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District Court for the District of Colorado Court Cases
The plaintiffs in this case are numerous individual purchasers of the stock of United Underwriters, Ltd. The separate defendants are United Underwriters, Ltd. and several individuals who, allege the plaintiffs, are associated with and control United Underwriters, Ltd. In their complaint the plaintiffs have stated five separate claims for relief which we will examine in turn.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Civ. A. No. 8170
Bruce H. DeBoskey, Steven W. Kelly, Silver & DeBoskey, P.C., Denver, Colo., Ronald Simon, David Elbaor, Richard J. Fiesta, Connerton, Ray and Simon, Washington, D.C., Merrill Davidoff, Berger & Montague, P.C., Philadelphia, Pa., Robert Golten, Fredericks & Pelcyger, Boulder, Colo., Stanley M. Chesley, Waite, Schneider, Bayless & Chesley Co., L.P.A., Cincinnati, Ohio, for plaintiffs.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Civ. A. No. 90-B-181
United States v. McVeigh (1996)
Docket entry 144 Motion to Disqualify Attorney General and All other Officers and Employees of the Department of Justice from Participating in Decision Whether to Seek the Death Penalty, and to Preclude Seeking the Death Penalty Until a Lawful Prosecutorial Decision Can Be Made Whether to Seek It. (McVeigh)
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Criminal Action No. 96-CR-68-M
The issue before the court concerns entitlement to attorneys' fees and costs arising from protracted litigation over segregation in the Denver, Colorado, public school system. The plaintiffs are parents of children attending Denver Public Schools and sue individually and on behalf of their minor children. The Congress of Hispanic Educators, as well as a number of Spanish-surnamed individuals, have been permitted to intervene to represent the particular interest of the Hispano community. [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Civ. A. No. C-1499
The four plaintiffs in this consolidated civil action brought claims of sex discrimination against the defendants. They allege that Defendant Bob Cheek, who was the Sheriff of Fremont County, subjected them to sexual harassment while they were employed either as dispatchers or, in the case of Plaintiff Caudill, as a deputy sheriff. The complaints of the several plaintiffs are replete with allegations of lurid and tasteless comments, obscenities and nonconsensual physical contacts. This [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Civ. A. No. 93-K-2465
In Re Dry Wall Supply, Inc. (1990)In this appeal, the trustee for the estate of Dry Wall Supply, Inc., Joseph G. Rosania, contests the bankruptcy court's decision granting summary judgment for William J. Haligas and the Chase Commercial Corporation on the trustee's claims for fraudulent conveyance and equitable subordination. The trustee argues that the bankruptcy court erred in finding that his fraudulent conveyance claim was barred by the statute of limitations, contending that § 546(a) of the Bankruptcy Code grants him an [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Bankruptcy No. 85 B 7065 C, No. 87-K-1971, Adv. No. 86 J 1071
This is a derivative action brought by four stockholders of American Industries, Inc., for damages and equitable relief in connection with a merger which occurred in 1962 and allegedly involved violations of Rule 10b-5 promulgated by the Securities Exchange Commission pursuant to Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. The defendants have filed a third-party complaint against William R. Loeffler, seeking indemnification and affirmative relief. The case is presently before [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Civ. A. No. 66-C-167
THIS MATTER is before the Court on motions for summary judgment filed by defendants American Gilsonite Company ("Gilsonite"), Standard Oil Company of California ("Socal") and Chevron Research Company ("CRC"). As discussed in detail below, Socal's and CRC's motions, which are identical, are granted as to one plaintiff Margaret T. Morris and denied as to the remaining plaintiffs. Gilsonite's motion is granted in part and denied in part.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Civ. A. No. 77-C-1127
Parker v. Stryker Corp. (2008)
The matters before me are (1) Defendant Howmedica Osteonics Corporation's Motion To Dismiss [# 7], filed August 14, 2008; and (2) Defendants Howmedica Osteonics Corp.'s and Stryker Corporation's Rule 72 Objections to Magistrate Judge's Order Denying Motion To Stay Discovery [# 33], filed October 16, 2008. I grant the motion the motion to dismiss and overrule the objections as moot.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Civil Case No. 08-cv-01093-REB-MEH
United States v. Forbes (1992)
Defendants move to dismiss this action contending that the definition of a controlled substance analogue as applied here is unconstitutionally vague. 21 U.S.C. § 802(32)(A). Hearing on the motion was held on November 19, 1992. Because the definition of "analogue" as applied here provides neither fair warning nor effective safeguards against arbitrary enforcement, it is void for vagueness. Defendants' motion is granted and this action is dismissed.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Cr. A. No. 92-CR-105
Christopher Lane/Alan Gilbert/Ronald Eddy, Denver, Colo., Earl Madsen, Golden, Colo., Peter Cosgriff, Cosgriff, Dunn and Berry, Leadville, Colo., Richard Greengard/Robert Simon, Greengard & Senter, Donald Burkhardt, Denver, Colo., F. Alan Fletcher/John F. Waldo, Salt Lake City, Utah, John McClure/Ann Rice, Smart, Defurio & McClure, Denver, Colo., for defendants and third-party defendants.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Civ. A. No. 83-C-2388
Mary A. Wells, Wells, Anderson & Race LLC, Denver, CO, Russell O. Stewart, Faegre & Benson, Denver, CO, Joel W. Cantrick, Pendleton, Friedberg, Wilson, Hennessey & Meyer, P.C., Denver, CO, Robert Spencer, Montgomery Little & McGrew, Englewood, CO, for defendants.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: 96-S-9260
THIS MATTER came on for trial on the Counterclaim of Advance Press, the alleged debtor herein, for damages and attorney's fees as the result of filing an Involuntary Petition. These damages are sought against the three petitioning creditors, Leonard T. Dorsch, Douglas T. Smith and Wanda Wallace.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: 84 B 0604 G
George D. Michalson, Kansas City, Mo., Rice, Carpenter & Carraway by Roland Rice, Washington, D. C., Jones, Meiklejohn, Kehl & Lyons by Alvin J. Meiklejohn, Jr., Arthur R. Hauver, Denver, Colo., for plaintiffs.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Civ. A. No. C-2030
United States v. Brady (1989)
The defendant is charged with two firearms violations. Count I charges possession of an unregistered firearm under 26 U.S.C. § 5861(d) and 26 U.S.C. § 5871. Count II charges possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in violation of 18 U.S. C. § 922(g)(1). Trial was held to the court after a waiver of jury.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Crim. A. No. 88-CR-321
United States v. Rogers (1985)
William J. Genego, University of Southern California Law Center, University Park, Los Angeles, Cal., Alan Ellis, Ellis, Fogelnest & Newman, P.C., Philadelphia, Pa., Sam Buffone, Washington, D.C., for Natl. Assoc. of Cr. Def. Lawyers.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: 84-CR-337
United States v. Levin (1953)The defendant Levin was indicted on two counts. The first count charged that he transported in interstate commerce an emerald ladies dinner ring of the value of $10,000, knowing it to have been converted. This count was based upon the National Stolen Property Act, 18 U.S.C.A. § 2314. The second count alleged that the defendant Levin knowingly and wilfully made a false and fraudulent statement and representation in a matter within the jurisdiction of the Federal Bureau of Investigation "in that [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Crim. No. 13509
Salazar v. Dowd (1966)
This matter is before the Court on defendants' motions for summary judgment or dismissal. The case is unusual in that it invokes the Federal Civil Rights Acts, Title 42 U.S.C.A. §§ 1983, 1985 and 1988, together with the Constitution of the United States in a case in which the injured person is alleged to have subsequently died as a result of the conduct of the defendants.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Civ. A. No. 66-C-127
This matter is before me on Plaintiff's motion to dismiss Trustee Christine J. Jobin's appeal from the bankruptcy court's January 28, 1992 order. 136 B.R. 271. In that order, the bankruptcy court granted Plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment in their action against the Trustee for declaratory relief. The court held that Plaintiffs' claims against alleged insiders of debtor M & L Business Machines, Inc. were personal to them and that the Trustee had no standing to assert them under § 544 [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: 92-K-286, Bankruptcy No. 90 15491 CEM, Adv. No. 91 1504 PAC
Cortese v. Black (1993)
Before me is defendants' motion for summary judgment on plaintiff Dennis Lee Cortese (Cortese)'s civil rights claim for violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1983. A hearing was held on this motion and it is now fully briefed. For the reasons set forth below, defendants' motion will be granted as to the Larimer County Commissioners in their individual capacity and as to defendants VanMeveren, Sharpe, Gilmore, and Riedel. The motion will be denied as to the remaining defendants.
Court: District Court for the District of Colorado Docket: Civ. A. No. 92-B-209