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District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Court Cases
United States v. Salgado (1988)On March 4, 1988 Mr. Salgado brought a motion under Rule 60(b)(6), Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, to set aside a conviction obtained against him in this district in 1964. A conference was held on March 22, 1988 at 8:30 a.m. AUSA Crum and Mr. Kitching appeared personally, and Mr. Mullery and Mr. Salgado participated telephonically. It was the general consensus of all concerned that the equities militate strongly in favor of relieving defendant from prospective operation of the judgment. The [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: C-4951
Simmons v. Eagle Seelatsee (1965)The plaintiffs here brought this action by filing a complaint against the Yakima Tribal Council above named and the Chairman thereof. The complaint alleges that plaintiffs are the children and grandchildren of one Joseph Simmons, Sr., who is a member of the Yakima Indian Nation and an enrolled member of the tribe who died May 2, 1960, owning certain interests in Yakima Indian Allotments on the Yakima Indian Reservation in the State of Washington; that they have been denied any interest in the [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: Civ. No. 2021
Tsarbopoulos v. Tsarbopoulos (2001)On March 10, 2000, Dr. Anthony Tsarbopoulos ("Dr.Tsarbopoulos") commenced this action by filing a Petition under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, Oct. 25, 1980, T.I.A.S. No. 11670, 1343 U.N.T.S. 89 (the "Hague Convention"); 42 U.S.C. § 11601 et. seq. to which both the United States and Greece are signatories. (Ct. Rec.1). This Court has jurisdiction over actions brought under the Hague Convention through the International Child Abduction Remedies Act [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: CS-00-0083-EFS
These causes, Nos. 3868 and 3909, were by stipulation of the parties consolidated for hearing and submitted to the Court on their respective merits following oral argument at Seattle, Washington on March 28, 1977.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: 3868 and 3909
In Re Postconfirmation Fees (1998)This case involves the question of whether Chapter 11 debtors, post-confirmation, have an obligation to pay quarterly fees to the U.S. Trustee. The U.S. Trustee filed motions to convert several Chapter 11 proceedings with confirmed plans to Chapter 7 proceedings on the grounds that post-confirmation U.S. Trustee fees had not been paid. On September 19, 1997, twenty-three of those Chapter 11 cases were consolidated for the limited purpose of determining whether Chapter 11 debtors having [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: Bankruptcy No. MISC. 97-1
United States v. Boshell (1990)
After a jury trial, Mr. Boshell was convicted of a single count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine. He was sentenced on January 4, 1990. At that time, the Court indicated that because the sentence imposed deviates substantially from that mandated under the Sentencing Guidelines, or at least the government's construction thereof, an explanatory memorandum would follow.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: CR-88-361-S, CR-88-430-S
Brett J. Young, Stephen C. Dillard, Fulbright & Jaworski, LLP, Houston, TX, Christopher Nelson Weiss, Christopher Weiss Law Office, Gloria S. Hong, Stoel Rives LLP, Seattle, WA, Leslie Richard Weatherhead, Witherspoon Kelley Davenport & Toole, Spokane, WA, for Defendant.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: CV-07-224-JLQ
On April 30, 1984, C-84-308 was commenced in this Court. On May 3, 1984, presumably in an attempt to cover all the bases in recognition of the jurisdictional quagmire which tends to ensnare litigants in the federal system, a virtually identical suit was brought in Yakima County Superior Court. That action was thereafter removed and assigned cause number C-84-382. For present purposes, these suits need not be described in any great detail. Suffice it to say that these actions each allege [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: C-84-308, C-84-382
THE FOLLOWING motions are before the Court: (1) Hansen Fruit & Cold Storage Company's motion for summary judgment (Ct.Rec. 76); (2) Burlington Northern Railroad's motion to strike the Declaration of Gary Hansen (Ct.Rec. 97); and (3) Burlington Northern's motion to dismiss its Third Cause of Action (Ct.Rec. 125).
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: C88-654-FVS
In 1994, Congress amended the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1030 ("CFAA"), the application of which this case will confer jurisdiction on the district court for one of plaintiff's claims. Plaintiff, an engineering and manufacturing corporation, seeks to assert the revised provisions of the CFAA as private rights of action against the defendants. Resolving any perceived ambiguities in the legislation in plaintiff's favor, the court by this Order concludes that plaintiff has stated a [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: CS-02-0412-AAM
In Re Tomlan (1989)
This matter comes before this court on appeal from a decision rendered by the Bankruptcy Court. A hearing on said appeal was held on June 29, 1989, at Richland, Washington. Allan Galbraith appeared on behalf of appellant; Thomas Sawyer appeared on behalf of respondent. Having reviewed the record, heard from counsel, and being fully advised in this matter, this Order is intended to memorialize the court's oral decision in the hearing on said appeal.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: C-89-298-JLQ
Keenan v. Allan (1995)Before the Court are Plaintiffs' Motion for Partial Summary Judgment Re Defendant Allan's Affirmative Defenses, Ct.Rec. 185; Plaintiffs' Motion for Partial Summary Judgment Re Defendant Whitener-Moberg's Affirmative Defenses, Ct.Rec. 190; Plaintiffs' Motion for Partial Summary Judgment Re Defendants Grant County, Fancher, Allison and Snead's Affirmative Defenses, Ct.Rec. 188; Defendant Allan's Motion for Summary Judgment of Dismissal and for Statutory Costs, Ct.Rec. 178; Defendant [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: CS-94-0070-AAM
Hennessey v. STATE OF WASH. (1985)This is a civil rights action brought pursuant to 42 U.S.C. §§ 1983, 1985(3) and 1988 against the State of Washington, Department of Social and Health Services and two of its employees. The operative facts are as follows. On or about October 4, 1983 plaintiffs' four year old daughter, Elizabeth, was taken to Dr. Nancy Johnson for treatment of a shattered front tooth. Two days later on October 6th, Elizabeth returned with a similar injury. On both occasions, a bicycle accident was given as [...]
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: C-84-525 RJM
In Re Gonzales (1994)
THIS MATTER comes before this court on appeal from a decision rendered by the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Washington. A hearing on this appeal was heard with oral argument on September 9, 1994. Appellant was represented by J.T. Janecek; Debtor-Appellee was represented by Gregory Heline.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: Bankruptcy No. 93-02711-K13. No. CS-94-166-JLQ
Ryncarz v. Eikenberry (1993)
This is a 42 U.S.C. § 1983 action. Plaintiff alleges that various of his constitutional rights were violated when the defendants required him to submit to a blood draw pursuant to the State of Washington's DNA identification program. RCW 43.43.754 states:
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: CY-92-3061-JBH
Auvil v. CBS 60 MINUTES (1992)
Douglas P. Jacobs, Susanna M. Lowy and Anthony M. Bongiorno, CBS Inc., New York City, and Bruce E.H. Johnson, P. Cameron DeVore, and Christopher Pesce, Davis Wright Tremaine, Seattle, Wash., for defendants CBS Inc., Retlaw Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a KIMA Television, Bonneville Intern. Corp., d/b/a KIRO Television, and King Broadcasting Co., d/b/a KREM Television.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: CS-90-553-RJM
Epstein v. Itron, Inc. (1998)
Before the Court is Defendants' Motion to Dismiss (Ct.Rec.17). A hearing was held on Defendants' motion on October 27, 1997. Joseph Tabacco, Matthew Ide, and John Layman appeared on behalf of Plaintiff. Barry Kaplan appeared on behalf of Defendants.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: CS-97-214-RHW
White v. Paulsen (1998)
Merrill Davidoff, Daniel Berger, Stanley B. Siegel, Eric L. Cramer, Kendall S. Zylstra, Neil F. Mara, Berger & Montague, Philadelphia, PA, Bradley S. Keller, Byrnes & Keller, Seattle, WA, for Robert E. White, Teresa Jane White.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: CS-97-239-RHW
Lands Council v. Vaught (2002)
On March 9, 2001, the Court heard oral argument on the summary judgment motion filed by Plaintiffs, (Ct.Rec.103), and by Defendants Robert Vaught, David Wright and Mike Dombeck ("the Federal Defendants"), (Ct.Rec.109). Defendants Intermountain Forest Association, Idaho Forest Owners Association, and Vaagen Brothers Lumber, Inc. ("the Intervenor Defendants") have joined the Federal Defendants' summary judgment motion. (Ct. Rec.115.)
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: CS-00-0185-EFS
Oakes v. United States (1994)
BEFORE THE COURT is Petitioner's Amended Petition to Vacate and Set Aside a Conviction and Sentence by a Person in Federal Custody pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2255 (Ct.Rec. 82), heard with oral argument on October 13, 1994. Petitioner was represented by Jeffry Finer; Respondent was represented by Thomas O. Rice. Having reviewed the record, heard from counsel, and being fully advised in this matter, the court orders as follows.
Court: District Court for the Eastern District of Washington Docket: CS-94-194-JLQ, CR-90-304-JLQ