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  1. United States v. Dost (1986)

    Defendants each have been indicted for alleged violations of 18 U.S.C. § 2251(a) (using a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct for the purpose of producing visual depictions of such conduct); 18 U.S.C. § 2252(a)(2) (knowing receipt or distribution of visual depictions of minor engaging in sexually explicit conduct); and 18 U.S.C. § 371 (conspiracy).


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: Crim. No. 86-0036-GT
  2. United States v. King (1971)

    Joseph Milchen, E. Mac Amos, Jr., Asst. U. S. Attys., Charles J. Fanning, Southwestern Unit, Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Division, San Diego, Cal., Elizabeth Meyer, Southwestern Unit, Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Division, San Diego, Cal., for the United States.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: Crim. No. 11627
  3. Wills v. Trans World Airlines, Inc. (1961)

    Plaintiff brings this action under § 404(b) of the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938 [49 U.S.C.A. § 484(b), as amended, id. § 1374(b) (1958)], alleging that unjust discrimination and undue preference was visited upon him as a prospective passenger aboard one of defendant's aircraft. The relief claimed is for actual damages for breach of contract and fraudulent misrepresentation, for a permanent injunction against defendant, and for exemplary or punitive damages as well.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: Civ. A. No. 1200-59
  4. Hugev v. Dampskisaktieselskabet International (1959)

    Plaintiff commenced this action in the State court under the "saving to suitors" clause [28 U.S.C. § 1333(1)] to recover damages for personal injuries alleged to have been sustained on April 19, 1955, as a proximate consequence of unseaworthiness and negligence, while plaintiff was working as a longshoreman engaged in discharging cargo from defendant's M S Castleville docked in navigable waters at the Port of Los Angeles. Pope & Talbot v. Hawn, 1953, 346 U.S. 406, 409, 411, 419, 74 S.Ct. [...]

    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: Civ. No. 20340
  5. Price v. County of San Diego (1998)

    Daniel Price died after San Diego County Sheriff's Department deputies forcibly restrained him. His family and estate then sued the deputies, then-Sheriff Jim Roache, and the county of San Diego. Plaintiffs allege causes of action for wrongful death, assault, battery, negligence, and violation of Price's civil rights.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: Civil No. 94-1917-R (AJB)
  6. Mora v. Chem-Tronics, Inc. (1998)

    Patricia Ann Shiu, Catherine Albiston, Joannie C. Chang, Employment Law Center, A Project of the Legal Aid Society of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, Marie Backes, San Diego, CA, for Plaintiff.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: 97cv0851-J (JFS)
  7. Laster v. T-MOBILE USA, INC. (2005)

    Michael Patrick McGinn, Stokes Lawrence, Seattle, WA, James C. Grant, Alison Lee Pivonka, Solomon Ward Seidenwurm and Smith, Steven T. Coopersmith, Duckor Spradling Metzger and Wynne, San Diego, CA, Shont E. Miller, Munger Tolles and Olson, Michele A. Powers, Weston Benshoof Rochefort Rubalcava and MacCuish, Los Angeles, CA, for Defendants.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: 05 CV 1167 DMS(AJB)
  8. United States v. Baker (1955)

    The decision of this case requires definition of the words "attempt" and "intimidation" as they are used in the statute involved[1] and the indictment[2] returned in this action.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: Cr. No. 24113-CD
  9. Vitco v. Joncich (1955)

    The admiralty jurisdiction of this court is here invoked by a libel in personam filed by a tuna fisherman, without prepayment of fees or costs and without security therefor, 28 U.S.C.A. § 1916, to recover maintenance and cure and wages to the end of the period of his employment. Adm.Rule 13, 28 U.S. C.A.; Sheppard v. Taylor, 1831, 5 Pet. 675, 711, 30 U.S. 675, 711, 8 L.Ed. 269.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: 16187
  10. United States v. Baca (1973)

    Federal Defenders of S. D. Inc. by John Cleary, San Diego, Cal., for defendants: Charles Earl Benson, Chalmer Lynn Carter, Anacleto Nava-Bibayoff, Camilo Juarez-Rodriguez, Adela Solorio Juarez, Gloria May Gilmore, Bernardo Cuellar Baca, Donald James Pennington, James R. Thompson, Lucero Alberto Escalante, Joe Valdivez Luna, Peter Michael Roundrup, Luis Antonio Ortiz.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: 14656, 14964, 15803, 15850, 15813, 15991, 14344, 15410, 16245, 15666, 15463, 15847, 15046, 15650, 16360, 15606, 15651
  11. United States v. Rogers & Rogers (1958)

    These actions were brought in the name of the United States, pursuant to § 2 of the Miller Act [49 Stat. 794 (1935), 40 U.S.C.A. § 270b], by the Los Angeles Testing Laboratory and D. L. Holliday, suppliers of labor and materials for a Government school-construction project, against the partnership of Rogers and Rogers, prime contractor for the project, and its surety [see Miller Act § 1, 49 Stat. 793 (1935), 40 U.S.C.A. § 270a].


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: Civ. Nos. 19487, 19769
  12. In Re Immune Response Securities Litigation (2005)

    Patrice Lyn Bishop, Stull Stull and Brody, Los Angeles, CA, Darren Jay Robbins, Lerach Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman and Robbins, Brian J. Robbins, Robbins Umeda and Fink, San Diego, CA, for plaintiffs.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: 01CV1237JWMC
  13. PEOPLE, ETC. v. Coast Federal Sav. & Loan Ass'n (1951)

    Newell A. Clapp, Acting Asst. Atty. Gen., Ernest A. Tolin, U. S. Atty., Clyde C. Downing, Asst. U. S. Atty., and Reuben Rosensweig, Asst. U. S. Atty., all of Los Angeles, Cal. (Edward H. Hickey and


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: Civ. A. 10528-C
  14. Ramirez & Feraud Chili Co. v. Las Palmas Food Company (1956)

    By this action plaintiff seeks an injunction restraining further alleged infringement and unfair competition in the use of plaintiff's trade-mark and trade name "Las Palmas"; also three-fold damages and other equitable relief.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: 19355
  15. Calhoun v. United States (1977)

    This case presents an important application of a court-made exception to the Federal Tort Claims Act for injuries arising incident to military service. Plaintiffs, the survivors of a Marine Corps recruit, have brought this action for wrongful death against the United States and individuals in decedent's chain of command. Defendants have filed a motion to dismiss, or in the alternative, for summary judgment. Upon duly considering the oral argument of counsel on May 16, 1977 and all the [...]

    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: Civ. No. 76-937-E
  16. Bell v. Hood (1947)

    This action was brought by Arthur L. Bell and other associates of "Mankind United", on behalf of that organization and themselves as individuals, against 37 special agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, one policeman of the city of Los Angeles and several "John Does."


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: 2850
  17. United States v. Reynard (2002)

    Presently before the Court is supervisee John G. Reynard's ("Reynard") motion to dismiss the United States Probation Officer's petition for revocation of Reynard's supervised release. For the reasons stated below, the Court denies Reynard's motion.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: 98-CR-2402-IEG
  18. United States v. Meyer (1985)

    Defendant's motion in limine to consolidate or strike counts from the indictment was heard in chambers on November 30, 1984, at 9:00 A.M. before the Honorable J. Lawrence Irving. Joan P. Weber appeared on behalf of the government; Edmundo Espinoza appeared on behalf of defendant Adolf Meyer.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: 84-0663-JLI-Crim
  19. Sarkes Tarzian, Inc. v. Audio Devices, Inc. (1958)

    Dryden, Harrington, Horgan & Swartz, by Jacob Swartz, Los Angeles, Cal., Dutton & Kappes, by C. B. Dutton, Indianapolis, Ind., Mason Kolehmainen, Rathburn & Wyss, by M. Hudson Rathburn, Chicago, Ill., for plaintiff.


    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: 1237-57
  20. In Re Maruko, Inc. (1998)

    Maruko, Inc. (hereinafter "Maruko" or "debtor") was a Japanese corporation headquartered in Tokyo. Maruko specialized in developing commercial properties worldwide, often entering into sale-leaseback agreements with Japanese investors. Maruko filed a chapter 11 petition on October 31, 1991, and an order for relief was entered on the same date. The confirmation hearing took place on November 29, 1993. The bankruptcy court entered its order confirming Maruko's plan of reorganization ("Plan") on [...]

    Court: District Court for the Southern District of California Docket: Bankruptcy No. 97-CV-1145-K

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