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Conspiracy Law
 
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)

Securities and Exchange Commission v. Roys Poyiadjis, Lycourgos Kyprianou et al.

Roys Poyiadjis ("Poyiadjis"), a former Chief Executive Officer at AremisSoft Corporation ("AremisSoft"), which was a software company with offices in New Jersey, London Cyprus, and India, has consented to final resolution of the Commission's securities fraud charges against him brought in October 2001. Poyiadjis agreed to disgorge approximately $200 million of unlawful profit from his trading i... More...   $200000000 (06-15-2005 - NY)

Jose Luiz Jimenez v. County of Los Angeles, et al.

This is an appeal from a judgment in a case alleging a civil rights violation (42 U.S.C. § 1983 (section 1983)), premised on the theory of an unreasonably extended detention until appellant was cleared by DNA testing of the rape and related charges against him. The trial court granted summary judgment against plaintiff Jose Jimenez and in favor of defendants County of Los Angeles, Detecti... More...   $0 (06-14-2005 - CA)

Diva's Inc. d/b/a DIVAS v. City of Bangor, et al.

This case is part of a lengthy dispute between Plaintiff-Appellant Diva's, Inc. ("Diva's"), an adult entertainment bar located in Bangor, Maine, Plaintiff-Appellant Dianne Cormier-Youngs, the owner of Diva's, and Appellee City of Bangor, Maine. Also involved in the instant action are various Bangor government officials in their official and individual capacities (collectively, "Individual Appel... More...   $0 (06-10-2005 - ME)

CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF SILETZ INDIANS OF OREGON; SMOKEY POINT HARDWOOD, INC., et al. v. WEYERHAEUSER COMPANY

Ross-Simmons Hardwood Lumber Company brought this action against Weyerhaeuser Company for antitrust violations under Section 2 of the Sherman Act.1 Ross-Simmons alleged that Weyerhaeuser monopolized and attempted to monopolize the Pacific Northwest input market for alder sawlogs through its purchases of sawlogs. Ross-Simmons prevailed in a jury trial on both its monopolization and attem... More...   $78769218 (05-31-2005 - OR)

United States of America v. Sandee D. Dowlin, et al.

A Wyoming jury convicted Walter G. Naylor and Sandee D. Dowlin on numerous federal fraud charges. From the mid-1990's to 2002, the defendants promoted investments in which investors were promised enormous returns (in excess of 6,500%) over a short period of time (90 days) in exchange for relatively small investments.

Specifically, the jury convicted both Naylor and Dowlin of conspiracy ... More...   $0 (05-18-2005 - WY)

Scanwell Freight Express STL, Inc. v. Stevie Chan and Dimerco Express (U.S.A.) Corp.

Scanwell Freight Express STL, Inc., sued Stevie Chan for breach of fiduciary duty and Dimerco Express (U.S.A.) Corp. for conspiracy to breach fiduciary duty. Following a jury trial, Scanwell was awarded $54,000 in damages from Chan and $254,000 from Dimerco. After opinion by the Court of Appeals, Eastern District, this Court granted transfer. Mo. Const. art. V, sec. 10. The judgment is reversed... More...   $0 (05-05-2005 - MO)

Michale Callahan v. Brueggemann, et al.

Lt. Michale Callahan sued Charles E Brueggemann and others for violating his civil rights, 42 U.S.C. 1983, when they retaliated against him for continuing to investigate the crime and for reporting efforts to force him off of the case.

The defendants denied any conspiracy to move Callahan from the investigation division to a patrol division role and claimed that the move was required becau... More...   $673000 (04-30-2005 - IL)

United States of America v. Adelphia Communications, et al.

On July 8, 2004, Adelphia's founder, Chairman and CEO, John J. Rigas, and his son, CFO Timothy J. Rigas, were convicted on conspiracy, securities fraud and bank fraud charges. The evidence at trial showed that the defendants engaged in a long-running criminal scheme to misrepresent Adelphia's financial condition and its performance, in order to meet Wall Street's expectations. The evidence also sh... More...   $715000000 (04-26-2005 - NY)

United States of America v. Hynix Semiconductor

Hynix Semiconductor Inc., a Korean manufacturer of dynamic random access memory (DRAM), has agreed to plead guilty and to pay a $185 million fine for participating in an international conspiracy to fix prices in the multi-billion dollar DRAM market, the Department of Justice today announced. Hynix's fine is the third-largest criminal antitrust fine in U.S. history and the largest in five years.... More...   $185000000 (04-21-2005 - CA)

GF Gaming Corporation, et al. v. City of Black Hawk, Colorado, et al.

Plaintiffs-appellants, consisting mainly of businesses and property owners in and around the Colorado city of Central City, sued the neighboring city of Black Hawk; Black Hawk's mayor, city attorney, and city manager; and several casinos, associations, and individuals primarily in and around Black Hawk. Plaintiffs allege that defendants engaged in a conspiracy to restrain and monopolize trade... More...   $0 (04-20-2005 - CO)

Robert Seeds and Laura Seeds v. Richard Lucero, et al.

{1} This case arises from a political and familial feud that has already resulted in two opinions from our Court. See VanderVossen v. City of Espanola, 2001-NMCA-016, 130 N.M. 287, 24 P.3d 319; Seeds v. VanderVossen, No. 22,718, (N.M. Ct. App. Aug. 11, 2003) (mem.). In this case, Plaintiffs Robert and Laura Seeds sued Robert's sister, Kathy VanderVossen, and Kathy's husband, Anthony Vand... More...   $0 (03-30-2005 - NM)

United States of America v. Bernard Ebbers

The United States charged former Worldcom CEO with nine felony counts including securities fraud, conspiracy and seven counts of making false filings with the SEC. The Government charged that Ebbers instructed the CFO of Worldcom to account for revenues and expenses inappropriately to make the performance of the telecommunications company that he created look better to prop up the value of the... More...   $0 (03-15-2005 - NY)

DANA GELB, et al. v. AIR CON REFRIGERATION AND HEATING, INC., et al.

This cause comes to us on an appeal subsequent to our remandment to the trial court in order to allow the plaintiffs to bring a motion for class certification. See Gelb v. Air Con Refrigeration & Heating, Inc., 326 Ill. App. 3d 809 (2001). On remand, the trial court dismissed plaintiffs' complaint on defendants' motion, and plaintiffs now appeal. For the reasons that follow, we affirm.

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Varian Medical Systems, Inc., et al. v. Michelangelo Delfino, et al.

Under Code of Civil Procedure section 425.16, subdivision (b)(1),1 a defendant may move to strike any cause of action "arising from any act . . . in furtherance of the person's right of petition or free speech under the United States or California Constitution in connection with a public issue . . . ." If the plaintiff cannot demonstrate a "probability" of prevailing on that cause of acti... More...   $0 (03-07-2005 - CA)

Alfred Milton Evans, et al. v. Mike Fogarty, et al.

Plaintiffs were providers of outpatient behavioral health services. Defendants are various officers and employees of Oklahoma's state Medicaid Agency (the Oklahoma Health Care Authority). The Oklahoma Health Care Authority pays for medically necessary behavioral health services within the scope of the Medicaid program for qualified recipients.

Plaintiffs spoke publicly on a number of issu... More...   $571000 (03-01-2005 - OK)

D.L. Day v. John T. Taylor

In this appeal we must decide whether the appellants, individuals who rented U-Haul equipment for in-town moving, properly stated a claim for resale Plaintiffs Day and Boyle commenced the underlying action in this case on July 23, 2002, 1 in the Southern District of Florida, as Day v. U-Haul International, Inc., No. 02-80689-CV (S.D. Fla.) ("Day"). Plaintiff Ceh commenced his action on Oc... More...   $0 (02-24-2005 - FL)

William Q. Tingley, et al. v. Proto-Cam, Inc., et al.

In these consolidated cases, plaintiffs, William Q. Tingley, III (Tingley III), William Q. Tingley (Tingley), and Daniel R. Bradley,1 appeal as of right the trial court's order dismissing their amended complaint in docket number 243171 and the trial court's order granting sanctions in docket number 244609. We affirm.

I. Facts and Proceedings

These cases arise out of a property disput... More...   $0 (02-23-2005 - MI)

In re: Firearms Case

A number of California cities and counties filed an action on behalf of the general public against manufacturers, distributors and retailers of handguns and their trade associations, asserting that their conduct of distributing firearms in a manner that enables criminals to acquire the firearms constituted a public nuisance and a pattern of unlawful, unfair and deceptive business acts and... More...   $0 (02-11-2005 - CA)

City of Huntsville v. ProLiance Energy Corp.

The City of Huntville, Alabama sued Proliance Energy LLC for fraudulently inducing the plaintiff to enter into a contract with the defendant, breaching the contract, stealing Huntsville's natural gas reserves, engaging in a civil conspiracy to hide high gas charges with a series of fake invoices, and interfering in the utility's business relations by blocking a proposed contract with Duke Energ... More...   $50000000 (02-11-2005 - AL)

George Kibler v. Northern Inyo County Local Hospital District, et al.

Plaintiff George Kibler is a physician affiliated with Northern Inyo County Hospital. Throughout 2001, a troubled relationship existed between him, the hospital, and defendants. Kibler was critical of the hospital and its nursing staff. The hospital accused Kibler of acting violently and aggressively toward hospital employees, including making threats with a gun.

On December 20, 200... More...   $0 (02-09-2005 - CA)

United States of America v. Racing Services Inc, et al.

Susan Bala and Racing Services, Inc. were charged with Conspiracy to conduct illegal gambling in violation of 18 U.S.C. 371 and 18 U.S.C. 981; conspiracy to defraud the United States in violation of 18 U.S.C. 371; conducting an illegal gambling business in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1955; illegal transmission of wagering information in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1084; money laundering in violation 18... More...   $19700000 (02-08-2005 - ND)

United States of America v. Jason Smathers

The United States of America charged Jason Smathers with violating 18 U.S.C. 371, (conspiracy to defraud) and 18 U.S.C. 2314 (Transportatio... More...   $400000 (02-06-2005 - NY)

Janet Brush v. Donald Bauerle Jr.

Janet Brush sued Donald Bauerle, Jr., for hiring a transvestite trucker to murder her in 1999 after the death of her husband the defendant's father. She fled her home and assumed a fake identity in an effort to protect herself from the conspiracy she believed existed to kill her. The hit man, Lionel Beakbane, was arrested on Labor Day 1999. Bauerle admitted delivering a semiautomatic pistol to B... More...   $10200000 (02-04-2005 - FL)

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