US Supreme Court Orders



 
 (ORDER LIST: 530 U.S.)

 MONDAY, JUNE 19, 2000


 CERTIORARI -- SUMMARY DISPOSITION

 98-1836   U. S. HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS, PA V. PA HOSP. INS. CO., ET AL.

                    The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted.
               The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to the
               Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, for
               further consideration in light of Pegram v. Herdrich,
               530 U.S. ___ (2000).

 99-937    MOTEL 6 OPERATING, ET AL. V. HUTTINGER, ART, ET AL.

                    The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted.
               The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to the
               United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit for
               further consideration in light of Reeves v. Sanderson
               Plumbing Products, Inc., 530 U.S. ___ (2000).


 ORDERS IN PENDING CASES

 99-8465   NAGY, PAUL V. LAPPIN, HARLEY, ET AL.
 99-9005   IN RE OLU S. ABIDEKUN

                    The motions of petitioners for reconsideration of
               orders denying leave to proceed in forma pauperis are
               denied.


 CERTIORARI GRANTED

 99-1529   EGELHOFF, DONNA R. V. EGELHOFF, SAMANTHA, ET AL.

                    The motion of Boeing Company, et al., for leave to
               file a brief as amici curiae is granted. The motion of
               American Council of Life Insurers for leave to file a
               brief as amicus curiae is granted. The petition for a
               writ of certiorari is granted.

 99-1680   CITY NEWS AND NOVELTY, INC. V. WAUKESHA, WI

                    The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted
               limited to Question 3 as presented by the petition.


 CERTIORARI DENIED

 99-679    CONOVER, CHARLES D. V. FERNALD ENVL. RESTORATION
 99-1383   U. S. HEALTHCARE, INC. V. BAUMAN, STEVEN, ET UX.
 99-1555   BICKERSTAFF, JOYCE V. VASSAR COLLEGE
 99-1563   S&M ENTERPRISES V. UNITED STATES
 99-1582   BROWNING, DELLA J., ET AL. V. ROHM & HAAS CO.
 99-1637   RAFFENSPERGER, HUGHES & CO. V. BROUWER, VIRGINIA E., ET AL.
 99-1650   SPIEGEL, MARSHALL V. CORTESE, JOSEPH
 99-1655 ) WEI, JIANBIN "JIM" V. FINK, TRUSTEE, ET AL.
         )
 99-9098 ) GRAVEN, BOBBY N. V. FINK, RICHARD V., ET AL.
 99-1659   SHARON P. V. ARMAN, LTD, ET AL.
 99-1665   PENLEY, PAUL CHRISTOPHER V. TEXAS
 99-1679   SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA, ET AL. V. McALINDIN, RICHARD
 99-1681   PURDY, WILLIAM S. V. BURLINGTON NO. SANTA FE
 99-1684   STEHLIK, RICHARD V. CHARLES, RANDALL A.
 99-1690   HOUSTON, TX V. KOLB, JOHN E., ET AL.
 99-1701   BERK, CARL V. SENOKWSKI, SUPT., CLINTON
 99-1714   FERGUSON, RONALD T. vs. CSX TRANSPORTATION
 99-1732   DAVENPORT, TARA, ET AL. vs. YMCA, ET AL.
 99-1735   BROOKS, REBECCA V. DELTA AIR LINES
 99-1736   OSTERBERG, ROBERT, ET UX. vs. PECA, PETER
 99-1740   ATLAS TURNER, INC. V. HAMILTON, LINDA, ETC.
 99-1755   HENDERSON, ELLIS V. SHEAHAN, MICHAEL, ET AL.
 99-1778   HAMAMCY, THARWAT M. vs. TX BD. OF MED. EXAMINERS
 99-1782   SUMMERFIELD HOUSING LTD. V. UNITED STATES
 99-1785   THAYER, WILLIAM H. V. UNITED STATES
 99-1797   BRECK, DAVID F., ET AL. V. MICHIGAN, ET AL.
 99-1806   WILLETT, EDWARD V. V. ILLINOIS, ET AL.
 99-1816   ZUNAMON, SIMON, ET AL. V. BOWER, GLEN L., ET AL.
 99-1818   RAMBACHER, FRANCES, ET VIR V. CIR
 99-1831   CAMPILLO, ANDRES V. UNITED STATES
 99-1832   HIDALGO, PETER, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
 99-1833   BAPTIST MEMORIAL HOSPITAL V. BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY UNION
 99-1835   CANTOR, LOUIS V. UNITED STATES
 99-1854   FRYE, PEGGY V. UNITED STATES
 99-1902   P. J. vs. EAGLE-UNION COMM. SCH. CORP.
 99-7602   BEY, MARKO V. NEW JERSEY
 99-8421   McINNIS, CAROL S. V. FARMON, WARDEN
 99-8527   STANLEY, GERALD V. CALIFORNIA
 99-8630   HORNING, KAREN V. UNITED STATES
 99-8703   JENNINGS, DAVID V. UNITED STATES
 99-8708   CHESTARO, STEVEN V. UNITED STATES
 99-8913   CHEEK, JAMEY J. C. V. NORTH CAROLINA
 99-9057   HUNT, VICTOR J. V. MASSACHUSETTS
 99-9061   PEGGS, MAURICE V. NASSAU COUNTY POLICE DEPT.
 99-9068   McGEE, BILLY V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
 99-9078   OCHOA, GILBERTO V. CALIFORNIA
 99-9079   RENWICK, EDWARD L. V. ILLINOIS
 99-9087   McCLENDON, ANTHONY V. MISSISSIPPI
 99-9092   BARELA, JUAN V. REED, STEVEN B., ET AL.
 99-9099   MEJIAS, ELGA G., ET AL. vs. THE M/V EMILY S., ETC.
 99-9104   HOLSEY, ROBERT W. V. GEORGIA
 99-9110   BLAYLOCK, CLARENCE R. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
 99-9113   MUSGROVE, JEFF V. PAGE, WARDEN
 99-9114   MERRIMAN, BRIAN D. V. TRIPPETT, WARDEN
 99-9115   CHEATHAM, JAMES V. MILLER, SUPT., EASTERN
 99-9117   WILLIAMS, ALEXANDER E. V. HEAD, WARDEN
 99-9119   WILLIAMS, JAMES V. POLUNSKY, ALLAN B., ET AL.
 99-9121   BENTON, TELLE V. DORMIRE, SUPT., JEFFERSON
 99-9122   BRIDGEWATER, JAMES V. CAIN, WARDEN
 99-9124   LEWIS, MAN vs. MI DOC
 99-9126   BUTERBAUGH, MICHAEL J. V. OHIO
 99-9128   BINDER, PETER J. V. STEGALL, WARDEN
 99-9131   AUSTIN, RON V. ARTUZ, SUPT., GREEN HAVEN
 99-9134   BOLES, RUSSELL M. V. FENTON SECURITY, INC., ET AL.
 99-9135   CREUSERE, F. MICHAEL V. TWYMAN, GARNETT E., ET AL.
 99-9143   GOLLIVER, ROBERT V. WALKER, SUPT., AUBURN
 99-9154   GRIFFIN, EDDIE V. INDIANA
 99-9158   FRAZIER, DENNIS V. SNYDER, WARDEN
 99-9166   AL-HAKIM, MARZUQ A. V. CARVER, JOAN, ET AL.
 99-9168   BODIN, STEVE J. V. JOHNSON, DIR., TX DCJ
 99-9174   PENA, HENSEL O. V. CALIFORNIA
 99-9177   CAVENDER, HOWARD J. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.
 99-9179   BARNES, WILLIAM E. V. SUPERIOR COURT OF CA
 99-9181   LIU, CHEN V. PORTUONDO, SUPT., SHAWANGUNK
 99-9186   CLAYTON, FREDERICK R. V. HARRIS, WARDEN
 99-9187   ALLEN, MARK E. V. MISSOURI
 99-9196   ROWBOTTON, MATTHEW V. McDANIEL, WARDEN, ET AL.
 99-9237   McCRAY, DONALD R. V. ATWELL, KATHRINE
 99-9266   BROWN, DWIGHT C. V. DANZIG, SEC. OF THE NAVY
 99-9297   FINNEY, ROY V. FL PAROLE & PROBATION COMM'N
 99-9298   DHALIWAL, BANTA S. vs. INS
 99-9357   CLIFTON, JOHN R. V. MOORE, SEC., FL DOC
 99-9391   BAUMER, WILLIAM V. LEMKE, C., ET AL.
 99-9404   CRUZ-MENDEZ, MANUEL DE JESUS V. UNITED STATES
 99-9407   YOUNG, TERRY L. V. FLORIDA
 99-9414   ALLEN, VINCENT B. vs. SHOE, L. L., ET AL.
 99-9415   MURPHY, CHARLES M. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9424   BUTLER, LARRY V. MAINE
 99-9426   BUSTAMONTE, JOHNNY J. V. LeMASTER, WARDEN, ET AL.
 99-9432   GREEN, CLOVIS C. V. PRICE, WARDEN, ET AL.
 99-9436   McCOWN, KENNETH V. MACK, WARDEN
 99-9438   TEAGUE, ALBERT F. vs. USPS, ET AL.
 99-9441   BRANDON, PAUL vs. PA BD. OF PROBATION & PAROLE
 99-9454   HECHT, BARRY V. UNITED STATES
 99-9459   HULSE, JOHN G., ET AL. V. HALL, SHERIFF
 99-9469   CASEY, FREDDIE E. V. BRAXTON, WARDEN
 99-9479   BROOKS, STEPHAN D. V. RIDDLE, SERGEANT, ET AL.
 99-9510   RIDDICK, KENNETH V. vs. BOGUS, DAN, ET AL.
 99-9515   ORTIZ, EDWIN V. UNITED STATES
 99-9546   KEITH, HUGH V. UNITED STATES
 99-9548   COPLEN, SCOTT ALEX V. UNITED STATES
 99-9564   PROCTOR, RONALD W. V. ARIZONA
 99-9580   ZACKULAR, JOSEPH V. UNITED STATES
 99-9584   REGISTER, HERBERT C. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9586   BLACKMORE, RICHARD E. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9590   DANIELS, ERNEST V. UNITED STATES
 99-9596   FRAZIER, WILLIAM M. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9597   HERNANDEZ, PEDRO L. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9613   WALKER, DARNELL V. UNITED STATES
 99-9617   ALARCON, GERMAN V. UNITED STATES
 99-9623   LONES, MICHAEL, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
 99-9624   JOY, VERNON V. UNITED STATES
 99-9642   WEATHERFORD, DENNIS V. UNITED STATES
 99-9643   PEREZ-HINOJOSA, MARGARITA V. UNITED STATES

                    The petitions for writs of certiorari
               are denied.

 99-1388 ) PHELPS DODGE CORP., ET AL. V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
         )
 99-1389 ) SALT RIVER VALLEY, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.

                    The motion of Mountain States Legal Foundation,
               et al., for leave to file a brief as amici curiae is
               granted. The petitions for writs of certiorari are
               denied. Justice O'Connor took no part in the
               consideration or decision of this motion and these
               petitions.

 99-9144   DeNARDO, DANIEL V. CUNNINGHAM, AGENT, ET AL.

                    The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in
               forma pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ of
               certiorari is dismissed. See Rule 39.8.

 99-9517   KARIM-PANAHI, PARVIZ V. CIR

                    The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in
               forma pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ of
               certiorari is dismissed. See Rule 39.8. As the
               petitioner has repeatedly abused this Court's process,
               the Clerk is directed not to accept any further
               petitions in noncriminal matters from petitioner unless
               the docketing fee required by Rule 38(a) is paid and the
               petition is submitted in compliance with Rule 33.1. See
               Martin v. District of Columbia Court of Appeals, 506
               U.S. 1 (1992) (per curiam). Justice Stevens dissents.
               See id., at 4, and cases cited therein.


 HABEAS CORPUS DENIED

 99-9647   IN RE MICHAEL VONDETTE
 99-9669   IN RE MELVIN CROMEDY

                    The petitions for writs of habeas corpus are
               denied.


 MANDAMUS DENIED

 99-9395   IN RE ARTHUR MORRISON
 99-9527   IN RE ARTHUR MORRISON
 99-9555   IN RE ARTHUR MORRISON
 99-9567   IN RE ARTHUR MORRISON

                    The petitions for writs of mandamus are denied.

 99-1696   IN RE LYNN D. JOHNSTON

                    The petition for writ of mandamus and/or
               prohibition is denied.


 REHEARINGS DENIED

 99-1460   WATTS, BRUCE V. NETWORK SOLUTIONS, INC.
 99-1631   ICELAND STEAMSHIP CO. V. DEPT. OF ARMY, ET AL.
 99-8278   IN RE MARY J. BARDELLA
 99-8349   WINGATE, WILLIAM C. V. TEXAS
 99-8408   LEONE, RICHARD V. KERLEY, KERMIT, ET AL.
 99-8546   REYNOLDS, SHARON L. V. ROONEY, KYLE, ET UX.
 99-8626   COLLINS, ERNEST V. G/H CONTRACTING CO., ET AL.

                    The petitions for rehearing are denied.


 ATTORNEY DISCIPLINE

 D-2120    IN THE MATTER OF DISBARMENT OF AARON GELBWAKS

                    Aaron Gelbwaks, of New York, New York, having been
               suspended from the practice of law in this Court by
               order of November 8, 1999; and a rule having been issued
               and served upon him requiring him to show cause why he
               should not be disbarred; and a response having been
               filed;

                    It is ordered that Aaron Gelbwaks is disbarred from
               the practice of law in this Court.


 RECESS ORDER

                     The Court will take a recess from Monday, June 19,
               2000, until Monday, June 26, 2000.
 
 

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