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Proposition 8 Same-Sex Marriage Litigation

BP Oil Spill Lawsuits California Lawsuit Charges State Street Bank with Fraud Feds Won't Prosecute Medical Marijuana Use, Sale Gucci Purses OK, Confederate Flagged Purses Not So OK Rhode Island Indicts 'Craigslist Killer' Suspect for Assault David Letterman Extortion Suspect's Charges Forced Shaving of Dreadlocks by Prison Officials Violated Rights Dismissal of Religious Textbook Suit Against the University of California Amerithrax Investigation District Court Decision Denying Executive Immunity to Senior Presidential Aides Indictment of Senator Ted Stevens on False Statement Charges U.S. Attorney Hiring Report Lawsuit Against Developers of Scrabulous Facebook Application Felony Assault Charges Against Supermodel Naomi Campbell Duke Lacrosse Rape Charges Scandal T.V. Producer's Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against Maury Povich ACLU Sues Government Over "No-Fly" List Distributed to Airlines and Security Personnel: Federal Appeals Court Holds DOJ cannot subpoena partial-birth abortion records
  • Opinion (Redacted medical records of patients who received "partial birth" abortions are not subject to subpoena by the U.S. Dept. of Justice) (Northwestern Memorial Hospital v. Ashcroft) (April 6, 2004)
  • Memorandum and Order (New York litigation involving Partial Birth Abortion Act) (Carhart v. Ashcroft) (Nov. 5, 2003)
  • Complaint (Calif. litigation involving Partial Birth Abortion Act) (Planned Parenthood v. Ashcroft) (Oct. 31, 2003)
  • Complaint (Nebraska litigation involving Partial Birth Abortion Act) (Carhart v. Ashcroft) (Oct. 31, 2003)
  • Partial Birth-Abortion Ban Act (Nov. 5, 2003)
California Supreme Court Upholds Fetal Murder Law
  • Opinion (People v. Taylor) (April 5, 2004)
Joint U.S. and Canadian Task Force on Augsut 2003 Blackout files Final Report: California Supreme Court Halts Same-Sex Marriages in San Francisco Spam Litigation San Francisco Counter-Sues State of California over Same-Sex Marriage Ban: Florida court allows parents to intervene on behalf of brain-damaged, feeding-tube dependent daughter; Governor may question witnesses: White House Releases Certain Military Records of President Showing Service During 1972 to 1973:
Indictment Issued for Allegedly Supplying Athletes with Steroids:
Federal Appeals Court stays Calif. Death Row Inmate's Execution Tower Records files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection: Charges against Man accused of kidnapping and slaying 11-Year-Old Fla. Girl:
  • Probable Cause Affidavit: Joseph P. Smith (PDF) (Partially Redacted Affidavit in Support of Probable Cause Filed Against the Suspect Accused of Abducting and Slaying 11-Year-Old Carlie Bruscia in Sarasota, Fla.) (Feb. 6, 2004)

Court Rules that Ex-OSU player Maurice Clarett is eligible for NFL Draft Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court holds that same-sex couples entitled to marry:

FCC Chair Powell Calls for Investigation into Janet Jackson's And Justin Timberlake's Performance at Super Bowl XXXVIII Halftime Show:

Martha Stewart Insider-Trading Scandal:

Kobe Bryant Criminal Case in Eagle County, Colorado: Criminal Case against Scott Peterson for Deaths of wife Lacy and Unborn Son:
  • Motion for Change of Venue (People v. Peterson) (Defendant's Motion to Transfer Venue on Grounds that Fair and Impartial Trial Cannot Be Had in Stanislaus County) (Dec. 15, 2003)
  • Motion to Seal Documents (People v. Peterson) (Prosecutor's Motion to Seal Autopsy Photographs, Maintain Seal on Warrant Documents) (Dec. 2, 2003)
  • Criminal Information (People v. Peterson) (Two Counts of Murder with Special Circumstances Allegations) (Dec. 1, 2003)
  • DNA Ruling (People v. Peterson) (Ruling Allowing Prosecutors To Use Mitochondrial DNA Testing Evidence Allegedly Found In Defendant's Boat) (Nov. 18, 2003)
  • Media Ruling (People v. Peterson) (Order Barring Cameras from Preliminary Hearing) (Aug. 15, 2003)
  • Criminal Complaint (People v. Peterson) (Apr. 21, 2003)

Leak of Identity of CIA Operative Valerie Plame:
Andrew and Lea Fastow Enter Plea Agreements in Enron Criminal Case:

Two Federal Courts block "Do-Not-Call" registry
  • Opinion (Mainstream Marketing Services v. FTC) (Fed. Court in Colo.) (Sep. 25, 2003)
  • Order (U.S. Security v. FTC) (Fed Court in Okla.) (Sep. 23, 2003)
Enron's new suit against investment banks
  • Complaint (Enron Corp. v. Citigroup, et al.) (Sep. 24, 2003)
Document Destruction Charges Filed Against NextBank Auditor Under Sarbanes-Oxley Act Espionage charges against Gitmo Air Force translator accused of spying for Syria: Federal Appeals Court Reinstates Calif. Recall Election (and other orders):
  • Opinion (Southwest Voter Registration Ed. Project v. Shelley) (Decision Reinstating Oct. 7 Recall Election) (Sep. 23, 2003)
  • Order (Southwest Voter Registration Ed. Project v. Shelley) (Request for Briefs on Whether to Hold Rehearing En Banc) (Sep. 16, 2003)
  • Order (Southwest Voter Registration Ed. Project v. Shelley) (Order Delaying Oct. 7 Recall Election) (Sep. 15, 2003)
Owner of Dewey Decimal System trademark sues NYC Library Hotel for infringment
  • Complaint (OCLC Online Computer Library Center v. 299 Madison Ave., LLC) (Sep. 10, 2003)
US Attorney General Ashcroft Orders Prosecutors to limit plea bargains Calif. Court Orders Lt. Gov. Bustamante to Return Campaign Funds to Donors
  • Order (Johnson v. Bustamante) (Sep. 22, 2003)
Thirty-Five Terror Suspects Indicted in Spain, including Osama bin Laden and al Jazeera journalist: Federal Enron-Related Charges Against Former Merrill Lynch Execs, and Agreement: President Bush Orders Merger of Federal Anti-Terror Watch Lists: Georgia ACLU Sues Barrow County Over Posting of Ten Commandments at Courthouse:
  • Complaint (Doe v. Barrow Co., GA) (Sep. 16, 2003)
Murder Charges Against Suspect in Slaying of Venus and Serena Williams's Sister Felony Illegal Trading Charges Filed against Former Bank of America Broker: Federal Appeals Court Delays Calif. Recall Election:
  • Order (Southwest Voter Registration Ed. Project v. Shelley) (Sep. 15, 2003)
Miami Cigar Co. Sues P.Diddy Over Footage of Cigar Making in Music Video
  • Complaint (Moore & Bode, Inc. v. Bad Boy Entertainment, et al.) (Sep. 4, 2003)
Federal Judges Dismiss Lawsuit brought by 11 Texas Senate Democrats Felony Child Sexual Abuse Charges Filed Against Retired L.A. Priest 9/11 Families Can't Seize Iraqi Assets for $63M Judgment Against Iraq
  • Opinion (Smith v. Federal Reserve Bank) (Sep. 11, 2003)
Indictment Against Mass. Inmate For Allegedly Slaying Ex-Priest John Geoghan:
  • Indictment (Massachusetts v. Druce) (Sep. 11, 2003)
Ex-Enron Treasurer Ben Glisan Pleads Guilty to Federal Conspiracy Charges: Accused New York Times Hacker's Charges: FCC gives Howard Stern OK to Interview Schwarzenegger without giving time to other candidates: Federal Court Allows Suits By 9/11 Families Against Airlines, Port Authority, Others: Campaign Finance Reform Act Cases Before The U.S. Supreme Court Federal Three-Judge Panel Refuses to Delay Recall Election: South Dakota Congressman Bill Janklow Charged with Second-Degree Manslaughter:
Teen Hacker Suspect Arrested in "Blaster" Worm Attack:
Texas Redistricting Controversy (a/k/a "Texasgate"):

RIAA Litigation:
  • Complaint (Webcaster Alliance v. RIAA) [Webcasters' suit against industry] (Aug. 27, 2003)
  • Complaint (Atlantic Recording Corp., et al. v. Peng) [Princeton student; alleged fileswapper] (Apr. 3, 2003)
  • Complaint (Atlantic Recording Corp., et al. v. Jordan) [Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute student; alleged fileswapper] (Apr. 3, 2003)
  • Complaint (Atlantic Recording Corp., et al. v. Sherman) [Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute student; alleged fileswapper] (Apr. 3, 2003)
  • Complaint (Atlantic Recording Corp., et al. v. Nievelt) [Michigan Technological University student; alleged fileswapper] (Apr. 3, 2003)
Criminal and Civil Cases Involving Slain Baylor Univ. Basketball Player:
  • Indictment (Texas v. Dotson) (Aug. 27, 2003)
  • Petition (Father of Victim Suit against Baylor Univ.) (Patrick Dennehy, Sr. v. Baylor Univ., et al.) (Aug. 22, 2003)
  • Complaint & Arrest Warrant (Texas v. Dotson) (July 21, 2003)

Litigation Over Ten Commandments Monument In Alabama State Judicial Building:

Oklahoma files criminal charges against WorldCom, Ebbers:

Anthrax "Person of Interest," Dr. Steven Hatfill, Sues Justice Dept.:
  • Complaint (Hatfill v. Ashcroft) (Aug. 26, 2003)

GAO's Congressional Audit Of The White House Energy Task Force
Amazon.com Deceptive Email Forgery ("Spoofing") Suits
  • Complaint (Amazon.com, Inc. v. Royal Responder, Inc.; James "Jay" Unzicker, et al.) (Dist. of Ariz.) (Aug. 25, 2003)
  • Complaint (Amazon.com, Inc. v. Daniel Byron Black, et al) (Northern Dist. of Cal.) (Aug. 25, 2003)
  • Complaint (Amazon.com, Inc. v. Rockin Time Holdings, Inc., et al.) (Southern Dist. of Fla.) (Aug. 25, 2003)
  • Complaint (Amazon.com, Inc. v. Edward Davidson, et al.) (Southern Dist. of Fla.) (Aug. 25, 2003)
  • Complaint (Amazon.com, Inc. v. E.B.A. Wholesale Corp. (d/b/a Cyebye.com)) (Southern Dist. of NY) (Aug. 25, 2003)
  • Complaint (Amazon.com, Inc. v. John Does 1-20 d/b/a healthproductsnow.net) (Western Dist. of Wash.) (Aug. 25, 2003)
  • Complaint (Amazon.com, Inc. v. Cyberpower Pty, Ltd., et al.) (Western Dist. of Wash.) (Aug. 25, 2003)
  • Complaint (Amazon.com, Inc. v. John Does 1-20, d/b/a cheapfilter.com, testfilters.net, filtercable.net, filtercable.com, filterppv.com ) (Western Dist. of Wash.) (Aug. 25, 2003)
  • Complaint (Amazon.com, Inc. v. John Does 1-20) (Eastern Dist. of Wisc.) (Aug. 25, 2003)
  • Complaint (Amazon.com, Inc. v. JMatrix Consulting Group, LLC, et al.) (Eastern Dist. of Wisc.) (Aug. 25, 2003)
  • Complaint (Amazon.com, Inc. v. 1505820 Ontario Inc., c.o.b. Natural Grains Deli ) (Ontario Superior Ct. of Justice, Toronto, Canada) (Aug. 25, 2003)
WorldCom Corporate Monitor Issues Report:

California Supreme Court Rules in Favor of DVD Copying Protection:
  • Opinion (DVD Copy Control Ass'n v. Bunner) (Aug. 25, 2003)

Inspector General finds fault with EPA statements on air quality in NYC after 9/11:
Litigation involving FirstEnergy:
  • Class Action Complaint (Alleged Misrepresentation of Earnings) (Pylpow v. FirstEnergy, et al.) (Aug. 21, 2003)
  • Class Action Complaint (Alleged Misrepresentations) (Campagnuolo v. FirstEnergy Corp.,et al.) (Aug. 13, 2003)
  • Opinion and Order (Case Against FirstEnergy subisidiary for Clean Air Act violations) (U.S. v. Ohio Edison Corp., et al.) (Aug. 7, 2003)
Gulf War Veteran Cases:
  • Class Action Complaint (Suit Against banks, firms re chemicals) (Stutts v. DE Deitrich Group, et al.) (Aug. 19, 2003)
  • Memorandum Opinion (Litigation Over Access to Frozen Iraqi Assets) (Acree, et al. v. Federal Reserve Bank, et al.) (July 30, 2003)
  • Temporary Restraining Order (Litigation Over Access to Frozen Iraqi Assets) (Acree, et al. v. Federal Reserve Bank, et al.) (July 21, 2003)
Sniper Suspect Case:

Organized Crime Charges Against The Late John Gotti's Brother and Others
  • Superseding Indictment (Racketeering, Extortion, Conspiracy To Murder "Sammy The Bull" Gravano) (U.S. v. Peter Gotti, et al.) (August 2003)

Northern Virginia Islamic Charities Accused of Funding Terrorism:

Criminal Complaints Against Defendants In Surface-to-Air Missile Conspiracy Cases

Inspector General's Report on FBI's Investigation of Double Agent Robert Hanssen:

Fox News Sues Al Franken and Publisher For Use of "Fair and Balanced" in Upcoming Book Title
  • Complaint (Fox News v. Penguin Group and Al Franken) (Aug. 7, 2003)

Lawsuits Filed For And Against Gov. Davis Recall:
  • Opposition to Petition for Writ of Mandate (Davis v. Shelley) (Sec. State Shelley Files Opposition to Davis Delay Request in Cal. Supreme Ct.) (Aug. 6, 2003)
  • Petition for Writ of Mandate (Davis v. Shelley) (Gov. Davis Petitions Cal. Supreme Ct. to delay Recall) (Aug. 4, 2003)
  • Opinion (Partnoy v. Shelley) (Fed. Ct. rules part of recall law unconstitutional) (July 29, 2003)
  • Complaint (Partnoy v. Shelley) (Law professors seek to hold recall unconstitutional) (July 23, 2003)
  • Order (Recall Gray Davis Committee v. Shelley) (July 18, 2003)
  • Complaint (Robbins v. Shelley) (Taxpayers Against the Governor's Recall) (July 15, 2003)
  • Petition for Writ of Mandate (Recall Gray Davis Committee v. Shelley) (July 10, 2003)
Oregon Software Engineer Pleads Guilty in "Portland Terror Cell" case:
Court Orders Research in Motion to Stop Selling Blackberrys, Awards $53.7M to NTP for RIM's Patent Infringment:
    Final Order (NTP v. Research In Motion) (Aug. 5, 2003)
Mike Tyson's Legal Troubles: Criminal Charges and Bankruptcy:
Criminal Charges Against Woman Pretending To Be Missing Indiana Girl:
ACLU suit on behalf of Arab Americans challenging constitutionality of USA Patriot Act:
  • Complaint (Muslim Community Ass'n of Ann Arbor, et al. v. Ashcroft) (July 30, 2003)
'3 Tenors' CD ruling by FTC in antitrust matter:
  • Opinion (In Re: Polygram Holding, Inc., et al.) (July 28, 2003)
  • Order (In Re: Polygram Holding, Inc., et al.) (July 28, 2003)

Citigroup, J.P. Morgan to Pay Over $300 Million in Enron Case:
Ruling in domain name dispute involving Network Solutions:
Congress Releases 9/11 Report:
Federal Court Rules Gennifer Flowers can sue Sen. Hillary Clinton:
  • Order (Flowers v. Clinton, et al.) (July 21, 2003)

Florida ruling on civilians wearing police gear:
  • Opinion (Rodriguez v. Florida) (July 23, 2003)

Mass. Atty. General's Report On Abuse By Boston Clergy:
Dismissal of 2 Terror Charges vs. Crim. Defense Lawyer Lynne Stewart:
Judge Dismisses Suits by Tobacco Cos. to Stop Anti-Smoking Ads in Calif.:
  • Order (R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. v. Bonta) (July 22, 2003)

First-degree murder charges against N.H. father accused of slaying his children:
  • Indictments (New Hampshire v. Gehring) (July 21, 2003)

U.S. DOJ Inspector General Finds USA Patriot Act Civil Rights Violations:
NAACP Suit Against Gun Makers Dismissed:
Tenent Health Subsidiaries Indicted:
  • Superseding Indictment (U.S. v. Barry Weinbaum, Tenet HealthSystem Hospitals, Inc., and Alvarado Hospital Medical Center, Inc.) (July 17, 2003)

Suit by Estate of Baltimore Oriole's Pitcher Over Epehdra:
  • Complaint (Bechler v. Cytodyne Technologies, Inc.) (July 16, 2003)

Biotech Companies Sue Columbia University:
  • Complaint (Biogen v. Columbia University) (July 15, 2003)

Feds Won't Have To Pay Clinton's Whitewater Legal Fees
  • Order (In re: Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan) (July 15, 2003)

Chris Webber's Plea Agreement

GAO's Report On Amounts Charged To DHHS For Events Attended By President Bush
  • Letter Report (United States General Accounting Office) (June 9, 2003)

Reuters Sues Bloomberg for patent infringment of trading technology
  • Complaint (Reuters Transaction Services, Ltd. v. Bloomberg, L.P.) (July 11, 2003)

Enron Files Chapter 11 Plan:

4th Circuit Documents From The Moussaoui Case:

Charges Filed Against Alleged Iraqi Spy:

Judge Approves $750 Million Settlement Between WorldCom And SEC:

New Microsoft Antitrust Settlement Report:

Refugee Sues Saddam Over Alleged Torture And Murder:
  • Complaint (Rasheed v. Saddam Hussein, et al.) (July 1, 2003)

Marriage Fraud Case Involving Pakistani Men And American Women:
  • Indictment (U.S. v. Jamal, et al.) (June 26, 2003)

Iran Embassy Hostages Cannot Sue:
  • Opinion (Roeder, et al. v. Islamic Republic of Iran) (July 1, 2003)

Investor Lawsuits Against Merrill Lynch Dismissed:

Ex-Intel Worker Can Send E-mail Criticizing Co.:
  • Opinion (Intel Corp. v. Hamidi) (June 30, 2003)

U.S. Arrests 7 In New Terror Sweep:

U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas Sodomy Law:
  • Opinion (Lawrence v. Texas) (June 26, 2003)

Judge Permits Upcoming Birth By Disabled Rape Victim:
  • Order (In Re: Guardianship Of J.D.S.) (June 25, 2003)

President Bush Designates A New Enemy Combatant:

Convicted Rapist And Max Factor Heir Luster Found In Mexico:

Spike Lee Gets Injunction To Stop Spike TV Channel:

'Jane Roe's' Legal Challenge To Abortion:

Harry Potter Lawsuit Against The NY Daily News:
  • Complaint (J.K. Rowling and Scholastic v. NY Daily News) (June 18, 2003)

Ohio Truck Driver Admits Al-Qaeda Link:

GAO Report on Border Security

Microsoft Files Suits Against Alleged Spammers:
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. RHC Direct, LLC) (June 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. Rockin Time Holdings, Inc., et al.) (June 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. Tranzact Media, Inc.) (June 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. VMC, Inc. et al.) (June 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. XPAYS, Inc.) (June 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. InterWeb Hosting, LLC, et al.) (June 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. John Does 1-20) (June 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. John Does 1-20 (2nd set)) (June 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. Daniel Khoshnood, Pointcom, Inc., et al.) (June 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. Email Gold, Inc., et al.) (June 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. The E-Offer Store) (June 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. GiantLinks, Inc., et al.) (June 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Microsoft v. Global Media, Inc.) (June 16, 2003)

Overcharged CD Consumer Class Action Lawsuit:
  • Decision and Order (In Re: CD Minimum Advertised Price Antitrust Litigation) (June 13, 2003)

Heart Surgery Device Manufacturer Acused Of Cover-Up:

Charges Filed Against San Jose Kidnapping Suspect:

WorldCom Reports Provide New Details Of Scandal:

Court Rules Consumers May Keep Cell Numbers When Switching Plans:
  • Opinion (Cell Telecom v. FCC) (June 6, 2003)

Florida Judge Rules Woman Cannot Wear Veil In ID Photo:

Olympic Bombing Suspect Eric Rudolph Captured:

WorldCom To Pay $500 Million Settlement In Accounting Fraud Case:
Man Claims 'American Idol' TV Show Idea Was His:
  • Order (Keane v. Fox Television Stations, Inc., et al.) (May 16, 2003)
  • Complaint (Keane v. Fox Television Stations, Inc., et al.) (May 14, 2003)
Court Stays Ruling On Campaign Finance Reform Law:
Two Suspects Indicted For USS Cole Bombing:
Judge Finds InfoSpace CEO Made Insider Trades:
  • Order (Dreiling v. Kellet) (May 14, 2003)
18 Immigrants Killed When Trapped In Smuggling Truck:
Judge Blocks New York Public Transportation Fare Increase:
New York Arrests Alleged 'Buffalo Spammer':
Former CSFB Banker Quattrone Indicted On Obstruction Charges:
S.E.C. Files Civil Enforcement Complaint Against Alleged Spammer From Kentucky:
Charges Against FBI Handler and His Alleged Double-Agent Lover:
Rep. Waxman Requests GAO Investigation Of Bush's Carrier Landing:
Libel Suit Against eBay Dismissed:
  • Order (Grace v. Neeley) (Apr. 28, 2003)
McCarthy Hearing Transcripts Finally Released:
  • Volume 1 (from 1953-54, made public Jan. 2003)
  • Volume 2 (from 1953-54, made public Jan. 2003)
  • Volume 3 (from 1953-54, made public Jan. 2003)
  • Volume 4 (from 1953-54, made public Jan. 2003)
  • Volume 5 (from 1953-54, made public Jan. 2003)
Lawsuit Over New York Subway Fare Increase:
Ex-Intel Employee Charged In Oregon Terrorism Case:
  • Criminal Complaint (U.S. v. Hawash) (Apr. 28, 2003)
  • Order (In Re: Material Grand Jury Witness Detention) (Apr. 7, 2003)
Judge Denies Request To Shut Down File-Swapping Services:
  • Order (MGM v. Grokster) (Apr. 25, 2003)
Major League Baseball Issues New Bat Manufacturing Rules:
Fox News Engineer Charged With Smuggling Iraqi Art:
Lawsuit Over FBI's Secret "No-Fly" List:
FTC Sues To Shut Down Alleged Spam Operation:
AOL Sues Five Suspected Spammers:
  • Complaint (America Online v. Maryland Internet Marketing) [Computer Software, Mortgage Offers] (Apr. 14, 2003)
  • Complaint (America Online v. John Does 1-10) [Online Pharmaceuticals, "Mexican Steroids"] (Apr. 14, 2003)
  • Complaint (America Online v. John Does 1-20) [Mortgage Offers] (Apr. 14, 2003)
  • Complaint (America Online v. John Does 1-30) [Digital Cable Descramblers, Sexually Explicit Websites, Male Sexual Organ Enhancement Drugs, "Generic Viagra," Online College Degrees] (Apr. 14, 2003)
    [WARNING: EXHIBIT A CONTAINS SEXUALLY EXPLICIT IMAGES]
  • Complaint (America Online v. Byte Night) [Pornographic Websites] (Apr. 11, 2003)
    [WARNING: EXHIBIT A CONTAINS SEXUALLY EXPLICIT IMAGES]
Son of Iraqi Diplomat Charged With Spying:
Court Reduces Bond In Illinois "Light" Cigarrette Lawsuit:
Prosecutors See To Reinstate Murder Conviction Against SF Dog Attack Defendant:
Charges Against Elizabeth Smart's Accused Utah Kidnappers:
Howard Stern Sues ABC Over "Are You Hot?" Reality Show:
  • Complaint (Howard Stern v. Telepictures Productions, Inc.) (Mar. 13, 2003)
New Mexico Legislator Proposes 'Extraterrestrial Culture Day':
Soprano's Star Gandolfini Takes HBO To Court:
  • Complaint (Gandolfini v. Sopranos Productions, Inc.) (Mar. 6, 2003)
NASD Charges Former CSFB Banker Quattrone With 'Spinning' IPO Shares:
Rhode Island Nightclub Fire Lawsuit:
  • Complaint (Roderiques v. Town of West Warwick) (Mar. 4, 2003)
Wrongful Death Lawsuit In Chicago Club Stampede Case:
  • Complaint (Jefferson v. Epitome Rest. and Nightclub, et al.) (Feb. 20, 2003)
Barry Bonds Home Run Baseball Lawsuit:
Medical Marijuana Lawsuit In California:


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