We therefore affirm the court of appeals. “When Gonzalez told Kelsey to ‘stay put,’ she ran away. We, therefore, conclude that no seizure occurred in ...Read More »
00-6374 Becker v. Mongtomery, et al.
“As plainly as Civil Rule 11(a) requires a signature on filed papers, however, so the rule goes on to provide in its final sentence that ...Read More »
No. 130, Orig., New Hampshire v. Maine
“New Hampshire’s claim that the Piscataqua River boundary runs along the Maine shore is clearly inconsistent with its interpretation of the words ‘Middle of the ...Read More »
00-24 PGA Tour Inc. v. Martin Stevens, J.
“Under the ADA’s basic requirement that the need of a disabled person be evaluated on an individual basis, we have no doubt that allowing Martin ...Read More »
99-1848 Buckhannon Board and Care Home Inc. v. West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, et al.
“Even under a limited form of the ‘catalyst theory,’ a plaintiff could recover attorney’s fees if it established that the ‘complaint had sufficient merit to ...Read More »
99-1964 Booth v. Churner
“When Congress replaced the text of the statute as construed in [McCarthy v. Madigan] with the exhaustion requirement at issue today, it presumably understood that ...Read More »
00-454 Atkinson Trading Co., Inc. v. Shirley
“Indian tribes are ‘unique aggregations possessing attributes of sovereignty over both their members and their territory,’ but their dependent status generally precludes extension of tribal ...Read More »