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Conspiracy Law
State of Florida v. William P. Crouse

Attorney General Charlie Crist today announced that two businessmen have been ordered to pay more than $2.9 million in consumer restitution to Floridians as part of their criminal sentences for their roles in an insurance scam. William Paul Crouse and Carmelo Zanfei – the principals of TRG Marketing, LLC – were sentenced for selling unauthorized health plans to more than 7,000 Floridians, resul... More...   $2971713 (02-22-2006 - FL)

Australian Gold, Inc., et al. v. Brenda Hatfield, et al.

This case stems from Defendants' unauthorized resale over the internet of indoor tanning lotions manufactured and distributed by Plaintiffs. Plaintiffs sued Defendants for trademark infringement, false advertising, and tortious interference with the contracts between Plaintiffs and their distributors. Defendants filed this appeal after a jury awarded Plaintiffs over $5 million in compensatory a... More...   $450000 (02-09-2006 - OK)

Georg Webb v. Level 3 Communications, LLC

Plaintiff George Webb appeals the district court's order granting summary judgment for defendant, Level 3 Communications, LLC (Level 3), on his claims of age discrimination and retaliation in violation of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), 29 U.S.C. § 621 et seq. We exercise jurisdiction pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1291 and affirm.


In 1997, at the age of fifty-five, Web... More...   $0 (01-31-2006 - CO)

Marion R. McMILLAN, M.D. and Blue Ridge Medical Specialties, P.A., Respondents/Appellants, v. OCONEE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, INC., Appellant/Respondent, and Anesthesiology Consultants of the Upstate, P.A.,

This case arose out of the events surrounding Oconee Memorial Hospital's (Oconee) decision to offer anesthesiology and internal medical services on an exclusive basis. A jury returned a verdict against Oconee. The trial court reduced the verdict pursuant to the charitable immunity statute. This appeal followed. After certifying this case for review pursuant to Rule 204(b), SCACR, we rever... More...   $0 (01-30-2006 - SC)

States of Nevada, Colorado and California v. Sempra Energy Corporation

Attorney General George Chanos today announced a settlement agreement has been reached with Sempra Energy Corporation. Sempra has agreed to pay Nevada $30 million over the next 7 years to settle a lawsuit filed in November 2002, alleging conspiracy to manipulate of the energy market.

"This is a significant settlement for Nevada," said Chanos. "Besides providing $30 million dollars in reli... More...   $377000000 (01-05-2006 - NV)

Sheila Bil Yeu v. The Daily Oklahoman and Nolan Clay

Pro se plaintiff Sheila Bilyeu was the Independent Party candidate for Oklahoma's United States Senate seat in 2004. As such, she was the subject of a September 6, 2004, newspaper article written by Nolan Clay and published by The Daily Oklahoman ("defendants").(1) Dissatisfied with the article and a photograph "that made her look weird," Ms. Bileyu sued defendants in state court "for discrimi... More...   $0 (12-07-2005 - OK)

Tom Frame, et al. v. PriceWaterhouseCoopers, LLP

Appellants Tom Frame, Bruce Miller, and Ronald G. VandenBerghe (for themselves and as representatives of a class) and Six Sigma LLC (by its trustee in bankruptcy), maintain the trial court erred in granting respondent PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) summary judgment on claims based on theories of conspiracy, aiding and abetting, and third party beneficiary law. In the published portion of... More...   $0 (11-30-2005 - CA)

Securities and Exchange Commission v. Brian Crowley, et al.

The Securities and Exchange Commission today filed enforcement actions against seven individuals alleging they aided and abetted a massive financial fraud by signing and returning materially false audit confirmations sent to them by the auditors of the U.S. Foodservice, Inc. subsidiary of Royal Ahold (Koninklijke Ahold N.V.). All of the individuals charged, Brian Crowley, Robert Henuset, Ritchi... More...   $175000 (11-05-2005 - NY)

Patrick M. Martin v. Mecklenburg County

Mecklenburg County employed Martin for twenty-seven years-- from 1974 until his discharge in 2001. Since 1985, he served as the Director of the Department of Social Services' Youth and Family Services Division.

In 1997, an employee in his Division, Ruth Annette Harris, complained to County officials that she had been sexually harassed by her supervisor, Glenn Holland. An internal Count... More...   $300000 (10-27-2005 - NC)

The Bancservices Group, Inc. and Glenn C. Ault v. Strunk & Associates, L.P.

Appellee Strunk & Associates, L.P. sued appellants The Bancservices Group, Inc. and Glenn C. Ault, Jr. for misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of contract, tortious interference, and conspiracy alleging appellants copied and misappropriated Strunk=s trade secrets related to its overdraft privilege program for banks. The jury found Ault and Bancservices misappropriated Strunk=s trade se... More...   $601000 (10-23-2005 - TX)


In September 2003, the defendants were charged in federal district court, by a superceding indictment, with racketeering, 18 U.S.C. § 1962(c) (2000), racketeering conspiracy, id. § 1962(d), conspiracy to murder, id. § 1959(a)(5), and various assaults and firearms offenses. Two defendants were further charged with murder in aid of racketeering. Id. § 1959(a)(1). Shortly thereafter, the governmen... More...   $0 (10-08-2005 - MA)

Reginal Newberne v. Department of Crime Control and Public Safety, etc.

On 9 April 2002, plaintiff Trooper Reginald Newberne filed suit against the named institutional and individual defendants, alleging that he was wrongfully terminated from his employment as a law enforcement officer with the State Highway Patrol in violation of the North Carolina Whistleblower Act, N.C.G.S. § 126-84 to -88. Defendants filed a motion to dismiss pursuant to Rule 12(b)(6) of the No... More...   $0 (09-30-2005 - NC)

Danny M. Bennett, et al. v. Dennis Lee Hendrix, et al.

Plaintiffs Danny M. Bennett and Danny L. Reid filed a complaint alleging that Dennis L. Hendrix, former Sheriff of Forsyth County, Georgia and Earl A. Singletary and David W. Waters, deputies who served under Hendrix, violated their civil rights. Plaintiffs alleged that these officers carried out a campaign of police harassment and retaliation after plaintiffs supported a county referendum ... More...   $0 (09-15-2005 - GA)

Zakiyyah Muhammad v. Society of Orange County, Dr. Fazal Mirza and Refat Abodia

Zakiyyah Muhammad, an African-American woman who converted to Islam, sued Society of Orange County, Dr. Fazal Mirza and Refat Abodia for discriminating against her when she was fired from her position as principal of the Orange Crescent School in Garden Grove. She claimed that she was fired because she challenged her male superiors. She also asserted claims for intentional infliction of emotio... More...   $788000 (09-13-2005 - CA)

Mary Chris Sheppard, et al. v. River Valley Fitness One, L.P., et al.

This is an appeal of a monetary sanction that was imposed by the magistrate judge on defendants' lawyer, William E. Whittington IV, for discovery misconduct. The court required that Whittington personally compensate the opposing parties for the attorney's fees and costs incurred in opposing a protective order that he had obtained. Citing the injury to his professional reputation, Whittington al... More...   $0 (09-12-2005 - NH)

Larry E. Beedle and Peggy Lee Beedle v. William Wilson, et al.

Larry E. Beedle and Peggy Lee Korn, proceeding pro se, filed suit pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983 against Jackson County Memorial Hospital (Hospital), several of the Hospital's employees, an Oklahoma state court judge, a law firm and several of the lawyers employed there, an Oklahoma state district attorney, a local police chief, a private citizen, and the plaintiffs' former attorney. Plaintiffs... More...   $0 (09-08-2005 - OK)

Pete Nicacio, et al. v. Fluor Federal Services

In late May 1997, five of the pipe fitters refused to install valves on a pipeline running through a nuclear waste facility because they believed the valves were underrated for the degree of pressure that would be placed on them. Higher rated valves were soon provided, and the five pipe fitters installed them. A few days later, the five, along with two other crewmembers, were laid off. Aft... More...   $4700000 (09-03-2005 - WA)

United States of America v. Scott Levine

The United States charged Scott Levine with 120 counts of unauthorized access to a protected computer, two counts of access-device fraud for cracking passwords, and one count of obstruction of justice for the attempted removal and destruction of computer hard drives for stealing some 1.6 billion personal records from Acxiom Corp, a data seller.

Count: 1 Citation: 18:371.F Offense ... More...   $0 (08-16-2005 - AR)

Multiut Corporation v. Yehuda Draiman, et al.

This opinion encompasses three related appeals involving defendants Yehuda and Miriam Draiman and plaintiff Multiut Corporation (Multiut), an energy consulting and energy management services company based in Skokie. Central to defendants' appeals are case Nos. 1-03-0857 and 1-03-2855, in which defendants challenge the trial court's rulings in favor of Multiut and its award of more than $1 mil... More...   $0 (08-07-2005 - IL)

Suburban 1, Inc. d/b/a RE/MAX Surburban v. GHS Mortgage, LLC d/b/a Windsor Mortage, et al.

Plaintiff, Suburban 1, Inc., appeals the dismissal with prejudice of its third amended complaint alleging fraud and conspiracy against defendants GHS Mortgage, LLC (doing business as Windsor Mortgage), Karen Sullivan, and Douglas Sullivan, in this case involving a failed real estate deal. We affirm.

The following facts are taken from the record. On May 1, 2003, David and Cathy Griffith, r... More...   $0 (08-05-2005 - IL)

Cecil McBee v. Delica Co., Ltd.

It has long been settled that the Lanham Act can, in appropriate cases, be applied extraterritorially. See Steele v. Bulova Watch Co., 344 U.S. 280 (1952). This case, dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction, requires us, as a matter of first impression for this circuit, to lay out a framework for determining when such extraterritorial use of the Lanham Act is proper.

In... More...   $0 (08-05-2005 - ME)

Healthcare Services of the Ozarks, Inc., d/b/a Oxford Healthcare v. Pearl Walker Copeland and Luann Helms

This is a consolidated appeal from a judgment that denied Healthcare Services of the Ozarks, Inc., d/b/a Oxford Healthcare (Oxford) recovery of damages on breach of contract claims in separate actions brought against Pearl Walker Copeland and LuAnn Helms (Count I in each of Oxford's petitions), but held that Oxford was entitled to injunctive relief to enforce covenants not to compete executed b... More...   $0 (07-28-2005 - MO)

United States of America v. Dennis Emerson Gonzalez




(3-5) 21:841(a)(1) & 18:2 POSSESSION... More...   $0 (07-25-2005 - OK)

Linda McGreevy v. Roger Stroup, individually and in his official capacity as Principal of Bermudian Springs Elementary School, etc., et al.

Linda McGreevy, a school nurse, filed this civil rights action under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, against defendants: the Bermudian Springs School District (the "District"); Gerald Soltis, the District's superintendent; Roger Stroup, principal of the Bermudian Springs Elementary School; and Kathleen Tsosie, the assistant principal of the Bermudian Springs Elementary School, claiming that defendants ... More...   $0 (06-30-2005 - PA)

Joyce Montabon v. City and County of Denver

After examining the briefs and appellate record, this panel has determined unanimously that oral argument would not materially assist the determination of this appeal. See Fed. R. App. P. 34(a)(2); 10th Cir. R. 34.1(G). The case is therefore ordered submitted without oral argument. Plaintiff Joyce Montabon, proceeding pro se, appeals the district court's order granting defendant's motion for ... More...   $0 (06-20-2005 - CO)

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