10,000+ Cases Found
(You may want to narrow your search further using our search filters)
Employment and Labor - Other

Filter Search

Employment and Labor - Other
No. 05-1126
127 S.Ct. 1955 (2007) | Cited 153435 times
... 550 U. S. ____ (2007) Liability under §1 of the Sherman Act, 15 U. S. C. §1, requires a "contract, combination ... , or conspiracy, in restraint of trade or commerce." The question in this putative class action is whether a §1 complaint can survive a motion to dismiss when it alleges that major ...
No. 84-1602
106 S. Ct. 2505 (1986) | Cited 141570 times
... JUSTICE WHITE delivered the opinion of the Court. In New York Times Co. v. Sullivan, 376 U.S. 254, 279-280 (1964), we held that, in a libel suit brought by a public official, the First Amendment requires the plaintiff to show that in publishing the defamatory statement the defendant acted with ...
No. 85-198
106 S. Ct. 2548 (1986) | Cited 130824 times
... JUSTICE REHNQUIST delivered the opinion of the Court. The United States District Court for the District of Columbia granted the motion of petitioner Celotex Corporation for summary judgment against respondent Catrett because the latter was unable to produce evidence in support of her allegation in ...
No. 75-1914
98 S. Ct. 2018 (1978) | Cited 42801 times
... MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN delivered the opinion of the Court. Petitioners, a class of female employees of the Department of Social Services and of the Board of Education of the city of New York, commenced this action under 42 U. S. C. § 1983 in July 1971. 1 The gravamen of the complaint was that the ...
No. 90-1424
504 U.S. 555 (1992) | Cited 16325 times
... JUSTICE SCALIA delivered the opinion of the Court with respect to Parts I, II, III-A, and IV, and an opinion with respect to Part III-B in which THE CHIEF JUSTICE, JUSTICE WHITE, and JUSTICE THOMAS join. This case involves a challenge to a rule promulgated by the Secretary of the Interior ...
No. 81-1244
103 S. Ct. 1933 (1983) | Cited 12804 times
... JUSTICE POWELL delivered the opinion of the Court. Title 42 U. S. C. § 1988 provides that in federal civil rights actions "the court, in its discretion, may allow the prevailing party, other than the United States, a reasonable attorney's fee as part of the costs." The issue in this case is ...
No. 243
86 S. Ct. 1130 (1966) | Cited 12630 times
... MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN delivered the opinion of the Court. Respondent Paul Gibbs was awarded compensatory and punitive damages in this action against petitioner United Mine Workers of America (UMW) for alleged violations of § 303 of the Labor Management Relations Act, 1947, 61 Stat. 158, as amended, ...
No. 19
59 S. Ct. 206 (1938) | Cited 10482 times
... MR. CHIEF JUSTICE HUGHES delivered the opinion of the Court. The United Electrical and Radio Workers of America, affiliated with the Committee for Industrial Organization, filed a charge, on May 5, 1937, with the National Labor Relations Board that the Consolidated Edison Company of New York and ...
No. 81-1203
103 S. Ct. 927 (1983) | Cited 7622 times
... JUSTICE BRENNAN delivered the opinion of the Court. This case, commenced as a petition for an order to compel arbitration under § 4 of the United States Arbitration Act of 1925 (Arbitration Act or Act), 9 U. S. C. § 4, presents the question whether, in light of the policies of the Act and of our ...
No. 90-1807
37 F.3d 1069 (1994) | Cited 7335 times
... Per Curiam: In this products liability case, we hold that the district court appropriately and fairly granted summary judgment for the defendants. The plaintiffs are the heirs of Marvin Joe Little and Charles Carter. Little and Carter were experienced welders working in the wingtank of a barge. At ...
No. 86-526
107 S. Ct. 2425 (1987) | Cited 6711 times
... JUSTICE BRENNAN delivered the opinion of the Court. The question for decision is whether respondents' state-law complaint for breach of individual employment contracts is completely pre-empted by § 301 of the Labor Management Relations Act, 1947 (LMRA), 61 Stat. 156, 29 U. S. C. § 185, and ...
No. 40
71 S. Ct. 456 (1951) | Cited 6283 times
... MR. JUSTICE FRANKFURTER delivered the opinion of the Court. The essential issue raised by this case and its companion, Labor Board v. Pittsburgh Steamship Co., post, p. 498, is the effect of the Administrative Procedure Act and the legislation colloquially known as the Taft-Hartley Act on the duty ...
No. 80-824
102 S. Ct. 445 (1981) | Cited 6017 times
... JUSTICE POWELL delivered the opinion of the Court. The question in this case is whether a public defender acts "under color of state law" when representing an indigent defendant in a state criminal proceeding. I This case arose when the respondent Russell Richard Dodson filed a pro se complaint ...
No. 82-695
103 S. Ct. 2841 (1983) | Cited 5968 times
... JUSTICE BRENNAN delivered the opinion of the Court. The principal question in dispute between the parties is whether the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), 88 Stat. 829, as amended, 29 U. S. C. § 1001 et seq. (1976 ed. and Supp. V), permits state tax authorities      to ...
No. 89-3253
901 F.2d 387 (1990) | Cited 5518 times
... CHAPMAN, Circuit Judge: The plaintiff/appellant, Clifton William Weller, appeals the dismissal of his suit for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. The district court dismissed the action sua sponte prior to service of process pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 12(h)(3), for lack of federal jurisdiction. We ...
No. 81-1374
104 S. Ct. 1541 (1984) | Cited 5092 times
... JUSTICE POWELL delivered the opinion of the Court. Title 42 U. S. C. § 1988 (1976 ed., Supp. V) provides that in federal civil rights actions "the court, in its discretion, may allow the prevailing party, other than the United States, a reasonable attorney's fee as part of the costs." The initial ...
No. 90-256
111 S. Ct. 2123 (1991) | Cited 4964 times
... JUSTICE WHITE delivered the opinion of the Court. This case requires us to explore the scope of the inherent power of a federal court to sanction a litigant for bad-faith conduct. Specifically, we are asked to determine whether the District Court, sitting in diversity, properly invoked its ...
No. 29278 Summary Calendar
431 F.2d 409 (1970) | Cited 4744 times
... JOHN R. BROWN, Chief Judge: "Touching the Adventures and Perils which we, the said Underwriters, are contented to bear and take upon us, they are of the Seas, Men-of-War, Fire, Lightning, Earthquake, Enemies, Pirates, Rovers, Assailing Thieves, Jettisons, Letters of Mart and Counter-Mart, ...
No. 86-1646
809 F.2d 626 (1987) | Cited 4688 times
... Before: Dorothy W. Nelson, Stephen Reinhardt and Charles Wiggins, Circuit Judges. NELSON, Circuit Judge: Eight electrical contractors appeal from the district court's grant of summary judgment in favor of defendant Pacific Electrical Contractors Association on all of the contractor's federal ...
No. 85-1742
829 F.2d 1370 (1987) | Cited 4533 times
... CELEBREZZE, Senior Circuit Judge. Defendant-appellant Detroit Federation of Teachers, Local 231, American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO ("DFT" or "the Union") appeals that portion of a district court's order which rejected a magistrate's recommendation that DFT be awarded attorney's fees ...
No. 39
84 S. Ct. 710 (1964) | Cited 4526 times
... MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN delivered the opinion of the Court. We are required in this case to determine for the first time the extent to which the constitutional protections for speech and press limit a State's power to award damages in a libel action brought by a public official against critics of his ...
No. 92-3676
998 F.2d 1192 (1993) | Cited 4234 times
... Opinion OF THE COURT COWEN, Circuit Judge. White Consolidated Industries, Inc. ("WCI") sold a group of unprofitable businesses and their associated underfunded pension plans to a newly formed corporation. WCI, however, remained contractually obligated to make substantial contributions to the ...
No. 443
80 S. Ct. 1347 (1960) | Cited 4090 times
... Opinion of the Court by MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS, announced by MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN. Respondent transports steel and steel products by barge and maintains a terminal at Chickasaw, Alabama, where it performs maintenance and repair work on its barges. The employees at that terminal constitute a bargaining ...
No. 81-334
103 S. Ct. 897 (1983) | Cited 3573 times
... JUSTICE STEVENS delivered the opinion of the Court. This case arises out of a dispute between parties to a multi-employer collective-bargaining agreement. The plaintiff unions allege that, in violation of the antitrust laws, the multi-employer association and its members coerced certain third ...
No. 04-35634
427 F.3d 1211 (2005) | Cited 3568 times
... FOR PUBLICATION OPINION Argued and Submitted September 15, 2005 -- Portland, Oregon Before: Raymond C. Fisher, Ronald M. Gould, and Carlos T. Bea, Circuit Judges. Jana Bayliss appeals the district court's affirmance of the Social Security Commissioner's denial of her application for disability ...
No. 62
90 S. Ct. 1011 (1970) | Cited 3513 times
... MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN delivered the opinion of the Court. The question for decision is whether a State that terminates public assistance payments to a particular recipient without affording him the opportunity for an evidentiary hearing prior to termination denies the recipient procedural due ...
No. 85-2244
833 F.2d 128 (1987) | Cited 3397 times
... CHOY, Senior Circuit Judge: Ann Malone appeals the district court's decision, following Malone's violation of a pretrial order, to dismiss with prejudice her suit against the United States Postal Services. We affirm. BACKGROUND Ann Malone brought suit against the United States Postal Service ...
No. 47
67 S. Ct. 385 (1947) | Cited 3383 times
... MR. JUSTICE MURPHY delivered the opinion of the Court. This case presents an important problem under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure as to the extent to which a party may inquire into oral and written statements of witnesses, or other information, secured by an adverse party's counsel in the ...
No. 84-1913
106 S. Ct. 1415 (1986) | Cited 3322 times
... JUSTICE WHITE delivered the opinion of the Court. The issue presented in this case is whether a court asked to order arbitration of a grievance filed under a collective-bargaining agreement must first determine that the parties intended to arbitrate the dispute, or whether that determination is ...
No. 87-5673
886 F.2d 1472 (1989) | Cited 3276 times
... BERTELSMAN, District Judge INTRODUCTION This is a securities/commodities fraud action, originally brought in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee. It alleges a broker's violations of the Commodities Exchange Act, 7 U.S.C. §§ 6, 6a, 6c, 6d, 6o and 25; the ...
No. 114
87 S. Ct. 903 (1967) | Cited 3234 times
... MR. JUSTICE WHITE delivered the opinion of the Court. On February 13, 1962, Benjamin Owens filed this class action against petitioners, as officers and representatives of the National Brotherhood of Packinghouse Workers 1 and of its Kansas City Local No. 12 (the Union), in the Circuit Court of ...
No. 81-757
104 S. Ct. 3315 (1984) | Cited 3116 times
... JUSTICE O'CONNOR delivered the opinion of the Court. Parents of black public school children allege in this nationwide class action that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has not adopted sufficient standards and procedures to fulfill its obligation to deny tax-exempt status to racially ...
No. 87-6146
896 F.2d 1542 (1989) | Cited 3109 times
... STEPHEN REINHARDT, Circuit Judge: This case involves the worldwide television rights to a number of Laurel and Hardy silent films ("the silent subjects"). Appellee's predecessor in interest, Hal Roach, Inc., and appellant Richard Feiner and Company, Inc. ("Feiner & Co.") entered into a written ...
No. 97-2000
526 U.S. 40 (1999) | Cited 3009 times
... Opinion of the Court AMERICAN MFRS. MUT. INS. CO. v. SULLIVAN ____ U. S. ____ (1999) NOTICE: This opinion is subject to formal revision before publication in the preliminary print of the United States Reports. Readers are requested to notify the Reporter of Decisions, Supreme Court of the United ...
No. 81-460
102 S. Ct. 2515 (1982) | Cited 2966 times
... CHIEF JUSTICE BURGER delivered the opinion of the Court. We granted certiorari to determine whether a federal court should abstain from considering a challenge to the constitutionality of disciplinary rules that are the subject of pending state disciplinary proceedings within the jurisdiction of ...
No. 1, Misc.
69 S. Ct. 85 (1948) | Cited 2859 times
... MR. JUSTICE BLACK delivered the opinion of the Court. The questions presented chiefly involve the scope and application of the statute which authorizes a citizen to prosecute or defend actions in federal courts "without being required to prepay fees or costs or for the printing of the record in ...
Docket No. 98-2954
222 F.3d 99 (2000) | Cited 2705 times
... Argued: November 3, 1999 Appeal from two orders of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (Lawrence M. McKenna, Judge) insofar as they denied defendants-appellants' motion for summary judgment. The plaintiff cross-appeals from the orders insofar as they dismissed ...
No. 06-36072
554 F.3d 1219 (2009) | Cited 2644 times
... FOR PUBLICATION OPINION Argued and Submitted October 23, 2008 -- Portland, Oregon. Before: A. Wallace Tashima and Milan D. Smith, Jr., Circuit Judges, and George H. Wu, 1 District Judge. Opinion by Judge Tashima; Concurrence by Judge Wu OPINION Mary Bray ("Bray") appeals the district ...
No. 89-275
110 S. Ct. 2447 (1990) | Cited 2623 times
... This case presents three issues related to the application of Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: whether a district court may impose Rule 11 sanctions on a plaintiff who has voluntarily dismissed his complaint pursuant to Rule 41(a)(1)(i) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure; what ...
No. 77-335
98 S. Ct. 2380 (1978) | Cited 2583 times
... MR. JUSTICE POWELL delivered the opinion of the Court. Respondents are the representative plaintiffs in a class action brought under Fed. Rule Civ. Proc. 23 (b)(3). They sought to require petitioners, the defendants below, to help compile a list of the names and addresses of the members of the ...
No. 81-2386
103 S. Ct. 2281 (1983) | Cited 2581 times
... JUSTICE BRENNAN delivered the opinion of the Court. Each of these cases arose as a suit by an employee or employees against an employer and a union, alleging that the employer had breached a provision of a collective-bargaining agreement, and that the union had breached its duty of fair ...
No. 75-2441
549 F.2d 884 (1977) | Cited 2512 times
... HUNTER, Circuit Judge: Plaintiff mortgagors appeal from the dismissal of their civil antitrust suit against their mortgagee, First Federal Savings and Loan Association ("First Federal"), the mortgagee's law firm, Johnstone & O'Dwyer, and the directors of First Federal. Plaintiffs brought a class ...
No. 08-35374
574 F.3d 685 (2009) | Cited 2508 times
... FOR PUBLICATION OPINION Argued and Submitted June 5, 2009-Portland, Oregon Before: Alfred T. Goodwin, Diarmuid F. O'Scannlain, and Raymond C. Fisher, Circuit Judges. Opinion by Judge O'Scannlain OPINION We must determine the circumstances under which the Social Security Administration can ...
Docket No. 03-6094
362 F.3d 28 (2004) | Cited 2424 times
... Argued: November 21, 2003 Plaintiff Darline Halloran appeals from a judgment entered in the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York (Sharpe, Mag. J.), affirming the decision of the Commissioner of Social Security ("the Commissioner"), who denied Halloran's claim for ...
No. 75-436
96 S. Ct. 612 (1976) | Cited 2406 times
... PER CURIAM. These appeals present constitutional challenges to the key provisions of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, (Act) and related provisions of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, all as amended in 1974. 1      The Court of Appeals, in sustaining the legislation in large part ...
No. 71-6078
93 S. Ct. 1146 (1973) | Cited 2381 times
... MR. JUSTICE MARSHALL delivered the opinion of the Court. Appellant, the mother of an illegitimate child, brought this action in United States District Court on behalf of herself, her child, and others similarly situated to enjoin      the "discriminatory application" of Art. 602 of the Texas ...
No. 94-1425
46 F.3d 1298 (1995) | Cited 2326 times
... COWEN, Circuit Judge. This appeal arises from an order dismissing a personal injury suit without prejudice after the plaintiff failed to serve a summons upon the defendant within 120 days of filing the complaint as required by Rule 4 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The issue of whether, ...
No. 84-4230
782 F.2d 1470 (1986) | Cited 2326 times
... Before: WRIGHT, CANBY and WIGGINS, Circuit Judges. EUGENE A. WRIGHT, Circuit Judge. FACTS This action arose out of the breakdown in an attorney-client relationship between Eitel and McCool late in 1983. Eitel filed a complaint against McCool with the Washington State Bar Association in 1984. ...
No. 82-738
104 S. Ct. 892 (1984) | Cited 2312 times
... JUSTICE BLACKMUN delivered the opinion of the Court. This case raises issues concerning the claim preclusive effect 1 of a state-court judgment in the context of a subsequent suit, under 42 U. S. C. §§ 1983 and 1985 (1976 ed., Supp. V), in federal court. I Petitioner, Dr. Ethel D. Migra, was ...
No. 91-36275, No. 92-35127, No. 92-35549, No. 92-35552, No. 92-35553, No. 92-35554, No. 92-35555
5 F.3d 1255 (1993) | Cited 2305 times
... THOMPSON, Circuit Judge: These consolidated appeals arise from complaints filed by School District 1J, Multnomah County, Oregon (the "School District"). The School District sought to recover the cost of removing asbestos-containing products from over 100 school buildings. The defendants are ...
No. 74-1124
96 S. Ct. 1917 (1976) | Cited 2282 times
... MR. JUSTICE POWELL delivered the opinion of the Court. Several indigents and organizations composed of indigents brought this suit against the Secretary of the Treasury and the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. They asserted that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) violated the Internal Revenue ...
No. 72-1465
94 S. Ct. 1800 (1974) | Cited 2280 times
... MR. JUSTICE POWELL delivered the opinion of the Court. This case concerns the constitutionality of certain regulations promulgated by appellant Procunier in his capacity as Director of the California Department of Corrections. Appellees brought a class action on behalf of themselves and all other ...
No. 71-1332
93 S. Ct. 1278 (1973) | Cited 2275 times
... MR. JUSTICE POWELL delivered the opinion of the Court. This suit attacking the Texas system of financing public education was initiated by Mexican-American parents whose children attend the elementary and secondary      schools in the Edgewood Independent School District, an urban school district ...
Docket No. 99-6089
201 F.3d 110 (2000) | Cited 2260 times
... Argued: November 3, 1999 Plaintiff appeals from an order of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (Preska, J.), granting defendant's motion to dismiss the complaint for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. AFFIRMED. BACKGROUND In 1982, Natalia Makarova was ...
No. 99-41037
224 F.3d 496 (2000) | Cited 2221 times
... Appeal from the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas Relying partly on the advice of Morgan Stanley, later Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co. ("Morgan Stanley"), the board of directors and stockholders of Allwaste, Inc. ("Allwaste"), voted to merge with Philip Services ...
No. 79-886
101 S. Ct. 677 (1981) | Cited 2215 times
... JUSTICE REHNQUIST delivered the opinion of the Court. We granted certiorari in this case to address important questions concerning the scope of the attorney-client privilege in the corporate context and the applicability of the work-product doctrine in proceedings to enforce tax summonses. 445 ...
No. 07-371
128 S.Ct. 2161 (2008) | Cited 2205 times
... Opinion of the Court 553 U. S. ____ (2008) "It is a principle of general application in Anglo-American jurisprudence that one is not bound by a judgment in personam in a litigation in which he is not designated as a party or to which he has not been made a party by service of process." Hansberry ...
No. 02-763
124 S.Ct. 376 (2003) | Cited 2199 times
... Under the Social Security Act, the Social Security Administration (SSA) is authorized to pay disability insurance benefits and Supplemental Security Income to persons who have a "disability." A person qualifies as disabled, and thereby eligible for such benefits, "only if his physical or mental ...
No. 88-2161
891 F.2d 591 (1989) | Cited 2180 times
... MERRITT, Chief Judge. In this § 1983 (pro se) prisoner action for compensatory and punitive damages, Michigan prisoners Wells and Hall ("plaintiffs") appeal the District Court's order entering summary judgment in favor of nine states corrections officials. Plaintiffs contend they were denied due ...
Nos. 83-5607, 83-5776
733 F.2d 646 (1984) | Cited 2169 times
... SKOPIL, Circuit Judge: Thomas Jones, Jr., dba T.A. Jones & Associates, ("Jones"), brought an action pro se against the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles ("CRA"), employees of CRA, two bonding companies, agents of the bonding companies, and three City of Los Angeles employees. The ...
No. 03-2123
423 F.3d 347 (2005) | Cited 2150 times
... PRECEDENTIAL Before: MICHEL, Chief Judge, OBERDORFER and STAFFORD, Senior District Judges. 1 OPINION Karen E. Evancho ("Evancho") appeals the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania's dismissal without prejudice of her amended complaint against D. Michael Fisher, ...
No. 93-1041
7 F.3d 1130 (1993) | Cited 2145 times
... MURNAGHAN, Circuit Judge: Plaintiff-appellant Mylan Laboratories, Inc. ("Mylan") has appealed the dismissal of its Third Amended Complaint for failure to state a claim pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(6). The district court dismissed all of Mylan's claims with prejudice. On ...
No. 74-1303
96 S. Ct. 2074 (1976) | Cited 2135 times
... MR. JUSTICE STEVENS delivered the opinion of the Court. Acting on the recommendation of the Chief of Police, the City Manager of Marion, N.C., terminated petitioner's employment as a policeman without affording him a hearing to determine the sufficiency of the cause for his discharge. Petitioner ...
No. 90-8001
937 F.2d 580 (1991) | Cited 2124 times
... GIBSON, Senior Circuit Judge. Patricia Edwards appeals the district court's 1 order affirming the denial of her application for disability insurance benefits. We affirm the district court's order. I. BACKGROUND Edwards was born in May 1947 and is a high school graduate. In 1969 she began ...
No. 73-5845
95 S. Ct. 449 (1974) | Cited 2120 times
... MR. JUSTICE REHNQUIST delivered the opinion of the Court. Respondent Metropolitan Edison Co. is a privately owned and operated Pennsylvania corporation which holds a certificate of public convenience issued by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission empowering it to deliver electricity to a ...
No. 80-317
101 S. Ct. 1830 (1981) | Cited 2112 times
... JUSTICE STEWART delivered the opinion of the Court. On March 1, 1978, Walter Camenisch, a deaf graduate student at the University of Texas, filed a complaint alleging      that the University had violated § 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 87 Stat. 394, as amended, 29 U. S. C. § 794 (1976 ...
No. 78-5072
99 S. Ct. 2264 (1979) | Cited 2105 times
... MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN delivered the opinion of the Court. Bivens v. Six Unknown Fed. Narcotics Agents, 403 U.S. 388 (1971), held that a "cause of action for damages" arises under      the Constitution when Fourth Amendment rights are violated. The issue presented for decision in this case is ...
No. 138
89 S. Ct. 1944 (1969) | Cited 2102 times
... MR. CHIEF JUSTICE WARREN delivered the opinion of the Court. In November 1966, petitioner Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., was duly elected from the 18th Congressional District of New York to serve in the United States House of Representatives for the 90th Congress. However, pursuant to a House ...
No. 94-17102, No. 94-17104
70 F.3d 1103 (1995) | Cited 2045 times
... RYMER, Circuit Judge: Two groups of plaintiffs, Jewel Cato, Joyce Cato, Howard Cato and Edward Cato; and Leerma Patterson, Charles Patterson, and Bobbie Trice Johnson (collectively "Cato"), filed nearly identical complaints in forma pauperis against the United States for damages due to the ...
No. 81-5093
667 F.2d 33 (1982) | Cited 2000 times
... This appeal challenges the district court's granting of summary judgment in favor of Reynolds Securities, Inc., which dismissed Murray Stein's federal claims and pendant state action. We affirm the dismissal of Stein's federal counts and remand Stein's pendant state action for further consideration ...
No. 83-5600
747 F.2d 863 (1984) | Cited 1995 times
... Before: GIBBONS, SLOVITER, Circuit Judges, and BISSELL, District Judge*fn* Opinion OFTHE COURT SLOVITER, Circuit Judge. This appeal, as well as another decided today involving the same attorney and district court judge, Scarborough v. Eubanks, No. 83-5601, is brought from a final order ...
No. 80-396
101 S. Ct. 2748 (1981) | Cited 1992 times
... JUSTICE BLACKMUN delivered the opinion of the Court. In Monell v. New York City Dept. of Social Services, 436 U.S. 658 (1978), this Court for the first time held that a local government was subject to suit as a "person" within the meaning of 42 U. S. C. § 1983. Aside from concluding that a ...
No. 84-773
106 S. Ct. 1326 (1986) | Cited 1990 times
... JUSTICE STEVENS delivered the opinion of the Court. This case raises an important question of federal appellate jurisdiction that was not considered by the Court of Appeals: Whether one member of a School Board has standing to appeal from a declaratory judgment against the Board. We conclude that ...
No. 87-499
108 S. Ct. 2166 (1988) | Cited 1988 times
... JUSTICE BRENNAN delivered the opinion of the Court. This case requires that we decide a peculiar jurisdictional battle between the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Each court has adamantly disavowed jurisdiction over this case. Each has ...
No. 97-1971
157 F.3d 191 (1998) | Cited 1984 times
... On Appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (D.C. No. 97-cv-03047) Submitted Pursuant to Third Circuit LAR 34.1(a) July 13, 1998 OPINION OF THE COURT This appeal requires us to consider the intersection of Rules 4(m) and 12(h) of the Federal Rules of ...
No. 85
90 S. Ct. 827 (1970) | Cited 1943 times
... MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS delivered the opinion of the Court. Petitioners sell data processing services to businesses generally. In this suit they seek to challenge a ruling by respondent Comptroller of the Currency that, as an incident to their banking services, national banks, including respondent ...
No. 86-279
108 S. Ct. 978 (1988) | Cited 1931 times
... JUSTICE BLACKMUN delivered the opinion of the Court. This case requires us to apply the materiality requirement Of § 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, 48 Stat. 881, as amended, 15 U. S. C. § 78a et seq. (1934 Act), and the Securities and Exchange Commissions Rule 10b-5, promulgated ...
No. 314
46 S. Ct. 126 (1926) | Cited 1930 times
... MR. JUSTICE SUTHERLAND delivered the opinion of the Court. This is a suit to enjoin certain state and county officers of Oklahoma from enforcing the provisions of § 7255 and § 7257, Compiled Oklahoma Statutes, 1921, challenged as unconstitutional. Section 7255 creates an eight-hour day for all ...
No. 95-2647
78 Ohio St.3d 380 (1997) | Cited 1908 times
... >  Douglas, J. The state of Ohio has filed an appeal from the judgment of the court of appeals and Thompkins has filed a cross-appeal. The parties have set forth various issues for our consideration. However, we limit our review solely to two important issues. The first issue concerns what type ...
No. 99-1893
220 F.3d 169 (2000) | Cited 1895 times
... Argued: June 19, 2000 Filed July 31, 2000 OPINION OF THE COURT I. INTRODUCTION Plaintiffs/appellants Gould Electronics, Inc. ("Gould") and American Premier Underwriters, Inc. ("APU") were co-defendants in a toxic tort case captioned Cheryl Allen, et al. v. Marathon Battery Co., et al., No. ...
No. 90-2246
933 F.2d 799 (1991) | Cited 1893 times
... ANDERSON, Circuit Judge Mary Hope Casias appeals from the district court's order affirming the decision of the Secretary of Health and Human Services to deny her application for Social Security disability benefits under Title II of the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. § 416(i) and 423. 2 We affirm. ...
No. 04-3337
421 F.3d 785 (2005) | Cited 1887 times
... Submitted: June 22, 2005 Before MURPHY, BYE, and SMITH, Circuit Judges. Geneva Goff appeals from the district court's 1 order affirming the Commissioner of Social Security's denial of her application for disability insurance and supplemental security income benefits. Goff claims she is disabled ...
No. 02-1999
346 F.3d 514 (2003) | Cited 1887 times
... PUBLISHED Argued: June 4, 2003 Affirmed by published opinion. Judge King wrote the majority opinion, in which Judge Wilkinson joined. Judge Widener wrote a dissenting opinion. OPINION This appeal arises from the damages phase of a protracted copyright dispute involving the Baltimore Ravens ...
No. 80-1952
102 S. Ct. 2777 (1982) | Cited 1855 times
... JUSTICE REHNQUIST delivered the opinion of the Court. Respondents represent a class of Medicaid patients challenging decisions by the nursing homes in which they reside to discharge or transfer patients without notice or an opportunity for a hearing. The question is whether the State may be held ...
Docket No. 11-2121-cv
683 F.3d 443 (2012) | Cited 1852 times
... 11-2121-cv Brault v. Social Security Administration Argued: May 22, 2012 Before: B.D. PARKER, HALL, WALLACE, 1 Circuit Judges. Plaintiff-Appellant appeals from the district court's affirmance of the decision of the Commissioner of Social Security denying his application for disability ...
Nos. 91-1339, 91-1458
974 F.2d 1358 (1992) | Cited 1833 times
... Opinion OF THE COURT 1 MANSMANN, Circuit Judge. In these cross appeals, we are once again called upon to delineate that quantum of evidence necessary for an antitrust plaintiff to prove in order to withstand a motion for summary judgment. Here the unsuccessful applicants for several BMW ...
No. 211
77 S. Ct. 912 (1957) | Cited 1826 times
... MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS delivered the opinion of the Court. Petitioner-union entered into a collective bargaining agreement in 1953 with respondent-employer, the agreement to run one year and from year to year thereafter, unless terminated on specified notices. The agreement provided that there would ...
No. 83-1748
105 S. Ct. 1904 (1985) | Cited 1820 times
... JUSTICE BLACKMUN delivered the opinion of the Court. The Wisconsin courts have made the bad-faith handling of an insurance claim a tort under state law. Those courts have gone further and have applied this tort to the handling of a claim under a disability plan included in a collective-bargaining ...
No. 74-2053
515 F.2d 1200 (1975) | Cited 1818 times
... WISDOM, Circuit Judge: In this diversity case, "the fundamental question," as the appellee frames it, "is whether a party who has wilfully disregarded the rules of the judicial process and ignored the trial setting of the court below, and who suffers a judgment by default as a result of his ...
NO. 01-21121
313 F.3d 305 (2002) | Cited 1796 times
... We are called upon to decide a second time whether Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co. ("Morgan Stanley") and its employees can be held liable to third parties for a due diligence investigation that Morgan Stanley performed and for a fairness opinion that it provided as a financial advisor to its ...
No. 343
87 S. Ct. 1801 (1967) | Cited 1785 times
... MR. JUSTICE FORTAS delivered the opinion of the Court. This case presents the question whether the federal court or an arbitrator is to resolve a claim of "fraud in      the inducement," under a contract governed by the United States Arbitration Act of 1925, 1 where there is no evidence that the ...
No. 08-55706
572 F.3d 677 (2009) | Cited 1783 times
... FOR PUBLICATION OPINION Argued and Submitted May 8, 2009 -- Pasadena, California Before: Betty B. Fletcher, Raymond C. Fisher, and Ronald M. Gould, Circuit Judges. The appellants were among the plaintiffs in the district court and are employees of foreign companies that sell goods to Wal-Mart ...
No. 79-4616
656 F.2d 1309 (1981) | Cited 1772 times
... Commodore Business Machines (Commodore) appeals the judgment of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, awarding plaintiff McDonnell Douglas the full $432,000 claimed in its breach of contract action, and denying Commodore's claim for a set off in the amount of ...
No. 66
79 S. Ct. 773 (1959) | Cited 1771 times
... MR. JUSTICE FRANKFURTER delivered the opinion of the Court. This case is before us for the second time. The present litigation began with a dispute between the petitioning unions and respondents, co-partners in the business of selling lumber and other materials in California. Respondents began an ...
No. 85-1744
810 F.2d 898 (1987) | Cited 1770 times
... KENNEDY, Circuit Judge: Foothills Express sued four major trucking lines, and the union representing their employees, in antitrust. Foothills appeals the summary judgment dismissing the action, a judgment rendered in favor of Neilson Freight Lines, DiSalvo Trucking Company, Delta Lines, Inc., ...
No. 79-701
100 S. Ct. 2455 (1980) | Cited 1752 times
... MR. JUSTICE POWELL delivered the opinion of the Court. This case presents the question whether federal courts have statutory or inherent power to tax attorney's fees directly against counsel who have abused the processes of the courts. I In June 1975, two former employees and one unsuccessful ...
No. 81-6248, Cal. No. 838 -- August Term, 1981
685 F.2d 60 (1982) | Cited 1736 times
... VAN GRAAFEILAND, Circuit Judge: Plaintiff David Rutherford appeals from a judgment of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, John M. Cannella, J., affirming a final decision of the Secretary of Health and Human Services terminating Rutherford's entitlement to ...
No. 00-3429
246 F.3d 762 (2001) | Cited 1731 times
... RECOMMENDED FOR FULL-TEXT PUBLICATION Pursuant to Sixth Circuit Rule 206 File Name: 01a0110p.06 Submitted: March 14, 2001 OPINION Plaintiff appeals from the district court's grant of judgment in favor of the Commissioner of Social Security. The issue presented in this case is whether there ...
No. 92-3714
24 F.3d 918 (1994) | Cited 1728 times
... ROVNER, Circuit Judge. For two and a half years, Sandra Waldridge worked for Futurex Industries, a small Indiana plastics company. For the majority of her employment with Futurex, Ms. Waldridge was assigned to tasks that required her to handle plastic resins and colorants and exposed her on a daily ...
No. 88-6249
894 F.2d 1520 (1990) | Cited 1695 times
... FAY, Circuit Judge: This case establishes for the Eleventh Circuit the standards for piercing the veil of fictitious family salary arrangements for the purpose of obtaining Social Security benefits. Specifically, we must determine if plaintiff-appellant Ted Martin was retired from his closely held ...
Case Summary: