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Supreme Court Docket Reports - 2002 Term
 


  • Number 16 / June 23, 2003 Contents: Telecommunications Act of 1996 — Preemption.

  • Number 15 / June 16, 2003 Contents: Bankruptcy — Chapter 13 — Cram Down Interest Rates.

  • Number 14 / June 9, 2003 Contents: Clean Air Act – Preemption.

  • Number 13 / May 27, 2003 Contents: Warsaw Convention — Air Carrier’s Liability for Aggravation of Passenger’s Preexisting.

  • Number 12 / May 19, 2003 Contents: Employment Discrimination — Civil Rights Act — Statute of Limitations.

  • Number 11 / Apr. 21, 2003 Contents: 1) Age Discrimination in Employment Act — Reverse Discrimination. 2) Securities Act — Subject Matter Jurisdiction — Coverage of Fixed-Return Sale-Leaseback Contract as Investment Contract. 3) Analysis of Supreme Court's Decision in State Farm v. Campbell.

  • Number 10 / Mar. 10, 2003 Contents: Telecommunications Act of 1996 - Antitrust Violations.

  • Number 9 / Feb. 24, 2003 Contents: 1) Americans with Disabilities Act — Employment Discrimination — Rights of Employee Terminated for Drug Use. 2) Clean Air Act — EPA Oversight of State Permitting Decisions.

  • Number 8 / Jan. 24, 2003 Contents: National Bank Act — Removal — State-Law Usurious Interest Claims.

  • Number 7 / Jan. 17, 2003 Contents: 1) Public Utilities — Preemption — Recovery of Rates Allocated by FERC. 2) Equal Protection Clause — Differential Taxation.

  • Number 6 / Jan. 10, 2002 Contents: 1. Insurance — State Regulation — Foreign Affairs Doctrine — Due Process — Commerce Clause.; 2. Arbitration — FAA Preemption — Use of State Law Procedures to Allow Class-Wide Arbitration.; 3. Trade Regulation — Unfair Practices — First Amendment — Commercial Speech.; 4. Fair Labor Standards Act — Removal.; 5. Dormant Commerce Clause — Congressional Exemptions — Milk Pricing And Pooling.; 6. Employment Retirement Income Security Act — Applicability of the “Treating Physician Rule”.; 7. Lanham Act — Reverse Passing Off — Consumer Confusion and Damages.; 8. Employment Discrimination — Mixed-Motive Cases — Direct Evidence Requirement.

  • Number 5 / Dec. 2, 2002 Contents: Fourteenth Amendment — Equal Protection — Affirmative Action in University Admissions.

  • Number 4 / Nov. 12, 2002 Contents: Public Concessions Contracts — Applicability of the Contract Disputes Act of 1978.

  • Number 3 / Nov. 04, 2002 Contents: 1) Class Action Settlements — Collateral Attack on Adequacy of Representation. 2) First Amendment — Fraud Claims — Charitable Fundraisers.

  • Number 2 / Oct. 15, 2002 Contents: Arbitration Agreements — Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses That Limit Punitive Damages.

  • Number 1 / Oct. 01, 2002 Contents: 1) Americans with Disabilities Act - Application of 15-Employee Threshold to Professional Corporation. 2) Appellate Procedure - Cross Appeal - Timeliness.

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