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Summary: 335 F. Supp. In this action the plaintiff, Charlene A. Gunter, pursuant to § 205(g) of the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C.A. § 405(g), seeks review of the decision of the Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare denying her claim filed on August 20, 1968, for disabled widow's benefit under §§ 202(e) and 223 of the Social Security Act, as amended, 42 U.S.C. A. §§ 402(e) and 223. Plaintiff filed a request for review of the Hearing Examiner's action with the Appeals Council and on September 8, more.

Summary: 897 F. Supp. J.A. Brundage Plumbing v. Massachusetts Bay Ins., 818 F. Supp. 553, 557 (W.D.N.Y.1993), vacated by request of attorneys, 153 F.R.D. 36, 38 (W.D.N.Y.1994);[2]Noyes v. American Motorists Ins., 855 F. Supp. Co., 878 F. Supp. Co., 891 F. Supp. Co. v. Reboans, Inc., 852 F. Supp.

Summary: 455 F. Supp. 2d 876 (2006) Darlene HOGAN, Plaintiff v. CITY OF EL DORADO, a subordinate political entity in the State of Arkansas; Bobby Beard, Mayor of the City of El Dorado, in his official and individual capacities; Floyd McAdoo, Fire Chief, El Dorado Fire Department, City of El Dorado, in his official and individual capacities; Robert McDaniel, Assistant Fire Chief, El Dorado Fire Department, City of El Dorado, in his official and individual capacities; Kenneth King, Assistant Fire Chief, more.

Summary: 265 F. Supp. There is before the court a motion, filed January 25, 1967, by defendant, Ollie Monette, Administratrix of the Estate of Robert Roseman Monette, deceased, to dismiss plaintiffs' complaint or for summary judgment. In the motion to dismiss or for summary judgment, the defendant Administratrix alleged that she was appointed Administratrix of the Estate of her deceased husband, Robert Roseman Monette, on November 29, 1965, and that on November 30, 1965, notice was given to creditors more.

Summary: 157 F. Supp. In Fuller v. Folsom, D.C.W.D.Ark., 155 F. Supp. Thurston v. Hobby, D.C.Mo., 133 F. Supp. 205; Norment v. Hobby, D.C.Ala., 124 F. Supp. Rosewall v. Folsom, 7 Cir., 239 F.2d 724; United States v. LaLone, 9 Cir., 152 F.2d 43; Social Security Board v. Warren, 8 Cir., 142 F.2d 974; Walker v. Altmeyer, 2 Cir., 137 F.2d 531; McGrew v. Hobby, D.C. Kan., 129 F. Supp. 627; Hemmerle v. Hobby, D.C.N.J., 114 F. Supp. 16; Schmidt v. Ewing, D.C.Pa., 108 F. Supp. 505; Holland v. Altmeyer, more.

Summary: 165 F. Supp. W. K. Ferrell (W.E.) was a defendant, but the plaintiff dismissed as to the defendant, W. K. Ferrell, and the case went to trial to the court without a jury with George V. Dearing as plaintiff and H. C. Ferrell, Reathel Ferrell, Don Ferrell, Mary Frances Ferrell, P. G. Conner and Wandaleen Conner, and William Lynn Ferrell as defendants. The plaintiff alleged that the defendant, William Lynn Ferrell, was an employee of the other defendants who were and are engaged in business as more.

Summary: 915 F. Supp. 93 (1995) Eugene CRENSHAW, Plaintiff, v. GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORPORATION, Defendant. This Court's function at the summary judgment stage is not to weigh the evidence, but to determine "whether the record, when viewed in the light most favorable to the non-moving party, shows no genuine issue of material fact and that the moving party is entitled to judgment as a matter of law." Langley v. Allstate Insurance Co., 995 F.2d 841, 844 (8th Cir.1993). "In defendant's Motion for Summary more.

Summary: 352 F. Supp. *1267 Fines F. Batchelor, Jr. (Batchelor & Batchelor), Van Buren, Ark., for plaintiff. In Retail Store Employees Union v. Drug Fair Community Drug, 307 F. Supp. In Hoff et al. v. North American Aviation, Inc., 67 F. Supp. In Anderson v. Federal Cartridge Corp., 62 F. Supp. *1271 As the Court stated in Wirtz v. Harrigill, 214 F. Supp.

Summary: 167 B.R. 891 (1993) Joe LAUGHTER, Appellant, v. C. Douglas SPEIGHT. ORDER AND JUDGMENT ENTERED BY CHANCELLOR OLIVER L. ADAMS IN BENTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS On May 10, 1991, Chancellor Oliver L. Adams entered an Order and Judgment in the case between Joe Laughter a/k/a Joseph E. Laughter and Doug Speight a/k/a C. Douglas Speight, after trial on the merits. * * * * * * Therefore, from the facts presented into evidence, LAUGHTER has established by a preponderance of proof that SPEIGHT breached his more.

Summary: 212 F. Supp. 2d 945 (2002) Dan McCARTHY, as the Parent and as Next Friend of his minor daughter Plaintiff v. Faye BOOZMAN, in his Official Capacity as Director, State of Arkansas Department of Health; John Doe 1 through John Doe 20, in their Official Capacities as agents, servants, employees or officials of the State of Arkansas, Department of Health; and Ozark School District Defendants No. 01-2266. Plaintiff Dan McCarthy instituted this 42 U.S.C. § 1983 action on behalf of his eleven-year-old more.

Summary: 99 F. Supp. See Green v. Equitable Powder Manufacturing Company, D.C.W.D.Ark., 94 F. Supp. The plaintiff adopted by reference substantially all of the allegations contained in the original complaint and, in addition thereto, alleged that the offending electrical blasting cap was manufactured by the Western Cartridge Company, a division *239 of Olin Industries, Inc.; that the Olin Industries, Inc., is a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware and is not more.

Summary: 317 F. Supp. Plaintiff contends that defendant's job classification system, which separately classifies "heavy" and "light" (male and female) jobs, is arbitrary and lacks any rational purpose or basis other than the perpetuation of sex-discriminatory pay rates to its women workers. He contends that the work required of men and women punch press operators, paint line tenders, sub-assemblers, final assemblers, inspectors, and packers, is plainly equal within the meaning of the Act, which requires more.

Summary: 954 F. Supp. 1326 (1997) Carolyn Sue PARNELL, Administratrix of the Estate of Melissa Ann Witt, Deceased, Plaintiff, v. C & N BOWL CORPORATION, INC. d/b/a Bowling World of Fort Smith, Arkansas, Defendant. On December 4, 1994, her car was found the parking lot of *1327 Bowling World, a place of business owned and operated by defendant in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Plaintiff's complaint states that "defendant failed to exercise ordinary care to provide for the safety of business invitees in the more.

Summary: 119 B.R. 660 (1990) In re Franklin Doty MILLER. FIRST STATE BANK OF PURDY, MO., et al., Appellants, v. Franklin Doty MILLER, et al., Appellees. This is an appeal from a decision of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Arkansas in an action arising out of the bankruptcy of Franklin *661 Doty Miller. The First State Bank of Purdy, Missouri, the First National Bank and Trust Company of Rogers, Arkansas, and the Creditors' Committee appeal from the bankruptcy court's more.

Summary: 955 F. Supp. 1078 (1997) SOUTHWESTERN ENERGY COMPANY; Seeco, Inc.; and Arkansas Western Gas Company, Plaintiffs, v. Marilyn EICKENHORST, Defendant and Counter-Plaintiff, v. SOUTHWESTERN ENERGY COMPANY; Seeco, Inc.; Arkansas Western Gas Company; Thomas A. Mars, Individually and as a Partner in Everett, Shemin, Mars, & Stills, and the Law Firm of Everett, Shemin, Mars, & Stills, Counter-Defendants. Defendant's first motion for partial summary judgment, filed on November 22, 1996, seeks judgment more.

Summary: 483 F. Supp. 2d 751 (2007) James Allen NUNLEY, Plaintiff v. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, United States of America; Drug Enforcement Agency; Officer Halfacre, Individually and in his Official Capacities; Federal Narcotics Agents, Individually and in their Official Capacities, Defendants. Now on this 5th day of March, 2007, come on for consideration the Report And Recommendation Of The Magistrate Judge (document # 80), Plaintiffs Reply To Defendants' Response To Plaintiffs Motion For Summary Judgment more.

Summary: 488 F. Supp. 1979); Novosel v. Northway Motor Car Corp., 460 F. Supp. 541 (N.D.N.Y.1978); Barr v. General Motors Corp., 80 F.R.D. 136 (S.D.Ohio 1978); Barnette v. Chrysler Corp., 434 F. Supp.

Summary: 387 F. Supp. 2d 978 (2005) ESSEX INSURANCE COMPANY Plaintiff v. INLAND MARINE SALES, LLC; Chris Warman; Diamond Lakes Boat Transport, Inc.; Randy Schroeder; Patrick and Linda Flowers; and Insurance Company of North America Defendants. Essex Insurance Company (hereinafter "Essex") brings this diversity action seeking a declaratory judgment that an insurance policy it issued to Inland Marine Sales, LLC (hereinafter "Inland") provides no coverage for a property damage judgment rendered against the more.

Summary: 189 B.R. 190 (1994) Thomas S. STREETMAN, Trustee, Plaintiff, v. UNITED STATES of America, Defendant. *191 Charles W. Baker, Rose Law Firm, Little Rock, AR, for Thomas S. Streetman, Trustee. Thomas S. Streetman, Trustee, Arnold, Hamilton & Streetman, Crossett, AR. Thomas S. Streetman (Trustee) currently serves as the trustee in the bankruptcy case. See Gibson v. United States (In re Russell), 927 F.2d 413 (8th Cir.1991). See Streetman v. United States (In re Russell), 154 B.R. 723, 727 ( more.

Summary: 712 F. Supp. In November 1987, an SSA administrative law judge (ALJ) granted benefits for the period after April 17, 1986, and also for the period between June 1983 (the date of the onset of plaintiff's disability) and February 1985 (nine months after the start of plaintiff's employment). The magistrate construed the "expected to last" clause to mean that "a person may return to work after five but before twelve months from the onset of the disability ... [if] her disability is still expected more.