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Summary: 351 F. Supp. On July 23, 2002, the parties entered into a Consent Decree and Release, which provided, inter alia, that the Center would deliver a check for $527,500 payable to Naiman and the Law Offices of Alan J. Rich for full settlement of all claims for money damages, costs, and attorney's fees. The Consent Decree and Release also provided that the Center would pay the Law Offices of Alan J. Rich reasonable attorney's fees incurred from March 8, 2002 until the date the parties executed the more.

Summary: 290 F. Supp. Marth v. Industrial Incomes Inc. of North America, 291 F. Supp. 1951); Glickman v. Schweikart & Co., 242 F. Supp. 1962); see Tobacco and Allied Stocks v. Transamerica Corp., 143 F. Supp. 1957); Pitofsky v. Brucker, 291 F. Supp.

Summary: 516 F. Supp. Banana Distributors Inc. v. United Fruit Co., 269 F.2d 790, 794 (2d Cir. Nevertheless, on the record before this court, it appears that the New York Society "is autonomous in the same way that a local association of the American Medical Association was found to be autonomous in Elizabeth Hospital, Inc. v. Richardson, 167 F. Supp. Friends of Animals, Inc. v. American Veterinary Medical Association, 310 F. Supp. 310 F. Supp. This lack of regular evaluation activities serves to more.

Summary: 276 F. Supp. This is an action under Section 301 of the Labor Management Relations Act (29 U.S.C. § 185) by an employer against a union for a declaratory judgment and an injunction restraining defendant from proceeding to arbitrate against plaintiff under a collective bargaining agreement between defendant and Atlantic Container Corporation (Atlantic). No copy of this agreement has been furnished to the court, but it is said, without contradiction, to have been substantially similar to a more.

Summary: 306 F. Supp. Defendants George W. Bush, President of the United States of America; Attorney General John Ashcroft; Katherine Edgell, Administrative Law Judge ("ALJ"); Peter N. Dowd, ALJ; the Government of the United States of America; the Social Security Administration ("SSA"); and the Government of the United States of America, Justice Department (collectively, "Defendants") have moved to dismiss plaintiff Frank Langella's ("Langella") claims pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. On March 17, 2000, more.

Summary: 831 F. Supp. They are subject to the Federal Trade Commission Act's prohibition against unfair or deceptive practices affecting commerce (15 U.S.C. § 45) and to its injunctive provision (15 U.S.C. § 53[b]), and implementing rules (16 C.F.R. § 444), upheld in American Financial Services Ass'n v. FTC, 767 F.2d 957 (D.C.Cir.1985), cert. No. 3 at 743 (Summer 1991); see also Alesayi Beverage Corp. v. Canada Dry Corp., 797 F. Supp. Smith v. Kelly, 664 F. Supp. See Bastille Properties v. Hometels of more.

Summary: 210 F. Supp. As was stated by the court in Treemond Co. v. Schering Corp., 3 Cir., 1941, 122 F.2d 702, 705: "There can be no doubt that an `actual controversy' does not exist until the patentee makes some claim that his patent is being infringed. * * *" See also Technical Tape Corp. v. Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co., 2 Cir., 1952, 200 F.2d 876; Dewey & Almy Chemical Co. v. American Anode, Inc., 3 Cir., 137 F.2d 68, cert. Equally clear from the testimony at the hearing is the fact that both more.

Summary: 50 F. Supp. By a certificate issued April 3, 1939 in accordance with the usage of the trade, this policy was made to apply to a lot of cocoa beans described by bag numbers and quality marks copied into the certificate from warehouse receipts therefor issued to it by the warehouseman; one of them on April 3rd and the others on March 31st, 1939. Despite the fact that the language construed in Nieschlag & Co. v. Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co., D.C., 43 F. Supp.

Summary: 311 B.R. 345 (2003) In re GLOBAL CROSSING, LTD. The plaintiffs in these two cases, having sustained losses due to the collapse in value of Global Crossing, Ltd., securities, assert fraud claims against their stockbrokers, who recommended Global Crossing stock to them, and against Gary Winnick, *347 founder and former cochairman of Global Crossing. Plaintiffs move to remand to state court, arguing (1) that the Court lacks jurisdiction because their claims are not "related to" the Global Crossing more.

Summary: 279 F. Supp. Memorandum Opinion and Order on Petition to Review Petitioner, Stanley Karman, Inc., was adjudged a bankrupt on December 12, 1966. At that time, the Referee denied confirmation of an amended plan of arrangement submitted by petitioner in a Chapter XI proceeding commenced in a pending involuntary bankruptcy proceeding. Petitioner seeks a review and reversal of the order of December 12, 1966 which also vacated a stay of the involuntary proceeding (entered upon the request of more.

Summary: 964 F. Supp. 762 (1997) Charles AINI, I.C.E. Marketing Corporation, Jacob Aini and Topiclear Beauty Products, Inc., Plaintiffs, v. SUN TAIYANG CO., LTD., Palms Fashion, Inc., Jigu Trading Co., Inc., Societe Internationale de Cosmetiques, Marcel Cohne, CCI Co., REC Co., Emile Garou, Ismael Jedouane, Michel Farah, Mitchell Pharmaceuticals, New York Line Manufacture, and Choice International, Defendants. Harry Frischer, Solomon, Zauderer, Ellenhorn, Frischer & Sharp, Bernardo Burstein, Akerman, more.

Summary: 355 F. Supp. 1293 (1973) Sidney DANIELSON, Regional Director, Region 2 of the National Labor Relations Board, For and on Behalf of the NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, Petitioner, v. LOCAL 814, INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS, CHAUFFEURS, WAREHOUSEMEN AND HELPERS OF AMERICA, and Santini Brothers, Inc., Respondents. The Regional Director, Region 2, of the National Labor Relations Board ("the Board"), has filed this petition pursuant to Section 10(l) of the National Labor Relations Act, as more.

Summary: 240 F. Supp. [14] Debt Validation Notice Plaintiff claims also, in substance, that the collection letter violated Section 1692g's validation provision—which requires notice to the debtor of the debtor's right to seek validation of the debt—because the references to possible litigation overshadowed the notice and would lead the debtor to believe that seeking validation or disputing the debt would be futile and could not stave off litigation.2d 317 (1993) (when nonmoving party bears burden of more.

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Summary: 999 F. Supp. 493 (1998) Juan Carlos CABREJA-ROJAS A30-123-793, Petitioner, v. Janet RENO, Attorney General of the United States, and Edward McElroy, New York District Director, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondents. This petition for a writ of habeas corpus presents the question whether the Due Process Clause requires that a permanent resident alien who is subject to a final order of deportation is entitled to a hearing before a decision maker independent of the Immigration and more.

Summary: 213 F. Supp. Milton Binstock, as owner of the Pleasure Craft INA B II, has filed a petition, pursuant to 46 U.S.C. § 183 et seq., seeking exoneration from or limitation of liability for damages asserted by the claimants as a result of the deaths of Samuel Glassberg and Murray Friedman. I find that in late September of 1958, petitioner proceeded to Mantoloking, New Jersey, with Samuel Glassberg, to give Glassberg an opportunity to inspect the INA B II as she lay in the water alongside Winter's more.

Summary: 810 F. Supp. Servs., Inc. v. Tollman, 786 F. Supp. Because of an ambiguity in one paragraph of that decision, and because the parties overlooked — in both their summary judgment memoranda and their initial memoranda *1396 on motion for reargument — numerous arguments and cases, including a major Second Circuit decision on the issue of damages, Sharma v. Skaarup Ship Management Corp., 916 F.2d 820 (2d Cir.1990) (Winter, J.), U S West's motion for reargument is granted, the November 18, 1992 more.

Summary: 10 F. Supp. Cf. Park v. Warner Brothers et al. (D. C.) 8 F. Supp. 37, 38; Welch v. Warner (D. C.) 47 F.(2d) 231, affirmed 47 F.(2d) 232 (C. C. A. 2); Sklarsky v. Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. (D. C.) 47 F.(2d) 662, 665; Cheatham v. Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co. (D. C.) 37 F.(2d) 593, 598, 599. These documents conveniently fall into the following categories: (1) Agreed copies of the French text and translations into English of three decisions, rendered successively on October 24, 1921, on more.

Summary: 61 F. Supp. 2d 985 (1995); see also Prudential Lines, Inc. v. Exxon Corp., 704 F.2d 59, 64 (2d Cir.1983); First Montauk Securities Corp. v. Menter, 26 F. Supp. See Bancol v. Bancolombia, 61 F. Supp.