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  1. Allstate Ins. Co. v. Roelfs (1987)

    Allstate Insurance Company has brought a declaratory judgment action against Raymond L. Roelfs, Evelyn H. Roelfs, and Raymond E. Roelfs, their son, who have purchased an Allstate homeowners insurance policy, and against Connie Phillips, individually and as the parent of April McShane and Melodie McShane, two minor girls who were sexually molested by Raymond E. Roelfs. This court has diversity jurisdiction. 28 U.S.C. § 1332. Connie Phillips has filed a complaint in state court against the [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A87-061 Civil
  2. Parker Drilling Co. v. Metlakatla Indian Community (1978)

    Randall J. Weddle, of Faulkner, Banfield, Doogan & Holmes, Juneau, Alaska, Steven S. Anderson of Xiontz, Pirtle, Morisset, Ernstoff & Chestnut, Seattle, Wash., for defendant and third-party plaintiff.


    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: J75-6 Civil
  3. Vance v. United States (1973)

    This case comes before the court on defendant's second motion for summary judgment. Plaintiff is seeking recovery in this action for injuries to John C. Vance and his dependents resulting from injuries sustained by Mr. Vance while he was intoxicated. Plaintiff's action is brought against the United States under the Federal Tort Claims Act, 28 U.S.C. A. §§ 1346(b) and 2674, on the theory that Mr. Vance was negligently served intoxicating liquors at the Non-Commissioned Officers' Club at Clear [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: Civ. No. A-84-71
  4. Village of False Pass v. Watt (1983)

    Michael W. Reed/James M. Spears, Attys., Dept. of Justice, Land & Natural Resources Div., Washington, D.C., Cynthia Christianson/Bruce M. Landon, Attys., Dept. of Justice Land & Natural Resources Div., United States Attorney's Office, Anchorage, Alaska, for defendants.


    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A 83-176 Civ
  5. Douglas v. Beneficial Finance Co. of Anchorage (1971)

    Plaintiff, Sandra J. Douglas, instituted this class action on December 10, 1970, alleging that defendants Beneficial Finance Company of Anchorage, Beneficial Finance Company of Fairbanks, Beneficial Finance Company of Juneau, Beneficial Finance Company of Kenai, Beneficial Finance Company of Ketchikan, Beneficial Finance Company of Kodiak, and Beneficial Finance Company of Sitka, (hereinafter referred to collectively as Beneficial) had failed to disclose a confession of judgment provision [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: Civ. No. A-155-70
  6. Ault v. Harris (1968)

    Between October 25 and October 31, 1965, plaintiff furnished labor and material for an improvement to certain land, namely the installation of an original well on Lot 1, Block 2, of the Turnagain Subdivision, No. 2. On January 18, 1966, plaintiff's claim of lien was timely filed. Plaintiff's affidavit filed February 23, 1968 recites that the charge for his services in constructing the well was $920.00, which was the amount that was contracted for with the Harrises and was the fair value for [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: Civ. No. A-75-66
  7. In Re the Exxon Valdez (2004)

    On December 6, 2002, the court granted Exxon Mobil Corporation's (D-1) and Exxon Shipping Company's (D-2), hereinafter referred to as "Exxon", renewed motion for reduction or remittitur and reduced a jury verdict awarding plaintiffs $5 billion in punitive damages to $4 billion.[1] The court concluded that application of the BMW guideposts supported the $5 billion award but, based on plaintiffs' alternative suggestion, reduced the award to $4 billion because the Ninth Circuit in earlier [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A89-0095-CV (HRH)
  8. Rowe v. Burton (1994)

    In 1994 Alaska enacted a law requiring persons who are "sex offenders" to register with police authorities. The law, ch. 41 SLA 1994 (hereinafter "the Registration Act"), will become effective on August 10, 1994.[1] A sex offender is defined as one who has been convicted of a "sex offense" in Alaska or elsewhere. § 4 ch. 41 SLA 1994. A sex offense is a violation of any of several specified sections of Alaska law, or a similar law in another jurisdiction.[2]Id. The specified laws are sexual [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A94-206 Civil
  9. Kitlutsisti v. Arco Alaska, Inc. (1984)

    Michael Spaan, U.S. Atty., Anchorage, Alaska, Laura L. Davis, Asst. Atty. Gen., Juneau, Alaska, Carl J.D. Bauman, Hughes, Thorsness, Gantz, Powell & Brundin, Thomas Meacham, Burr, Pease & Kurtz, Anchorage, Alaska, for defendants.


    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A82-254 CIV
  10. United States v. Cheely (1992)

    Raymond D. Cheely, Jr. ("Cheely"), Douglas P. Gustafson ("Douglas") and Peggy Gustafson-Barnett ("Peggy") were jointly charged in a multi-count indictment. In substance, the government alleges that the defendants conspired to mail an explosive device, mailed the device, and thereby accomplished the death of its recipient. Cheely, Douglas and Peggy join in a number of pre-trial motions, and in addition, each has separately filed motions on his/her own. All pre-trial motions were initially [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A92-073 Crim
  11. United States v. Atlantic Richfield Co. (1977)

    G. Kent Edwards, U.S. Atty. by John D. Roberts, Asst. U.S. Atty., Anchorage, Alaska, James J. Clear, Land & Natural Resources Div., U.S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C., for plaintiff.


    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A 75-215 Civil
  12. United States v. Marunaka Maru No. 88 (1983)

    The MARUNAKA MARU NO. 88, a Japanese high seas gill-netter, was sighted by the Coast Guard on June 10, 1981 approximately 49 miles south of Kiska Island within the Fishery Conservation Zone. On June 11, 1981, the MARUNAKA MARU was boarded and seized by the Coast Guard for alleged violations of the Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 1976 (FMCA).[1] After being seized, the vessel was brought to Kodiak, Alaska where custody was transferred to the Coast Guard Support Center.

    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A 81-330 Civil
  13. Cape Fox Corp. v. United States (1978)

    Alexander O. Bryner, U. S. Atty., Milton L. Moss., Asst. U. S. Atty., Anchorage, Alaska, Cynthia Pickering, Anchorage, Alaska, Gary B. Randall, Lands & Natural Resources Div., U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C., for Federal defendants.


    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: Civ. No. K 76-1
  14. Sierra Club v. Hardin (1971)

    Manley B. Strayer and James P. Rogers, of Davies, Biggs, Strayer, Stoel & Boley, Portland, Or., C. Girard Davidson, of Davidson, Engstrom & Henri, Juneau, Alaska, for U. S. Plywood-Champion.


    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: Civ. No. A-16-70
  15. Inupiat Community of Arctic Slope v. United States (1982)

    James D. Gilmore, Gilmore & Feldman, Anchorage, Alaska, Richard M. Berley, Robert L. Pirtle and Mason Morisset of Ziontz, Pirtle, Morisset, Ernstoff & Chestnut, Seattle, Wash., for plaintiffs.


    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A 81-19 Civil
  16. United States v. Saelee (2001)

    Defendant moves to exclude hand printing comparison evidence at trial.[1] This motion is opposed.[2] A Daubert hearing was held on August 10, 2001 to determine the admissibility of the evidence in question.


    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A01-0084CR(HRH)
  17. Mishima v. United States (1981)

    Rene J. Gonzalez, Acting U. S. Atty., District of Alaska by James L. Swartz, Asst. U. S. Atty., Anchorage, Alaska, LCDR James B. Friderici, Asst. Legal Officer, 17th Coast Guard District, of counsel, for respondents.


    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: Civ. No. A 80-142
  18. Lee v. United States (1985)

    James Lee, Ralph Eklund, and Warren Carr staked out homestead claims during the late 1950s in the Eagle River Valley within the Municipality of Anchorage. They and their families have had a running battle ever since with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and assorted other parties concerning their rights to those lands. Lee, Eklund, and Cora Carr (Warren's widow) brought these consolidated actions in 1979-1982 under a variety of statutory and common-law theories, seeking to gain title to the [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A79-336 Civil, A80-301 Civil and A82-411 Civil
  19. Turner v. Egan (1973)

    This matter comes before the Court upon motion to dismiss by the United States on behalf of defendant Seamans. The motion has been concurred in by the State of Alaska on behalf of defendants Egan, Elmore, Buckalew, Stringer, Anderson and Moore. The motion is treated as applicable to all defendants.


    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A-96-72
  20. In Re Exxon Valdez (2002)

    Defendants Exxon Mobil Corporation (D-1) and Exxon Shipping Company (D-2), hereinafter referred to as "Exxon", have filed a renewed motion for reduction or remittitur of the punitive damages award entered against them.[1] The motion is opposed by the plaintiffs.[2] Exxon has replied.[3] Various affidavits in support of and in opposition to the motion as well as the underlying record have been considered by the court, and oral argument has been requested and heard.

    Court: District Court for the District of Alaska Docket: A89-0095-CV (HRH)

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