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Supreme Court Docket Reports - 2004 Term
 


  • Number 14 / June 27, 2005 Contents: Antitrust — Sherman Act — Joint Venture Pricing Decisions. 2) Civil RICO — “Reasonable Reliance” Requirement for Mail and Wire Fraud Cases.

  • Number 13 / June 20, 2005 Contents: Antitrust — Presumption of Market Power In Patent Tying Cases. 2) Arbitration — Arbitrability Where Underlying Contract is Void.

  • Number 12 / June 13, 2005 Contents: Diversity Jurisdiction — Citizenship of National Banks.

  • Number 11 / May 16, 2005 Contents: Employment Discrimination Litigation — Title VII — Number of Employees Necessary for Federal Jurisdiction.

  • Number 10 / Apr. 25, 2005 Contents: Attorneys’ Fees - Removal — Racial Discrimination in Contracting - Standing of Non-Contracting Parties to Bring Claims Under the Civil Rights Act of 1866.

  • Number 9 / Mar. 7, 2005 Contents: Robinson-Patman Act — Purchasers and Cognizable Damages.

  • Number 8 / Feb. 28, 2005 Contents: Federal Rules of Civil Procedure — Post-Trial Motions — Appellate Review.

  • Number 7 / Feb. 22, 2005 Contents: Fair Labor Standards Act — Portal-To-Portal Act — Compensation For Time Spent Walking To Or Waiting At Stations Where Required Safety Equipment Is Dispensed.

  • Number 6 / Jan. 14, 2005 Contents: State Taxation of Interstate Commerce — Motor Carriers.  2) Federal Preemption — Motor Carrier Registration Fees. 

  • Number 5 / Jan. 7, 2005 Contents: Patents ― Infringement ― Safe Harbor For Drug Research.  2) Criminal Liability for Directing Destruction of Documents ― Elements of 18 U.S.C. § 1512(b).  3) False Claims Act — Statute of Limitations for Retaliatory Discharge Claims.  4) Federal Jurisdiction ― Removal Jurisdiction ― State-Law Claims that Depend on the Interpretation of Federal Law.

  • Number 4 / Dec. 10, 2004 Contents: Peer-To-Peer File Sharing Software ― Contributory or Vicarious Copyright Infringement.  2) Takings Clause ― Issue Preclusion.

  • Number 3 / Dec. 3, 2004 Contents: Communications Act of 1934 — Cable Modem Service — Regulatory Status.  [Recent publications: In Chambers Opinions, by Steve Shapiro and Miriam Nemetz (.pdf)  & Prospective Application of Proposition 64 to Pending UCL Representative Actions by Don Falk and Jay Johnson (.pdf)]

  • Number 2 / Oct. 12, 2004 Contents: Economic Legislation ― Just Compensation Clause ― Standard of Review.  2) Diversity Jurisdiction — Supplemental Jurisdiction Over Plaintiffs With Claims For Less Than The Jurisdictional Minimum.  3) Federal Jurisdiction ― Rooker-Feldman Doctrine ― Parallel Federal and State Proceedings.

  • Number 1 / Sep. 28, 2004 Contents: Takings Clause — Requirement of “Public Use”.  2) Telecommunications Act of 1996 — Challenge to Governmental Action Regarding Network Infrastructure — Availability of Remedies Under 42 U.S.C. § 1983.  3) Americans with Disabilities Act — Public Accommodation and Transportation Provisions — Application to Foreign-Flag Cruise Ships.

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