Celebration's costume, and that the costumes were not substantially similar. Song, who has worked with Stanley for about five years, testified that he was instructed, more.

Summary: 186 F. Supp. IBT represents the pilots, flight attendants, and fleet and passenger service agents of Defendant Chautauqua Airlines ("Chautauqua" or "the Company"). In addition, Chautauqua has refused to engage in bargaining or mediation after the parties' unsuccessful attempt to make changes to the pilots' collective bargaining agreement. Chautauqua and Local 747 are parties to a collective bargaining agreement, which was effective November 17, 1998. Rather than furlough the excess pilots more.

Summary: 603 F. Supp. 1479 (1984) Irwin C. BANDEMER, Obi Badili, RaNelle Pearson, George Womack Jr., Edward O'Rea, John Higbee, David Scott Richards, Plaintiffs, v. Susan J. DAVIS, John Livengood, and Thomas S. Milligan, as members of the Indiana State Election Board; Laurie Potter Christie, as Executive Director of the Indiana State Election Board; and Edwin J. Simcox, Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, Defendants. INDIANA N.A.A.C.P. STATE CONFERENCE OF BRANCHES; Indianapolis Branch, more.

Summary: (2008) CENTILLION DATA SYSTEMS, LLC, Plaintiff, v. CONVERGYS CORPORATION, Qwest Communications International, Inc., and Qwest Corporation, Defendants, Qwest Corporation and Qwest Communications Corporation, Plaintiffs, v. Centillion Data Systems, LLC, and CTI Group (Holdings), Inc., Defendants. This cause is now before the Court on defendants', Convergys Corporation, Qwest Communications International and Qwest Corporation (the later two defendants, collectively, "Qwest") (all defendants more.

Summary: 175 F. Supp. 115 (1959) John L. LEWIS, Henry G. Schmidt and Josephine Roche, As Trustees of The United Mine Workers of America Welfare and Retirement Fund of 1950, Plaintiffs, v. Harry KERNS, Nellie Kerns, Darrell Kerns and Doris Kerns, individually, and trading as the Tri-K Mining Company, a partnership, Defendants. Plaintiffs, John L. Lewis, Henry G. Schmidt and Josephine Roche, as Trustees of the United Mine Workers of America Welfare and Retirement Fund of 1950 (hereinafter referred to as more.

Summary: 149 F. Supp. Facts ¶ 8; Plaintiff's Supplemental Response to Statement of Facts Set Forth in Defendant's Amended Memorandum in Support of Summary Judgment (hereafter "Pl. Supp. Facts ¶ 11; Pl. Supp. Facts ¶ 12; Pl. Supp. 1994); Winter v. Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Company, 199 F.3d 399, 408 (7th Cir.1999). 2001) at *1; Moore v. Hosier, 43 F. Supp. Weeks v. Samsung Heavy Industries Company, Limited, 126 F.3d 926, 933; Giannopoulos v. Brach & Brock Confections, Inc., 109 F.3d 406, 410 (7th more.

Summary: 867 F. Supp. 818 (1994) Walter KIMBREW, Plaintiff, v. EVANSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT, Officers A. Yeager (1055), J. Evans (1089), D. Erk (1040), Defendants. 2d 114, 122 (1994) (internal quotations omitted); Oklahoma City v. Tuttle, 471 U.S. 808, 816, 105 S. Ct. 2427, 2432, 85 L. Ed. See Patrick v. Jasper County, 901 F.2d 561, 565 (7th Cir.1990). 2d 246 (1984) (per curiam) (quoting Katz v. United States, 389 U.S. 347, 357, 88 S. Ct. 507, 514, 19 L. Ed. 2d 565 (1988); United States v. Adebayo, 985 more.

Summary: 796 F. Supp. Oreck's attorney, Nichol Sandoe, who Oreck "charged with the responsibility of protecting [Oreck Corporation's] trademarks," (see Oreck's Deposition of September 11, 1990, p. 156),[2] learned of the "XL-100" registration, and on January 7, 1976 filed a request for an extension of time to oppose registration of the "XL-100" trademark. However, Sandoe took no further action to oppose the "XL-100" registration nor did he tell Oreck that RCA had registered that trademark, and the " more.