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District Court for the District of Utah Court Cases
On September 30, 1985, this court, sitting en banc, heard cross-appeals from the decision and judgments of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Utah in numerous adversary proceedings brought by the trustee in bankruptcy of the debtor entities against named defendants. The appeals had been consolidated for purposes of briefing and oral argument. At oral argument William G. Fowler and Joel R. Dangerfield appeared on behalf of the bankruptcy trustee, plaintiff-appellee and [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: C-84-0927W, C-84-0928J and consolidated cases
United States v. Williams (1990)
Following a jury trial, on January 25, 1990, the defendants in the above entitled case were found guilty of the offense of distributing "crack" cocaine and of two counts of possession with the intent to distribute "crack" cocaine. Defendant Williams was represented by Harry Caston and defendant Patt was represented by Donald C. Hughes, Jr. Counsel for the government was Assistant United States Attorney Richard D. Parry.
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: 89-NCR-89G
In Re Roberts (1987)
Roe, Fowler & Moxley, a Salt Lake City law firm, appeals the decision of the Bankruptcy Court which denied the firm's applications for reimbursement of the costs and fees incurred in representing debtors in possession in two separate, interrelated Chapter 11 proceedings. The District Court, sitting en banc, heard the appeal.
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: 85-C-201S, 85-C-202S
Daniel P. Shapiro, Goldberg, Kohn, Bell, Black, Roosenbloom & Moritz, Ltd., Chicago, IL, Mark O. Morris, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Salt Lake City, UT, Paul C. Droz, Blackburn & Stoll LC, Salt Lake City, UT, for Respondents.
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: Civil No. 2:95-CV-430C
Thompson v. Dulaney (1993)
The above-entitled matter having come before the Court upon Defendants' Motions for Summary Judgment, and the Court having reviewed the materials on file herein, having heard argument from the parties, and being fully advised in the premises, FINDS and ORDERS as follows:
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: 90-CV-676-B
This matter is before the court on appeal from the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Utah. Oral argument was heard by the court on December 10, 1985. Daniel W. Jackson appeared on behalf of the appellant, Thomas J. Dietz ("Dietz"), and William G. Fowler appeared on behalf of the appellee and trustee, Robert D. Merrill ("Merrill"). Following argument, the court took the matter under advisement. After reviewing the record, the arguments of counsel and the pertinent authorities, [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: Civ. No. C-85-0321W, Bankruptcy Nos. 81-02887, 81-02886 and 81-03704
State of Utah v. Andrus (1979)
Kea Bardeen, and James G. Watt, Denver, Colo., for amicus curiae Mountain States Legal Foundation, Utah Mining Association, Independent Petroleum Association of the Mountain States, and Independent Petroleum Association of America.
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: C 79-0037, C 79-0307
Andrews v. Shulsen (1984)This action comes before the court on a petition for a writ of habeas corpus filed by William Andrews pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2254. The court heard oral arguments on the issues presented by the petition on August 10, 1984, Timothy K. Ford appearing for petitioner and Earl F. Dorius and David J. Schwendiman appearing for respondents. After carefully considering the oral arguments, memoranda, pertinent authorities and the entire record in this matter, the court renders the following decision and [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: Civ. No. C-78-0462W
United States v. Engstrum (2009)This matter is before the Court on Defendant's Motion to Dismiss Indictment, filed December 18, 2008. Defendant was charged in the Indictment with one count of Possession of a Firearm following a Domestic Violence Conviction, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(9). Defendant argues that the statute, as applied, is unconstitutional because it impermissibly infringes on his Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. The government argues that Defendant's claim is "without merit" [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: 2:08-CR-430 TS
In this case plaintiff charges that she was fired by defendant, American Oil Company, because she refused to discriminate on the basis of race against an applicant for employment. Plaintiff was a resident of Salt Lake City, Utah, at the time the alleged unlawful practice occurred and also at the time this suit was filed. Defendant is incorporated in Maryland and licensed to do business in Salt Lake City, Utah. Defendant is also a national product marketing, manufacturing, distributing and [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: C 240-68
United States v. Angelos (2004)Defendant Weldon Angelos stands now before the court for sentencing. He is a twenty-four-year-old first offender who is a successful music executive with two young children. Because he was convicted of dealing marijuana and related offenses, both the government and the defense agree that Mr. Angelos should serve about six to eight years in prison. But there are three additional firearms offenses for which the court must also impose sentence. Two of those offenses occurred when Mr. Angelos [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: 2:-02-CR-00708PGC
Jachim v. KUTV INC. (1992)This matter is before the court on Defendant KUTV Inc.'s ("KUTV") Motion to Dismiss. The court heard this motion on January 22, 1991. Plaintiff, Aleksander Jachim ("Jachim"), was represented by Rex P. Burgon and Richard C. Taggert. KUTV, Amy Cobbledick and Tom Mitchell were represented by Patricia M. Leith, Patrick Shea and Marvin D. Bagley. Before the hearing, the court carefully reviewed the memoranda submitted by the parties and all other pertinent papers in the file of this case. After the [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: Civ. No. 91-C-720W
James S. Lowrie, Jones, Waldo, Holbrook & McDonough, Salt Lake City, Utah, P. H. McCarthy, Jr., John J. Davis, Jr., Vincent S. Camacho, McCarthy, Johnson & Miller, and Lawrence B. Miller, San Francisco, Cal., for plaintiff.
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: Civil No. C-81-0022
John W. Adler, Catherine E. Tinker, Chicago, Ill., Robert Jordon, III, Morgan D. Hodgson, Barbara A. Pollack, Warren Patten, Washington, D.C., Daniel Boone, Jr., Morton Thiokol, Inc., Chicago, Ill., Darryl J. Lee, Divisional Counsel, Morton Thiokol, Inc., Wasatch Operations, Brigham City, Utah, for MTI.
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: Civ. Nos. NC-87-079W, NC-87-091W
Application of Ponath (1993)
This matter is before the court on petitioner's Motion for Return of Child pursuant to the International Child Abduction Remedies Act, 42 U.S.C. §§ 11601-11610 and the Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, done at The Hague on October 25, 1980 (the "Hague Convention"). Petitioner alleges that the parties' minor child was wrongfully removed by respondent from the Federal Republic of Germany ("Germany") to the United States of America ("United States").
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: 93-C-0643-S
This matter is before the court on appeal from the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Utah. The court heard oral argument on December 17, 1985. William G. Fowler appeared on behalf of the trustee, Robert D. Merrill ("Merrill") and Daniel W. Jackson appeared on behalf of appellants, Ron Fish, dba "F" Street ("Fish") and Thomas R. Garza ("Garza"). Appellants R.J. Rucker, David Manning and Ray Manning appeared pro se. Following argument, the court took the matter under advisement. [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: Bankruptcy Nos. 81-02887, 81-02886 and 81-3704, Case Nos. C-85-0650J, C-85-0652G, C-85-0655G, C-85-0597W, C-85-0598W, C-85-0600W, C-85-0601W, C-85-0602W and C-85-0603W
Doe v. Rampton (1973)Plaintiff herein sues on behalf of herself, and others similarly situated, for the purpose of obtaining an abortion. A three judge court was convened. Plaintiff is 11 to 15 weeks pregnant, dependent upon public medical assistance, and has the advice and consent of her physician to have the abortion. She seeks a declaratory judgment and injunctive relief against enforcement of a series of recently enacted Utah statutes regulating abortions, claiming invalidity, essentially as violative of her [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: C 217-73
This matter came on regularly for hearing on October 3, 1985, on defendants' Motions to Dismiss. Kent Murdock and Thomas L. Kay appeared on behalf of all defendants, and Michael L. Deamer appeared on behalf of all plaintiffs. The issues were thoroughly briefed, counsel presented extensive oral argument, and the Court took the matter under advisement.
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: Civ. No. C85-669G
Morris v. Khadr (2006)
This may be the first Anti-Terrorism Act suit filed by members of the United States Armed Forces for injuries they suffered while serving as soldiers abroad. In 2002, plaintiffs and United States Army soldiers Layne Morris and Christopher Speer were serving in Afghanistan when al Qaeda members attacked their Army unit. The attack left Mr. Morris permanently injured and killed Mr. Speer. One of the attackers was Omar Khadr, son of defendant Ahmad Said Khadr.
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: 2:04-CV-00723 PGC
On January 28, 1994, a hearing was held before the Honorable Dee Benson. The court heard oral argument on plaintiffs' Objections to the Report and Recommendation of the Magistrate Judge. The plaintiffs were represented by Eve Gartner and Lenora Lapidus, of the Center for Reproductive Law & Policy, New York City, New York, and Martin W. Custen, of Marquardt, Hasenyager & Custen, Ogden, Utah. The defendants were represented by J. Mark Ward, of the office of the Utah Attorney General. The [...]
Court: District Court for the District of Utah Docket: 93C407B