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Supreme Court of the United States Sally M. REED, Appellant, v. Cecil R. REED, Administrator, etc. No. 70-4. Argued Oct. 19, 1971. Decided Nov. 22, 1971. Proceedings on separate petitions by mother and father of decedent for administration of decedent's estate. The Idaho Supreme Court, 93 Idaho 511, 465 P.2d 635, reversed order of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District and reinstated original order of the probate court which named the father administrator of the estate. The mother appealed. The Supreme Court, Mr. Chief Justice Burger, held that Idaho statute which provides that as between persons equally qualified to administer estates males must be preferred to females, is based solely on a discrimination prohibited by and is violative of the equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. Reversed and remanded. For opinion after remand see 493 P.2d 701. West Headnotes [1] Constitutional Law 92 3384

162II Appointment, Qualification, and Tenure 162k17 Right to Appointment as Administrator 162k17(1) k. In general. Most Cited Cases Idaho statute which provides that as between persons equally qualified to administer estates males must be preferred to females, is based solely on a discrimination prohibited by and is violative of the equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. I.C. §§ 15-312, 15-314; U.S.C.A.Const. Amend. 14; Const.Idaho art. 1, § 1. [2] Evidence 157 43(1)

157 Evidence 157I Judicial Notice 157k43 Judicial Proceedings and Records 157k43(1) k. In general. Most Cited Cases Court would take judicial notice that in the United States, presumably due to greater longevity of women, large proportion of estates, both intestate and testate, are administered by surviving widows. I.C. §§ 15-312, 15-314. [3] Constitutional Law 92 3039

92 Constitutional Law 92XXVI Equal Protection 92XXVI(B) Particular Classes 92XXVI(B)11 Sex or Gender 92k3384 k. Property in general. Most Cited Cases (Formerly 92k224(2), 92k224) Executors and Administrators 162 162 Executors and Administrators 17(1)

92 Constitutional Law 92XXVI Equal Protection 92XXVI(A) In General 92XXVI(A)5 Scope of Doctrine in General 92k3038 Discrimination and Classification 92k3039 k. In general. Most Cited Cases (Formerly 92k3053, 92k211) Constitutional Law 92 3057

92 Constitutional Law 92XXVI Equal Protection 92XXVI(A) In General 92XXVI(A)6 Levels of Scrutiny 92k3052 Rational Basis Standard; Reasonableness

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92k3057 k. Statutes and other written regulations and rules. Most Cited Cases (Formerly 92k213.1(2)) The equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment does not deny to states the power to treat different classes of persons in different ways; the clause does, however, deny to states the power to legislate that different treatment be accorded to persons placed by statute into different classes on basis of criteria wholly unrelated to the objective of that statute. U.S.C.A.Const. Amend. 14. [4] Constitutional Law 92 3057

mandated solely on basis of sex. I.C. §§ 15-312, 15-314; U.S.C.A.Const. Amend. 14; Const.Idaho art. 1, § 1. **251 Syllabus FN*

FN* The syllabus constitutes no part of the opinion of the Court but has been prepared by the Reporter of Decisions for the convenience of the reader. See United States v. Detroit Lumber Co., 200 U.S. 321, 337, 26 S.Ct. 282, 50 L.Ed. 499. *71 A mandatory provision of the Idaho probate code that gives preference to men over women when persons of the same entitlement class apply for appointment as administrator of a decedent's estate is based solely on a discrimination prohibited by and therefore violative of the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. 93 Idaho 511, 465 P.2d 635, reversed and remanded. Allen R. Derr, Boise, Idaho, for appellant. **252 Charles S. Stout, Boise, Idaho, for appellee. Mr. Chief Justice BURGER delivered the opinion for a unanimous Court. Richard Lynn Reed, a minor, died intestate in Ada County, Idaho, on March 29, 1967. His adoptive parents, who had separated sometime prior to his death, are the parties to this appeal. Approximately seven months after Richard's death, his mother, appellant Sally Reed, filed a petition in the Probate Court of Ada County, *72 seeking appointment as FN1 administratrix of her son's estate. Prior to the date set for a hearing on the mother's petition, appellee Cecil Reed, the father of the decedent, filed a competing petition seeking to have himself appointed administrator of the son's estate. The probate court held a joint hearing on the two petitions and thereafter ordered that letters of administration be issued to appellee Cecil Reed upon his taking the oath and filing the bond required by law. The court

92 Constitutional Law 92XXVI Equal Protection 92XXVI(A) In General 92XXVI(A)6 Levels of Scrutiny 92k3052 Rational Basis Standard; Reasonableness 92k3057 k. Statutes and other written regulations and rules. Most Cited Cases (Formerly 92k213.1(2), 92k211) In order not to violate the equal protection clause, statutory classification must be reasonable, not arbitrary, and must rest on some ground of difference having fair and substantial relation to the object of legislation, so that all persons similarly circumstanced shall be treated alike. U.S.C.A.Const. Amend. 14. [5] Constitutional Law 92 3384

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treated §§ 15-312 and 15-314 of the Idaho Code as the controlling statutes and read those sections as compelling a preference for Cecil Reed because he was a male. FN1. In her petition, Sally Reed alleged that her son's estate, consisting of a few items of personal property and a small savings account, had an aggregate value of less than $1,000. Section 15-312 designates the persons who are entitled to administer the estate of one who dies intestate. In making these designations, that section lists 11 classes of persons who are so entitled and provides, in substance, *73 that the order in which those classes are listed in the section shall be determinative of the relative rights of competing applicants for letters of administration. One of the 11 classes so enumerated is ‘(t)he father or mother’ of the person dying intestate. Under this section then appellant and appellee, being members of the same entitlement class, would seem to have been equally entitled to administer their son's estate. Section 15-314 provides, however, that FN2. Section 15-312 provides as follows: ‘Administration of the estate of a person dying intestate must be granted to some one or more of the persons hereinafter mentioned, and they are respectively entitled thereto in the following order: ‘1. The surviving husband or wife or some competent person whom he or she may request to have appointed. ‘2. The children. ‘3. The father or mother. ‘4. The brothers. ‘5. The sisters. ‘6. The grandchildren. FN2

‘7. The next of kin entitled to share in the distribution of the estate. ‘8. Any of the kindred. ‘9. The public administrator. ‘10. The creditors of such person at the time of death. ‘11. Any person legally competent. ‘If the decedent was a member of a partnership at the time of his decease, the surviving partner must in no case be appointed administrator of his estate.’ ‘(o)f several persons claiming and equally entitled (under s 15-312) to administer, males must be preferred to females, and relatives of the whole to those of the helf blood.’ In issuing its order, the probate court implicitly recognized the equality of entitlement of the two applicants under s 15-312 and noted that neither of the applicants was under any legal disability; the court ruled, however, that appellee, being a male, was to be preferred to the female appellant ‘by reason of Section 15-314 of the Idaho Code.’ In stating this conclusion, the probate judge gave no indication that he had attempted to determine the relative capabilities of the competing applicants to perform the functions incident to the administration of an estate. It seems clear the probate judge considered himself bound by statute to give preference to the male candidate over the female, each being otherwise ‘equally entitled.’ Sally Reed appealed from the probate court order, and her appeal was treated by the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of Idaho as a constitutional attack on s 15-314. In dealing with the attack, that court held that the challenged **253 section violated the Equal Protection Clause of the FourFN3 teenth Amendment and was, therefore,*74 void; the matter was ordered ‘returned to the Probate Court for its determination of which of the two

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parties' was better qualified to administer the estate. FN3. The court also held that the statute violated Art. I, s 1, of the Idaho Constitution. This order was never carried out, however, for Cecil Reed took a further appeal to the Idaho Supreme Court, which reversed the District Court and reinstated the original order naming the father administrator of the estate. In reaching this result, the Idaho Supreme Court first dealt with the governing statutory law and held that under s 15-312 ‘a father and mother are ‘equally entitled’ to letters of administration,' but the preference given to males by s 15-314 is ‘mandatory’ and leaves no room for the exercise of a probate court's discretion in the appointment of administrators. Having thus definitively and authoritatively interpreted the statutory provisions involved, the Idaho Supreme Court then proceeded to examine, and reject, Sally Reed's contention that s 15-314 violates the Equal Protection Clause by giving a mandatory preference to males over females, without regard to their individual qualifications as potential estate administrators. 93 Idaho 511, 465 P.2d 635. [1] Sally Reed thereupon appealed for review by this Court pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1257(2), and we noted probable jurisdiction. 401 U.S. 934, 91 S.Ct. 917, 28 L.Ed.2d 213. Having examined the record and considered the briefs and oral arguments of the parties, we have concluded that the arbitrary preference established in favor of males by s 15-314 of the Idaho Code cannot stand in the face of the Fourteenth Amendment's command that no State deny the equal protection of the laws to any person withFN4 in its jurisdiction. FN4. We note that s 15-312, set out in n. 2, supra, appears to give a superior entitlement to brothers of an intestate (class 4) than is given to sisters (class 5). The parties now before the Court are not affected by the operation of s 15-312 in this respect, however, and appellant has made

no challenge to that section. We further note that on March 12, 1971, the Idaho Legislature adopted the Uniform Probate Code, effective July 1, 1972. Idaho Laws 1971, c. 111, p. 233. On that date, ss 15-312 and 15-314 of the present code will, then, be effectively repealed, and there is in the new legislation no mandatory preference for males over females as administrators of estates. *75 [2] Idaho does not, of course, deny letters of administration to women altogether. Indeed, under s 15-312, a woman whose spouse dies intestate has a preference over a son, father, brother, or any other male relative of the decedent. Moreover, we can judicially notice that in this country, presumably due to the greater longevity of women, a large proportion of estates, both intestate and under wills of decedents, are administered by surviving widows. Section 15-314 is restricted in its operation to those situations where competing applications for letters of administration have been filed by both male and female members of the same entitlement class established by s 15-312. In such situations, s 15-314 provides that different treatment be accorded to the applicants on the basis of their sex; it thus establishes a classification subject to scrutiny under the Equal Protection Clause. [3][4] In applying that clause, this Court has consistently recognized that the Fourteenth Amendment does not deny to States the power to treat different classes of persons in different ways. Barbier v. Connolly, 113 U.S. 27, 5 S.Ct. 357, 28 L.Ed. 923 (1885); Lindsley v. Natural Carbonic Gas Co., 220 U.S. 61, 31 S.Ct. 337, 55 L.Ed. 369 (1911); Railway Express Agency v. New York, 336 U.S. 106, 69 S.Ct. 463, 93 L.Ed. 533 (1949); McDonald v. Board of Election Commissioners, 394 U.S. 802, 89 S.Ct. 1404, 22 L.Ed.2d 739 (1969). The Equal Protection Clause of that amendment **254 does, however, deny to States the power to legislate that different treatment be accorded to persons placed

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by a statute into *76 different classes on the basis of criteria wholly unrelated to the objective of that statute. A classification ‘must be reasonable, not arbitrary, and must rest upon some ground of difference having a fair and substantial relation to the object of the legislation, so that all persons similarly circumstanced shall be treated alike.’ Royster Guano Co. v. Virginia, 253 U.S. 412, 415, 40 S.Ct. 560, 561, 64 L.Ed. 989 (1920). The question presented by this case, then, is whether a difference in the sex of competing applicants for letters of administration bears a rational relationship to a state objective that is sought to be advanced by the operation of ss 15-312 and 15-314. In upholding the latter section, the Idaho Supreme Court concluded that its objective was to eliminate one area of controversy when two or more persons, equally entitled under s 15-312, seek letters of administration and thereby present the probate court ‘with the issue of which one should be named.’ The court also concluded that where such persons are not of the same sex, the elimination of females from consideration ‘is neither an illogical nor arbitrary method devised by the legislature to resolve an issue that would otherwise require a hearing as to the relative merits * * * of the two or more petitioning relatives * * *.’ 93 Idaho, at 514, 465 P.2d, at 638. [5] Clearly the objective of reducing the workload on probate courts by eliminating one class of contests is not without some legitimacy. The crucial question, however, is whether s 15-314 advances that objective in a manner consistent with the command of the Equal Protection Clause. We hold that it does not. To give a mandatory preference to members of either sex over members of the other, merely to accomplish the elimination of hearings on the merits, is to make the very kind of arbitrary legislative choice forbidden by the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment; and whatever may be *77 said as to the positive values of avoiding intrafamily controversy, the choice in this context may not lawfully be mandated solely

on the basis of sex. We note finally that if s 15-314 is viewed merely as a modifying appendage to s 15-312 and as aimed at the same objective, its constitutionality is not thereby saved. The objective of s 15-312 clearly is to establish degrees of entitlement of various classes of persons in accordance with their varying degrees and kinds of relationship to the intestate. Regardless of their sex, persons within any one of the enumerated classes of that section are similarly situated with respect to that objective. By providing dissimilar treatment for men and women who are thus similarly situated, the challenged section violates the Equal Protection Clause. Royster Guano Co. v. Virginia, supra. The judgment of the Idaho Supreme Court is reversed and the case remanded for further proceedings not inconsistent with this opinion. Reversed and remanded. U.S.Idaho 1971. Reed v. Reed 404 U.S. 71, 92 S.Ct. 251, 30 L.Ed.2d 225 END OF DOCUMENT

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Date of Printing: Oct 04, 2010 KEYCITE Reed v. Reed, 404 U.S. 71, 92 S.Ct. 251, 30 L.Ed.2d 225 (U.S.Idaho,Nov 22, 1971) (NO. 70-4) History Direct History 1 Reed v. Reed, 93 Idaho 511, 465 P.2d 635 (Idaho Feb 11, 1970) (NO. 10417) Probable Jurisdiction Noted by 2 Reed v. Reed, 401 U.S. 934, 91 S.Ct. 917, 28 L.Ed.2d 213 (U.S.Idaho Mar 01, 1971) (NO. 430) AND Judgment Reversed by => 3 Reed v. Reed, 404 U.S. 71, 92 S.Ct. 251, 30 L.Ed.2d 225 (U.S.Idaho Nov 22, 1971) (NO. 70-4) Mandate Conformed to 4 Reed v. Reed, 94 Idaho 542, 493 P.2d 701 (Idaho Feb 07, 1972) (NO. 10417) Negative Citing References (U.S.A.) Declined to Extend by 5 Abebe v. Mukasey, 554 F.3d 1203, 2009 Daily Journal D.A.R. 141 (9th Cir. Jan 05, 2009) (NO. 05-76201) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) Distinguished by 6 Feinerman v. Jones, 356 F.Supp. 252, 5 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 901, 6 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8731 (M.D.Pa. Jan 10, 1973) (NO. CIV. 72-94) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 7 People v. Olague, 31 Cal.App.3d Supp. 5, 106 Cal.Rptr. 612 (Cal.App.Super. Feb 21, 1973) (NO. CRIM.A11667) 8 Application of Halligan, 76 Misc.2d 190, 350 N.Y.S.2d 63 (N.Y.Sup. Nov 27, 1973) (S.Ct.) HN: 5

9 Schlesinger v. Ballard, 419 U.S. 498, 95 S.Ct. 572, 42 L.Ed.2d 610, 9 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 33, 9 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9894 (U.S.Cal. Jan 15, 1975) (NO. 73-776) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 10 D'Ercole v. D'Ercole, 407 F.Supp. 1377 (D.Mass. Feb 19, 1976) (NO. CIV. 73-3070-T) 11 Lewis v. Cohen, 417 F.Supp. 1047, 12 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 575, 11 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,857 (E.D.Pa. Mar 05, 1976) (NO. 73-2876) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 12 Hall v. McKenzie, 537 F.2d 1232 (4th Cir.(W.Va.) Jun 28, 1976) (NO. 75-2250) (S.Ct.) 13 State v. Piper, 117 N.H. 64, 369 A.2d 199 (N.H. Jan 31, 1977) (NO. 7527) HN: 3 HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

14 People v. McKellar, 81 Cal.App.3d 367, 146 Cal.Rptr. 327 (Cal.App. 2 Dist. May 26, 1978) (NO. CR. 30376), hearing granted (Jul 20, 1978), transferred to court of appeal (Jan 24, 1980), opinion

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15 McCann v. Clerk, City of Jersey City, 338 N.J.Super. 509, 770 A.2d 723 (N.J.Super.A.D. Apr 03, 2001) (NO. A-3835-00T5) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 16 Credit Bureau of Eastern Idaho, Inc. v. Lecheminant, 149 Idaho 467, 235 P.3d 1188 (Idaho Jun 18, 2010) (NO. 36381) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) Court Documents Appellate Court Documents (U.S.A.) U.S. Appellate Briefs 17 Reed v. Reed, 1971 WL 133600 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr. 14, 1971) Joint Brief of Amici Curiae (NO. 70-4) 18 Reed v. Reed, 1971 WL 133596 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun. 25, 1971) Brief for Appellant (NO. 70-4) 19 Reed v. Reed, 1971 WL 133599 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun. 25, 1971) Brief of the City of New York, Amicus Curiae (NO. 70-4) 20 Reed v. Reed, 1971 WL 133597 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep. 09, 1971) Brief for Respondent (NO. 70-4) 21 Reed v. Reed, 1971 WL 133598 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct. 13, 1971) Reply Brief for Appellant (NO. 70-4)

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Date of Printing: Oct 04, 2010 KEYCITE Reed v. Reed, 404 U.S. 71, 92 S.Ct. 251, 30 L.Ed.2d 225 (U.S.Idaho Nov 22, 1971) (NO. 70-4) Citing References Negative Cases (U.S.A.) Declined to Extend by 1 Abebe v. Mukasey, 554 F.3d 1203, 1207, 2009 Daily Journal D.A.R. 141, 141 (9th Cir. Jan 05, 2009) (NO. 05-76201) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) Distinguished by 2 Credit Bureau of Eastern Idaho, Inc. v. Lecheminant, 235 P.3d 1188, 1191+, 149 Idaho 467+ (Idaho Jun 18, 2010) (NO. 36381) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3 McCann v. Clerk, City of Jersey City, 770 A.2d 723, 733, 338 N.J.Super. 509, 527 (N.J.Super.A.D. Apr 03, 2001) (NO. A-3835-00T5) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4 People v. McKellar, 146 Cal.Rptr. 327, 329+, 81 Cal.App.3d 367, 367+ (Cal.App. 2 Dist. May 26, 1978) (NO. CR. 30376) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 5 State v. Piper, 369 A.2d 199, 201, 117 N.H. 64, 66 (N.H. Jan 31, 1977) (NO. 7527) (S.Ct.) 6 Hall v. McKenzie, 537 F.2d 1232, 1235+ (4th Cir.(W.Va.) Jun 28, 1976) (NO. 75-2250) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 7 Lewis v. Cohen, 417 F.Supp. 1047, 1053+, 12 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 575, 575+, 11 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,857, 10857+ (E.D.Pa. Mar 05, 1976) (NO. 73-2876) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 8 D'Ercole v. D'Ercole, 407 F.Supp. 1377, 1381+ (D.Mass. Feb 19, 1976) (NO. CIV. 73-3070-T) 9 Schlesinger v. Ballard, 95 S.Ct. 572, 573+, 419 U.S. 498, 498+, 42 L.Ed.2d 610, 610+, 9 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 33, 33+, 9 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9894, 9894+ (U.S.Cal. Jan 15, 1975) (NO. 73-776) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 10 Application of Halligan, 350 N.Y.S.2d 63, 67+, 76 Misc.2d 190, 192+ (N.Y.Sup. Nov 27, 1973) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 11 People v. Olague, 106 Cal.Rptr. 612, 614, 31 Cal.App.3d Supp. 5, 8 (Cal.App.Super. Feb 21, 1973) (NO. CRIM.A11667) 12 Feinerman v. Jones, 356 F.Supp. 252, 262+, 5 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 901, 901+, 6 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8731, 8731+ (M.D.Pa. Jan 10, 1973) (NO. CIV. 72-94) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) Positive Cases (U.S.A.) Examined HN: 4

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13 Craig v. Boren, 97 S.Ct. 451, 453+, 429 U.S. 190, 190+, 50 L.Ed.2d 397, 397+ (U.S.Okla. Dec 20, 1976) (NO. 75-628) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 14 Vorchheimer v. School Dist. of Philadelphia, 532 F.2d 880, 885+ (3rd Cir.(Pa.) Mar 16, 1976) (NO. 75-2005) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 15 Aiello v. Hansen, 359 F.Supp. 792, 796+, 7 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1041, 1041+, 7 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9283, 9283+ (N.D.Cal. May 31, 1973) (NO. C-72-1402 SW, C-72-1547 SW) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 16 Edwards v. Schlesinger, 377 F.Supp. 1091, 1094+, 19 Fed.R.Serv.2d 281, 281+ (D.D.C. Jun 19, 1974) (NO. CIV 1826-73, CIV. 1825-73) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 17 Faruki v. Rogers, 349 F.Supp. 723, 727+, 6 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 303, 303+, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8015, 8015+ (D.D.C. Oct 06, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 175-72) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 18 Lloyd v. State Div. of Parole and Probation, 557 F.Supp. 1297, 1299+ (D.Md. Feb 28, 1983) (NO. CIV. W-75-425) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 19 U.S. v. Reiser, 394 F.Supp. 1060, 1065+ (D.Mont. May 16, 1975) (NO. CRIM 4517) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 20 Wiesenfeld v. Secretary of Health, Educ. and Welfare, 367 F.Supp. 981, 987+ (D.N.J. Dec 11, 1973) (NO. CIV. A. 268-73) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 21 Vorchheimer v. School Dist. of Philadelphia, 400 F.Supp. 326, 333+ (E.D.Pa. Aug 07, 1975) (NO. CIV. 74-791) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 22 U. S. v. Houston, 12 M.J. 907, 909+ (NMCMR Jan 22, 1982) (NO. NMCM 81 0286) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 23 Sasso v. Ram Property Management, 431 So.2d 204, 213+ (Fla.App. 1 Dist. Apr 29, 1983) (NO. AG-112) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 24 Jones v. McDowell, 281 S.E.2d 192, 194+, 53 N.C.App. 434, 438+ (N.C.App. Aug 18, 1981) (NO. 8014SC1000) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) Discussed 25 U.S. v. Virginia, 116 S.Ct. 2264, 2275+, 518 U.S. 515, 532+, 135 L.Ed.2d 735, 735+, 64 USLW 4638, 4638+, 96 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 4694, 4694+, 96 Daily Journal D.A.R. 7573, 7573+, 96 Daily Journal D.A.R. 7625, 7625+ (U.S.Va. Jun 26, 1996) (NO. 94-1941, 94-2107) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 26 Lehr v. Robertson, 103 S.Ct. 2985, 2995+, 463 U.S. 248, 265+, 77 L.Ed.2d 614, 614+ (U.S.N.Y. Jun 27, 1983) (NO. 81-1756) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 27 Mississippi University for Women v. Hogan, 102 S.Ct. 3331, 3335+, 458 U.S. 718, 723+, 73 L.Ed.2d 1090, 1090+, 29 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 32,868, 32868+, 5 Ed. Law Rep. 103, 103+ (U.S.Miss. Jul 01, 1982) (NO. 81-406) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 28 City of Mesquite v. Aladdin's Castle, Inc., 102 S.Ct. 1070, 1077+, 455 U.S. 283, 294+, 71 L.Ed.2d 152, 152+ (U.S.Tex. Feb 23, 1982) (NO. 80-1577) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 29 Michael M. v. Superior Court of Sonoma County, 101 S.Ct. 1200, 1201+, 450 U.S. 464, 464+, 67 L.Ed.2d 437, 437+ (U.S.Cal. Mar 23, 1981) (NO. 79-1344) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 30 Parham v. Hughes, 99 S.Ct. 1742, 1744+, 441 U.S. 347, 348+, 60 L.Ed.2d 269, 269+ (U.S.Ga.

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Apr 24, 1979) (NO. 78-3) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 31 Caban v. Mohammed, 99 S.Ct. 1760, 1766+, 441 U.S. 380, 388+, 60 L.Ed.2d 297, 297+ (U.S.N.Y. Apr 24, 1979) (NO. 77-6431) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 32 Orr v. Orr, 99 S.Ct. 1102, 1111+, 440 U.S. 268, 278+, 59 L.Ed.2d 306, 306+ (U.S.Ala. Mar 05, 1979) (NO. 77-1119) " HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 33 Califano v. Goldfarb, 97 S.Ct. 1021, 1026+, 430 U.S. 199, 205+, 51 L.Ed.2d 270, 270+, 13 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 11,535, 11535+ (U.S.N.Y. Mar 02, 1977) (NO. 75-699) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 34 General Elec. Co. v. Gilbert, 97 S.Ct. 401, 407+, 429 U.S. 125, 134+, 50 L.Ed.2d 343, 343+, 13 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1657, 1657+, 12 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 11,240, 11240+, 1 Employee Benefits Cas. 1046, 1046+ (U.S.Va. Dec 07, 1976) (NO. 74-1589, 74-1590) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 35 Stanton v. Stanton, 95 S.Ct. 1373, 1374+, 421 U.S. 7, 7+, 43 L.Ed.2d 688, 688+ (U.S.Utah Apr 15, 1975) (NO. 73-1461) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 36 Geduldig v. Aiello, 94 S.Ct. 2485, 2492+, 417 U.S. 484, 497+, 41 L.Ed.2d 256, 256+, 8 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 97, 97+, 7 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9432, 9432+ (U.S.Cal. Jun 17, 1974) (NO. 73-640) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 37 Kahn v. Shevin, 94 S.Ct. 1734, 1736+, 416 U.S. 351, 352+, 40 L.Ed.2d 189, 189+ (U.S.Fla. Apr 24, 1974) (NO. 73-78) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 38 Frontiero v. Richardson, 93 S.Ct. 1764, 1768+, 411 U.S. 677, 682+, 36 L.Ed.2d 583, 583+, 9 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1253, 1253+, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8609, 8609+ (U.S.Ala. May 14, 1973) (NO. 71-1694) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 39 San Antonio Independent School Dist. v. Rodriguez, 93 S.Ct. 1278, 1315+, 411 U.S. 1, 69+, 36 L.Ed.2d 16, 16+ (U.S.Tex. Mar 21, 1973) (NO. 71-1332) " (in dissent) HN: 3,5 (S.Ct.) 40 Women's Liberation Union of Rhode Island v. Israel, 512 F.2d 106, 108+ (1st Cir.(R.I.) Mar 04, 1975) (NO. 74-1297) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 41 Communications Workers of America, AFL-CIO v. American Tel. & Tel. Co., Long Lines Dept., 513 F.2d 1024, 1029+, 10 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 435, 435+, 9 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,035, 10035+ (2nd Cir.(N.Y.) Mar 26, 1975) (NO. 461, 74-2191) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 42 Boraas v. Village of Belle Terre, 476 F.2d 806, 814+ (2nd Cir.(N.Y.) Feb 27, 1973) (NO. 372, 72-2040) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 43 Green v. Waterford Bd. of Ed., 473 F.2d 629, 633+, 5 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 443, 443+, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8446, 8446+ (2nd Cir.(Conn.) Jan 29, 1973) (NO. 213, 72-1676) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 44 Knussman v. Maryland, 272 F.3d 625, 635+, 81 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 40,804, 40804+, 7 Wage & Hour Cas.2d (BNA) 710, 710+ (4th Cir.(Md.) Nov 07, 2001) (NO. 99-2349) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 45 Greenville Women's Clinic v. Bryant, 222 F.3d 157, 172+ (4th Cir.(S.C.) Aug 15, 2000) (NO. 99-1319, 99-1710, 99-1725) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 46 U.S. v. Com. of Va., 44 F.3d 1229, 1235+, 63 USLW 2470, 2470+, 97 Ed. Law Rep. 70, 70+ (4th Cir.(Va.) Jan 26, 1995) (NO. 94-1667, 94-1712) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 47 Faulkner v. Jones, 10 F.3d 226, 230+, 87 Ed. Law Rep. 394, 394+ (4th Cir.(S.C.) Nov 17, 1993) (NO. 93-2030) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 48 Eslinger v. Thomas, 476 F.2d 225, 230+, 5 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 793, 793+, 5 Empl. Prac.

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Dec. P 8530, 8530+ (4th Cir.(S.C.) Mar 28, 1973) (NO. 72-1542) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 49 Umphlet v. Connick, 815 F.2d 1061, 1063+ (5th Cir.(La.) May 06, 1987) (NO. 86-3089) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 50 Woods v. Holy Cross Hospital, 591 F.2d 1164, 1173+ (5th Cir.(Fla.) Mar 26, 1979) (NO. 75-3523) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 51 Tyler v. Vickery, 517 F.2d 1089, 1098+, 11 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 972, 972+, 30 A.L.R. Fed. 907, 907+, 10 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,388, 10388+ (5th Cir.(Ga.) Aug 20, 1975) (NO. 74-3413) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 52 Kalina v. Railroad Retirement Bd., 541 F.2d 1204, 1206+ (6th Cir. Sep 13, 1976) (NO. 75-2256) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 53 Shirley v. Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools Bd. of Ed., 521 F.2d 1329, 1333+, 11 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 549, 549+, 10 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,390, 10390+ (6th Cir.(Ohio) Sep 16, 1975) (NO. 75-1180) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 54 White v. Fleming, 522 F.2d 730, 733+, 11 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 619, 619+, 10 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,313, 10313+ (7th Cir.(Wis.) Jul 24, 1975) (NO. 74-1592) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 55 Brenden v. Independent School Dist. 742, 477 F.2d 1292, 1296+, 23 A.L.R. Fed. 649, 649+ (8th Cir.(Minn.) Apr 18, 1973) (NO. 72-1287) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 56 Confederated Bands and Tribes of Yakima Indian Nation v. State of Wash., 552 F.2d 1332, 1335+ (9th Cir.(Wash.) Apr 29, 1977) (NO. 74-1225) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 57 Struck v. Secretary of Defense, 460 F.2d 1372, 1378+, 9 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1259, 1259+, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7571, 7571+, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7806, 7806+ (9th Cir.(Wash.) Nov 15, 1971) (NO. 71-1150) " (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 58 Frontiero v. Laird, 341 F.Supp. 201, 206+, 9 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1245, 1245+, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7781, 7781+ (M.D.Ala. Apr 05, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 3232-N) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 59 Collins v. Brewer, 2010 WL 2926131, *14+ (D.Ariz. Jul 23, 2010) (NO. 2:09-CV-02402 JWS) 60 Smelt v. County of Orange, 374 F.Supp.2d 861, 873+ (C.D.Cal. Jun 16, 2005) (NO. SACV04-1042-GLT(MLGX) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 61 Aznavorian v. Califano, 440 F.Supp. 788, 797+, 25 Fed.R.Serv.2d 1054, 1054+ (S.D.Cal. Aug 12, 1977) (NO. CIV. 75-1103-GT) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 62 Ballard v. Laird, 360 F.Supp. 643, 646+, 8 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 193, 193+, 6 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8793, 8793+ (S.D.Cal. Jun 26, 1973) (NO. CIV. 72-218-S) " HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 63 Williams v. San Francisco Unified School Dist., 340 F.Supp. 438, 443+, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 498, 498+, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7771, 7771+ (N.D.Cal. Mar 21, 1972) (NO. CIV. 72-305) " HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 64 Moss v. Secretary of Health, Ed. and Welfare, 408 F.Supp. 403, 409+ (M.D.Fla. Jan 15, 1976) (NO. 74-721-CIV-T-H) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 65 Coburn By and Through Coburn v. Agustin, 627 F.Supp. 983, 987+ (D.Kan. Nov 25, 1985) (NO. CIV.A. 80-1520) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 66 Gilpin v. Kansas State High School Activities Ass'n, Inc., 377 F.Supp. 1233, 1239+ (D.Kan. Nov 30, 1973) (NO. CIV. W-5366) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 67 DeFrances v. Edwards, 480 F.Supp. 1, 2+ (W.D.La. Sep 21, 1977) (NO. CIV. 77-0458) HN: 3,4

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(S.Ct.) 68 Healy v. Edwards, 363 F.Supp. 1110, 1113+ (E.D.La. Aug 31, 1973) (NO. CIV. 73-688) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 69 Westcott v. Califano, 460 F.Supp. 737, 747+ (D.Mass. Apr 20, 1978) (NO. CIV. 77-222-F) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 70 Anthony v. Com. of Mass., 415 F.Supp. 485, 495+, 12 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 915, 915+, 12 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1824, 1824+, 12 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,991, 10991+ (D.Mass. Mar 29, 1976) (NO. CIV. 74-5061-T, CIV. 75-1991-T) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 71 Robison v. Johnson, 352 F.Supp. 848, 855+ (D.Mass. Jan 04, 1973) (NO. CIV. A. 72-434-G) " HN: 3,4,5 (S.Ct.) 72 Jablon v. Secretary of Health, Ed. and Welfare, 399 F.Supp. 118, 125+ (D.Md. Jul 28, 1975) (NO. CIV. K-74-739) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 73 Sauerhoff v. Hearst Corp., 388 F.Supp. 117, 125+ (D.Md. Dec 19, 1974) (NO. CIV. 72-1189-K) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 74 Houk v. Furman, 613 F.Supp. 1022, 1029+ (D.Me. Jul 18, 1985) (NO. CIV. 82-0202-B) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 75 Felix v. Milliken, 463 F.Supp. 1360, 1369+ (E.D.Mich. Dec 22, 1978) (NO. CIV. 78-73015, CIV. 78-73159) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 76 Jones v. City of Troy, 405 F.Supp. 464, 469+ (E.D.Mich. Dec 16, 1975) (NO. CIV. 39556) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 77 Meloon v. Helgemoe, 436 F.Supp. 528, 530+ (D.N.H. Apr 21, 1977) (NO. CIV. 77-11) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 78 Consolidated Edison Co. of New York, Inc. v. Pataki, 117 F.Supp.2d 257, 263+, Util. L. Rep. P 14,340, 14340+ (N.D.N.Y. Oct 10, 2000) (NO. 00-CV-1230) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 79 Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co. v. U.S., 576 F.Supp. 837, 841+, 52 A.F.T.R.2d 83-6477, 83-6477+, 83-2 USTC P 13,545, 13545+ (S.D.N.Y. Oct 17, 1983) (NO. 82 CIV. 724 (CES)) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 80 National Organization for Women--New York Chapter v. Goodman, 374 F.Supp. 247, 249+ (S.D.N.Y. Apr 17, 1974) (NO. 73 CIV. 4831) " 81 O'Neill v. Dent, 364 F.Supp. 565, 578+ (E.D.N.Y. Jul 16, 1973) (NO. 71-C-1480) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 82 Smith v. City of East Cleveland, 363 F.Supp. 1131, 1138+, 6 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 493, 493+, 6 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8831, 8831+ (N.D.Ohio Sep 06, 1973) (NO. C 73-299) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 83 Heath v. Westerville Bd. of Ed., 345 F.Supp. 501, 504+, 32 Ohio Misc. 6, 6+, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1002, 1002+, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7951, 7951+ (S.D.Ohio Jun 28, 1972) (NO. CIV. 71-379) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 84 Parmer v. National Cash Register Co., 346 F.Supp. 1043, 1048+, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1155, 1155+, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7985, 7985+, 16 Fed.R.Serv.2d 877, 877+ (S.D.Ohio Feb 09, 1972) (NO. CIV. 71-189) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 85 Walker v. Hall, 399 F.Supp. 1304, 1307+ (W.D.Okla. May 17, 1975) (NO. CIV-72-867) HN: 3,4

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(S.Ct.) 86 Kohr v. Weinberger, 378 F.Supp. 1299, 1303+ (E.D.Pa. Jul 26, 1974) (NO. CIV. 73-1698) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 87 Samuel v. University of Pittsburgh, 375 F.Supp. 1119, 1133+, 18 Fed.R.Serv.2d 786, 786+ (W.D.Pa. Apr 10, 1974) (NO. CIV. 71-1202) " HN: 3,4,5 (S.Ct.) 88 U.S. v. Yingling, 368 F.Supp. 379, 385+ (W.D.Pa. Dec 20, 1973) (NO. CRIM. A. 73-275) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 89 Stern v. Massachusetts Indem. & Life Ins. Co., 365 F.Supp. 433, 441+ (E.D.Pa. Oct 12, 1973) (NO. CIV. A. 71-2987) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 90 Women's Liberation Union of Rhode Island, Inc. v. Israel, 379 F.Supp. 44, 49+ (D.R.I. Jul 23, 1974) (NO. CIV. 74-139) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 91 Bowen v. Hackett, 361 F.Supp. 854, 861+ (D.R.I. Jul 13, 1973) (NO. CIV. A. 5038, CIV. A. 5043) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 92 Faulkner v. Jones, 858 F.Supp. 552, 562+, 93 Ed. Law Rep. 1210, 1210+ (D.S.C. Jul 22, 1994) (NO. CIV. A. 2:93-488-2) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 93 Faircloth v. Jackie Fine Arts, Inc., 682 F.Supp. 837, 848+, 56 USLW 2632, 2632+, Blue Sky L. Rep. P 72,737, 72737+, Fed. Sec. L. Rep. P 93,781, 93781+, RICO Bus.Disp.Guide 6953, 6953+ (D.S.C. Mar 30, 1988) (NO. CIV A 2:85-1854-1) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 94 Francis v. Cleland, 433 F.Supp. 605, 617+ (D.S.D. Jun 25, 1977) (NO. CIV 76-5085) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 95 Cape v. Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Ass'n, 424 F.Supp. 732, 739+ (E.D.Tenn. Nov 24, 1976) (NO. CIV. 3-76-234) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 96 Usery v. Memphis State University, 1976 WL 692, *4+, 20 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1598, 1598+, 22 Wage & Hour Cas. (BNA) 1430, 1430+, 13 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 11,451, 11451+, 79 Lab.Cas. P 33,452, 33452+ (W.D.Tenn. Oct 29, 1976) (NO. C-75-54) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 97 Davey v. Locke, 2000 WL 35505408, *7+ (W.D.Wash. Oct 05, 2000) (NO. C00-61R) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 98 White v. Flemming, 374 F.Supp. 267, 270+, 8 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 40, 40+, 8 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9504, 9504+ (E.D.Wis. May 07, 1974) (NO. CIV. 70-C-704) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 99 Ex parte Devine, 398 So.2d 686, 692+ (Ala. Mar 27, 1981) (NO. 79-546) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 100 Peddy v. Montgomery, 345 So.2d 631, 635+ (Ala. Apr 22, 1977) (NO. SC 1693) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 101 Falkner v. State, 586 So.2d 39, 43+ (Ala.Crim.App. Jun 28, 1991) (NO. CR-89-632) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 102 Soos v. Superior Court in and for County of Maricopa, 897 P.2d 1356, 1359+, 182 Ariz. 470, 473+, 63 USLW 2390, 2390+ (Ariz.App. Div. 1 Dec 08, 1994) (NO. 1 CA-SA 94-0068) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 103 Brown v. Merlo, 106 Cal.Rptr. 388, 392+, 506 P.2d 212, 216+, 8 Cal.3d 855, 861+, 66 A.L.R.3d 505, 505+ (Cal. Feb 20, 1973) (NO. SAC. 7947) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 104 Rittenband v. Cory, 205 Cal.Rptr. 576, 583+, 159 Cal.App.3d 410, 423+ (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Aug 22, 1984) (NO. A018991) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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105 Molar v. Gates, 159 Cal.Rptr. 239, 248+, 98 Cal.App.3d 1, 15+, 12 A.L.R.4th 1197, 1197+ (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Oct 23, 1979) (NO. CIV. 20517) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 106 Stern v. Stern, 332 A.2d 78, 80+, 165 Conn. 190, 193+ (Conn. Jun 29, 1973) " HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 107 Kellems v. Brown, 313 A.2d 53, 62+, 163 Conn. 478, 494+ (Conn. Jul 27, 1972) " HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 108 M. v. M., 321 A.2d 115, 117+ (Del.Supr. Apr 18, 1974) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 109 State v. Bloss, 613 P.2d 354, 358+, 62 Haw. 147, 153+ (Hawai'i Jun 17, 1980) (NO. 6932) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 110 Banner Life Ins. Co. v. Mark Wallace Dixson Irrevocable Trust, 206 P.3d 481, 495+, 147 Idaho 117, 117+ (Idaho Apr 03, 2009) (NO. 34873) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 111 Deonier v. State, Public Employee Retirement Bd., 760 P.2d 1137, 1143+, 114 Idaho 721, 727+ (Idaho Jun 17, 1988) (NO. 16706) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 112 State v. Beam, 766 P.2d 678, 682+, 115 Idaho 208, 212+ (Idaho Jun 16, 1988) (NO. 16542, 16543) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 113 Leliefeld v. Johnson, 659 P.2d 111, 142+, 104 Idaho 357, 388+ (Idaho Feb 18, 1983) (NO. 12983) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 114 Olsen v. Olsen, 557 P.2d 604, 608+, 98 Idaho 10, 14+ (Idaho Nov 17, 1976) (NO. 12022) " (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 115 Jones v. State Bd. of Medicine, 555 P.2d 399, 407+, 97 Idaho 859, 867+ (Idaho Oct 15, 1976) (NO. 12093) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 116 Brock v. City of Boise, 516 P.2d 189, 191+, 95 Idaho 630, 632+ (Idaho Oct 18, 1973) (NO. 11231) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 117 Harrigfeld v. District Court of Seventh Judicial Dist. In and For Freemont County, 511 P.2d 822, 825+, 95 Idaho 540, 543+ (Idaho Jul 05, 1973) (NO. 11281) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 118 Jeschke v. Ruhlow, 376 N.E.2d 15, 17+, 59 Ill.App.3d 125, 128+, 17 Ill.Dec. 122, 124+ (Ill.App. 1 Dist. Apr 04, 1978) (NO. 77 834) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 119 People v. Foster, 318 N.E.2d 97, 100+, 22 Ill.App.3d 1033, 1037+ (Ill.App. 3 Dist. Oct 11, 1974) (NO. 73-252) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 120 People v. Ellis, 293 N.E.2d 189, 192+, 10 Ill.App.3d 216, 219+ (Ill.App. 4 Dist. Feb 26, 1973) (NO. 11964-11966) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 121 Sumpter v. State, 306 N.E.2d 95, 106+, 261 Ind. 471, 487+ (Ind. Jan 22, 1974) (NO. 1273S261) " (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 122 Matter of Parson's Estate, 344 N.E.2d 317, 319+, 168 Ind.App. 580, 584+ (Ind.App. 1 Dist. Mar 29, 1976) (NO. 1-1275A224) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 123 Indiana High School Athletic Ass'n v. Raike, 329 N.E.2d 66, 73+, 164 Ind.App. 169, 179+ (Ind.App. 2 Dist. May 12, 1975) (NO. 2-273A38) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 124 Rudolph v. Massachusetts Bay Ins. Co., 472 So.2d 901, 904+ (La. Jun 28, 1985) (NO. 85-CA-0253) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 125 Clark v. Manuel, 463 So.2d 1276, 1284+, 51 A.L.R.4th 1077, 1077+ (La. Feb 25, 1985) (NO. 84-CC-1601) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 126 State v. Devall, 302 So.2d 909, 911+ (La. Oct 28, 1974) (NO. 54595) HN: 1,3 (S.Ct.)

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127 Attorney General of Maryland v. Waldron, 426 A.2d 929, 943+, 289 Md. 683, 709+, 17 A.L.R.4th 794, 794+ (Md. Mar 13, 1981) (NO. 45) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 128 Harvey v. State, Dept. of Management and Budget, Bureau of Retirement Services, 664 N.W.2d 767, 771+, 469 Mich. 1, 9+ (Mich. Jul 16, 2003) (NO. 121672) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 129 Bernthal v. City of St. Paul, 376 N.W.2d 422, 425+ (Minn. Nov 08, 1985) (NO. C1-84-1540) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 130 City of Minneapolis v. Buschette, 240 N.W.2d 500, 505+, 307 Minn. 60, 68+ (Minn. Jan 23, 1976) (NO. 45040) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 131 Schwartz v. Talmo, 205 N.W.2d 318, 323+, 295 Minn. 356, 364+ (Minn. Feb 23, 1973) (NO. 43146) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 132 City of Jackson v. Lakeland Lounge of Jackson, Inc., 688 So.2d 742, 746+, 67 A.L.R.5th 719, 719+ (Miss. Dec 12, 1996) (NO. 93-CA-00874-SCT) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 133 In Interest of J. D. G., 498 S.W.2d 786, 793+ (Mo. Sep 10, 1973) (NO. 57382) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 134 Smith v. Keator, 206 S.E.2d 203, 208+, 285 N.C. 530, 539+, 10 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1209, 1209+, 8 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9686, 9686+ (N.C. Jul 01, 1974) (NO. 82) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 135 Community Resources for Justice, Inc. v. City of Manchester, 917 A.2d 707, 719+, 154 N.H. 748, 760+ (N.H. Jan 24, 2007) (NO. 2006-609) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 136 Sente v. Mayor and Municipal Council of City of Clifton, 330 A.2d 321, 332+, 66 N.J. 204, 225+ (N.J. Dec 12, 1974) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 137 People v. Mndange-Pfupfu, 411 N.Y.S.2d 1000, 1003+, 97 Misc.2d 496, 499+ (N.Y.Co.Ct. Dec 27, 1978) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 138 Board of Ed., Levittown Union Free School Dist., Nassau County v. Nyquist, 408 N.Y.S.2d 606, 638+, 94 Misc.2d 466, 525+ (N.Y.Sup. Jun 23, 1978) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 139 Bon-R Reproductions, Inc. v. Gift Mate, Ltd., 365 N.Y.S.2d 645, 649+, 81 Misc.2d 630, 634+ (N.Y.City Civ.Ct. Feb 27, 1975) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 140 Primes v. Tyler, 335 N.E.2d 373, 375+, 43 Ohio App.2d 163, 167+ (Ohio App. 9 Dist. Dec 11, 1974) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 141 Bassett v. Bassett, 521 P.2d 434, 435+, 1974 OK CIV APP 16, 16+ (Okla.App. Div. 2 Mar 26, 1974) (NO. 46368) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 142 Matter of Compensation of Williams, 653 P.2d 970, 973+, 294 Or. 33, 39+ (Or. Nov 16, 1982) (NO. 19548, SC28252) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 143 Duerst v. Limbocker, 525 P.2d 99, 101+, 269 Or. 252, 255+ (Or. Aug 01, 1974) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 144 Com. v. Wagner, 289 A.2d 210, 216+, 221 Pa.Super. 50, 61+ (Pa.Super. Mar 24, 1972) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 145 Joann Dambacher, a minor, by her parents and natural guardians, William J. Dambacher and Joann Dambacher, and William J. Dambacher and Joann Dambacher, in their own right v. Nicholas J. Mallis, Jr., and Sears, Roebuck & Company and Commonwealth of Pennslyvania, Department of Transportation, 1981 WL 207450, *207450+, 7 Phila.Co.Rptr. 14, 32+ (Pa.Com.Pl. Oct 30, 1981) (NO. NO. 1948.) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 146 Boucher v. Sayeed, 1982 WL 604061, *3+ (R.I.Super. Jan 12, 1982) (NO. C.A. 81-2153) HN:

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3,4 (S.Ct.) 147 Brewer v. Copeland, 542 P.2d 445, 449+, 86 Wash.2d 58, 63+ (Wash. Nov 13, 1975) (NO. 43472) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 148 Darrin v. Gould, 540 P.2d 882, 886+, 85 Wash.2d 859, 864+ (Wash. Sep 25, 1975) (NO. 43276) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 149 J. S. K. Enterprises, Inc. v. City of Lacey, 492 P.2d 600, 604+, 6 Wash.App. 43, 50+, 9 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1281, 1281+, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7627, 7627+ (Wash.App. Div. 2 Dec 17, 1971) (NO. 361-11) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 150 State v. Ewald, 216 N.W.2d 213, 217+, 63 Wis.2d 165, 172+ (Wis. Apr 02, 1974) (NO. STATE 154) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) Cited 151 AT & T Corp. v. Hulteen, 129 S.Ct. 1962, 1979+, 173 L.Ed.2d 898, 898+, 77 USLW 4399, 4399+, 106 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 289, 289+, 92 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 43,561, 43561+, 46 Employee Benefits Cas. 2281, 2281+, 09 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 5953, 5953+, 2009 Daily Journal D.A.R. 7019, 7019+, Pens. Plan Guide (CCH) P 24004Z, 24004Z+, 21 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. S 847, 847+ (U.S. May 18, 2009) (NO. 07-543) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 152 Fitzgerald v. Barnstable School Committee, 129 S.Ct. 788, 797+, 172 L.Ed.2d 582, 582+, 77 USLW 4075, 4075+, 105 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 358, 358+, 09 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 747, 747+, 2009 Daily Journal D.A.R. 913, 913+, 21 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. S 593, 593+ (U.S. Jan 21, 2009) (NO. 07-1125) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 153 Marshall v. Marshall, 126 S.Ct. 1735, 1750, 547 U.S. 293, 315, 164 L.Ed.2d 480, 480, 74 USLW 4224, 4224, 46 Bankr.Ct.Dec. 122, 122, Bankr. L. Rep. P 80,505, 80505, 06 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 3604, 3604, 2006 Daily Journal D.A.R. 5171, 5171, 19 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. S 177, 177 (U.S. May 01, 2006) (NO. 04-1544) 154 Georgia v. Randolph, 126 S.Ct. 1515, 1529, 547 U.S. 103, 125, 164 L.Ed.2d 208, 208, 74 USLW 4176, 4176, 06 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 2399, 2399, 2006 Daily Journal D.A.R. 3375, 3375, 19 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. S 138, 138 (U.S.Ga. Mar 22, 2006) (NO. 04-1067) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 155 Nevada Dept. of Human Resources v. Hibbs, 123 S.Ct. 1972, 1978, 538 U.S. 721, 729, 155 L.Ed.2d 953, 953, 71 USLW 4375, 4375, 84 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 41,391, 41391, 148 Lab.Cas. P 34,704, 34704, 8 Wage & Hour Cas.2d (BNA) 1221, 1221, 26 NDLR P 35, 35, 03 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 4388, 4388, 2003 Daily Journal D.A.R. 5569, 5569, 16 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. S 291 (U.S. May 27, 2003) (NO. 01-1368) 156 Tuan Anh Nguyen v. I.N.S., 121 S.Ct. 2053, 2071+, 533 U.S. 53, 83+, 150 L.Ed.2d 115, 115+, 178 A.L.R. Fed. 587, 587+, 01 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 4754, 4754+, 2001 Daily Journal D.A.R. 5887, 5887+, 14 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. S 347, 347+, 2001 DJCAR 2958, 2958+ (U.S. Jun 11, 2001) (NO. 99-2071) " (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 157 Rainey v. Chever, 119 S.Ct. 2411, 2412, 527 U.S. 1044, 1044, 144 L.Ed.2d 808, 808, 67 USLW 3779, 3779, 67 USLW 3782, 3782, 1999 Daily Journal D.A.R. 6549, 6549 (U.S.Ga. Jun 24, 1999) (NO. 98-1478) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 158 Miller v. Albright, 118 S.Ct. 1428, 1441, 523 U.S. 420, 442, 140 L.Ed.2d 575, 575, 98 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 3004, 3004, 98 Daily Journal D.A.R. 4089, 4089, 98 CJ C.A.R. 1925, 1925, 11 Fla. L.

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Weekly Fed. S 441, 441 (U.S.Dist.Col. Apr 22, 1998) (NO. 96-1060) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 159 Adarand Constructors, Inc. v. Pena, 115 S.Ct. 2097, 2107, 515 U.S. 200, 217, 132 L.Ed.2d 158, 158, 63 USLW 4523, 4523, 67 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1828, 1828, 66 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 43,556, 43556, 78 Rad. Reg. 2d (P & F) 357, 357, 40 Cont.Cas.Fed. (CCH) P 76,756, 76756 (U.S.Colo. Jun 12, 1995) (NO. 93-1841) 160 J.E.B. v. Alabama ex rel. T.B., 114 S.Ct. 1419, 1424, 511 U.S. 127, 134, 128 L.Ed.2d 89, 89, 62 USLW 4219, 4219, 64 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 42,967, 42967 (U.S.Ala. Apr 19, 1994) (NO. 92-1239) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 161 Bray v. Alexandria Women's Health Clinic, 113 S.Ct. 753, 785+, 506 U.S. 263, 319+, 122 L.Ed.2d 34, 34+, 61 USLW 4080, 4080+, 169 A.L.R. Fed. 649, 649+ (U.S.Va. Jan 13, 1993) (NO. 90-985) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 162 Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey, 112 S.Ct. 2791, 2842, 505 U.S. 833, 919, 120 L.Ed.2d 674, 674, 60 USLW 4795, 4795 (U.S.Pa. Jun 29, 1992) (NO. 91-744, 91-902) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 163 City of Cleburne, Tex. v. Cleburne Living Center, 105 S.Ct. 3249, 3262+, 473 U.S. 432, 454+, 87 L.Ed.2d 313, 313+, 53 USLW 5022, 5022+ (U.S.Tex. Jul 01, 1985) (NO. 84-468) 164 Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. v. E.E.O.C., 103 S.Ct. 2622, 2628, 462 U.S. 669, 677, 77 L.Ed.2d 89, 89, 32 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1, 1, 32 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 33,673, 33673, 4 Employee Benefits Cas. 1553, 1553 (U.S.Va. Jun 20, 1983) (NO. 82-411) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 165 Logan v. Zimmerman Brush Co., 102 S.Ct. 1148, 1161, 455 U.S. 422, 442, 71 L.Ed.2d 265, 265, 28 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 9, 9, 28 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 32,433, 32433 (U.S.Ill. Feb 24, 1982) (NO. 80-5950) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 166 Rostker v. Goldberg, 101 S.Ct. 2646, 2653+, 453 U.S. 57, 67+, 69 L.Ed.2d 478, 478+ (U.S.Pa. Jun 25, 1981) (NO. 80-251) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 167 U.S. R.R. Retirement Bd. v. Fritz, 101 S.Ct. 453, 464, 449 U.S. 166, 184, 66 L.Ed.2d 368, 368 (U.S.Ind. Dec 09, 1980) (NO. 79-870) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 168 Carey v. Brown, 100 S.Ct. 2286, 2296, 447 U.S. 455, 471, 65 L.Ed.2d 263, 263 (U.S.Ill. Jun 20, 1980) (NO. 79-703) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 169 Wengler v. Druggists Mut. Ins. Co., 100 S.Ct. 1540, 1546, 446 U.S. 142, 152, 64 L.Ed.2d 107, 107, 22 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 30,856, 30856 (U.S.Mo. Apr 22, 1980) (NO. 79-381) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 170 Personnel Adm'r of Massachusetts v. Feeney, 99 S.Ct. 2282, 2293+, 442 U.S. 256, 273+, 60 L.Ed.2d 870, 870+, 19 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1377, 1377+, 19 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9240, 9240+ (U.S.Mass. Jun 05, 1979) (NO. 78-233) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 171 City of Los Angeles, Dept. of Water and Power v. Manhart, 98 S.Ct. 1370, 1379, 435 U.S. 702, 715, 55 L.Ed.2d 657, 657, 17 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 395, 395, 16 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8250, 8250, 1 Employee Benefits Cas. 1813, 1813 (U.S.Cal. Apr 25, 1978) (NO. 76-1810) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 172 Zablocki v. Redhail, 98 S.Ct. 673, 688, 434 U.S. 374, 400, 54 L.Ed.2d 618, 618, 24 Fed.R.Serv.2d 1313, 1313 (U.S.Wis. Jan 18, 1978) (NO. 76-879) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 173 Moore v. City of East Cleveland, Ohio, 97 S.Ct. 1932, 1955+, 431 U.S. 494, 538+, 52 L.Ed.2d 531, 531+ (U.S.Ohio May 31, 1977) (NO. 75-6289) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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174 Trimble v. Gordon, 97 S.Ct. 1459, 1463+, 430 U.S. 762, 767+, 52 L.Ed.2d 31, 31+ (U.S.Ill. Apr 26, 1977) (NO. 75-5952) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 175 Colorado Springs Amusements, Ltd. v. Rizzo, 96 S.Ct. 3228, 3230, 428 U.S. 913, 916, 49 L.Ed.2d 1222, 1222, 12 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 11,034, 11034 (U.S.Pa. Jul 06, 1976) (NO. 75 999) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 176 Mathews v. Lucas, 96 S.Ct. 2755, 2764, 427 U.S. 495, 510, 49 L.Ed.2d 651, 651 (U.S.R.I. Jun 29, 1976) (NO. 75-88) 177 Massachusetts Bd. of Retirement v. Murgia, 96 S.Ct. 2562, 2570+, 427 U.S. 307, 320+, 49 L.Ed.2d 520, 520+, 12 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1569, 1569+, 12 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,998, 10998+, 1 Employee Benefits Cas. 1032, 1032+ (U.S.Mass. Jun 25, 1976) (NO. 74-1044) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 178 Weinberger v. Wiesenfeld, 95 S.Ct. 1225, 1236, 420 U.S. 636, 653, 43 L.Ed.2d 514, 514, 9 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9998, 9998 (U.S.N.J. Mar 19, 1975) (NO. 73-1892) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 179 Village of Belle Terre v. Boraas, 94 S.Ct. 1536, 1537+, 416 U.S. 1, 1+, 39 L.Ed.2d 797, 797+, 6 ERC 1417, 1417+, 4 Envtl. L. Rep. 20,302, 20302+ (U.S.N.Y. Apr 01, 1974) (NO. 73-191) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 180 U. S. Dept. of Agriculture v. Murry, 93 S.Ct. 2832, 2837, 413 U.S. 508, 517, 37 L.Ed.2d 767, 767 (U.S.Dist.Col. Jun 25, 1973) (NO. 72-848) 181 U. S. Dept. of Agriculture v. Moreno, 93 S.Ct. 2821, 2829, 413 U.S. 528, 541, 37 L.Ed.2d 782, 782 (U.S.Dist.Col. Jun 25, 1973) (NO. 72-534) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 182 Pittsburgh Press Co. v. The Pittsburgh Com'n on Human, 1973 WL 172002, *172002+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 15, 1973) Joint Brief of Amici Curiae (NO. 72-419) HN: 1,3 (S.Ct.) 183 Police Dept. of City of Chicago v. Mosley, 92 S.Ct. 2286, 2290+, 408 U.S. 92, 95+, 33 L.Ed.2d 212, 212+ (U.S.Ill. Jun 26, 1972) (NO. 70-87) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 184 Stanley v. Illinois, 92 S.Ct. 1208, 1215, 405 U.S. 645, 656, 31 L.Ed.2d 551, 551 (U.S.Ill. Apr 03, 1972) (NO. 70-5014) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 185 Alexander v. Louisiana, 92 S.Ct. 1221, 1230, 405 U.S. 625, 641, 31 L.Ed.2d 536, 536 (U.S.La. Apr 03, 1972) (NO. 70-5026) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 186 Eisenstadt v. Baird, 92 S.Ct. 1029, 1034+, 405 U.S. 438, 446+, 31 L.Ed.2d 349, 349+ (U.S.Mass. Mar 22, 1972) (NO. 70-17) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 187 Schilb v. Kuebel, 92 S.Ct. 479, 484, 404 U.S. 357, 365, 30 L.Ed.2d 502, 502 (U.S.Ill. Dec 20, 1971) (NO. 70-90) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 188 Massachusetts Coalition of Citizens with Disabilities v. Civil Defense Agency and Office of Emergency Preparedness of Com. of Massachusetts, 649 F.2d 71, 76 (1st Cir.(Mass.) May 26, 1981) (NO. 80-1520) 189 Cadieux v. International Tel. & Tel. Corp., 593 F.2d 142, 145 (1st Cir.(R.I.) Feb 21, 1979) (NO. 78-1380) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 190 Merchants Nat. Bank v. U.S., 583 F.2d 19, 24, 42 A.F.T.R.2d 78-6491, 78-6491, 78-2 USTC P 13,257, 13257 (1st Cir.(N.H.) Aug 21, 1978) (NO. 78-1043, 78-1060) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 191 Meloon v. Helgemoe, 564 F.2d 602, 604+ (1st Cir.(N.H.) Oct 31, 1977) (NO. 77-1197) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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192 U.S. v. Harris, 537 F.2d 563, 564+ (1st Cir.(Mass.) Jun 25, 1976) (NO. 75-1422) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 193 Fortin v. Darlington Little League, Inc., 514 F.2d 344, 347 (1st Cir.(R.I.) Mar 31, 1975) (NO. 74-1216) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 194 Wark v. Robbins, 458 F.2d 1295, 1297 (1st Cir.(Me.) Apr 12, 1972) (NO. 71-1377) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 195 Bertoldi v. Wachtler, 952 F.2d 656, 659+ (2nd Cir.(N.Y.) Dec 30, 1991) (NO. 171, 91-7494) 196 Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co. v. U.S., 775 F.2d 459, 462+, 56 A.F.T.R.2d 85-6560, 85-6560+, 85-2 USTC P 9692, 9692+, 85-2 USTC P 13,640, 13640+ (2nd Cir.(N.Y.) Sep 16, 1985) (NO. 1334, 84-6051) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 197 Kirshner v. U.S., 603 F.2d 234, 240, Fed. Sec. L. Rep. P 96,617, 96617, Fed. Sec. L. Rep. P 96,936, 96936 (2nd Cir.(N.Y.) Nov 30, 1978) (NO. 315, 77-6104) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 198 Koch v. Yunich, 533 F.2d 80, 86, 11 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,834, 10834 (2nd Cir.(N.Y.) Apr 02, 1976) (NO. 450, 75-7367) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 199 Crawford v. Cushman, 531 F.2d 1114, 1120+, 12 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 501, 501+, 11 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,742, 10742+ (2nd Cir.(Vt.) Feb 23, 1976) (NO. 49, 75-7114) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 200 Salem Inn, Inc. v. Frank, 522 F.2d 1045, 1049 (2nd Cir.(N.Y.) Aug 28, 1975) (NO. 75-7101, 965) 201 Citizens Committee for Faraday Wood v. Lindsay, 507 F.2d 1065, 1068 (2nd Cir.(N.Y.) Dec 05, 1974) (NO. 17, 73-2590) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 202 Bridgeport Guardians, Inc. v. Members of Bridgeport Civil Service Commission, 482 F.2d 1333, 1336, 5 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1344, 1344, 6 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8755, 8755 (2nd Cir.(Conn.) Jun 28, 1973) (NO. 73-1356, 894) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 203 City of New York v. Richardson, 473 F.2d 923, 931+ (2nd Cir.(N.Y.) Jan 26, 1973) (NO. 300, 486, 487, 488, 72-1854, 72-2265, 72-2266, 72-2267) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 204 Schumacher v. Nix, 965 F.2d 1262, 1269 (3rd Cir.(Pa.) Jun 03, 1992) (NO. 91-3666) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 205 Medora v. Colautti, 602 F.2d 1149, 1152 (3rd Cir.(Pa.) Jul 24, 1979) (NO. 78-2341) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 206 Moreland v. Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League, 572 F.2d 121, 125+, 24 Fed.R.Serv.2d 1244, 1244+ (3rd Cir.(Pa.) Feb 27, 1978) (NO. 77-1576) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 207 Parks v. ""Mr. Ford"", 556 F.2d 132, 136+ (3rd Cir.(Pa.) Apr 04, 1977) (NO. 75-2271) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 208 McCullough v. Redevelopment Authority of City of Wilkes-Barre, 522 F.2d 858, 874+ (3rd Cir.(Pa.) Jul 09, 1975) (NO. 74-1997 TO 74-1999) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 209 U.S. v. Com. of Va., 976 F.2d 890, 895+, 61 USLW 2198, 2198+, 77 Ed. Law Rep. 1142, 1142+ (4th Cir.(Va.) Oct 05, 1992) (NO. 91-1690) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 210 Faircloth v. Finesod, 938 F.2d 513, 517, 60 USLW 2086, 2086, RICO Bus.Disp.Guide 7800, 7800 (4th Cir.(S.C.) Jul 09, 1991) (NO. 89-2788) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 211 Thompson v. Walker, 758 F.2d 1004, 1009, 53 USLW 2526, 2526 (4th Cir.(Va.) Apr 04, 1985) (NO. 84-1448) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 212 State of S.C. ex rel. Tindal v. Block, 717 F.2d 874, 888 (4th Cir.(S.C.) Sep 09, 1983) (NO.

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83-1426, 83-1511) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 213 West Virginia Mfrs. Ass'n v. State of W.Va., 714 F.2d 308, 315, 14 Envtl. L. Rep. 20,001, 20001, 11 O.S.H. Cas. (BNA) 1625, 1625, 1983 O.S.H.D. (CCH) P 26,635, 26635 (4th Cir.(W.Va.) Aug 03, 1983) (NO. 81-2231 (L), 82-1701, 82-1729) 214 Allen v. Ellisor, 664 F.2d 391, 403 (4th Cir.(S.C.) Jan 06, 1981) (NO. 79-1539) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 215 Paxman v. Campbell, 612 F.2d 848, 865, 21 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 895, 895, 22 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 30,563, 30563, 28 Fed.R.Serv.2d 923, 923 (4th Cir.(Va.) Jan 02, 1980) (NO. 75-1506-75-1508, 75-1678, 75-1679, 75-1751, 75-1792, 75-1948, 75-1951, 75-1963, 75-1973) 216 Shaw v. Board of Trustees of Frederick Community College, 549 F.2d 929, 936 (4th Cir.(Md.) Dec 29, 1976) (NO. 75-1902) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 217 Wood v. Mills, 528 F.2d 321, 324+, 11 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 824, 824+, 10 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,452, 10452+ (4th Cir.(W.Va.) Oct 22, 1975) (NO. 74-1240, 74-1241) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 218 Smith v. Bounds, 538 F.2d 541, 545 (4th Cir.(N.C.) Sep 30, 1975) (NO. 74-2378, 74-2379, 74-2380) 219 Gilbert v. General Elec. Co., 519 F.2d 661, 666+, 10 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1201, 1201+, 10 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,269, 10269+ (4th Cir.(Va.) Jun 27, 1975) (NO. 74-1557) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 220 U.S. by Clark v. Chesterfield County School Dist., Chesterfield County, South Carolina, 484 F.2d 70, 75, 6 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 447, 447, 6 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8823, 8823 (4th Cir.(S.C.) Sep 10, 1973) (NO. 73-1141) 221 McNeill v. Butz, 480 F.2d 314, 323 (4th Cir.(N.C.) Jun 11, 1973) (NO. 72-2319, 72-2320) 222 Cohen v. Chesterfield County School Bd., 474 F.2d 395, 397+, 5 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 341, 341+, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8419, 8419+ (4th Cir.(Va.) Jan 15, 1973) (NO. 71-1707) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 223 Cohen v. Chesterfield County School Bd., 1972 WL 2594, *4, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1237, 1237, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7967, 7967 (4th Cir.(Va.) Sep 14, 1972) (NO. 71-1707) (in dissent) 224 Kazmier v. Widmann, 225 F.3d 519, 539, 78 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 40,179, 40179, 141 Lab.Cas. P 34,116, 34116, 6 Wage & Hour Cas.2d (BNA) 481, 481 (5th Cir.(La.) Aug 25, 2000) (NO. 99-30242) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 225 Frazier v. Heebe, 788 F.2d 1049, 1056, 54 USLW 2574, 2574, 4 Fed.R.Serv.3d 543, 543 (5th Cir.(La.) Apr 24, 1986) (NO. 84-3706) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 226 Seoane v. Ortho Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 660 F.2d 146, 150+ (5th Cir.(La.) Nov 02, 1981) (NO. 81-3097) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 227 Aladdin's Castle, Inc. v. City of Mesquite, 630 F.2d 1029, 1039 (5th Cir.(Tex.) Nov 17, 1980) (NO. 77-2990) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 228 Pollard v. Cockrell, 578 F.2d 1002, 1012 (5th Cir.(Tex.) Aug 23, 1978) (NO. 76-3907) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 229 Ducharme v. Merrill-National Laboratories, 574 F.2d 1307, 1311 (5th Cir.(La.) Jun 14, 1978) (NO. 77-3488) 230 Pugh v. Rainwater, 557 F.2d 1189, 1195 (5th Cir.(Fla.) Aug 22, 1977) (NO. 72-1223) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.)

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231 Brown v. Dade Christian Schools, Inc., 556 F.2d 310, 323 (5th Cir.(Fla.) Jul 25, 1977) (NO. 75-3260) 232 Davis v. Passman, 544 F.2d 865, 868+, 14 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 177, 177+, 13 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 11,465, 11465+ (5th Cir.(La.) Jan 03, 1977) (NO. 75-1691) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 233 Henderson v. Fort Worth Independent School Dist., 526 F.2d 286, 291 (5th Cir.(Tex.) Jan 22, 1976) (NO. 75-2361) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 234 Andrews v. Drew Municipal Separate School Dist., 507 F.2d 611, 614, 9 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 235, 235, 9 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9945, 9945 (5th Cir.(Miss.) Feb 03, 1975) (NO. 73-3177) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 235 Rios v. Dillman, 499 F.2d 329, 331 (5th Cir.(Tex.) Aug 23, 1974) (NO. 74-1136) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 236 Davis v. Weir, 497 F.2d 139, 143, 18 Fed.R.Serv.2d 1497, 1497 (5th Cir.(Ga.) Jul 18, 1974) (NO. 73-3050) " 237 Wright v. Standard Oil Co., Inc., 470 F.2d 1280, 1285+ (5th Cir.(Miss.) Dec 12, 1972) (NO. 71-1534) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 238 Armstead v. Starkville Municipal Separate School Dist., 461 F.2d 276, 279+, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 864, 864+, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7892, 7892+ (5th Cir.(Miss.) Jun 09, 1972) (NO. 71-2124) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 239 Karr v. Schmidt, 460 F.2d 609, 622+ (5th Cir.(Tex.) Apr 28, 1972) (NO. 31045) " (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 240 Schattman v. Texas Employment Commission, 459 F.2d 32, 40+, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 353, 353+, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 543, 543+, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7679, 7679+, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7864, 7864+ (5th Cir.(Tex.) Mar 01, 1972) (NO. 71-1872) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 241 Bowman v. U.S., 304 Fed.Appx. 371, 381 (6th Cir.(Ohio) Dec 18, 2008) (Table, text in WESTLAW, NO. 07-4322) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 242 Bowman v. U.S., 564 F.3d 765, 776, 106 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 122, 122 (6th Cir.(Ohio) Dec 18, 2008) (NO. 07-4322) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 243 Mader v. Sanders, 67 Fed.Appx. 869, 871 (6th Cir.(Ky.) May 29, 2003) (Table, text in WESTLAW, NO. 02-6017) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 244 Montgomery v. Carr, 101 F.3d 1117, 1121, 65 USLW 2412, 2412, 114 Ed. Law Rep. 750, 750, 12 IER Cases 460, 460, 1996 Fed.App. 0371P, 0371P (6th Cir.(Ohio) Dec 04, 1996) (NO. 94-4289) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 245 Radio Ass'n on Defending Airwave Rights, Inc. v. U.S. Dept. of Transp, Federal Highway Admin., 47 F.3d 794, 809, 1995 Fed.App. 0059P, 0059P (6th Cir. Feb 17, 1995) (NO. 94-3140) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 246 Wilson v. Hambrick, 7 F.3d 237, 237 (6th Cir.(Ky.) Sep 30, 1993) (Table, text in WESTLAW, NO. 92-6129) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 247 Birth Control Centers, Inc. v. Reizen, 743 F.2d 352, 358 (6th Cir.(Mich.) Aug 30, 1984) (NO. 81-1163, 81-1306) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 248 Hillsdale College v. Department of Health, Educ. and Welfare, 696 F.2d 418, 432, 8 Ed. Law Rep. 565, 565 (6th Cir. Dec 16, 1982) (NO. 80-3207) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 249 Yellow Springs Exempted Village School Dist. Bd. of Ed. v. Ohio High School Athletic Ass'n,

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647 F.2d 651, 662 (6th Cir.(Ohio) Apr 28, 1981) (NO. 78-3131, 78-3132) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 250 Joseph Skillken & Co. v. City of Toledo, 528 F.2d 867, 880, 21 Fed.R.Serv.2d 573, 573 (6th Cir.(Ohio) Dec 10, 1975) (NO. 74-2116, 74-2320) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 251 Satty v. Nashville Gas Co., 522 F.2d 850, 853+, 11 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1, 1+, 10 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,359, 10359+ (6th Cir.(Tenn.) Aug 08, 1975) (NO. 75-1083) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 252 Smith v. Troyan, 520 F.2d 492, 495+, 10 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1380, 1380+, 10 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,263, 10263+ (6th Cir.(Ohio) Jul 03, 1975) (NO. 73-2226, 73-2227) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 253 Robinson v. Board of Regents of Eastern Kentucky University, 475 F.2d 707, 710+ (6th Cir.(Ky.) Mar 28, 1973) (NO. 72-1867) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 254 Morris v. Michigan State Bd. of Ed., 472 F.2d 1207, 1209 (6th Cir.(Mich.) Jan 25, 1973) (NO. 72-1578) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 255 LaFleur v. Cleveland Bd. of Ed., 465 F.2d 1184, 1188+, 33 Ohio Misc. 4, 4+, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1070, 1070+, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7921, 7921+ (6th Cir.(Ohio) Jul 27, 1972) (NO. 71-1598) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 256 Nanda v. Moss, 412 F.3d 836, 844, 95 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1783, 1783, 86 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 42,018, 42018, 199 Ed. Law Rep. 105, 105 (7th Cir.(Ill.) Jun 27, 2005) (NO. 04-1641) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 257 Markham v. White, 172 F.3d 486, 491, 79 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 859, 859, 75 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 45,840, 45840 (7th Cir.(Ill.) Mar 31, 1999) (NO. 97-3060, 97-3086) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 258 Nabozny v. Podlesny, 92 F.3d 446, 455+, 65 USLW 2116, 2116+, 111 Ed. Law Rep. 740, 740+ (7th Cir.(Wis.) Jul 31, 1996) (NO. 95-3634) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 259 Clark v. U.S., 691 F.2d 837, 841 (7th Cir.(Ill.) Oct 27, 1982) (NO. 82-1239) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 260 Miller v. Carter, 547 F.2d 1314, 1321+ (7th Cir.(Ill.) Jan 04, 1977) (NO. 75-1162) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 261 Sidle v. Majors, 536 F.2d 1156, 1159 (7th Cir.(Ind.) Jun 01, 1976) (NO. 74-1746) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 262 U. S. ex rel. Watson v. Housewright, 528 F.2d 259, 260+ (7th Cir.(Ill.) Nov 25, 1975) (NO. 75-1468, 75-1496, 75-1497, 75-1560) 263 Cohen v. Illinois Institute of Technology, 524 F.2d 818, 823, 11 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 659, 659, 11 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1448, 1448, 10 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,465, 10465 (7th Cir.(Ill.) Oct 28, 1975) (NO. 74-1930) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 264 Friendship Medical Center, Ltd. v. Chicago Bd. of Health, 505 F.2d 1141, 1152 (7th Cir.(Ill.) Oct 30, 1974) (NO. 74-1070) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 265 More v. Farrier, 984 F.2d 269, 271, 3 NDLR P 240, 240 (8th Cir.(Iowa) Jan 27, 1993) (NO. 92-1468) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 266 Post v. Harper, 980 F.2d 491, 495 (8th Cir.(Ark.) Nov 19, 1992) (NO. 92-1561) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 267 Fitz v. Dolyak, 712 F.2d 330, 332 (8th Cir.(Iowa) Jun 19, 1983) (NO. 82-2165) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 268 Navedo v. Preisser, 630 F.2d 636, 638 (8th Cir.(Iowa) Sep 22, 1980) (NO. 79-1762) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 269 Reproductive Health Services v. Freeman, 614 F.2d 585, 597 (8th Cir.(Mo.) Jan 09, 1980) (NO. 79-1275, 79-1346) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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270 Planned Parenthood of Minnesota v. State of Minn., 612 F.2d 359, 363 (8th Cir.(Minn.) Jan 02, 1980) (NO. 79-1218) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 271 Espinoza v. Thoma, 580 F.2d 346, 348, 17 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1362, 1362, 17 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8500, 8500 (8th Cir.(Neb.) Aug 02, 1978) (NO. 77-1954) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 272 Mueller v. Auker, 576 F.3d 979, 999, 09 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 10,156, 10156 (9th Cir.(Idaho) Aug 10, 2009) (NO. 07-35554) 273 Rudebusch v. Hughes, 313 F.3d 506, 526, 90 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 865, 865, 83 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 41,284, 41284, 172 Ed. Law Rep. 60, 60, 02 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 11,816, 11816, 2002 Daily Journal D.A.R. 13,860, 13860 (9th Cir.(Ariz.) Dec 09, 2002) (NO. 01-15287) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 274 Hibbs v. Department of Human Resources, 273 F.3d 844, 865, 81 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 40,842, 40842, 145 Lab.Cas. P 34,418, 34418, 7 Wage & Hour Cas.2d (BNA) 865, 865, 01 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 10,272, 10272, 2001 Daily Journal D.A.R. 12,844, 12844 (9th Cir.(Nev.) Dec 11, 2001) (NO. 99-16321) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 275 Bator v. State of Hawai'i, 39 F.3d 1021, 1027, 66 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 290, 290, 65 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 43,347, 43347 (9th Cir.(Hawai'i) Nov 08, 1994) (NO. 92-15950) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 276 Katz v. Children's Hosp. of Orange County, 28 F.3d 1520, 1527 (9th Cir.(Cal.) Jun 29, 1994) (NO. 92-56393) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 277 Flores by Galvez-Maldonado v. Meese, 942 F.2d 1352, 1363, 60 USLW 2125, 2125 (9th Cir.(Cal.) Aug 09, 1991) (NO. 88-6249) 278 High Tech Gays v. Defense Indus. Sec. Clearance Office, 895 F.2d 563, 573, 58 USLW 2473, 2473, 60 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1435, 1435, 52 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 39,608, 39608 (9th Cir.(Cal.) Feb 02, 1990) (NO. 87-2987) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 279 Burlington Northern R. Co. v. Department of Public Service Regulation, 763 F.2d 1106, 1111 (9th Cir.(Mont.) Jun 21, 1985) (NO. 84-3941) 280 Clark, By and Through Clark v. Arizona Interscholastic Ass'n, 695 F.2d 1126, 1129, 8 Ed. Law Rep. 246, 246 (9th Cir.(Ariz.) Dec 02, 1982) (NO. 82-5132) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 281 Sweet v. Cupp, 640 F.2d 233, 237 (9th Cir.(Or.) Feb 19, 1981) (NO. 79-2693, 80-3104) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 282 U.S. v. Hicks, 625 F.2d 216, 218 (9th Cir.(Ariz.) Apr 16, 1980) (NO. 78-2534) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 283 Blake v. City of Los Angeles, 595 F.2d 1367, 1385, 19 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1441, 1441, 53 A.L.R. Fed. 1, 1, 19 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9251, 9251, 27 Fed.R.Serv.2d 567, 567 (9th Cir.(Cal.) May 02, 1979) (NO. 77-3595, 77-3601) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 284 Life Ins. Co. of North America v. Reichardt, 591 F.2d 499, 505 (9th Cir.(Cal.) Jan 11, 1979) (NO. 75-3031, 75-3032) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 285 De La Cruz v. Tormey, 582 F.2d 45, 51+ (9th Cir.(Cal.) Sep 13, 1978) (NO. 76-2791, 76-3355) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 286 Berkelman v. San Francisco Unified School Dist., 501 F.2d 1264, 1269+ (9th Cir.(Cal.) Jul 01, 1974) (NO. 73-1686) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 287 Associated Students, Inc. of California State University-Sacramento v. National Collegiate Athletic Ass'n, 493 F.2d 1251, 1255 (9th Cir.(Cal.) Mar 14, 1974) (NO. 73-2278) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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288 Downen v. Warner, 481 F.2d 642, 644, 8 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 332, 332, 6 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8710, 8710 (9th Cir.(Cal.) Jul 02, 1973) (NO. 71-2683) 289 Johnson v. State of Ariz., 462 F.2d 1352, 1354 (9th Cir.(Ariz.) Jul 12, 1972) (NO. 71-1720) 290 Mini Spas, Inc. v. South Salt Lake City Corp., 810 F.2d 939, 942+, 55 USLW 2437, 2437+ (10th Cir.(Utah) Jan 29, 1987) (NO. 85-1384) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 291 Duncan v. General Motors Corp., 499 F.2d 835, 838 (10th Cir.(Okla.) Jul 02, 1974) (NO. 73-1941) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 292 Junior Chamber of Commerce of Rochester, Inc., Rochester, New York v. U.S. Jaycees, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 495 F.2d 883, 885+ (10th Cir.(Okla.) Apr 16, 1974) (NO. 73-1560) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 293 Moritz v. C. I. R., 469 F.2d 466, 470+, 31 A.F.T.R.2d 73-308, 73-308+, 72-2 USTC P 9759, 9759+ (10th Cir. Nov 22, 1972) (NO. 71-1127) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 294 Hundertmark v. State of Florida Dept. of Transp., 205 F.3d 1272, 1277, 82 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 307, 307, 77 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 46,316, 46316, 140 Lab.Cas. P 34,013, 34013, 13 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. C 442, 442 (11th Cir.(Fla.) Mar 07, 2000) (NO. 98-4924) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 295 Executive 100, Inc. v. Martin County, 922 F.2d 1536, 1546 (11th Cir.(Fla.) Feb 07, 1991) (NO. 89-5629) 296 Price v. Tanner, 855 F.2d 820, 822 (11th Cir.(Ga.) Sep 22, 1988) (NO. 87-8045) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 297 E & T Realty v. Strickland, 830 F.2d 1107, 1115 (11th Cir.(Ala.) Oct 26, 1987) (NO. 86-7501) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 298 Hardin v. Stynchcomb, 691 F.2d 1364, 1374, 30 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 624, 624, 30 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 33,176, 33176 (11th Cir.(Ga.) Nov 22, 1982) (NO. 80-9000) 299 Steffan v. Perry, 41 F.3d 677, 708+, 63 USLW 2337, 2337+, 69 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 245, 245+, 309 U.S.App.D.C. 281, 312+, 96 Ed. Law Rep. 32, 32+ (D.C.Cir. Nov 22, 1994) (NO. 91-5409) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 300 Finzer v. Barry, 798 F.2d 1450, 1492, 55 USLW 2128, 2128, 255 U.S.App.D.C. 19, 61 (D.C.Cir. Aug 19, 1986) (NO. 84-5327) " (in dissent) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 301 Taxation With Representation of Washington v. Regan, 676 F.2d 715, 731, 219 U.S.App.D.C. 117, 133, 49 A.F.T.R.2d 82-961, 82-961, 82-1 USTC P 9272, 9272 (D.C.Cir. Mar 26, 1982) (NO. 79-1464) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 302 Community-Service Broadcasting of Mid-America, Inc. v. F.C.C., 593 F.2d 1102, 1133, 43 Rad. Reg. 2d (P & F) 1675, 1675, 192 U.S.App.D.C. 448, 479, 3 Media L. Rep. 1063, 1063, 4 Media L. Rep. 1257, 1257 (D.C.Cir. Aug 25, 1978) (NO. 76-1081) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 303 Howard University v. National Collegiate Athletic Ass'n, 510 F.2d 213, 220, 166 U.S.App.D.C. 260, 267 (D.C.Cir. Mar 25, 1975) (NO. 74-1166, 74-1169) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 304 Fagan v. National Cash Register Co., 481 F.2d 1115, 1122, 5 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1335, 1335, 27 A.L.R. Fed. 257, 257, 6 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8700, 8700, 157 U.S.App.D.C. 15, 22 (D.C.Cir. Jun 29, 1973) (NO. 71-1243) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 305 U.S. v. McDonald, 481 F.2d 513, 526+, 156 U.S.App.D.C. 338, 351+ (D.C.Cir. Jun 21, 1973) (NO. 71-1085) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 306 Williams v. Pryor, 41 F.Supp.2d 1257, 1285 (N.D.Ala. Mar 29, 1999) (NO. CIV.A. 98-S-1938-NE) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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307 Hobson v. Pow, 434 F.Supp. 362, 366+ (N.D.Ala. Jun 16, 1977) (NO. CIV. 76-G-1453-W) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 308 International Ass'n of Firefighters, Local 2069 v. City of Sylacauga, 436 F.Supp. 482, 489 (N.D.Ala. Mar 31, 1977) (NO. CIVCA76-G-0917-E) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 309 Roe v. Conn, 417 F.Supp. 769, 783 (M.D.Ala. Jul 06, 1976) (NO. CIV. 75-232-N, CIV. 75-233-N, CIV. 75-457-N) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 310 Scott v. Opelika City Schools, 63 F.R.D. 144, 147+, 8 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 272, 272+, 7 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9375, 9375+, 18 Fed.R.Serv.2d 998, 998+ (M.D.Ala. May 06, 1974) (NO. CIV 74-5-E) 311 Blawis v. Bolin, 358 F.Supp. 349, 355 (D.Ariz. May 08, 1973) (NO. CIV. 72-402 PHX) 312 Montano v. Galaza, 2007 WL 1840370, *2 (E.D.Cal. Jun 27, 2007) (NO. CV F-03-5891 AWIDLBP) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 313 Borges v. City of Hollister, 2005 WL 589797, *4 (N.D.Cal. Mar 14, 2005) (NO. C03-05670 HRL) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 314 Fontanilla v. City and County of San Francisco, 987 F.Supp. 1206, 1217 (N.D.Cal. Nov 14, 1997) (NO. C-96-3916 MHP) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 315 Bonin v. Vasquez, 794 F.Supp. 957, 986 (C.D.Cal. Jul 20, 1992) (NO. CV 90-3589-ER) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 316 Murphy v. Bilbray, 782 F.Supp. 1420, 1433 (S.D.Cal. Dec 03, 1991) (NO. CIV 90-0135 GT, CIV. 89-0820 GT, CIV. 90-0134 GT) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 317 Hurvich v. Califano, 457 F.Supp. 760, 762 (N.D.Cal. Sep 15, 1978) (NO. C-77-2478 SW) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 318 Harriss v. Pan Am. World Airways, Inc., 437 F.Supp. 413, 428+, 15 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1663, 1663+, 15 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8015, 8015+ (N.D.Cal. Sep 02, 1977) (NO. C74-1884-WWS) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 319 Blake v. City of Los Angeles, 435 F.Supp. 55, 59, 14 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7668, 7668 (C.D.Cal. May 13, 1977) (NO. CV 73-1962-JWC) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 320 Filipino Am. Veterans and Dependents Ass'n v. U. S., 391 F.Supp. 1314, 1323 (N.D.Cal. Nov 14, 1974) (NO. 72 785 WTS) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 321 Quadra v. Superior Court of City and County of San Francisco, 378 F.Supp. 605, 618 (N.D.Cal. May 16, 1974) (NO. C-72-1689) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 322 Concrete Works of Colorado, Inc. v. City and County of Denver, Colo., 86 F.Supp.2d 1042, 1063 (D.Colo. Mar 07, 2000) (NO. CIV. A. 92-M-21) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 323 Colorado Seminary (University of Denver) v. National Collegiate Athletic Ass'n, 417 F.Supp. 885, 898 (D.Colo. Jul 16, 1976) (NO. CIV. 76-A-510) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 324 Banisaied v. Clisham, 992 F.Supp. 128, 131 (D.Conn. Jan 26, 1998) (NO. 3:96 CV 1697 (GLG)) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 325 Gyadu v. Workers' Compensation Com'n, 930 F.Supp. 738, 751 (D.Conn. Jun 24, 1996) (NO. 3:96-CV-0043(GLG)) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 326 Presnick v. Berger, 837 F.Supp. 475, 477 (D.Conn. Nov 05, 1993) (NO. CIV. 3:93-1003 (JAC)) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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327 Thurman v. City of Torrington, 595 F.Supp. 1521, 1528+, 53 USLW 2246, 2246+ (D.Conn. Oct 23, 1984) (NO. CIV. H-84-120) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 328 Athanson v. Meskill, 523 F.Supp. 392, 395 (D.Conn. Sep 30, 1981) (NO. CIV. H-74-386) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 329 Ruby v. Massey, 452 F.Supp. 361, 368 (D.Conn. May 16, 1978) (NO. CIV. H-76-315) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 330 Peterson v. Norton, 395 F.Supp. 1351, 1356 (D.Conn. Jun 03, 1975) (NO. CIV H-74-232) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 331 Fitzpatrick v. Bitzer, 390 F.Supp. 278, 290, 8 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 877, 877, 8 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9685, 9685 (D.Conn. Sep 16, 1974) (NO. CIV. 15492) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 332 McAuliffe v. Carlson, 377 F.Supp. 896, 903+ (D.Conn. May 30, 1974) (NO. CIV. 15687) " 333 Tuozzoli v. Killian, 386 F.Supp. 9, 11, 9 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,049, 10049 (D.Conn. Apr 24, 1974) (NO. CIV. B-861) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 334 Women Prisoners of District of Columbia Dept. of Corrections v. District of Columbia, 899 F.Supp. 659, 670, 104 Ed. Law Rep. 213, 213 (D.D.C. Aug 14, 1995) (NO. CIV.A. 93-2052(JLG)) 335 Cook v. Babbitt, 819 F.Supp. 1, 13, 61 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 42,267, 42267 (D.D.C. Mar 17, 1993) (NO. CIV. A. 91-0338(RCL)) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 336 International Union, United Auto., Aerospace and Agr. Implement Workers of America, UAW v. Lyng, 648 F.Supp. 1234, 1239+, 55 USLW 2289, 2289+, 124 L.R.R.M. (BNA) 2406, 2406+, 106 Lab.Cas. P 12,242, 12242+ (D.D.C. Nov 14, 1986) (NO. CIV. A. 84-3303) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 337 International Union, United Auto., Aerospace and Agr. Implement Workers of America, UAW v. Block, 1985 WL 56768, *5, 120 L.R.R.M. (BNA) 2654, 2654 (D.D.C. Sep 30, 1985) (NO. 84-3303) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 338 Gavett v. Alexander, 477 F.Supp. 1035, 1044 (D.D.C. Sep 04, 1979) (NO. CIV. 78-2130) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 339 Gray Panthers v. Califano, 466 F.Supp. 1317, 1325+ (D.D.C. Mar 06, 1979) (NO. CIV 77-488) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 340 Owens v. Brown, 455 F.Supp. 291, 303+, 17 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1292, 1292+, 56 A.L.R. Fed. 823, 823+, 17 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8495, 8495+ (D.D.C. Jul 27, 1978) (NO. CIV. 76-2086) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 341 Martin v. Dann, 1975 WL 155, *1, 10 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 944, 944, 9 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,128, 10128 (D.D.C. May 07, 1975) (NO. 74-1777) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 342 Gutierrez v. Laird, 346 F.Supp. 289, 292, 9 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1269, 1269 (D.D.C. Jul 28, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 1347-71) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 343 Kovach v. Middendorf, 424 F.Supp. 72, 78 (D.Del. Dec 14, 1976) (NO. CIV. 75-20) 344 DeWeese v. Town of Palm Beach, 616 F.Supp. 971, 980 (S.D.Fla. Mar 30, 1985) (NO. 81-8072-CIV-ROETTGER) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 345 Debra P. v. Turlington, 474 F.Supp. 244, 260 (M.D.Fla. Jul 12, 1979) (NO. 78-892 CIV.T-C) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 346 Silbowitz v. Secretary of Health, Ed. and Welfare, 397 F.Supp. 862, 866 (S.D.Fla. Jun 20, 1975)

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(NO. 74-924-CIV-CF, 74-925-CIV-CF) 347 Marshall v. Holmes, 365 F.Supp. 613, 618+ (N.D.Fla. Sep 28, 1973) (NO. CIV. A. 508) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 348 Rafford v. Randle Eastern Ambulance Service, Inc., 348 F.Supp. 316, 319, 5 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 335, 335, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8420, 8420 (S.D.Fla. Sep 18, 1972) (NO. CIV. 72-511) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 349 Deen v. Egleston, 601 F.Supp.2d 1331, 1342 (S.D.Ga. Feb 13, 2009) (NO. CIVA CV208-037) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 350 Cryder v. Oxendine, 1993 WL 739641, *5+ (N.D.Ga. Sep 16, 1993) (NO. CIV.A.1:92-CV2579JTC) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 351 McBride v. General Motors Corp., 737 F.Supp. 1563, 1573, Prod.Liab.Rep. (CCH) P 12,473, 12473 (M.D.Ga. Apr 10, 1990) (NO. CIV.A.89-110-COL, CIV.A.89-111-COL) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 352 Stalvey v. City of Waycross, 1985 WL 5958, *3, 37 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 987, 987, 40 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 270, 270 (S.D.Ga. Mar 29, 1985) (NO. CV584-036) 353 Hicks v. Georgia State Bd. of Pharmacy, 553 F.Supp. 314, 319+ (N.D.Ga. Dec 21, 1982) (NO. CIV. C81-1163) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 354 Dayan v. Board of Regents of University System of Georgia, 491 F.Supp. 138, 140 (M.D.Ga. May 11, 1979) (NO. CIV. 78-69-ATH) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 355 Matter of Crist, 460 F.Supp. 891, 894, 18 C.B.C. 718, 718 (N.D.Ga. Sep 21, 1978) (NO. B77-1759A) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 356 Georgia Ass'n of Educators, Inc. v. Nix, 407 F.Supp. 1102, 1108, 12 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,985, 10985 (N.D.Ga. Jan 15, 1976) (NO. CIV. C74-1870A) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 357 Winningham v. U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, 371 F.Supp. 1140, 1149 (S.D.Ga. Feb 19, 1974) (NO. CIV. A. 3237) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 358 U.S. v. Viernes, 763 F.Supp. 1068, 1073 (D.Hawai'i Apr 18, 1991) (NO. CR. 89-01676 DAE-03) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 359 Williams v. Cook County, 2006 WL 1806198, *5 (N.D.Ill. Jun 29, 2006) (NO. 05 C 6351) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 360 Alliance for Mentally Ill v. City of Naperville, 923 F.Supp. 1057, 1075, 15 A.D.D. 885, 885, 8 NDLR P 28, 28 (N.D.Ill. Mar 29, 1996) (NO. 94 C 7559) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 361 Sampson v. Weidell, 1985 WL 3942, *4 (N.D.Ill. Nov 14, 1985) (NO. 84 C 6360) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 362 Cooper v. Elrod, 622 F.Supp. 373, 378+ (N.D.Ill. Jul 17, 1985) (NO. 85 C 312) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 363 Tomkins v. Village of Tinley Park, 566 F.Supp. 70, 78 (N.D.Ill. Apr 26, 1983) (NO. 81 C 4258) 364 Woerner v. Brzeczek, 519 F.Supp. 517, 519, 26 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 897, 897, 28 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 32,505, 32505 (N.D.Ill. Jul 21, 1981) (NO. 81 C 222) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 365 Sterling v. Harris, 478 F.Supp. 1046, 1053 (N.D.Ill. Oct 05, 1979) (NO. 73 C 2337, 73 C 3070) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 366 Clark v. U.S., 447 F.Supp. 172, 177 (N.D.Ill. Jan 30, 1978) (NO. 77 C 2105) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 367 Baum v. Lunding, 414 F.Supp. 693, 696 (N.D.Ill. Feb 03, 1976) (NO. 76 C 261, 76 C 290) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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368 Torres v. Butz, 397 F.Supp. 1015, 1025+ (N.D.Ill. Aug 01, 1975) (NO. 73 C 1446) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 369 Lawlor v. Chicago Bd. of Election Com'rs, 395 F.Supp. 692, 696 (N.D.Ill. Apr 23, 1975) (NO. 75 C 948) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 370 Polelle v. Secretary of Health, Ed. and Welfare of U.S., 386 F.Supp. 443, 446+ (N.D.Ill. Apr 19, 1974) (NO. 73 C 774) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 371 Daugherty v. Daley, 370 F.Supp. 338, 340+, 11 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 617, 617+, 8 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9694, 9694+ (N.D.Ill. Feb 05, 1974) (NO. 73 C 1400) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 372 Bucha v. Illinois High School Ass'n, 351 F.Supp. 69, 73 (N.D.Ill. Nov 15, 1972) (NO. 72 C 378) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 373 Bravo v. Board of Ed. of City of Chicago, 345 F.Supp. 155, 157+, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 994, 994+, 17 A.L.R. Fed. 759, 759+, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7941, 7941+ (N.D.Ill. Jul 07, 1972) (NO. 72 C 970) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 374 Marozsan v. U.S., 635 F.Supp. 578, 581+ (N.D.Ind. Apr 30, 1986) (NO. S 84-500) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 375 Bohen v. City of East Chicago, Ind., 622 F.Supp. 1234, 1246+, 39 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 917, 917+, 39 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 35,832, 35832+ (N.D.Ind. Sep 11, 1985) (NO. CIV. H83-0484) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 376 Johnson v. U.S., 422 F.Supp. 958, 969, 38 A.F.T.R.2d 76-6176, 76-6176, 76-2 USTC P 9798, 9798 (N.D.Ind. Nov 08, 1976) (NO. CIV F 74-111, CIV F 74-112, CIV F 74-113) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 377 Doe v. Perry Community School Dist., 316 F.Supp.2d 809, 829, 188 Ed. Law Rep. 275, 275 (S.D.Iowa Apr 29, 2004) (NO. 4:04-CV-40161) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 378 Thoreson v. Palmer, 1997 WL 33558625, *8+ (N.D.Iowa Apr 25, 1997) (NO. C96-2051) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 379 Strayer v. Remsen-Union Community School, 668 F.Supp. 1275, 1276, 41 Ed. Law Rep. 1327, 1327 (N.D.Iowa Aug 10, 1987) (NO. C 87-4122) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 380 Caspe v. U.S., 1982 WL 1596, *6, 49 A.F.T.R.2d 82-1197, 82-1197, 82-1 USTC P 9247, 9247 (S.D.Iowa Feb 23, 1982) (NO. 78-145-2) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 381 Hein v. Burns, 402 F.Supp. 398, 406 (S.D.Iowa Oct 10, 1975) (NO. CIV. 73-240-1) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 382 Downum v. City of Wichita, Kan., 675 F.Supp. 1566, 1573+, 49 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 162, 162+, 44 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 37,368, 37368+ (D.Kan. Oct 03, 1986) (NO. 83-4377) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 383 Crowe By and Through Crowe v. Wigglesworth, 623 F.Supp. 699, 703+ (D.Kan. Aug 02, 1985) (NO. 84-1792-K) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 384 Holman v. Menninger Foundation, 1982 WL 1550, *7+ (D.Kan. Jul 13, 1982) (NO. 79-4090) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 385 Americans United for Separation of Church and State v. Bubb, 379 F.Supp. 872, 885 (D.Kan. Feb 27, 1974) (NO. CIV. W 5351) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 386 Walker v. Kentucky, 2009 WL 1374260, *7 (E.D.Ky. May 15, 2009) (NO. CIV A 09-CV-025-DLB) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 387 Flanery v. Lewis, 2008 WL 4680737, *2 (E.D.Ky. Oct 16, 2008) (NO. 08-CV-100-HRW) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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388 Love v. Hungress, 2008 WL 4544405, *4 (E.D.Ky. Oct 10, 2008) (NO. 5:08CV304KSF) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 389 Love v. Hungress, 2008 WL 4410138, *4 (E.D.Ky. Sep 19, 2008) (NO. 5:08-CV-304-KSF) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 390 Abdel-Fares v. Grondolsky, 2006 WL 2983057, *3 (E.D.Ky. Oct 17, 2006) (NO. CIVA 6:06-376 DCR) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 391 Hakim v. Booker, 2006 WL 2989230, *5 (E.D.Ky. Oct 17, 2006) (NO. CIV.A. 06CV103-JBC) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 392 Rollock v. Stine, 2006 WL 950186, *4 (E.D.Ky. Apr 12, 2006) (NO. CIV.A. 6:06-61-DCR) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 393 Hollis v. Booker, 2006 WL 379385, *4 (E.D.Ky. Feb 16, 2006) (NO. CIV.A. 05CV280JMH) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 394 Malone v. Rees, 2005 WL 2122593, *3 (E.D.Ky. Aug 31, 2005) (NO. CIV.A.05-CV-045-KKC) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 395 Walgenbach v. Samuels, 2005 WL 1079308, *4 (E.D.Ky. Mar 31, 2005) (NO. CIV.A. 05-CV-013-KKC) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 396 Nunez v. Chandler, 119 F.Supp.2d 677, 682 (E.D.Ky. May 09, 2000) (NO. CIV.A 99-228) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 397 Johnston v. Hodges, 372 F.Supp. 1015, 1017+ (E.D.Ky. Mar 25, 1974) (NO. 420) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 398 Kirchberg v. Feenstra, 430 F.Supp. 642, 645+ (E.D.La. Apr 21, 1977) (NO. CIV. 76-842) " HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 399 Pavone v. Louisiana State Bd. of Barbers Examiners, 364 F.Supp. 961, 963+ (E.D.La. Oct 10, 1973) (NO. CIV. 72-2915) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 400 Levy v. Parker, 346 F.Supp. 897, 902 (E.D.La. Jun 28, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 70-243) 401 Cooper v. Nix, 343 F.Supp. 1101, 1110+ (W.D.La. May 29, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 17492) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 402 Mason v. Henderson, 337 F.Supp. 35, 36 (E.D.La. Jan 12, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 71-1283) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 403 Usher v. Califano, 506 F.Supp. 1230, 1233 (D.Mass. Jan 20, 1981) (NO. CIV. 78-3261-Z) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 404 Strong v. Collatos, 450 F.Supp. 1356, 1360 (D.Mass. May 26, 1978) (NO. CIV. 77-829-F) 405 Feeney v. Com. of Mass., 451 F.Supp. 143, 145, 17 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 659, 659, 16 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8292, 8292 (D.Mass. May 03, 1978) (NO. CIV. 75-1991-T) 406 Rodgers v. Berger, 438 F.Supp. 713, 725+, 17 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 493, 493+ (D.Mass. Aug 22, 1977) (NO. CIV. 76-2068-F) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 407 Ziviak v. U.S., 411 F.Supp. 416, 424 (D.Mass. Mar 05, 1976) (NO. CIV. 74-1062-F) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 408 Morales v. Minter, 393 F.Supp. 88, 100+ (D.Mass. Apr 22, 1975) (NO. CIV. 74-1404-F, CIV. 74-4898-F) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 409 Randall v. Goldmark, 366 F.Supp. 947, 951 (D.Mass. Nov 13, 1973) (NO. CIV.A73-1323-T)

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HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 410 Pinder v. Commissioners of Cambridge in City of Cambridge, 821 F.Supp. 376, 383 (D.Md. May 10, 1993) (NO. CIV. N-92-675) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 411 Johnson v. Solomon, 484 F.Supp. 278, 284+ (D.Md. Aug 17, 1979) (NO. CIV. Y-76-1903) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 412 Vanguard Justice Soc. Inc. v. Hughes, 471 F.Supp. 670, 703, 19 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 587, 587, 20 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 30,077, 30077 (D.Md. Mar 20, 1979) (NO. CIV. 73-1105-K, CIV. 73-1106-K, CIV. K-74-71) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 413 Allen v. Califano, 456 F.Supp. 168, 172+ (D.Md. Jul 05, 1978) (NO. 73-1095-B, B-75-462) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 414 Dorsey v. Solomon, 435 F.Supp. 725, 734 (D.Md. Jul 26, 1977) (NO. CIV. H-75-1406) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 415 U.S. v. Public Service Commission of State of Md., 422 F.Supp. 676, 684 (D.Md. Aug 23, 1976) (NO. CIV B-74-1264) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 416 Habron v. Epstein, 412 F.Supp. 256, 264, 22 Wage & Hour Cas. (BNA) 896, 896 (D.Md. Apr 06, 1976) (NO. CIV. N-74-1314) 417 Montgomery County, Maryland v. Ball, 416 F.Supp. 737, 747 (D.Md. Dec 17, 1975) (NO. CIV. 73-661-H, CIV. H-74-530) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 418 Alexandria Scrap Corp. v. Hughes, 391 F.Supp. 46, 56+ (D.Md. Mar 12, 1975) (NO. CIV. K74-1030) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 419 Norton v. Weinberger, 364 F.Supp. 1117, 1123 (D.Md. Sep 14, 1973) (NO. CIV. 72-271-B) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 420 Acanfora v. Board of Ed. of Montgomery County, 359 F.Supp. 843, 853 (D.Md. May 31, 1973) (NO. CIV. 72-1136-Y) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 421 Communities for Equity v. Michigan High School Athletic Ass'n, 178 F.Supp.2d 805, 849, 161 Ed. Law Rep. 172, 172 (W.D.Mich. Dec 17, 2001) (NO. 1:98CV479) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 422 Cronovich v. Dunn, 573 F.Supp. 1330, 1337, 40 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1698, 1698 (E.D.Mich. Sep 21, 1983) (NO. 81-70518) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 423 Glover v. Johnson, 478 F.Supp. 1075, 1078+ (E.D.Mich. Oct 17, 1979) (NO. CIV. 77-1229) 424 Hertel v. City of Pontiac, 470 F.Supp. 603, 605 (E.D.Mich. May 04, 1979) (NO. CIV. 78-71357) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 425 Schaefer v. Tannian, 394 F.Supp. 1128, 1134, 8 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 12, 12, 7 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9404, 9404 (E.D.Mich. May 22, 1974) (NO. CIV. 39943) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 426 Seaman v. Spring Lake Park Independent School Dist. No. 16, 387 F.Supp. 1168, 1177, 10 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 31, 31, 9 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,055, 10055 (D.Minn. Jul 29, 1974) (NO. 4-73-CIV 23) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 427 Brenden v. Independent School Dist. 742, 342 F.Supp. 1224, 1232+ (D.Minn. May 01, 1972) (NO. 4-72 CIV. 201) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 428 Madison v. Mississippi Medicaid Commission, 86 F.R.D. 178, 184 (N.D.Miss. Mar 21, 1980) (NO. GC 79-154-OS-P) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 429 Armstead v. Starkville Municipal Separate School Dist., 395 F.Supp. 304, 306 (N.D.Miss. Apr

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03, 1975) (NO. EC 70-51-S, EC 70-52-S) 430 Andrews v. Drew Municipal Separate School Dist., 371 F.Supp. 27, 32, 6 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 872, 872, 6 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8727, 8727 (N.D.Miss. Jul 03, 1973) (NO. GC 73-20-K) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 431 Ricketts v. City of Columbia, Mo., 856 F.Supp. 1337, 1340 (W.D.Mo. Sep 29, 1993) (NO. 90-4099-CV-C-66BA) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 432 Women's Health Center of West County, Inc. v. Webster, 681 F.Supp. 1385, 1393 (E.D.Mo. Mar 21, 1988) (NO. 87-0050C(6)) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 433 Force by Force v. Pierce City R-VI School Dist., 570 F.Supp. 1020, 1023+, 13 Ed. Law Rep. 959, 959+ (W.D.Mo. Aug 15, 1983) (NO. 82-5093-CV-SW-0) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 434 Tenny v. U.S., 441 F.Supp. 224, 226 (E.D.Mo. Nov 23, 1977) (NO. 77-461C(3)) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 435 Luetkemeyer v. Kaufmann, 364 F.Supp. 376, 390 (W.D.Mo. Sep 24, 1973) (NO. 1703) " (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 436 Ridgeway v. Montana High School Ass'n, 633 F.Supp. 1564, 1579, 32 Ed. Law Rep. 605, 605 (D.Mont. May 08, 1986) (NO. CV 82-59-M-CCL) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 437 Williams v. Currie, 103 F.Supp.2d 858, 862 (M.D.N.C. Jul 05, 2000) (NO. 1:99CV00930) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 438 Hendon v. North Carolina State Bd. of Elections, 633 F.Supp. 454, 467 (W.D.N.C. Apr 16, 1986) (NO. CIV. A. A-C-82-357) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 439 Chase v. McMasters, 405 F.Supp. 1297, 1301 (D.N.D. Dec 20, 1975) (NO. A4-75-71) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 440 Stoehr v. Whipple, 405 F.Supp. 1249, 1251 (D.Neb. Jan 07, 1976) (NO. CIV. 75-0-257) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 441 Stradley v. Andersen, 349 F.Supp. 1120, 1124, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8414, 8414 (D.Neb. Oct 27, 1972) (NO. CIV. 71-L-228) 442 Reed v. Nebraska School Activities Ass'n, 341 F.Supp. 258, 261 (D.Neb. Apr 12, 1972) (NO. CV72-L-145) 443 Morse v. Martineau, 685 F.Supp. 860, 872 (D.N.H. May 03, 1988) (NO. CIV A 84-446-L) 444 State Troopers Non-Commissioned Officers Ass'n of New Jersey v. New Jersey, 643 F.Supp.2d 615, 625, 29 IER Cases 703, 703 (D.N.J. Jul 09, 2009) (NO. CIV.A. 308CV5326FLW) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 445 Child Evangelism Fellowship of New Jersey, Inc. v. Stafford Tp. School Dist., 233 F.Supp.2d 647, 665+, 172 Ed. Law Rep. 686, 686+ (D.N.J. Dec 10, 2002) (NO. CIV.A. 02-4549(MLC)) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 446 Fuchilla v. Prockop, 682 F.Supp. 247, 255+, 52 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 259, 259+, 47 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 38,251, 38251+, 46 Ed. Law Rep. 221, 221+ (D.N.J. Oct 13, 1987) (NO. CIV. A. 85-0693) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 447 In re Asbestos Litigation, 628 F.Supp. 774, 780, 54 USLW 2427, 2427, Prod.Liab.Rep. (CCH) P 10,956, 10956 (D.N.J. Feb 14, 1986) (NO. 85-381) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 448 Skadegaard v. Farrell, 578 F.Supp. 1209, 1219, 33 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1528, 1528, 34 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 34,323, 34323 (D.N.J. Jan 19, 1984) (NO. CIV. 83-945) HN: 3 (S.Ct.)

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449 Murillo v. Bambrick, 508 F.Supp. 830, 833 (D.N.J. Feb 20, 1981) (NO. CIV. 79-2345) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 450 Cohn v. G. D. Searle & Co., 447 F.Supp. 903, 911 (D.N.J. Mar 22, 1978) (NO. CIV. 74-450) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 451 Handsome v. Rutgers University, State University of New Jersey, 445 F.Supp. 1362, 1367, 17 C.B.C. 21, 21 (D.N.J. Mar 02, 1978) (NO. CIV. 78-143) 452 Roybal v. City of Albuquerque, 653 F.Supp. 102, 105, 42 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1635, 1635 (D.N.M. Jul 01, 1986) (NO. CV 85-1616 HB) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 453 Wright v. Genovese, 694 F.Supp.2d 137, 162 (N.D.N.Y. Mar 09, 2010) (NO. 907-CV-0473(LEK/ATB)) 454 RxUSA Wholesale, Inc. v. Department of Health and Human Services, 467 F.Supp.2d 285, 304 (E.D.N.Y. Dec 11, 2006) (NO. 06-CV-5086 JS AKT) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 455 Kapps v. Wing, 283 F.Supp.2d 866, 878 (E.D.N.Y. Sep 19, 2003) (NO. 98 CV 7734 NG) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 456 Ford v. Shalala, 87 F.Supp.2d 163, 186, 68 Soc.Sec.Rep.Serv. 102, 102 (E.D.N.Y. Sep 29, 1999) (NO. CV-94-2736CPSSMG) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 457 Good News Club v. Milford Cent. School, 21 F.Supp.2d 147, 161, 130 Ed. Law Rep. 678, 678 (N.D.N.Y. Oct 23, 1998) (NO. 97-CV-0302) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 458 Liberty Christian Center, Inc. v. Board of Educ. of City School Dist. of City of Watertown, 8 F.Supp.2d 176, 186+ (N.D.N.Y. Jun 10, 1998) (NO. 97-CV-610) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 459 McArthur v. Caputo, 913 F.Supp. 152, 157 (E.D.N.Y. Jan 31, 1996) (NO. CV 94-2653) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 460 Carlen v. Department of Health Services of Suffolk County, N.Y., 912 F.Supp. 35, 41 (E.D.N.Y. Jan 10, 1996) (NO. CV 93-0187) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 461 Trinity United Methodist Parish v. Board of Educ. of City School Dist. of City of Newburgh, 907 F.Supp. 707, 719, 105 Ed. Law Rep. 943, 943 (S.D.N.Y. Nov 14, 1995) (NO. 94 CV 6890 (BDP)) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 462 Williams v. Josephs, 1993 WL 403969, *3 (S.D.N.Y. Oct 07, 1993) (NO. 91 CIV. 8178 (MBM)) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 463 Greenstein by Horowitz v. Bane, 833 F.Supp. 1054, 1075, 42 Soc.Sec.Rep.Serv. 495, 495, Med & Med GD (CCH) P 41,901, 41901 (S.D.N.Y. Oct 05, 1993) (NO. 89 CIV. 1038 (RJW)) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 464 Danese v. Knox, 827 F.Supp. 185, 196 (S.D.N.Y. Jul 06, 1993) (NO. 92 CIV. 5472 (LBS)) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 465 Disabled American Veterans v. U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs, 783 F.Supp. 187, 197, 60 USLW 2525, 2525, 2 NDLR P 328, 328 (S.D.N.Y. Jan 31, 1992) (NO. 91 CIV. 1413 (SWK)) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 466 Sutphin Pharmacy, Inc. v. Perales, 770 F.Supp. 168, 172+, Med & Med GD (CCH) P 39,496, 39496+, 2 NDLR P 28, 28+ (S.D.N.Y. Jul 19, 1991) (NO. 90 CIV. 7609 (WCC)) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 467 Harrison and Burrowes Bridge Constructors, Inc. v. Cuomo, 743 F.Supp. 977, 992 (N.D.N.Y. Aug 02, 1990) (NO. 89-CV-447) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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468 Silberman v. Biderman, 735 F.Supp. 1138, 1145+ (E.D.N.Y. Apr 17, 1990) (NO. CV89-1736(RJD)) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 469 Burka v. New York City Transit Authority, 680 F.Supp. 590, 602+, 56 USLW 2455, 2455+, 97 A.L.R. Fed. 1, 1+, 48 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 38,492, 38492+, 2 IER Cases 1625, 1625+ (S.D.N.Y. Feb 01, 1988) (NO. 85 CIV. 5751 (GLG), 86 CIV. 6535 (GLG), 86 CIV. 7427 (GLG)) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 470 Long Island Lighting Co. v. Cuomo, 666 F.Supp. 370, 412+ (N.D.N.Y. Aug 04, 1987) (NO. 87-CV-39) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 471 Jones on Behalf of Michele v. Board of Educ. of City School Dist. of City of New York, 632 F.Supp. 1319, 1325, 32 Ed. Law Rep. 141, 141 (E.D.N.Y. Apr 11, 1986) (NO. 85 CV 4504) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 472 Troyer v. Town of Babylon, 483 F.Supp. 1135, 1142 (E.D.N.Y. Jan 04, 1980) (NO. 79-C-401) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 473 Lee v. Board of Higher Ed. in City of New York, 1 B.R. 781, 788, 29 Fed.R.Serv.2d 608, 608 (S.D.N.Y. Nov 21, 1979) (NO. 78 CIV. 5250-CSH) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 474 Braunstein v. Dwelling Managers, Inc., 476 F.Supp. 1323, 1328 (S.D.N.Y. Sep 18, 1979) (NO. 78 CIV. 509) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 475 Brooks v. Anker, 1978 WL 84, *3, 19 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 768, 768, 17 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8475, 8475 (E.D.N.Y. Jul 10, 1978) (NO. 76-C-33) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 476 Schick v. Bronstein, 447 F.Supp. 333, 337, 19 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1246, 1246, 16 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8247, 8247 (S.D.N.Y. Mar 10, 1978) (NO. 74 CIV. 2059) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 477 Acha v. Beame, 438 F.Supp. 70, 78, 15 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 413, 413, 14 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7795, 7795 (S.D.N.Y. Jul 28, 1977) (NO. 75 CIV. 3128) 478 Rasmussen v. Toia, 420 F.Supp. 757, 766 (S.D.N.Y. Sep 13, 1976) (NO. 76CIV. 2119 (CSH)) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 479 Norwick v. Nyquist, 417 F.Supp. 913, 917, 14 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 585, 585, 12 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 11,125, 11125 (S.D.N.Y. Jul 20, 1976) (NO. 74 CIV. 2798(WCC)) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 480 Communications Workers of America AFL-CIO v. American Tel. & Tel. Co., Long Lines Dept., 379 F.Supp. 679, 682+, 8 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 529, 529+, 8 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9615, 9615+ (S.D.N.Y. Jul 30, 1974) (NO. 73 CIV. 3353, 74 CIV. 304) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 481 New York City Jaycees, Inc. v. U.S. Jaycees, Inc., 377 F.Supp. 481, 486 (S.D.N.Y. Jun 13, 1974) (NO. 74 CIV 652) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 482 Lindsay v. Wyman, 372 F.Supp. 1360, 1364 (S.D.N.Y. Feb 28, 1974) (NO. 71 CIV. 802) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 483 Monell v. Department of Social Services of City of New York, 357 F.Supp. 1051, 1053+, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 883, 883+, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7765, 7765+ (S.D.N.Y. Apr 12, 1972) (NO. 71 CIV. 3324) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 484 Danielson v. Bd. of Higher Ed., 358 F.Supp. 22, 27, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 885, 885, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7773, 7773 (S.D.N.Y. Apr 12, 1972) (NO. 71 CIV. 2985) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 485 Lowe v. Swanson, 639 F.Supp.2d 857, 871 (N.D.Ohio Jul 07, 2009) (NO. 5:08 CV 686) HN: 1

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(S.Ct.) 486 Bremiller v. Cleveland Psychiatric Institute, 879 F.Supp. 782, 790, 66 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1738, 1738, 75 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 877, 877 (N.D.Ohio Jan 12, 1995) (NO. 1:94CV1151) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 487 Barton v. Saunders, 1991 WL 24651, *4, Unempl.Ins.Rep. (CCH) P 21,948, 21948 (S.D.Ohio Jan 14, 1991) (NO. C-1-87-735) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 488 Cook v. Barry, 718 F.Supp. 632, 640, 27 Soc.Sec.Rep.Serv. 154, 154, Med & Med GD (CCH) P 38,004, 38004 (S.D.Ohio Jul 27, 1989) (NO. C-1-89-0066) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 489 Stevens v. Califano, 448 F.Supp. 1313, 1317 (N.D.Ohio Apr 19, 1978) (NO. CIV C77-103A) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 490 Cuyahoga County Ass'n for Retarded Children and Adults v. Essex, 411 F.Supp. 46, 50 (N.D.Ohio Apr 05, 1976) (NO. C74-587) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 491 Lewis v. Hartsock, 1976 WL 13283, *7+, 18 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 831, 831+ (S.D.Ohio Mar 09, 1976) (NO. 73-16) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 492 Bennett v. Dyer's Chop House, Inc., 350 F.Supp. 153, 156, 33 Ohio Misc. 153, 153 (N.D.Ohio Oct 26, 1972) (NO. CIV. C 72-107) 493 Delorme v. Pierce Freightlines Co., 353 F.Supp. 258, 260+ (D.Or. Jan 18, 1973) (NO. CIV. 72-644) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 494 Maher v. Lawler, 2010 WL 2542228, *5 (M.D.Pa. Jun 23, 2010) (NO. 3:08-CV-0411) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 495 Charles v. Sabol, 2009 WL 1657213, *3 (M.D.Pa. Jun 12, 2009) (NO. CIV. 1:CV-08-01988) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 496 Williams v. Wickiser, 2007 WL 3125019, *11 (M.D.Pa. Oct 23, 2007) (NO. CIV.A.1:CV-07-637) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 497 Harper v. Thomas, 2007 WL 2713246, *3 (E.D.Pa. Sep 17, 2007) (NO. CIV.A. 07-0647) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 498 McCool v. City of Philadelphia, 494 F.Supp.2d 307, 320 (E.D.Pa. Jun 27, 2007) (NO. CIV.A. 06-3393) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 499 Vieux v. Smith, 2007 WL 1650579, *13 (M.D.Pa. Jun 05, 2007) (NO. CIV 407-CV-299) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 500 Logan v. Grace, 2007 WL 1074198, *4 (M.D.Pa. Apr 04, 2007) (NO. CIV. 4:CV-06-743) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 501 Wilkins v. Bittenbender, 2006 WL 860140, *11 (M.D.Pa. Mar 31, 2006) (NO. 3:CV-04-2397) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 502 Philadelphian Owners Ass'n v. City of Philadelphia, 2002 WL 1745295, *3 (E.D.Pa. Jul 23, 2002) (NO. CIV.A. 00-3181) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 503 Solomon v. Pennsylvania Financial Responsibility Assigned Claims Plan, 1992 WL 57926, *3 (E.D.Pa. Mar 16, 1992) (NO. CIV. A. 91-7024) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 504 Holloway v. Pennsylvania Financial Responsibility Assigned Claims Plan, 1991 WL 275773, *2 (E.D.Pa. Dec 19, 1991) (NO. CIV. A. 91-4608) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 505 Knight v. Tape, Inc., 1990 WL 97806, *2 (E.D.Pa. Jul 09, 1990) (NO. CIV. A. 88-6609) HN: 3,4

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(S.Ct.) 506 Contractors Ass'n of Eastern Pennsylvania, Inc. v. City of Philadelphia, 735 F.Supp. 1274, 1300+, 58 USLW 2676, 2676+ (E.D.Pa. Apr 05, 1990) (NO. CIV.A. 89-2737) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 507 Main Line Paving Co., Inc. v. Board of Educ., School Dist. of Philadelphia, 725 F.Supp. 1349, 1362+, 57 Ed. Law Rep. 867, 867+ (E.D.Pa. Nov 29, 1989) (NO. CIV.A. 89-0821) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 508 Tyler v. Winder, 1987 WL 8332, *4 (E.D.Pa. Mar 25, 1987) (NO. CIV. A. 85-1855) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 509 Gobla v. Crestwood School Dist., 609 F.Supp. 972, 977, 38 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 977, 977, 38 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 35,670, 35670, 25 Ed. Law Rep. 786, 786 (M.D.Pa. Feb 01, 1985) (NO. CIV. 82-0699) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 510 Price v. Cohen, 565 F.Supp. 657, 660 (E.D.Pa. May 27, 1983) (NO. C.A. 83-2024) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 511 Bullins v. City of Philadelphia, 516 F.Supp. 728, 731 (E.D.Pa. Jun 22, 1981) (NO. CIV. 79-84) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 512 Kelly v. Warminster Tp. Bd. of Sup'rs, 512 F.Supp. 658, 669 (E.D.Pa. Mar 18, 1981) (NO. CIV. 78-3212) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 513 Kuhar v. Greensburg-Salem School Dist., 466 F.Supp. 806, 812, 19 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 993, 993, 20 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 30,059, 30059 (W.D.Pa. Feb 27, 1979) (NO. CIV 78-514) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 514 Cooper v. Califano, 81 F.R.D. 57, 70 (E.D.Pa. Dec 29, 1978) (NO. 78-594) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 515 Lewis v. Cowen, 443 F.Supp. 544, 550, 16 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 428, 428, 16 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8209, 8209 (E.D.Pa. Oct 11, 1977) (NO. CIV. 73-2876) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 516 Buffington v. Beal, 430 F.Supp. 1281, 1283 (W.D.Pa. May 03, 1977) (NO. CIV. 77-482) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 517 Frederick L. v. Thomas, 419 F.Supp. 960, 971 (E.D.Pa. Aug 02, 1976) (NO. CIV 74-52) 518 Jackson v. Associated Hospital Service of Philadelphia, 414 F.Supp. 315, 324 (E.D.Pa. May 11, 1976) (NO. CIV 73-2908) 519 Action Alliance for Senior Citizens of Greater Philadelphia v. Shapp, 400 F.Supp. 1208, 1214+, 20 Fed.R.Serv.2d 985, 985+ (E.D.Pa. Jul 30, 1975) (NO. CIV. 74-1612) HN: 1,3 (S.Ct.) 520 Samuel v. University of Pittsburgh, 395 F.Supp. 1275, 1284+ (W.D.Pa. Jun 06, 1975) (NO. CIV 71-1202) 521 Rackin v. University of Pennsylvania, 386 F.Supp. 992, 1008, 10 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1318, 1318, 9 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,137, 10137 (E.D.Pa. Dec 18, 1974) (NO. CIV. 73-1007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 522 Colorado Spring Amusements, Ltd. v. Rizzo, 387 F.Supp. 690, 695+ (E.D.Pa. Dec 05, 1974) (NO. CIV. 74-2174, CIV. 74-955) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 523 Magill v. Avonworth Baseball Conference, 364 F.Supp. 1212, 1216 (W.D.Pa. Aug 16, 1973) (NO. CIV. 73-513) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 524 Com. of Pa. v. Local Union No. 542, Intern. Union of Operating Engineers, 347 F.Supp. 268, 294, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1180, 1180, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8004, 8004 (E.D.Pa. Aug 04, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 71-2698)

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525 Shultz v. Local 1291, Intern. Longshoremen's Ass'n, 338 F.Supp. 1204, 1207+, 79 L.R.R.M. (BNA) 2660, 2660+, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7665, 7665+, 67 Lab.Cas. P 12,413, 12413+ (E.D.Pa. Jan 06, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 35849) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 526 Parente v. Town of West Warwick, 685 F.Supp. 873, 878 (D.R.I. May 12, 1988) (NO. CIV A 87-0111 L) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 527 Lucas v. Secretary, Dept. of Health, Ed. and Welfare, 390 F.Supp. 1310, 1316+ (D.R.I. Feb 25, 1975) (NO. CIV. 4845) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 528 Mitchell v. Board of Trustees of Pickens County School Dist. "A", 415 F.Supp. 512, 519, 11 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,652, 10652 (D.S.C. Apr 06, 1976) (NO. CIV. 75-143) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 529 American Trust Co., Inc. v. South Carolina State Bd. of Bank Control, 381 F.Supp. 313, 320 (D.S.C. Sep 03, 1974) (NO. CIV. 73-637) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 530 Mitchell v. Board of Trustees of Pickens County School Dist. A, 380 F.Supp. 197, 200, 9 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1341, 1341 (D.S.C. Oct 30, 1973) (NO. CIV. 73-634) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 531 Gulch Gaming, Inc. v. State of S.D., 781 F.Supp. 621, 631 (D.S.D. Dec 20, 1991) (NO. CIV. 91-3023) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 532 Prostrollo v. University of South Dakota, 369 F.Supp. 778, 781 (D.S.D. Jan 21, 1974) (NO. CIV 73-4063) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 533 Baltic Independent School Dist. No. 115 of Minnehaha County, South Dakota v. South Dakota High School Activities Ass'n, 362 F.Supp. 780, 784+ (D.S.D. Aug 20, 1973) (NO. CIV. 73-4027) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 534 Satty v. Nashville Gas Co., 384 F.Supp. 765, 769+, 10 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 73, 73+, 9 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9919, 9919+ (M.D.Tenn. Nov 04, 1974) (NO. 74-288-NA-CV) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 535 Smith v. Dunn, 381 F.Supp. 822, 825 (M.D.Tenn. Jul 29, 1974) (NO. 74-254-NA-CV) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 536 Garaci v. City of Memphis, 379 F.Supp. 1393, 1399 (W.D.Tenn. Apr 19, 1974) (NO. C-74-169) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 537 Esperanza Peace and Justice Center v. City of San Antonio, 316 F.Supp.2d 433, 464 (W.D.Tex. May 15, 2001) (NO. SA-98-CA-0696-OG) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 538 Barnett v. Texas Wrestling Ass'n, 16 F.Supp.2d 690, 695, 129 Ed. Law Rep. 1041, 1041 (N.D.Tex. Aug 03, 1998) (NO. CIV.A.3:96-CV-3425-G) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 539 Texas State Troopers Ass'n, Inc. v. Morales, 10 F.Supp.2d 628, 637 (N.D.Tex. Mar 17, 1998) (NO. CIV.A.3:97-CV-2114-H) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 540 Houston Contractors Ass'n v. Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, 993 F.Supp. 545, 552 (S.D.Tex. Nov 13, 1997) (NO. CIV.A. H-93-3651) 541 Port v. Heard, 594 F.Supp. 1212, 1220 (S.D.Tex. Sep 17, 1984) (NO. CIV. H-84-3751) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 542 Dixon v. McMullen, 527 F.Supp. 711, 720 (N.D.Tex. Nov 18, 1981) (NO. CIV. 4-80-443) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 543 Bailey v. Board of Law Examiners of State of Tex., 508 F.Supp. 106, 109 (W.D.Tex. Dec 22, 1980) (NO. EP-80-CA-324)

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544 Zentgraf v. Texas A & M University, 492 F.Supp. 265, 270+ (S.D.Tex. Jun 04, 1980) (NO. CIV. H-79-943) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 545 Vance v. U.S., 434 F.Supp. 826, 834+ (N.D.Tex. May 26, 1977) (NO. CIV. CA-7-76-23) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 546 Corey v. City of Dallas, 352 F.Supp. 977, 979+, 5 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 633, 633+, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8534, 8534+ (N.D.Tex. Nov 29, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. CA-3-5519-D) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 547 Green v. Board of Regents of Texas Tech University, 335 F.Supp. 249, 250, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 126, 126, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7643, 7643 (N.D.Tex. Dec 21, 1971) (NO. CIV. A. 5-877) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 548 Romans v. Crenshaw, 354 F.Supp. 868, 870 (S.D.Tex. Dec 01, 1971) (NO. C.A. 71-H-1264) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 549 Utah League of Insured Sav. Associations v. State of Utah, 555 F.Supp. 664, 669 (D.Utah Jan 03, 1983) (NO. CIV. C-81-0664W) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 550 Malone v. Shenandoah County Dept. of Social Services, 2005 WL 1902857, *4 (W.D.Va. Aug 09, 2005) (NO. CIV.A. 5:04CV00114) 551 Ashann-Ra v. Com. of Va., 112 F.Supp.2d 559, 570 (W.D.Va. Aug 22, 2000) (NO. CIV. A. 799CV00915) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 552 West v. Virginia Dept. of Corrections, 847 F.Supp. 402, 404+ (W.D.Va. Mar 29, 1994) (NO. CIV. A. 92-0887-R) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 553 Thompson v. Walker, 583 F.Supp. 175, 178 (E.D.Va. Feb 23, 1984) (NO. CIV. 83-1302-A) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 554 Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 510 F.Supp. 66, 68+, 25 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 5, 5+, 25 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 31,552, 31552+, 25 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 31,679, 31679+, 2 Employee Benefits Cas. 1001, 1001+ (E.D.Va. Feb 25, 1981) (NO. CIV.80-20-NN) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 555 Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. v. E.E.O.C., 1981 WL 26979, *1+, 24 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1363, 1363+ (E.D.Va. Jan 26, 1981) (NO. 80-20-NN) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 556 Dyson v. Lavery, 417 F.Supp. 103, 106+, 25 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1596, 1596+ (E.D.Va. Jun 11, 1976) (NO. CIV. 73-584-R) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 557 Taliaferro v. State Council of Higher Ed., 372 F.Supp. 1378, 1385, 7 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 492, 492, 7 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9345, 9345, 18 Fed.R.Serv.2d 765, 765 (E.D.Va. Mar 06, 1974) (NO. CIV. 73-584-R) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 558 U.S. v. Nansemond County School Bd., 351 F.Supp. 196, 203, 5 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 656, 656, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8505, 8505 (E.D.Va. Nov 28, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 392-70-N, CIV. A. 472-71-N) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 559 Potomac Elec. Power Co. v. Fugate, 341 F.Supp. 887, 889+ (E.D.Va. Apr 10, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 4996, CIV. A. 4997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 560 Heisse v. State of Vt., 519 F.Supp. 36, 45 (D.Vt. Dec 30, 1980) (NO. CIV. 79-312) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 561 Crawford v. Cushman, 378 F.Supp. 717, 724, 12 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 494, 494, 8 Empl.

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Prac. Dec. P 9636, 9636 (D.Vt. Jul 12, 1974) (NO. CIV. 6216) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 562 Carter v. Gregoire, 672 F.Supp.2d 1146, 1159, Med & Med GD (CCH) P 302,954, 302954, Med & Med GD (CCH) P 303,101, 303101 (W.D.Wash. Aug 12, 2009) (NO. C09-5393BHS) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 563 Lowden v. Miller-Stout, 2009 WL 529556, *4 (W.D.Wash. Mar 02, 2009) (NO. C08-5365BHS) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 564 Amenson v. Litscher, 2000 WL 34229778, *3 (W.D.Wis. Sep 05, 2000) (NO. 00-C-419-C) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 565 Betts v. McCaughtry, 827 F.Supp. 1400, 1405 (W.D.Wis. Jul 21, 1993) (NO. 92-C-640-C) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 566 Wroblewski v. City of Washburn, 1990 WL 377767, *6+ (W.D.Wis. Dec 28, 1990) (NO. 90-C-0356-C) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 567 Milwaukee Montessori School v. Percy, 473 F.Supp. 1358, 1359 (E.D.Wis. Aug 15, 1979) (NO. CIV. 76-C-463) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 568 Byrd v. Unified School Dist. No. 1 of Racine, Wis., 453 F.Supp. 621, 625, 24 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 739, 739, 19 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8944, 8944 (E.D.Wis. Jul 19, 1978) (NO. CIV. 73-C-685) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 569 Johnson v. Heinemann Candy Co., Inc., 402 F.Supp. 714, 718+ (E.D.Wis. Nov 18, 1975) (NO. CIV. 72-C-481) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 570 Kelly v. Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Ass'n, 367 F.Supp. 1388, 1392 (E.D.Wis. Jan 16, 1974) (NO. CIV. A. 73-C-269) 571 Timberlake v. Kenkel, 369 F.Supp. 456, 464+ (E.D.Wis. Jan 08, 1974) (NO. CIV. A. 72-C-664) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 572 Pressley Ridge Schools, Inc. v. Stottlemyer, 947 F.Supp. 929, 941, 52 Soc.Sec.Rep.Serv. 439, 439, Med & Med GD (CCH) P 45,250, 45250 (S.D.W.Va. Dec 09, 1996) (NO. CIV.A. 2:95-0970) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 573 American Hosp. Ass'n v. Hansbarger, 600 F.Supp. 465, 472, 118 L.R.R.M. (BNA) 2389, 2389 (N.D.W.Va. Dec 18, 1984) (NO. CIV. A. 84-0144-C(K)) 574 Sheeler v. Trans-Chem, Inc., 520 F.Supp. 117, 119 (D.Wyo. Aug 10, 1981) (NO. C-80-0366 B) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 575 Matos-Rivera v. Flav-O-Rich, 876 F.Supp. 373, 378 (D.Puerto Rico Feb 10, 1995) (NO. CIV. 93-2187 (HL)) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 576 Montalvo Huertas v. Rivera Cruz, 1989 WL 46716, *9+ (D.Puerto Rico Feb 16, 1989) (NO. CIV. 89-0112 (JAF)) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 577 Carrasco v. Secretary of Health, Ed. and Welfare, 463 F.Supp. 1287, 1289 (D.Puerto Rico Jan 29, 1979) (NO. CIV. 77-1843) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 578 Munoz v. Government of Guam, 1978 WL 13511, *3 (D.Guam A.D. Mar 13, 1978) (NO. CIV. 76-16A) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 579 Perez Gonzalez v. Irizarry, 387 F.Supp. 942, 945 (D.Puerto Rico Dec 23, 1974) (NO. CIV. 74-1220) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 580 In re Kelley, 21 B.R. 375, 376+, 6 Collier Bankr.Cas.2d 1078, 1078+ (Bankr.M.D.Fla. Jul 01,

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1982) (NO. 81-432, 81-572-ORL-BK-GP) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 581 In re Colbert, 5 B.R. 646, 649 (Bankr.S.D.Ohio Aug 14, 1980) (NO. 2-80-00096) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 582 Baker v. U.S., 34 Fed.Cl. 645, 658, 69 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1089, 1089 (Fed.Cl. Dec 12, 1995) (NO. 94-453C) 583 Mapes v. U. S., 576 F.2d 896, 902+, 217 Ct.Cl. 115, 125+, 41 A.F.T.R.2d 78-1423, 78-1423+, 78-1 USTC P 9445, 9445+ (Ct.Cl. May 17, 1978) (NO. 403-77) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 584 Gentry v. U. S., 546 F.2d 343, 354+, 212 Ct.Cl. 1, 21+ (Ct.Cl. Nov 17, 1976) (NO. 312-74) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 585 U.S. v. Johnson, 17 M.J. 251, 252 (CMA Mar 12, 1984) (NO. 45,485, CM 441840) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 586 U. S. v. Larner, 1 M.J. 371, 376 (CMA Mar 26, 1976) (NO. 30,361) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 587 Blount v. West, 11 Vet.App. 34, 36 (Vet.App. Feb 03, 1998) (NO. 97-947) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 588 Hrvatin v. Principi, 3 Vet.App. 426, 429 (Vet.App. Nov 04, 1992) (NO. 91-217) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 589 Wood v. Derwinski, 1 Vet.App. 190, 194 (Vet.App. Mar 28, 1991) (NO. 89-50) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 590 Estate of Brandon v. C.I.R., 91 T.C. 829, 834, 91 T.C. No. 53, 53, Tax Ct. Rep. (CCH) 45,146, 45146, Tax Ct. Rep. Dec. (P-H) 91.53, 91.53 (U.S.Tax Ct. Oct 31, 1988) (NO. 17539-83) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 591 Bryant v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 72 T.C. 757, 763+ (U.S.Tax Ct. Aug 03, 1979) (NO. 9631-77) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 592 Guest v. C.I.R., 72 T.C. 768, 776, 1 Employee Benefits Cas. 1603, 1603 (U.S.Tax Ct. Aug 03, 1979) (NO. 11498-77, 6173-77, 9115-77) 593 Keeler v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 70 T.C. 279, 283+ (U.S.Tax Ct. May 22, 1978) (NO. 5544-76) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 594 Emanuel v. McGriff, 596 So.2d 578, 580 (Ala. Jan 17, 1992) (NO. 1901334) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 595 Lankford v. Sullivan, Long & Hagerty, 416 So.2d 996, 1004+ (Ala. Jul 09, 1982) (NO. 80-459) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 596 Thompson v. Wiik, Reimer & Sweet, 391 So.2d 1016, 1020, 13 A.L.R.4th 651, 651, 1980-81 Trade Cases P 63,723, 63723 (Ala. Dec 05, 1980) (NO. 79-540) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 597 Orr v. Orr, 351 So.2d 906, 908 (Ala. Nov 10, 1977) (NO. SC 2536) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 598 Comer v. City of Mobile, 337 So.2d 742, 750 (Ala. Sep 24, 1976) (NO. SC 1830) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 599 M.V.S. v. V.M.D., 776 So.2d 142, 151 (Ala.Civ.App. Dec 03, 1999) (NO. 2980595) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 600 Orr v. Orr, 351 So.2d 904, 905 (Ala.Civ.App. Mar 16, 1977) (NO. CIV. 1006) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 601 Williams v. State, 494 So.2d 819, 826 (Ala.Crim.App. May 13, 1986) (NO. 3 DIV. 133) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 602 Baynes v. State, 423 So.2d 307, 308+ (Ala.Crim.App. Nov 02, 1982) (NO. 2 DIV. 330) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 603 Smith v. State, 409 So.2d 455, 460 (Ala.Crim.App. Dec 29, 1981) (NO. 3 DIV. 435) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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604 Holloway v. City of Birmingham, 317 So.2d 535, 537+, 55 Ala.App. 568, 570+ (Ala.Crim.App. May 06, 1975) (NO. 6DIV.782) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 605 Hicklin v. Orbeck, 565 P.2d 159, 166 (Alaska Jun 03, 1977) (NO. 3025) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 606 Isakson v. Rickey, 550 P.2d 359, 362+ (Alaska May 21, 1976) (NO. 2550) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 607 State v. Wylie, 516 P.2d 142, 145 (Alaska Nov 23, 1973) (NO. 1836) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 608 Bryant v. Continental Conveyor & Equipment Co., Inc., 751 P.2d 509, 512, 156 Ariz. 193, 196, 56 USLW 2505, 2505, Prod.Liab.Rep. (CCH) P 11,683, 11683 (Ariz. Feb 24, 1988) (NO. CV86-0525-CQ) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 609 Kenyon v. Hammer, 688 P.2d 961, 970+, 142 Ariz. 69, 78+, 53 USLW 2184, 2184+ (Ariz. Sep 19, 1984) (NO. 17141-PR) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 610 State v. Sanchez, 516 P.2d 1226, 1230, 110 Ariz. 214, 218 (Ariz. Dec 06, 1973) (NO. 2786) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 611 State v. Bean, 851 P.2d 843, 845, 174 Ariz. 544, 546 (Ariz.App. Div. 1 Sep 29, 1992) (NO. 1 CA-CR 90-1416) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 612 Behavioral Health Agency of Cent. Arizona (BHACA) v. City of Casa Grande, 708 P.2d 1317, 1322, 147 Ariz. 126, 131 (Ariz.App. Div. 2 Feb 19, 1985) (NO. 2 CA-CIV 5172) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 613 Barrio v. San Manuel Div. Hosp. for Magma Copper Co., 692 P.2d 290, 294, 143 Ariz. 111, 115 (Ariz.App. Div. 2 Jun 13, 1983) (NO. 2 CA-CIV 4651) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 614 Matter of Appeal in Maricopa County Juvenile Action Nos. JS 1308 and JS 1412, 555 P.2d 679, 682, 27 Ariz.App. 420, 423 (Ariz.App. Div. 1 Sep 30, 1976) (NO. 1 CA-JUV 49) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 615 White v. Superior Court In and For Pima County, 544 P.2d 262, 265, 25 Ariz.App. 438, 441 (Ariz.App. Div. 2 Dec 31, 1975) (NO. 2 CA-CIV 1948) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 616 Laks v. Laks, 540 P.2d 1277, 1280, 25 Ariz.App. 58, 61 (Ariz.App. Div. 2 Oct 08, 1975) (NO. 2 CA-CIV 1874) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 617 Mead v. Nacey, 531 P.2d 166, 167, 23 Ariz.App. 121, 122 (Ariz.App. Div. 2 Feb 04, 1975) (NO. 2 CA-CIV 1641) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 618 State v. Cassius, 515 P.2d 903, 908+, 21 Ariz.App. 78, 83+ (Ariz.App. Div. 2 Nov 08, 1973) (NO. 2 CA-CR 331) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 619 Jegley v. Picado, 80 S.W.3d 332, 350, 349 Ark. 600, 633 (Ark. Jul 05, 2002) (NO. 01-815) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 620 Matter of Adoption of S.J.B., 745 S.W.2d 606, 609, 294 Ark. 598, 603, 56 USLW 2539, 2539 (Ark. Feb 29, 1988) (NO. 87-277) 621 Hess v. Wims, 613 S.W.2d 85, 86, 272 Ark. 43, 46 (Ark. Feb 23, 1981) (NO. 80-229) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 622 Davis v. Cox, 593 S.W.2d 180, 182, 268 Ark. 78, 81 (Ark. Feb 11, 1980) (NO. 79-306) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 623 State v. Fairfield Communities Land Co., 538 S.W.2d 698, 700, 260 Ark. 277, 280, 13 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 291, 291, 22 Wage & Hour Cas. (BNA) 1178, 1178, 12 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 11,143, 11143 (Ark. Jul 19, 1976) (NO. 76-46) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 624 Yarbrough v. Arkansas State Highway Commission, 539 S.W.2d 419, 422+, 260 Ark. 161, 166+

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(Ark. Jul 06, 1976) (NO. 76-29) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 625 Corbitt v. Mohawk Rubber Co., 511 S.W.2d 184, 186, 256 Ark. 932, 935 (Ark. Jul 08, 1974) (NO. 74-45) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 626 Golden v. Westark Community College, 948 S.W.2d 108, 116+, 58 Ark. App. 209, 225+ (Ark.App. Jul 02, 1997) (NO. CA96-1338) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 627 Swafford v. Tyson Foods, Inc., 621 S.W.2d 862, 864, 2 Ark. App. 343, 348 (Ark.App. Sep 23, 1981) (NO. CA80-463) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 628 Young v. Haines, 226 Cal.Rptr. 547, 556, 718 P.2d 909, 918, 41 Cal.3d 883, 899 (Cal. Jun 05, 1986) (NO. S.F. 24775) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 629 Michelle W. v. Ronald W., 216 Cal.Rptr. 748, 754, 703 P.2d 88, 94, 39 Cal.3d 354, 364 (Cal. Aug 05, 1985) (NO. L.A. 31758) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 630 American Bank and Trust Co. v. Community Hosp. of Los Gatos-Saratoga, Inc., 190 Cal.Rptr. 371, 379, 660 P.2d 829, 837, 33 Cal.3d 674, 674 (Cal. Mar 31, 1983) (NO. S.F. 24171) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 631 United States Steel Corp. v. Public Utilities Com., 175 Cal.Rptr. 169, 176, 629 P.2d 1381, 1388, 29 Cal.3d 603, 614 (Cal. Jul 06, 1981) (NO. S.F. 24165) 632 Hays v. Wood, 160 Cal.Rptr. 102, 115, 603 P.2d 19, 32, 25 Cal.3d 772, 796 (Cal. Nov 30, 1979) (NO. S.F. 23830) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 633 Conservatorship of Roulet, 152 Cal.Rptr. 425, 438, 590 P.2d 1, 14, 23 Cal.3d 219, 240 (Cal. Feb 06, 1979) (NO. L.A. 30730) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 634 Hawkins v. Superior Court, 150 Cal.Rptr. 435, 445+, 586 P.2d 916, 926+, 22 Cal.3d 584, 600+ (Cal. Nov 09, 1978) (NO. S.F. 23682) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 635 Hale v. Morgan, 149 Cal.Rptr. 375, 379, 584 P.2d 512, 516, 22 Cal.3d 388, 395 (Cal. Sep 28, 1978) (NO. S.F. 23641) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 636 Regents of University of California v. Hartford Acc. & Indem. Co., 147 Cal.Rptr. 486, 490, 581 P.2d 197, 201, 21 Cal.3d 624, 633 (Cal. Jul 13, 1978) (NO. S.F. 23522) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 637 In re Roulet's Estate, 143 Cal.Rptr. 893, 898, 574 P.2d 1245, 1250, 20 Cal.3d 653, 653 (Cal. Mar 01, 1978) (NO. L.A. 30730) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 638 Newland v. Board of Governors, 139 Cal.Rptr. 620, 623, 566 P.2d 254, 257, 19 Cal.3d 705, 711 (Cal. Jul 21, 1977) (NO. S.F.23557) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 639 In re Roger S., 141 Cal.Rptr. 298, 306, 569 P.2d 1286, 1294, 19 Cal.3d 921, 935 (Cal. Jul 18, 1977) (NO. CR. 19558) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 640 Borer v. American Airlines, Inc., 138 Cal.Rptr. 302, 308, 563 P.2d 858, 864, 19 Cal.3d 441, 451 (Cal. May 06, 1977) (NO. L.A.30650) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 641 Schwalbe v. Jones, 128 Cal.Rptr. 321, 330, 546 P.2d 1033, 1042, 16 Cal.3d 514, 527 (Cal. Mar 12, 1976) (NO. SF 23072) " (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 642 In re Spencer S., 98 Cal.Rptr.3d 477, 484, 176 Cal.App.4th 1315, 1325, 09 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 10,910, 10910, 2009 Daily Journal D.A.R. 12,551, 12551 (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Aug 21, 2009) (NO. G040560) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 643 People v. Garcia, 92 Cal.Rptr.2d 339, 340, 77 Cal.App.4th 1269, 1272, 00 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 851, 851, 2000 Daily Journal D.A.R. 1235, 1235 (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Jan 31, 2000) (NO. G022376)

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HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 644 Estevanovich v. City of Riverside, 81 Cal.Rptr.2d 684, 690+, 69 Cal.App.4th 544, 554+, 99 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 713, 713+, 99 Daily Journal D.A.R. 845, 845+, 1999 Daily Journal D.A.R. 1362, 1362+ (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Jan 25, 1999) (NO. E018016) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 645 In re Joshua M., 78 Cal.Rptr.2d 110, 119, 66 Cal.App.4th 458, 473, 98 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 6872, 6872, 98 Daily Journal D.A.R. 9470, 9470 (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Sep 01, 1998) (NO. D029548) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 646 People v. Guzman, 47 Cal.Rptr.2d 53, 56, 40 Cal.App.4th 691, 694, 95 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 9012, 9012, 95 Daily Journal D.A.R. 15,718, 15718 (Cal.App. 6 Dist. Nov 29, 1995) (NO. H013246) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 647 Reed v. County of Santa Cruz, 44 Cal.Rptr.2d 149, 154, 37 Cal.App.4th 1274, 1281, 95 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 6727, 6727, 95 Daily Journal D.A.R. 11,448, 11448 (Cal.App. 6 Dist. Aug 23, 1995) (NO. H013358) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 648 People v. MacKenzie, 40 Cal.Rptr.2d 793, 799, 34 Cal.App.4th 1256, 1269 (Cal.App. 6 Dist. May 09, 1995) (NO. H011813) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 649 In re Erika W., 33 Cal.Rptr.2d 548, 552, 28 Cal.App.4th 470, 478 (Cal.App. 6 Dist. Sep 19, 1994) (NO. H010565, H011562) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 650 In re Vanessa W., 21 Cal.Rptr.2d 633, 637, 17 Cal.App.4th 800, 806 (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Aug 02, 1993) (NO. D018520) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 651 People v. Boulerice, 7 Cal.Rptr.2d 279, 284, 5 Cal.App.4th 463, 473 (Cal.App. 6 Dist. Apr 09, 1992) (NO. H007750) 652 People v. Leung, 7 Cal.Rptr.2d 290, 296, 5 Cal.App.4th 482, 494, 60 USLW 2715, 2715 (Cal.App. 6 Dist. Apr 09, 1992) (NO. H007885) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 653 Daniels v. McMahon, 5 Cal.Rptr.2d 404, 413, 4 Cal.App.4th 48, 61 (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Mar 02, 1992) (NO. A052355) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 654 King v. McMahon, 230 Cal.Rptr. 911, 914+, 186 Cal.App.3d 648, 656+ (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Oct 21, 1986) (NO. A029065) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 655 People v. Carrillo, 208 Cal.Rptr. 684, 689, 162 Cal.App.3d 585, 593 (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Dec 12, 1984) (NO. A024211) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 656 Arrow Sand and Gravel, Inc. v. Superior Court (Sunburst Decorative Rock, Inc.), 204 Cal.Rptr. 295, 298, 157 Cal.App.3d 971, 971 (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Jun 28, 1984) (NO. B003863) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 657 Atchley v. City of Fresno, 199 Cal.Rptr. 72, 82, 151 Cal.App.3d 635, 649 (Cal.App. 5 Dist. Jan 17, 1984) (NO. CIV. 7374, CIV. F594) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 658 Halford v. Alexis, 179 Cal.Rptr. 486, 491, 126 Cal.App.3d 1022, 1032 (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Dec 21, 1981) (NO. CIV. 58620) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 659 Cramer v. Gillermina R., 178 Cal.Rptr. 69, 73, 125 Cal.App.3d 380, 387 (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Nov 06, 1981) (NO. CIV. 25604, CIV. 25605, CIV. 25613) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 660 Ford Motor Co. v. Superior Court, 175 Cal.Rptr. 39, 41, 120 Cal.App.3d 748, 751 (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Jun 22, 1981) (NO. CIV. 50875) 661 Malone v. Western Conf. of Teamsters Pension Trust, 168 Cal.Rptr. 210, 219, 110 Cal.App.3d

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538, 553, 92 Lab.Cas. P 12,920, 12920 (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Sep 25, 1980) (NO. CIV. 45315) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 662 Mullaney v. Woods, 158 Cal.Rptr. 902, 913, 97 Cal.App.3d 710, 730 (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Oct 16, 1979) (NO. CIV. 16926) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 663 People v. Milano, 152 Cal.Rptr. 318, 326, 89 Cal.App.3d 153, 166 (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Feb 02, 1979) (NO. CR. 33206) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 664 Randolph v. City of Los Angeles, 136 Cal.Rptr. 543, 546, 67 Cal.App.3d 201, 205 (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Jan 26, 1977) (NO. CIV. 48536) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 665 McDonald v. Sacramento Medical Foundation Blood Bank, 133 Cal.Rptr. 444, 447, 62 Cal.App.3d 866, 871 (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Oct 18, 1976) (NO. CIV. 15546) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 666 Arp v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Bd., 132 Cal.Rptr. 112, 115+, 61 Cal.App.3d 296, 296+, 41 Cal. Comp. Cases 472, 472+ (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Aug 18, 1976) (NO. CIV. 14730) " HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 667 Boren v. Department of Employment Dev., 130 Cal.Rptr. 683, 686, 59 Cal.App.3d 250, 255 (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Jun 17, 1976) (NO. CIV. 14138) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 668 Prescod v. Unemployment Ins. Appeals Bd., 127 Cal.Rptr. 540, 544, 57 Cal.App.3d 29, 36, 16 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1181, 1181 (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Apr 05, 1976) (NO. CIV. 37109) 669 Eckl v. Davis, 124 Cal.Rptr. 685, 696, 51 Cal.App.3d 831, 848 (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Sep 30, 1975) (NO. CIV. 44984) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 670 Southern Cal. Assn. of Seventh-Day Adventists v. Franchise Tax Bd., 120 Cal.Rptr. 622, 625, 47 Cal.App.3d 207, 213 (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Apr 15, 1975) (NO. CIV. 44077) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 671 Estate of Ginochio, 117 Cal.Rptr. 565, 568, 43 Cal.App.3d 412, 417 (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Nov 22, 1974) (NO. CIV. 33996) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 672 People v. Evans, 115 Cal.Rptr. 304, 307, 40 Cal.App.3d 582, 587 (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Jul 10, 1974) (NO. CR. 7244) 673 Rodriguez v. Bethlehem Steel Corp., 110 Cal.Rptr. 692, 693, 35 Cal.App.3d 298, 298 (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Nov 13, 1973) (NO. CIV. 40818) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 674 Evans v. Romer, 882 P.2d 1335, 1345, 63 USLW 2219, 2219, 67 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1541, 1541, 65 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 43,289, 43289, 95 Ed. Law Rep. 392, 392 (Colo. Oct 11, 1994) (NO. 94SA128, 94SA48) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 675 Montrose County School Dist. Re-1J v. Lambert, 826 P.2d 349, 351, 73 Ed. Law Rep. 271, 271 (Colo. Feb 24, 1992) (NO. 91SC217) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 676 Austin v. Litvak, 682 P.2d 41, 56, 50 A.L.R.4th 225, 225 (Colo. May 07, 1984) (NO. 82SA236) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 677 People v. Gould, 532 P.2d 953, 954, 188 Colo. 113, 115 (Colo. Mar 17, 1975) (NO. 26166) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 678 People v. Elliott, 525 P.2d 457, 460, 186 Colo. 65, 70 (Colo. Aug 12, 1974) (NO. 26085) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 679 Spann v. Industrial Commission, 508 P.2d 385, 387+, 181 Colo. 153, 158+ (Colo. Apr 02, 1973) (NO. 25708) 680 Matter of Estate of Musso, 932 P.2d 853, 856, 21 Colorado Journal 18, 18 (Colo.App. Jan 09,

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1997) (NO. 96CA0388) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 681 Ecker v. Town of West Hartford, 530 A.2d 1056, 1066, 205 Conn. 219, 239 (Conn. Sep 08, 1987) (NO. 12971) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 682 Page v. Welfare Com'r, 365 A.2d 1118, 1122+, 170 Conn. 258, 264+ (Conn. Feb 24, 1976) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 683 Gentile v. Altermatt, 363 A.2d 1, 16, 169 Conn. 267, 295 (Conn. Aug 05, 1975) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 684 State v. Anonymous (1976-12), 366 A.2d 200, 201, 33 Conn.Supp. 141, 144 (Conn.Com.Pl. 1976) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 685 Abramson v. Welfare Com'r, 330 A.2d 822, 824, 31 Conn.Supp. 544, 547 (Conn.Com.Pl.A.D. Nov 15, 1974) (NO. 14-731-70828) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 686 Wendt v. Wendt, 1998 WL 161165, *81 (Conn.Super. Mar 31, 1998) (NO. FA96 0149562 S) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 687 Knowles v. Phillips, 1991 WL 57816, *2 (Conn.Super. Apr 08, 1991) (NO. FA89-0051768) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 688 Glenport Main Corp. v. Covelluzzi, 1991 WL 28832, *3 (Conn.Super. Jan 31, 1991) (NO. 23 03 62) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 689 State v. Russo, 450 A.2d 857, 861, 38 Conn.Supp. 426, 429 (Conn.Super. Apr 16, 1982) (NO. 1044) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 690 Custer v. Bonadies, 318 A.2d 639, 643+, 30 Conn.Supp. 385, 395+ (Conn.Super. Jan 29, 1974) (NO. 178366) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 691 Debruhl v. District of Columbia Hackers' License Appeal Bd., 384 A.2d 421, 427 (D.C. Mar 09, 1978) (NO. 10847) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 692 Group Hospitalization, Inc. v. District of Columbia Commission on Human Rights, 380 A.2d 170, 173+, 16 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 561, 561+, 15 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7992, 7992+ (D.C. Nov 10, 1977) (NO. 9623) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 693 Estate of French, 365 A.2d 621, 623+ (D.C. Nov 01, 1976) (NO. 9490) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 694 Trustees of University of Delaware v. Gebelein, 420 A.2d 1191, 1195+ (Del.Ch. Sep 17, 1980) (NO. 5944) " HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 695 Hall v. Keve, 1976 WL 7958, *1 (Del.Ch. Jul 19, 1976) (NO. CIV. A. 4970) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 696 State v. Gattis, 1996 WL 769328, *4 (Del.Super. Dec 11, 1996) (NO. 90004576DI) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 697 Moffett v. Zitvogel, 1990 WL 123068, *2 (Del.Super. Aug 01, 1990) (NO. CIV. A. 89C-0C27) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 698 Kent Gen. Hosp., Inc. v. Harrison, 1997 WL 33471241, *1 (Del.Com.Pl. May 02, 1997) (NO. C.A. 96-08-0049) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 699 Stall v. State, 570 So.2d 257, 262, 15 Fla. L. Weekly S520, S520 (Fla. Oct 11, 1990) (NO. 74,020, 74,390) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 700 Pinillos v. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Corp., 403 So.2d 365, 370 (Fla. Jun 18, 1981) (NO. 59,021) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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701 Shevin v. Kahn, 273 So.2d 72, 73 (Fla. Feb 07, 1973) (NO. 42371) 702 Webb v. Hillsborough County Hosp. Authority, 521 So.2d 199, 202, 13 Fla. L. Weekly 448, 448, 13 Fla. L. Weekly 478, 478 (Fla.App. 2 Dist. Feb 12, 1988) (NO. 87-691) 703 Simmons v. Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering, Dept. of Business Regulation, 407 So.2d 269, 271 (Fla.App. 3 Dist. Dec 08, 1981) (NO. 81-59) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 704 Rainey v. Chever, 510 S.E.2d 823, 824, 270 Ga. 519, 520 (Ga. Jan 19, 1999) (NO. S98A1518) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 705 Mansfield v. Pannell, 404 S.E.2d 104, 105, 261 Ga. 243, 244 (Ga. May 10, 1991) (NO. S91A0438) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 706 Stuart-James Co., Inc. v. Tanner, 380 S.E.2d 257, 258, 259 Ga. 289, 290 (Ga. Jun 22, 1989) (NO. 46418) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 707 Jones v. Jones, 376 S.E.2d 674, 675, 259 Ga. 49, 49, 57 USLW 2546, 2546 (Ga. Mar 02, 1989) (NO. 46423) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 708 Price v. Lithonia Lighting Co., 343 S.E.2d 688, 691, 256 Ga. 49, 52 (Ga. May 29, 1986) (NO. 43157) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 709 Shessel v. Stroup, 316 S.E.2d 155, 158, 253 Ga. 56, 58 (Ga. May 31, 1984) (NO. 40708) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 710 Clark v. Singer, 298 S.E.2d 484, 486+, 250 Ga. 470, 472+ (Ga. Jan 04, 1983) (NO. 39156) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 711 Allrid v. Emory University, 285 S.E.2d 521, 524+, 249 Ga. 35, 38+ (Ga. Feb 17, 1982) (NO. 38012) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 712 Perini v. State, 264 S.E.2d 172, 173, 245 Ga. 160, 161 (Ga. Jan 08, 1980) (NO. 35596) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 713 Lamar v. State, 254 S.E.2d 353, 355, 243 Ga. 401, 402 (Ga. Apr 04, 1979) (NO. 34318) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 714 Williams v. Owen, 245 S.E.2d 638, 641, 241 Ga. 363, 368 (Ga. May 16, 1978) (NO. 33403) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 715 Bickford v. Nolen, 240 S.E.2d 24, 26+, 240 Ga. 255, 256+ (Ga. Nov 01, 1977) (NO. 32520) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 716 Burroughs v. Burroughs, 239 S.E.2d 357, 358, 240 Ga. 29, 30 (Ga. Oct 24, 1977) (NO. 32574) 717 Fortson v. Weeks, 208 S.E.2d 68, 80, 232 Ga. 472, 489 (Ga. Jun 20, 1974) (NO. 28962) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 718 Murphy v. Murphy, 206 S.E.2d 458, 459+, 232 Ga. 352, 352+ (Ga. May 21, 1974) (NO. 28782) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 719 Bickford v. Nolen, 235 S.E.2d 743, 745, 142 Ga.App. 256, 258 (Ga.App. Apr 27, 1977) (NO. 53446) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 720 Nachtwey v. Doi, 583 P.2d 955, 959, 59 Haw. 430, 436 (Hawai'i Aug 16, 1978) (NO. 6329) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 721 Nelson v. Miwa, 1973 WL 20901, *1, 12 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1012, 1012 (Hawai'i Cir.Ct. Jun 06, 1973) (NO. 3036) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.)

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722 Bradbury v. Idaho Judicial Council, 28 P.3d 1006, 1011, 136 Idaho 63, 68 (Idaho Jul 10, 2001) (NO. 26361) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 723 General Telephone Co. of The Northwest, Inc. v. Idaho Public Utilities Com'n, 712 P.2d 643, 647+, 109 Idaho 942, 946+ (Idaho Jan 09, 1986) (NO. 15275, 3) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 724 Equal Water Rights Ass'n v. City of Coeur d'Alene, 715 P.2d 917, 925, 110 Idaho 247, 255 (Idaho Jul 11, 1985) (NO. 14920) (in dissent) 725 Murphey v. Murphey, 653 P.2d 441, 443, 103 Idaho 720, 722 (Idaho Oct 21, 1982) (NO. 13374) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 726 Sheppard v. State, Dept. of Employment, 650 P.2d 643, 646, 103 Idaho 501, 504 (Idaho Aug 26, 1982) (NO. 13737) 727 Ross v. Ross, 648 P.2d 1119, 1135, 103 Idaho 406, 422 (Idaho Apr 28, 1982) (NO. 12980, 13260, 13265) (in dissent) 728 Twin Falls Clinic & Hospital Bldg. Corp. v. Hamill, 644 P.2d 341, 346+, 103 Idaho 19, 24+ (Idaho Apr 27, 1982) (NO. 13546) 729 LePelley v. Grefenson, 614 P.2d 962, 967, 101 Idaho 422, 427 (Idaho Jul 28, 1980) (NO. 13102) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 730 Adams v. Department of Law Enforcement, 580 P.2d 858, 861+, 99 Idaho 255, 258+ (Idaho Jun 26, 1978) (NO. 12248) " (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 731 School Dist. No. 351 Oneida County v. Oneida Ed. Ass'n, 567 P.2d 830, 837, 98 Idaho 486, 493, 95 L.R.R.M. (BNA) 3244, 3244 (Idaho Jul 22, 1977) (NO. 12154, 12213) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 732 State ex rel. Andrus v. Click, 554 P.2d 969, 982, 97 Idaho 791, 804, 6 Envtl. L. Rep. 20,805, 20805 (Idaho Sep 24, 1976) (NO. 11926) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 733 Williams v. Paxton, 559 P.2d 1123, 1131+, 98 Idaho 155, 163+ (Idaho May 13, 1976) (NO. 11602) 734 Suter v. Suter, 546 P.2d 1169, 1175+, 97 Idaho 461, 467+, 83 A.L.R.3d 1283, 1283+ (Idaho Feb 26, 1976) (NO. 11788) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 735 Newlan v. State, 535 P.2d 1348, 1351, 96 Idaho 711, 714 (Idaho Apr 30, 1975) (NO. 11561, 11655) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 736 Dahl v. State Tax Commission, 525 P.2d 956, 956+, 96 Idaho 174, 174+ (Idaho Jul 26, 1974) (NO. 11515) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 737 Thompson v. Hagan, 523 P.2d 1365, 1367+, 96 Idaho 19, 21+ (Idaho Jun 26, 1974) (NO. 11413) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 738 State v. Ash, 493 P.2d 701, 705, 94 Idaho 542, 546 (Idaho Dec 30, 1971) (NO. 10723) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 739 Gem State Homes, Inc. v. Idaho Dept. of Health and Welfare, 740 P.2d 65, 72, 113 Idaho 23, 30, Med & Med GD (CCH) P 37,060, 37060 (Idaho App. Jun 24, 1987) (NO. 16415) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 740 State v. Reed, 686 P.2d 842, 850, 107 Idaho 162, 170 (Idaho App. Jul 31, 1984) (NO. 14825) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 741 Packard v. Joint School Dist. No. 171, 661 P.2d 770, 773+, 104 Idaho 604, 607+, 10 Ed. Law Rep. 808, 808+ (Idaho App. Apr 05, 1983) (NO. 14172) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 742 Estate of Hicks, 675 N.E.2d 89, 95, 221 Ill.Dec. 182, 188, 174 Ill.2d 433, 443 (Ill. Dec 19, 1996)

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(NO. 80604, 80677) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 743 Nevitt v. Langfelder, 623 N.E.2d 281, 285, 191 Ill.Dec. 36, 40, 157 Ill.2d 116, 124 (Ill. Sep 23, 1993) (NO. 74405) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 744 Seifert v. Standard Paving Co., 355 N.E.2d 537, 540, 64 Ill.2d 109, 118 (Ill. Sep 20, 1976) (NO. 47262) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 745 People v. McCalvin, 302 N.E.2d 342, 346, 55 Ill.2d 161, 167 (Ill. Oct 01, 1973) (NO. 44839) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 746 Matter of Estate of Webster, 574 N.E.2d 245, 250, 214 Ill.App.3d 1014, 1020, 158 Ill.Dec. 451, 456 (Ill.App. 1 Dist. Jun 07, 1991) (NO. 1-90-2605) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 747 Satellink of Chicago, Inc. v. City of Chicago, 523 N.E.2d 13, 16, 168 Ill.App.3d 689, 695, 119 Ill.Dec. 545, 548 (Ill.App. 1 Dist. Mar 29, 1988) (NO. 86-2772) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 748 Snappy Car Rental, Chicago, Inc. v. Department of Revenue, 497 N.E.2d 840, 841, 146 Ill.App.3d 1028, 1031, 100 Ill.Dec. 662, 663 (Ill.App. 4 Dist. Sep 03, 1986) (NO. 4-86-0080) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 749 Bland v. Department of Children & Family Services, 490 N.E.2d 1327, 1330, 141 Ill.App.3d 818, 821, 96 Ill.Dec. 122, 125 (Ill.App. 3 Dist. Mar 06, 1986) (NO. 3-85-0110) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 750 People v. Polachek, 470 N.E.2d 584, 587, 128 Ill.App.3d 200, 204, 83 Ill.Dec. 458, 461 (Ill.App. 1 Dist. Oct 24, 1984) (NO. 83-1183) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 751 Aldridge v. Boys, 424 N.E.2d 886, 889, 98 Ill.App.3d 803, 808, 54 Ill.Dec. 136, 139 (Ill.App. 4 Dist. Jul 28, 1981) (NO. 16915) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 752 Petrie v. Illinois High School Ass'n, 394 N.E.2d 855, 865, 75 Ill.App.3d 980, 994, 31 Ill.Dec. 653, 663 (Ill.App. 4 Dist. Sep 06, 1979) (NO. 15362) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 753 People v. Zahn, 390 N.E.2d 93, 96, 71 Ill.App.3d 585, 588, 28 Ill.Dec. 111, 114 (Ill.App. 1 Dist. Apr 26, 1979) (NO. 78-213, 78-418) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 754 Lawrie v. Department of Public Aid, 360 N.E.2d 527, 534, 46 Ill.App.3d 23, 32, 4 Ill.Dec. 591, 598 (Ill.App. 1 Dist. Feb 10, 1977) (NO. 62623) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 755 People v. Williams, 336 N.E.2d 26, 29+, 32 Ill.App.3d 547, 549+ (Ill.App. 1 Dist. Sep 16, 1975) (NO. 60756) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 756 Occhino v. Illinois Liquor Control Commission, 329 N.E.2d 353, 355+, 28 Ill.App.3d 967, 969+ (Ill.App. 1 Dist. May 14, 1975) (NO. 60613) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 757 People v. Boyer, 321 N.E.2d 312, 315, 24 Ill.App.3d 671, 675 (Ill.App. 4 Dist. Dec 05, 1974) (NO. 12389) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 758 Reilly v. Robertson, 360 N.E.2d 171, 175+, 266 Ind. 29, 36+, 14 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 852, 852+, 13 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 11,626, 11626+ (Ind. Feb 22, 1977) (NO. 376 S 92) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 759 Haas v. South Bend Community School Corp., 289 N.E.2d 495, 498, 259 Ind. 515, 522 (Ind. Nov 27, 1972) (NO. 1071S309) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 760 Wilson v. State, 278 N.E.2d 569, 573, 258 Ind. 3, 10 (Ind. Feb 23, 1972) (NO. 1070S253) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 761 Montgomery v. Estate of Montgomery, 677 N.E.2d 571, 580+ (Ind.App. Mar 05, 1997) (NO. 75A03-9604-CV-133) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 762 Hines v. Caston School Corp., 651 N.E.2d 330, 340, 63 USLW 2799, 2799, 101 Ed. Law Rep.

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392, 392 (Ind.App. Jun 08, 1995) (NO. 25A05-9401-CV-22) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 763 Crider v. Crider, 635 N.E.2d 204, 210 (Ind.App. 2 Dist. Jun 13, 1994) (NO. 79A02-9209-CV-459) 764 Browder v. Harmeyer, 453 N.E.2d 301, 306 (Ind.App. 4 Dist. Aug 31, 1983) (NO. 4-882 A 257) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 765 Kinslow v. Cook, 333 N.E.2d 819, 821, 165 Ind.App. 623, 626 (Ind.App. 1 Dist. Sep 08, 1975) (NO. 1-1274A184) 766 Heminger v. Police Commission of City of Fort Wayne, 314 N.E.2d 827, 832, 161 Ind.App. 72, 78 (Ind.App. 3 Dist. Jul 29, 1974) (NO. 3-473A45) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 767 Petition of Hauptly, 294 N.E.2d 833, 834 (Ind.App. 3 Dist. Apr 18, 1973) (NO. 3-1272A90) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 768 Indiana Alcoholic Beverage Commission v. Chinn, 293 N.E.2d 520, 522, 155 Ind.App. 570, 573 (Ind.App. 1 Dist. Mar 22, 1973) (NO. 2-772A36) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 769 Sturrup v. Mahan, 290 N.E.2d 64, 67 (Ind.App. 3 Dist. Dec 13, 1972) (NO. 172A33) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 770 Britt v. Sears, 277 N.E.2d 20, 25, 150 Ind.App. 487, 494 (Ind.App. 2 Div. Dec 29, 1971) (NO. 371A41) 771 A---. B---. v. C---. D---., 277 N.E.2d 599, 612, 150 Ind.App. 535, 554 (Ind.App. 2 Div. Dec 29, 1971) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 772 State v. Mitchell, 757 N.W.2d 431, 436 (Iowa Nov 14, 2008) (NO. 07-0438) " 773 State v. Wade, 757 N.W.2d 618, 624+ (Iowa Nov 14, 2008) (NO. 07-0703) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 774 State v. Ceaser, 585 N.W.2d 192, 199 (Iowa Sep 23, 1998) (NO. 175, 97-1754) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 775 MRM, Inc. v. City of Davenport, 290 N.W.2d 338, 342 (Iowa Mar 19, 1980) (NO. 62886) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 776 State v. Pilcher, 242 N.W.2d 348, 364 (Iowa May 19, 1976) (NO. 57756) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 777 Catholic Charities of Archdiocese of Dubuque v. Zalesky, 232 N.W.2d 539, 545 (Iowa Aug 29, 1975) (NO. 2-56720) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 778 Keasling v. Thompson, 217 N.W.2d 687, 701+ (Iowa Apr 24, 1974) (NO. 56364) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 779 State v. Jorgensen, 785 N.W.2d 708, 714 (Iowa App. Jul 22, 2009) (NO. 08-0916) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 780 In Interest of R.E., 462 N.W.2d 723, 727 (Iowa App. Sep 26, 1990) (NO. 90-574) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 781 In re Weisgerber, 169 P.3d 321, 328, 285 Kan. 98, 106 (Kan. Oct 26, 2007) (NO. 96,550) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 782 State v. Voyles, 160 P.3d 794, 807, 284 Kan. 239, 258 (Kan. Jun 22, 2007) (NO. 92,030) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 783 Stephenson v. Sugar Creek Packing, 830 P.2d 41, 46+, 250 Kan. 768, 775+, 60 USLW 2665, 2665+ (Kan. Apr 10, 1992) (NO. 67,056) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.)

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784 Farley v. Engelken, 740 P.2d 1058, 1063, 241 Kan. 663, 669, 56 USLW 2060, 2060, 74 A.L.R.4th 1, 1 (Kan. Jul 17, 1987) (NO. 59,314, 59,338, 59,591) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 785 Wentling v. Medical Anesthesia Services, P.A., 701 P.2d 939, 953+, 237 Kan. 503, 521+ (Kan. Jun 21, 1985) (NO. 56,984) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 786 Burriss v. Northern Assur. Co. of America, 691 P.2d 10, 13, 236 Kan. 326, 329 (Kan. Nov 30, 1984) (NO. 56331) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 787 State v. Sherry, 667 P.2d 367, 376+, 233 Kan. 920, 930+ (Kan. Jul 15, 1983) (NO. 55116) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 788 Matter of Adoption of Baby Boy L., 643 P.2d 168, 184, 231 Kan. 199, 218 (Kan. Apr 03, 1982) (NO. 53592) (in dissent) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 789 State ex rel. Schneider v. Liggett, 576 P.2d 221, 227+, 223 Kan. 610, 617+ (Kan. Mar 10, 1978) (NO. 49446) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 790 Estate of Baker, 563 P.2d 431, 434+, 222 Kan. 127, 130+ (Kan. Apr 09, 1977) (NO. 48401) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 791 Brown v. Wichita State University, 547 P.2d 1015, 1026+, 219 Kan. 2, 14+ (Kan. Mar 06, 1976) (NO. 47363) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 792 State v. Boone, 543 P.2d 945, 951+, 218 Kan. 482, 489+ (Kan. Dec 13, 1975) (NO. 47960) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 793 Manzanares v. Bell, 522 P.2d 1291, 1308+, 214 Kan. 589, 609+ (Kan. May 07, 1974) (NO. 47412) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 794 Henry v. Bauder, 518 P.2d 362, 364, 213 Kan. 751, 753 (Kan. Jan 26, 1974) (NO. 47101) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 795 Leiker v. Employment Sec. Bd. of Review, 659 P.2d 236, 240, 8 Kan.App.2d 379, 383 (Kan.App. Feb 24, 1983) (NO. 54,243) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 796 Brown v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., 599 P.2d 1031, 1036, 3 Kan.App.2d 648, 653 (Kan.App. Sep 21, 1979) (NO. 50937) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 797 Com., Alcoholic Beverage Control Bd. v. Burke, 481 S.W.2d 52, 54, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 756, 756, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7814, 7814 (Ky. May 12, 1972) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 798 Bowlin v. Thomas, 548 S.W.2d 515, 518 (Ky.App. Jan 21, 1977) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 799 Albright v. Southern Trace Country Club Of Shreveport, Inc., 879 So.2d 121, 124, 2003-3413 (La. 7/6/04), 3 (La. Jul 06, 2004) (NO. 03-C-3413) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 800 Sibley v. Board of Sup'rs of Louisiana State University, 477 So.2d 1094, 1105+ (La. Sep 18, 1985) (NO. 84-C-0571) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 801 Sibley v. Board of Sup'rs of Louisiana State University, 462 So.2d 149, 155, 53 USLW 2384, 2384 (La. Jan 14, 1985) (NO. 84-C-0571) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 802 Detraz v. Fontana, 416 So.2d 1291, 1295 (La. Jul 02, 1982) (NO. 81-C-3033) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 803 Lovell v. Lovell, 378 So.2d 418, 420 (La. Dec 13, 1979) (NO. 65455) 804 State v. Fuller, 377 So.2d 335, 336, 14 A.L.R.4th 711, 711 (La. Nov 12, 1979) (NO. 64869) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 805 State v. Nettles, 375 So.2d 1339, 1342 (La. Oct 08, 1979) (NO. 64358, 64359) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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806 State v. Bradley, 360 So.2d 858, 861 (La. Jun 19, 1978) (NO. 61549) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 807 Corpus Christi Parish Credit Union v. Martin, 358 So.2d 295, 298+ (La. Apr 10, 1978) (NO. 61739) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 808 Loyacano v. Loyacano, 358 So.2d 304, 307+ (La. Jan 30, 1978) (NO. 59688) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 809 Williams v. Williams, 331 So.2d 438, 440 (La. Mar 29, 1976) (NO. 56805) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 810 Chabert v. Louisiana High School Athletic Ass'n, 323 So.2d 774, 779 (La. Dec 08, 1975) (NO. 56455) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 811 Smith v. Louisiana Sweet Potato Advertisement and Development Commission, 262 So.2d 371, 376, 262 La. 64, 76 (La. May 01, 1972) (NO. 51698) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 812 Estes v. Estes, 258 So.2d 857, 862, 261 La. 20, 34 (La. Feb 21, 1972) (NO. 51300) " (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 813 Oettinger v. Oettinger, 463 So.2d 875, 878 (La.App. 2 Cir. Jan 23, 1985) (NO. 16,720-CA) 814 Collins v. Division of Foster Care, Jefferson Parish, Family Division, 377 So.2d 1266, 1269 (La.App. 4 Cir. Sep 11, 1979) (NO. 10065) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 815 Kirsch v. Parker, 375 So.2d 693, 699 (La.App. 4 Cir. Aug 10, 1979) (NO. 10054) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 816 Phillips v. Nereaux, 357 So.2d 813, 819 (La.App. 1 Cir. Feb 13, 1978) (NO. 11739) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 817 Whitt v. Vauthier, 316 So.2d 202, 204, 85 A.L.R.3d 930, 930 (La.App. 4 Cir. Jul 08, 1975) (NO. 6845) 818 Primeaux v. Libersat, 307 So.2d 740, 744+ (La.App. 3 Cir. Jan 23, 1975) (NO. 4754) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 819 English v. New England Medical Center, Inc., 541 N.E.2d 329, 332, 405 Mass. 423, 428 (Mass. Jul 20, 1989) (NO. S-5015) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 820 Paro v. Longwood Hospital, 369 N.E.2d 985, 988, 373 Mass. 645, 649 (Mass. Nov 16, 1977) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 821 Com. v. Morgan, 339 N.E.2d 723, 727, 369 Mass. 332, 337 (Mass. Dec 23, 1975) 822 Com. v. Olivo, 337 N.E.2d 904, 911, 369 Mass. 62, 72 (Mass. Nov 10, 1975) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 823 Com. v. MacKenzie, 334 N.E.2d 613, 615+, 368 Mass. 613, 616+ (Mass. Sep 22, 1975) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 824 House v. House, 330 N.E.2d 152, 154, 368 Mass. 120, 122 (Mass. Jun 11, 1975) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 825 Black v. School Committee of Malden, 310 N.E.2d 330, 339+, 365 Mass. 197, 209+, 8 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 132, 132+, 8 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9659, 9659+ (Mass. Apr 26, 1974) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 826 Green v. Commissioner of Corporations and Taxation, 305 N.E.2d 92, 95, 364 Mass. 389, 394, 82 A.L.R.3d 1268, 1268 (Mass. Dec 13, 1973) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 827 DuPont v. Wyzanski, 2004 WL 2550430, *2, 18 Mass.L.Rptr. 395, 395 (Mass.Super. Aug 16, 2004) (NO. 965187C) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 828 Conaway v. Deane, 932 A.2d 571, 595+, 401 Md. 219, 259+ (Md. Sep 18, 2007) (NO. 44 SEPT.TERM 2006) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 829 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. v. Coupard, 499 A.2d 178, 184, 304 Md. 340, 350 (Md. Oct 23,

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1985) (NO. 12 SEPT. TERM 1985) 830 Condore v. Prince George's County, 425 A.2d 1011, 1017, 289 Md. 516, 527 (Md. Feb 19, 1981) (NO. 6) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 831 Massage Parlors, Inc. v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 398 A.2d 52, 56, 284 Md. 490, 496 (Md. Feb 23, 1979) (NO. 19) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 832 Aero Motors, Inc. v. Administrator, Motor Vehicle Administration, 337 A.2d 685, 693, 274 Md. 567, 577 (Md. May 06, 1975) (NO. 105) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 833 Bowie Inn, Inc. v. City of Bowie, 335 A.2d 679, 686+, 274 Md. 230, 241+, 7 ERC 2083, 2083+, 73 A.L.R.3d 1079, 1079+ (Md. Mar 24, 1975) (NO. 58) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 834 Maryland State Bd. of Barber Examiners v. Kuhn, 312 A.2d 216, 222+, 270 Md. 496, 507+ (Md. Dec 05, 1973) (NO. 90) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 835 Wheeler v. State, 370 A.2d 602, 605, 35 Md.App. 372, 375, 2 Media L. Rep. 1871, 1871 (Md.App. Mar 16, 1977) (NO. 725) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 836 Brooks v. State, 330 A.2d 670, 672, 24 Md.App. 334, 338 (Md.App. Jan 16, 1975) (NO. 331) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 837 Minner v. Minner, 310 A.2d 208, 212, 19 Md.App. 154, 160 (Md.App. Oct 23, 1973) (NO. 94) 838 State v. Rundlett, 391 A.2d 815, 817 (Me. Sep 20, 1978) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 839 Beal v. Beal, 388 A.2d 72, 74 (Me. Jun 23, 1978) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 840 In re Estate of Miltenberger, 753 N.W.2d 219, 228+, 482 Mich. 901, 911+ (Mich. Jul 31, 2008) (NO. 133847) 841 Frame v. Nehls, 550 N.W.2d 739, 756+, 452 Mich. 171, 211+ (Mich. Jul 03, 1996) (NO. 102139) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 842 People v. Johnson, 398 N.W.2d 219, 224, 427 Mich. 98, 111 (Mich. Dec 26, 1986) (NO. 75775) 843 People v. Gilbert, 324 N.W.2d 834, 848, 414 Mich. 191, 222 (Mich. Sep 28, 1982) (NO. 64147, CALENDAR 6) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 844 People v. McDonald, 293 N.W.2d 588, 592, 409 Mich. 110, 122 (Mich. Jun 24, 1980) (NO. 62077, CALENDAR 1) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 845 Estate of Kasuba, 258 N.W.2d 731, 735, 401 Mich. 560, 569 (Mich. Oct 24, 1977) (NO. 17) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 846 Cruz v. Chevrolet Grey Iron, Division of General Motors Corp., 247 N.W.2d 764, 777, 398 Mich. 117, 151 (Mich. Dec 07, 1976) (NO. 11 MAY TERM 1975) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 847 Manistee Bank & Trust Co. v. McGowan, 232 N.W.2d 636, 641+, 394 Mich. 655, 670+ (Mich. Sep 08, 1975) (NO. 8) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 848 Alexander v. City of Detroit, 219 N.W.2d 41, 47, 392 Mich. 30, 44 (Mich. Jun 25, 1974) (NO. 10, 9) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 849 Walsh v. Walsh, 2001 WL 865084, *3+ (Mich.App. Jul 31, 2001) (NO. 222434) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 850 Matter of Estate of Jurek, 428 N.W.2d 774, 776+, 170 Mich.App. 778, 782+ (Mich.App. Aug 17, 1988) (NO. 99748) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 851 Deepdale Memorial Gardens v. Administrative Secretary of Cemetery Regulations, 426 N.W.2d 785, 788+, 169 Mich.App. 705, 710+ (Mich.App. Jul 05, 1988) (NO. 98754) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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852 Village Green of Lansing v. Board of Water and Light, 377 N.W.2d 401, 405, 145 Mich.App. 379, 387 (Mich.App. Sep 03, 1985) (NO. 79387) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 853 Department of Civil Rights v. Beznos Corp., 336 N.W.2d 494, 497, 125 Mich.App. 500, 507 (Mich.App. May 04, 1983) (NO. 62753) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 854 Charter Tp. of Delta v. Dinolfo, 308 N.W.2d 437, 439, 106 Mich.App. 1, 5 (Mich.App. Apr 23, 1981) (NO. 52162) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 855 Dempsey v. Dempsey, 292 N.W.2d 549, 552, 96 Mich.App. 276, 285 (Mich.App. Mar 18, 1980) (NO. 44759) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 856 Michigan State Employees Ass'n v. Michigan Employment Sec. Commission, 290 N.W.2d 729, 733, 94 Mich.App. 677, 686 (Mich.App. Jan 09, 1980) (NO. 78-4096) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 857 Bretz v. City of Center Line, 276 N.W.2d 617, 618, 88 Mich.App. 451, 453 (Mich.App. Feb 06, 1979) (NO. 78-284) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 858 Struble v. Detroit Auto. Inter-Insurance Exchange, 272 N.W.2d 617, 622, 86 Mich.App. 245, 254 (Mich.App. Oct 03, 1978) (NO. 77-4250) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 859 People v. McDonald, 272 N.W.2d 179, 181+, 86 Mich.App. 5, 10+ (Mich.App. Sep 21, 1978) (NO. 77-1294) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 860 Muzar v. Metro Town Houses, Inc., 266 N.W.2d 850, 853, 82 Mich.App. 368, 373 (Mich.App. Apr 04, 1978) (NO. 77-1434, 77-1435) 861 McKendrick v. Petrucci, 247 N.W.2d 349, 351+, 71 Mich.App. 200, 205+ (Mich.App. Sep 08, 1976) (NO. 25639) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 862 O'Donnell v. State Farm Mut. Auto. Ins. Co., 245 N.W.2d 801, 807, 70 Mich.App. 487, 503 (Mich.App. Aug 04, 1976) (NO. 25429) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 863 International Union of Civil Rights and Social Service Emp. v. Michigan Civil Service Com'n, 226 N.W.2d 550, 553, 57 Mich.App. 526, 531, 88 L.R.R.M. (BNA) 3512, 3512 (Mich.App. Jan 08, 1975) (NO. 19015) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 864 Kriger v. South Oakland County Mut. Aid Pact, 211 N.W.2d 228, 231, 49 Mich.App. 7, 11 (Mich.App. Aug 28, 1973) (NO. 14291) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 865 People v. Andrea, 210 N.W.2d 474, 477, 48 Mich.App. 310, 314 (Mich.App. Jul 23, 1973) (NO. 12285) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 866 Katz v. Katz, 408 N.W.2d 835, 843 (Minn. Jul 02, 1987) (NO. C4-85-1381) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 867 Striebel v. Minnesota State High School League, 321 N.W.2d 400, 403, 5 Ed. Law Rep. 245, 245 (Minn. Jul 09, 1982) (NO. 51940, 52042) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 868 State on Behalf of Forslund v. Bronson, 305 N.W.2d 748, 750 (Minn. Jan 16, 1981) (NO. 50789) 869 Dependents of Ondler v. Peace Officers Ben. Fund, 289 N.W.2d 486, 489 (Minn. Jan 04, 1980) (NO. 49704) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 870 State ex rel. Taylor v. Schoen, 273 N.W.2d 612, 619 (Minn. Sep 22, 1978) (NO. 48240) 871 R.B. v. C.S., 536 N.W.2d 634, 637 (Minn.App. Aug 29, 1995) (NO. CX-95-365, CX-95-527) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 872 Wengler v. Druggists Mut. Ins. Co., 583 S.W.2d 162, 166+, 20 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 30,159, 30159+ (Mo. Jun 27, 1979) (NO. 60442) HN: 1 (S.Ct.)

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873 Dixon v. Davis, 521 S.W.2d 442, 444 (Mo. Mar 10, 1975) (NO. 58484) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 874 O'Dell v. School Dist. of Independence, 521 S.W.2d 403, 409 (Mo. Mar 10, 1975) (NO. 57474) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 875 State v. Ewing, 518 S.W.2d 643, 647 (Mo. Jan 13, 1975) (NO. 58299) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 876 First Sav. Bank, F.S.B. v. Whitley, 751 S.W.2d 60, 62 (Mo.App. W.D. Dec 08, 1987) (NO. WD 39559) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 877 Williams v. Williams, 498 S.W.2d 585, 588+ (Mo.App. Jul 17, 1973) (NO. 34899) " HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 878 Mack T. Anderson Ins. Agency, Inc. v. City of Belgrade, 803 P.2d 648, 653, 246 Mont. 112, 120 (Mont. Dec 20, 1990) (NO. 90-238) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 879 Matter of Kinyon's Estate, 615 P.2d 174, 176, 189 Mont. 76, 79 (Mont. Jul 22, 1980) (NO. 79-87) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 880 Cutone v. Anaconda Deer Lodge, 610 P.2d 691, 696, 187 Mont. 515, 524 (Mont. Apr 09, 1980) (NO. 14768) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 881 State v. Craig, 545 P.2d 649, 653, 169 Mont. 150, 156 (Mont. Jan 19, 1976) (NO. 13034) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 882 Dunn v. Pate, 431 S.E.2d 178, 181+, 334 N.C. 115, 120+ (N.C. Jul 02, 1993) (NO. 170PA92) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 883 State v. Wilson, 250 S.E.2d 621, 629, 296 N.C. 298, 311, 99 A.L.R.3d 115, 115 (N.C. Jan 04, 1979) (NO. 38) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 884 Lea v. Grier, 577 S.E.2d 411, 416, 156 N.C.App. 503, 510, 174 Ed. Law Rep. 778, 778 (N.C.App. Mar 18, 2003) (NO. COA02-538) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 885 Perry v. Perry, 341 S.E.2d 53, 56, 80 N.C.App. 169, 173 (N.C.App. Apr 01, 1986) (NO. 857SC382) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 886 Dixon v. Peters, 306 S.E.2d 477, 483, 63 N.C.App. 592, 602, 13 Ed. Law Rep. 533, 533 (N.C.App. Sep 06, 1983) (NO. 8214SC754) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 887 Smith v. Keator, 203 S.E.2d 411, 417+, 21 N.C.App. 102, 108+, 7 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1312, 1312+, 8 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9453, 9453+ (N.C.App. Mar 20, 1974) (NO. 7412SC147) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 888 Sack v. Sack, 711 N.W.2d 157, 162, 2006 ND 57, 57 (N.D. Mar 29, 2006) (NO. 20050167) (in dissent) 889 City of Mandan v. Fern, 501 N.W.2d 739, 746 (N.D. Jun 16, 1993) (NO. CRIM 920274) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 890 City of Grand Forks v. Grand Forks Herald, Inc., 307 N.W.2d 572, 576, 27 A.L.R.4th 667, 667 (N.D. Jun 25, 1981) (NO. CIV. 9889) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 891 Benson v. North Dakota Workmen's Compensation Bureau, 283 N.W.2d 96, 117 (N.D. Jul 16, 1979) (NO. CIV. 9238-A) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 892 State v. Knoefler, 279 N.W.2d 658, 661 (N.D. May 24, 1979) (NO. CR 671) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 893 Bingert v. Bingert, 247 N.W.2d 464, 468+ (N.D. Nov 19, 1976) (NO. CIV. 9214) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 894 Shoecraft v. Catholic Social Services Bureau, Inc., 385 N.W.2d 448, 453, 222 Neb. 574, 581

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(Neb. Apr 25, 1986) (NO. 85-657) " (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 895 State ex rel. Rogers v. Swanson, 219 N.W.2d 726, 737, 192 Neb. 125, 143 (Neb. Jun 20, 1974) (NO. 39032) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 896 Salaiscooper v. Eighth Judicial Dist. Court ex rel. County of Clark, 34 P.3d 509, 517, 117 Nev. 892, 904 (Nev. Nov 15, 2001) (NO. 38296) 897 DeRosa v. First Judicial Dist. Court of State ex rel. Carson City, 985 P.2d 157, 164+, 115 Nev. 225, 236+ (Nev. Aug 27, 1999) (NO. 31666, 32319) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 898 Armijo v. State, 904 P.2d 1028, 1029, 111 Nev. 1303, 1304 (Nev. Nov 01, 1995) (NO. 26502) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 899 Oueilhe v. Lovell, 560 P.2d 1348, 1349, 93 Nev. 111, 114 (Nev. Mar 09, 1977) (NO. 8727) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 900 Laakonen v. Eighth Judicial Dist. Court In and For Clark County, 538 P.2d 574, 575+, 91 Nev. 506, 509+ (Nev. Jul 31, 1975) (NO. 7654) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 901 City of Dover v. Imperial Cas. & Indem. Co., 575 A.2d 1280, 1288, 133 N.H. 109, 122 (N.H. Apr 30, 1990) (NO. 89-006) " (in dissent) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 902 Carson v. Maurer, 424 A.2d 825, 831, 120 N.H. 925, 932, 12 A.L.R.4th 1, 1 (N.H. Dec 31, 1980) (NO. 80-017, 80-099, 80-136, 80-191, 80-252, 80-273, 80-291) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 903 State v. Scoville, 304 A.2d 366, 369, 113 N.H. 161, 163 (N.H. Apr 30, 1973) (NO. 6373) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 904 Peters v. University of N. H., 289 A.2d 396, 397, 112 N.H. 120, 121 (N.H. Mar 31, 1972) (NO. 6363) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 905 Matthews v. City of Atlantic City, 417 A.2d 1011, 1019+, 84 N.J. 153, 167+ (N.J. Jul 30, 1980) (NO. 092680) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 906 Jersey Shore Medical Center-Fitkin Hospital v. Baum's Estate, 417 A.2d 1003, 1007, 84 N.J. 137, 146, 11 A.L.R.4th 1147, 1147 (N.J. Jul 02, 1980) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 907 In re Guardianship Services Regulations, 486 A.2d 888, 898, 198 N.J.Super. 132, 150 (N.J.Super.A.D. Dec 31, 1984) (NO. A-1205-83T3) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 908 Domenick v. Director, Division of Taxation, 422 A.2d 443, 448, 176 N.J.Super. 121, 129 (N.J.Super.A.D. Oct 22, 1980) (NO. A-4029-78) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 909 Trantino v. Department of Corrections, 402 A.2d 947, 951, 168 N.J.Super. 220, 227 (N.J.Super.A.D. May 15, 1979) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 910 M.D. v. A.S.L., 646 A.2d 543, 544, 275 N.J.Super. 530, 533 (N.J.Super.Ch. Feb 04, 1994) (NO. FD 13-001317 94B) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 911 Matter of Baby M., 525 A.2d 1128, 1165, 217 N.J.Super. 313, 388, 55 USLW 2544, 2544 (N.J.Super.Ch. Mar 31, 1987) (NO. FM-25314-86E) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 912 Palagonia v. City of Newark, 361 A.2d 581, 582+, 142 N.J.Super. 363, 366+ (N.J.Super.Ch. Jun 01, 1976) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 913 Arcell v. Ashland Chemical Co., Inc., 378 A.2d 53, 67, 152 N.J.Super. 471, 498 (N.J.Super.L. Jul 14, 1977) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 914 Chester Borough v. World Challenge, Inc., 14 N.J.Tax 20, 29+ (N.J.Tax Apr 06, 1994) (NO. 011638-92) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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915 Estate of Darrin v. Taxation Div. Director, 9 N.J.Tax 419, 423+ (N.J.Tax Nov 24, 1987) (NO. 14-24-1477-86IT) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 916 Richardson v. Carnegie Library Restaurant, Inc., 763 P.2d 1153, 1159+, 107 N.M. 688, 694+, 57 USLW 2256, 2256+, 78 A.L.R.4th 513, 513+ (N.M. Oct 18, 1988) (NO. 17,432) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 917 State v. Pothier, 721 P.2d 1294, 1299, 104 N.M. 363, 368 (N.M. Jun 23, 1986) (NO. 16,008, 16,009) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 918 McGeehan v. Bunch, 540 P.2d 238, 240, 88 N.M. 308, 310 (N.M. Sep 23, 1975) (NO. 10223) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 919 Garcia v. Albuquerque Public Schools Bd. of Ed., 622 P.2d 699, 706, 95 N.M. 391, 398 (N.M.App. Jun 10, 1980) (NO. 4346) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 920 State v. Villalpando, 521 P.2d 1034, 1035+, 86 N.M. 193, 194+ (N.M.App. Feb 27, 1974) (NO. 1333) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 921 People v. Liberta, 485 N.Y.S.2d 207, 213, 474 N.E.2d 567, 573, 64 N.Y.2d 152, 163, 53 USLW 2347, 2347 (N.Y. Dec 20, 1984) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 922 Weissman v. Evans, 452 N.Y.S.2d 864, 867, 438 N.E.2d 397, 400, 56 N.Y.2d 458, 466 (N.Y. Jul 02, 1982) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 923 Schulman v. New York City Health & Hospital Corp., 379 N.Y.S.2d 702, 714, 342 N.E.2d 501, 510, 38 N.Y.2d 234, 249 (N.Y. Dec 04, 1975) (in dissent) 924 In re Adoption of Malpica-Orsini, 370 N.Y.S.2d 511, 515, 331 N.E.2d 486, 489, 36 N.Y.2d 568, 571 (N.Y. May 08, 1975) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 925 Abrams v. Bronstein, 354 N.Y.S.2d 926, 930, 310 N.E.2d 528, 531, 33 N.Y.2d 488, 493 (N.Y. Mar 27, 1974) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 926 Sontag v. Bronstein, 351 N.Y.S.2d 389, 392, 306 N.E.2d 405, 407, 33 N.Y.2d 197, 201, 7 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 361, 361, 7 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9046, 9046 (N.Y. Nov 15, 1973) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 927 A. v. City of New York, 335 N.Y.S.2d 33, 36+, 286 N.E.2d 432, 434+, 31 N.Y.2d 83, 88+ (N.Y. Jul 07, 1972) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 928 Langan v. St. Vincent's Hosp. of New York, 802 N.Y.S.2d 476, 486, 25 A.D.3d 90, 104, 2005 N.Y. Slip Op. 07495, 07495 (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Oct 11, 2005) (NO. 11618/02, 2003-04702) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 929 D'Amico v. Crosson, 649 N.Y.S.2d 266, 268, 226 A.D.2d 34, 36 (N.Y.A.D. 4 Dept. Nov 08, 1996) (NO. 1334) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 930 Gambardella v. County of Nassau, 562 N.Y.S.2d 709, 710, 168 A.D.2d 421, 422 (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Dec 03, 1990) (NO. 428E) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 931 Linda R. v. Richard E., 561 N.Y.S.2d 29, 32, 162 A.D.2d 48, 53, 59 USLW 2327, 2327 (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Oct 01, 1990) (NO. 90-00199, 90-01642) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 932 Weissman v. Bellacosa, 517 N.Y.S.2d 734, 737, 129 A.D.2d 189, 192 (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Jun 29, 1987) (NO. 324E) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 933 Doctors Council v. New York City Employees' Retirement System, 514 N.Y.S.2d 922, 929, 127 A.D.2d 380, 392 (N.Y.A.D. 1 Dept. May 05, 1987) (NO. 28238) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 934 Kendall v. Evans, 510 N.Y.S.2d 910, 911, 126 A.D.2d 703, 705 (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Jan 26, 1987)

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(NO. 1465 E) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 935 Slewett & Farber v. Board of Assessors, 438 N.Y.S.2d 544, 559+, 80 A.D.2d 186, 206+ (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Apr 08, 1981) (NO. 1253, 1254) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 936 People v. Dozier, 424 N.Y.S.2d 1010, 1012+, 72 A.D.2d 478, 480+ (N.Y.A.D. 1 Dept. Feb 14, 1980) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 937 Carey v. New York State Human Rights Appeal Bd., 402 N.Y.S.2d 207, 209, 61 A.D.2d 804, 805, 30 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 721, 721, 17 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8445, 8445 (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Feb 14, 1978) (NO. 190E) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 938 Carter v. Carter, 397 N.Y.S.2d 88, 91+, 58 A.D.2d 438, 443+ (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Jul 25, 1977) 939 Bauer v. Bauer, 390 N.Y.S.2d 209, 211+, 55 A.D.2d 895, 897+ (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Jan 03, 1977) HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 940 Town of Pompey v. Parker, 385 N.Y.S.2d 959, 964, 53 A.D.2d 125, 130 (N.Y.A.D. 4 Dept. Jul 02, 1976) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 941 Passante v. Walden Printing Co., 385 N.Y.S.2d 178, 179, 53 A.D.2d 8, 10 (N.Y.A.D. 3 Dept. Jul 01, 1976) " 942 Kiwanis Club of Great Neck, Inc. v. Board of Trustees of Kiwanis Intern., 383 N.Y.S.2d 383, 389, 52 A.D.2d 906, 912 (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. May 17, 1976) (in dissent) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 943 People v. Santiago, 379 N.Y.S.2d 843, 857, 51 A.D.2d 1, 15 (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Dec 31, 1975) " (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 944 Fomenko v. Fomenko, 374 N.Y.S.2d 882, 885, 50 A.D.2d 712, 712 (N.Y.A.D. 4 Dept. Nov 06, 1975) 945 Board of Ed. of Union Free School Dist. No. 2, East Williston, Town of North Hempstead, Nassau County v. New York State Division of Human Rights, 345 N.Y.S.2d 93, 97+, 42 A.D.2d 49, 52+, 6 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 349, 349+, 6 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8713, 8713+ (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Jun 25, 1973) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 946 Phillips v. State Human Rights Appeal Bd., 341 N.Y.S.2d 454, 456, 41 A.D.2d 710, 711, 5 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1075, 1075, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8649, 8649 (N.Y.A.D. 1 Dept. Mar 08, 1973) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 947 People v. Smith, 411 N.Y.S.2d 146, 149, 97 Misc.2d 115, 118 (N.Y.Co.Ct. Nov 21, 1978) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 948 People v. Illardo, 411 N.Y.S.2d 142, 145+, 97 Misc.2d 294, 299+ (N.Y.Co.Ct. Nov 15, 1978) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 949 People v. Reilly, 381 N.Y.S.2d 732, 737+, 85 Misc.2d 702, 705+ (N.Y.Co.Ct. Jan 15, 1976) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 950 People v. D'Arcy, 359 N.Y.S.2d 453, 458+, 79 Misc.2d 113, 117+ (N.Y.Co.Ct. Aug 29, 1974) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 951 Countryman v. Schmitt, 673 N.Y.S.2d 521, 530, 176 Misc.2d 736, 747, 1998 N.Y. Slip Op. 98176, 98176 (N.Y.Sup. Feb 05, 1998) (NO. 95/3640, 98-176) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 952 Friends Academy v. Section VIII of New York State Public High School Athletic Ass'n, Inc., 588 N.Y.S.2d 525, 531, 154 Misc.2d 1, 9, 77 Ed. Law Rep. 1236, 1236 (N.Y.Sup. Jul 23, 1992) (NO. 2987) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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953 People v. S.R., 517 N.Y.S.2d 864, 866+, 136 Misc.2d 54, 57+ (N.Y.Sup. Jun 19, 1987) (NO. 7470, 85) 954 People v. Moore, 495 N.Y.S.2d 564, 568, 130 Misc.2d 154, 160 (N.Y.Sup. Oct 23, 1985) (NO. 6158, 956/84) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 955 People v. Castro, 464 N.Y.S.2d 650, 655, 119 Misc.2d 787, 793 (N.Y.Sup. Jun 10, 1983) (NO. 231/80) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 956 People v. Alyakoub, 463 N.Y.S.2d 380, 383, 119 Misc.2d 470, 473 (N.Y.Sup. May 25, 1983) (NO. 4350/82) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 957 Barone v. Carey, 453 N.Y.S.2d 596, 598, 113 Misc.2d 711, 713 (N.Y.Sup. Aug 17, 1982) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 958 DeCastro v. Ortiz, 464 N.Y.S.2d 619, 621, 119 Misc.2d 777, 780 (N.Y.Sup. Apr 27, 1982) (NO. 20806/81) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 959 Kountz v. State University of New York, 437 N.Y.S.2d 868, 874, 109 Misc.2d 319, 330 (N.Y.Sup. Mar 17, 1981) (NO. 15431/75) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 960 People v. Michael D., 417 N.Y.S.2d 604, 606, 99 Misc.2d 816, 818 (N.Y.Sup. Apr 30, 1979) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 961 Lief v. Hynes, 414 N.Y.S.2d 855, 858+, 98 Misc.2d 817, 820+ (N.Y.Sup. Mar 09, 1979) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 962 Bess v. Toia, 402 N.Y.S.2d 706, 708, 93 Misc.2d 140, 143 (N.Y.Sup. Oct 03, 1977) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 963 Thaler v. Thaler, 391 N.Y.S.2d 331, 335, 89 Misc.2d 315, 319 (N.Y.Sup. Jan 19, 1977) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 964 Kountz v. State University of New York, 391 N.Y.S.2d 942, 947, 89 Misc.2d 483, 490 (N.Y.Sup. Jan 10, 1977) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 965 Trask v. Trask, 381 N.Y.S.2d 584, 585, 85 Misc.2d 980, 982 (N.Y.Sup. Mar 22, 1976) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 966 Repetti v. Gil, 372 N.Y.S.2d 840, 845+, 83 Misc.2d 75, 80+ (N.Y.Sup. Aug 25, 1975) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 967 New York State Hairdressers & Cosmetologists Ass'n, Inc. v. Cuomo, 369 N.Y.S.2d 965, 973+, 83 Misc.2d 154, 163+ (N.Y.Sup. Jun 16, 1975) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 968 Garrett v. New York State Athletic Commission, 370 N.Y.S.2d 795, 798, 82 Misc.2d 524, 527 (N.Y.Sup. Jun 16, 1975) 969 People v. Wilson, 363 N.Y.S.2d 417, 424, 80 Misc.2d 353, 360 (N.Y.Sup. Dec 09, 1974) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 970 People v. Mazzie, 358 N.Y.S.2d 307, 312, 78 Misc.2d 1014, 1018 (N.Y.Sup. Jul 25, 1974) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 971 Berger v. Adornato, 350 N.Y.S.2d 520, 523+, 76 Misc.2d 122, 124+ (N.Y.Sup. Nov 21, 1973) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 972 People v. Lugo, 414 N.Y.S.2d 243, 251, 98 Misc.2d 115, 127 (N.Y.City Crim.Ct. Jan 25, 1979) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 973 People v. Shing, 371 N.Y.S.2d 322, 329+, 83 Misc.2d 462, 468+ (N.Y.City Crim.Ct. Jul 17,

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1975) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 974 People v. Nelson, 427 N.Y.S.2d 194, 196, 103 Misc.2d 847, 850 (N.Y.City Ct. Apr 17, 1980) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 975 Kroul v. Kroul, 417 N.Y.S.2d 847, 848, 99 Misc.2d 1031, 1032 (N.Y.Dist.Ct. Jun 15, 1979) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 976 Carolyn C. v. Frank G., 434 N.Y.S.2d 98, 103+, 106 Misc.2d 510, 516+ (N.Y.Fam.Ct. Dec 09, 1980) (NO. P-501/80) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 977 Matter of Ginnan, 422 N.Y.S.2d 1003, 1010, 101 Misc.2d 853, 863 (N.Y.Fam.Ct. Oct 24, 1979) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 978 Department of Social Services v. Witzel, 398 N.Y.S.2d 86, 87, 91 Misc.2d 274, 276 (N.Y.Fam.Ct. Aug 10, 1977) 979 Matter of Proceeding for Support Under Article 4 of Family Court Act, 380 N.Y.S.2d 904, 907+, 85 Misc.2d 637, 641+ (N.Y.Fam.Ct. Feb 18, 1976) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 980 State ex rel. Watts v. Watts, 350 N.Y.S.2d 285, 290, 77 Misc.2d 178, 183 (N.Y.Fam.Ct. Aug 08, 1973) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 981 Matter of Adoption of Baby Girl S, 535 N.Y.S.2d 676, 684, 141 Misc.2d 905, 919 (N.Y.Sur. Nov 04, 1988) (NO. 0393, 90-1988) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 982 Matter of Dann's Estate, 443 N.Y.S.2d 993, 998, 111 Misc.2d 279, 287 (N.Y.Sur. Nov 04, 1981) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 983 Evans v. Chapman, 502 N.E.2d 1012, 1015, 28 Ohio St.3d 132, 134, 28 O.B.R. 228, 228 (Ohio Dec 24, 1986) (NO. 86-501) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 984 Boothe Financial Corp. v. Lindley, 452 N.E.2d 1295, 1298, 6 Ohio St.3d 247, 250, 6 O.B.R. 315, 315 (Ohio Aug 17, 1983) (NO. 82-1305) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 985 White v. Randolph, 391 N.E.2d 333, 334, 59 Ohio St.2d 6, 9, 13 O.O.3d 3, 3 (Ohio Jul 03, 1979) (NO. 79-5) 986 Krause v. State, 285 N.E.2d 736, 744+, 31 Ohio St.2d 132, 146+, 60 O.O.2d 100, 100+ (Ohio Jul 19, 1972) (NO. 71-779) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 987 Preterm Cleveland v. Voinovich, 627 N.E.2d 570, 582, 89 Ohio App.3d 684, 702 (Ohio App. 10 Dist. Jul 27, 1993) (NO. 2737, 92AP-791) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 988 In re Rauscher, 531 N.E.2d 745, 749+, 40 Ohio App.3d 106, 110+ (Ohio App. 8 Dist. Oct 19, 1987) (NO. 52819) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 989 Thompson v. Thompson, 511 N.E.2d 412, 414, 31 Ohio App.3d 254, 256, 31 O.B.R. 538, 538 (Ohio App. 4 Dist. Feb 24, 1987) (NO. 85 CA 18) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 990 Langlois vs. Ohio State Board of Psychology., 1980 WL 355395, *3 (Ohio App. 8 Dist. Nov 20, 1980) (NO. 42107) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 991 Cintron v. Nader, 1980 WL 354341, *6 (Ohio App. 8 Dist. Jun 26, 1980) (NO. 39564) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 992 White v. Jackson, 1978 WL 217188, *2 (Ohio App. 10 Dist. Nov 02, 1978) (NO. 78AP-169) 993 In re Emery, 391 N.E.2d 746, 751, 59 Ohio App.2d 7, 13, 9 A.L.R.4th 1214, 1214 (Ohio App. 1 Dist. May 24, 1978)

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994 Keaton v. Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, 1977 WL 200213, *3 (Ohio App. 10 Dist. Jun 14, 1977) (NO. NOS. 77AP-12, 77AP-3) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 995 City of East Cleveland v. Moore, 1975 WL 182784, *6+ (Ohio App. 8 Dist. Jul 18, 1975) (NO. 33888) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 996 Hanlon v. Buckeye Union Ins. Co., 324 N.E.2d 598, 603, 73 O.O.2d 267, 267 (Ohio Com.Pl. Feb 18, 1975) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 997 Roberts v. Roberts, 657 P.2d 153, 158+, 1983 OK 1, 1+ (Okla. Jan 11, 1983) (NO. 55069) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 998 Looney v. Farmers Ins. Group, 616 P.2d 1138, 1142, 1980 OK 111, 111 (Okla. Jul 15, 1980) (NO. 53,346) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 999 Gordon v. Gordon, 577 P.2d 1271, 1275+, 1978 OK 17, 17+ (Okla. Feb 07, 1978) (NO. 49371) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1000 Loyal Order of Moose, Lodge 1785 v. Cavaness, 563 P.2d 143, 147, 93 A.L.R.3d 1234, 1234, 1977 OK 70, 70 (Okla. Apr 19, 1977) (NO. 49215) 1001 State ex rel. Coats v. Johnson, 597 P.2d 328, 331, 1979 OK CR 58, 58 (Okla.Crim.App. Jun 21, 1979) (NO. P-79-50) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1002 Remington v. Landolt, 541 P.2d 472, 481, 273 Or. 297, 314 (Or. Oct 16, 1975) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1003 Aiken v. Lieuallen, 593 P.2d 1243, 1248, 39 Or.App. 779, 788 (Or.App. Apr 23, 1979) (NO. CA 11083) 1004 Lewis v. Department of Revenue, 1981 WL 2271, *2, 9 Or. Tax 85, 88 (Or.Tax Jun 01, 1981) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1005 Bryant v. Dept. of Revenue, 1975 WL 1128, *8, 6 Or. Tax 559, 573 (Or.Tax Jul 25, 1975) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1006 Com. v. Bell, 516 A.2d 1172, 1177+, 512 Pa. 334, 343+ (Pa. Oct 24, 1986) (NO. 29 E.D. 1984) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1007 James v. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transp. Authority, 477 A.2d 1302, 1305+, 505 Pa. 137, 144+ (Pa. May 24, 1984) (NO. 88 E.D. 1983, J-73-84) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1008 Laudenberger v. Port Authority of Allegheny County, 436 A.2d 147, 155, 496 Pa. 52, 68 (Pa. Oct 29, 1981) (NO. 80-1-160) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1009 Tsarnas v. Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., 412 A.2d 1094, 1098, 488 Pa. 513, 522 (Pa. Mar 20, 1980) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1010 Com. v. Wade, 402 A.2d 1360, 1364, 485 Pa. 453, 462 (Pa. Jul 06, 1979) " 1011 Kroger Co. v. O'Hara Tp., 392 A.2d 266, 276+, 481 Pa. 101, 121+ (Pa. Oct 05, 1978) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1012 Singer v. Sheppard, 346 A.2d 897, 904, 464 Pa. 387, 402 (Pa. Jun 26, 1975) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1013 Com. v. Butler, 328 A.2d 851, 858+, 458 Pa. 289, 301+ (Pa. Oct 16, 1974) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1014 McIlvaine v. Pennsylvania State Police, 309 A.2d 801, 808+, 454 Pa. 129, 142+, 6 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 768, 768+, 6 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8860, 8860+ (Pa. Oct 03, 1973) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1015 Adler v. Montefiore Hospital Ass'n of Western Pennsylvania, 311 A.2d 634, 643, 453 Pa. 60, 77

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(Pa. Jul 02, 1973) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1016 Com. v. Matthews, 285 A.2d 510, 518, 446 Pa. 65, 81 (Pa. Dec 29, 1971) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1017 Houtz v. Com., Dept. of Public Welfare, 401 A.2d 388, 391, 42 Pa.Cmwlth. 406, 410 (Pa.Cmwlth. May 03, 1979) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1018 Radnor Tp. School Dist., Radnor Tp., Delaware County v. Betty, 373 A.2d 1361, 1363, 30 Pa.Cmwlth. 425, 425, 30 Pa.Cmwlth. 651, 428 (Pa.Cmwlth. Jun 06, 1977) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1019 Unemployment Compensation Bd. of Review v. Jenkins, 350 A.2d 447, 451+, 23 Pa.Cmwlth. 127, 133+ (Pa.Cmwlth. Jan 29, 1976) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1020 Percival v. City of Philadelphia, 317 A.2d 667, 673, 12 Pa.Cmwlth. 628, 639 (Pa.Cmwlth. Mar 21, 1974) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1021 Pittsburgh Press Co. v. Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations, 287 A.2d 161, 171, 4 Pa.Cmwlth. 448, 466, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 325, 325, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7732, 7732 (Pa.Cmwlth. Jan 27, 1972) " HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1022 Cerra v. East Stroudsburg Area School Dist., 285 A.2d 206, 209, 3 Pa.Cmwlth. 665, 674, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 79, 79, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7607, 7607 (Pa.Cmwlth. Dec 21, 1971) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1023 Com. v. Norris, 499 A.2d 644, 647, 346 Pa.Super. 351, 357 (Pa.Super. Oct 11, 1985) (NO. 267 HARRISBURG 1984) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1024 Tierney v. Pennsylvania Assigned Claims Plan, 466 A.2d 168, 171, 319 Pa.Super. 299, 308 (Pa.Super. Sep 23, 1983) (NO. 3005, J. 685/83) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1025 Greider by Ryan v. Pennsylvania Assigned Claims Plan, 462 A.2d 836, 839, 316 Pa.Super. 146, 151 (Pa.Super. Jul 08, 1983) (NO. 3310, J. 196/83) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1026 Murphy v. Harleysville Mut. Ins. Co., 422 A.2d 1097, 1106, 282 Pa.Super. 244, 260 (Pa.Super. Nov 07, 1980) (NO. 1142) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1027 Freezer Storage, Inc. v. Armstrong Cork Co., 341 A.2d 184, 187, 234 Pa.Super. 441, 448 (Pa.Super. Jun 24, 1975) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1028 Wiegand v. Wiegand, 310 A.2d 426, 429, 226 Pa.Super. 278, 284 (Pa.Super. Sep 19, 1973) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1029 Henderson v. Henderson, 303 A.2d 843, 848, 224 Pa.Super. 182, 190 (Pa.Super. Mar 27, 1973) (in dissent) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1030 Com. v. Piper, 289 A.2d 193, 197, 221 Pa.Super. 187, 195 (Pa.Super. Mar 24, 1972) (in dissent) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 1031 Eugene S. HARSH, Lois E. Harsh, Cheryl L. Zwoyer, Co-Administrator for the Estate of Douglas Lee Harsh, deceased, Carol A. Zwoyer, Charles J. Zwoyer, Jr., Cheryl L. Zwoyer, CoAdministrators for the Estate of Connie J. Harsh, deceased, and Cheryl L. Zwoyer, Administratrix for the Estate of Tyler D. Harsh, deceased, v. Frederick W. PETROLL, Hac Farm Lines Agricultural Cooperative Association, Cyned (a/k/a Sined) Transport Corporation, Pennsylvania Department, 2002 WL 34075576, *34075576 (Trial Order) (Pa.Com.Pl. 2002) Opinion Sur PA. R.APP.P. 1925(a) (NO. 4352-1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1032 Newberg v. Board of Public Educ., 1983 WL 370, *13, 26 Pa. D. & C.3d 682, 699 (Pa.Com.Pl.

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Sep 28, 1983) 1033 Elizabeth Newberg et al. v. Board of Public Education et al., 1983 WL 265443, *265443, 9 Phila.Co.Rptr. 556, 559 (Pa.Com.Pl. Aug 30, 1983) (NO. NO. 5822.) 1034 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Jamie Elliot, 1981 WL 207394, *207394, 6 Phila.Co.Rptr. 64, 84 (Pa.Com.Pl. Jul 16, 1981) (NO. NOS. 1107-1112.) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1035 Carmello Marquez, a Minor, et al. v. Hahnemann Hospital et al., 1979 WL 139255, *139255, 3 Phila.Co.Rptr. 164, 180 (Pa.Com.Pl. Oct 02, 1979) (NO. NO. 1246.) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1036 Com. v. Wida, 1979 WL 352, *5, 12 Pa. D. & C.3d 1, 11 (Pa.Com.Pl. Jun 20, 1979) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1037 Humphrey v. Zoning Hearing Bd., 1975 WL 16736, *16736, 71 Pa. D. & C.2d 587, 593, 36 Leh.L.J. 308, 308 (Pa.Com.Pl. 1975) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1038 In re Englund's Estate, 1975 WL 16931, *16931, 74 Pa. D. & C.2d 230, 236, 26 Fiduc.Rep. 79, 79 (Pa.Com.Pl. 1975) 1039 Landmark Medical Center v. Gauthier, 635 A.2d 1145, 1152, 62 USLW 2467, 2467 (R.I. Jan 06, 1994) (NO. 93-61-APPEAL) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1040 Kleczek v. Rhode Island Interscholastic League, Inc., 612 A.2d 734, 737, 77 Ed. Law Rep. 349, 349 (R.I. Jul 17, 1992) (NO. 91-500-A) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1041 State v. Ware, 418 A.2d 1, 3+ (R.I. Jul 24, 1980) (NO. 78-356-C.A.) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1042 Harwood v. Harwood, 385 A.2d 1055, 1057+, 120 R.I. 145, 148+ (R.I. May 09, 1978) (NO. 77-397-APPEAL) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1043 Narragansett Elec. Co. v. Rhode Island Commission for Human Rights, 374 A.2d 1022, 1024+, 118 R.I. 457, 461+, 20 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1784, 1784+ (R.I. Jun 21, 1977) (NO. 75-151-M.P.) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1044 Sterry Street Auto Sales v. Pare, 2005 WL 524806, *4 (R.I.Super. Mar 03, 2005) (NO. C.A. 04-5086) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1045 State v. Urwin, 1979 WL 200284, *1 (R.I.Super. Apr 10, 1979) (NO. IND.P2/78-1546) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1046 Warwick Teachers Union Local 915 v. The School Committee of City of Warwick, 1976 WL 177047, *2 (R.I.Super. Jun 04, 1976) (NO. M.P. 76-10) 1047 Ramey v. Ramey, 258 S.E.2d 883, 885, 273 S.C. 680, 684 (S.C. Sep 25, 1979) (NO. 21059) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1048 State v. Laible, 594 N.W.2d 328, 334+, 1999 S.D. 58, 58+ (S.D. May 12, 1999) (NO. 20334) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1049 Lyons v. Lederle Laboratories, A Div. of American Cyanamid Co., 440 N.W.2d 769, 771 (S.D. May 17, 1989) (NO. 16216) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1050 State v. Baker, 440 N.W.2d 284, 289 (S.D. Apr 26, 1989) (NO. 15570) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1051 Sedlacek v. South Dakota Teener Baseball Program, 437 N.W.2d 866, 871+ (S.D. Mar 22, 1989) (NO. 16246, 16248, 16262, 16263) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1052 Mitchell School Dist. No. 17-2 v. Welfl Const. Co., 329 N.W.2d 138, 141, 8 Ed. Law Rep. 1134, 1134 (S.D. Jan 26, 1983) (NO. 13429, 13430) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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1053 Morrill v. Wollman, 271 N.W.2d 356, 360+ (S.D. Nov 07, 1978) (NO. 12580) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1054 Behrns v. Burke, 229 N.W.2d 86, 88, 89 S.D. 96, 101 (S.D. Apr 25, 1975) (NO. 11425) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1055 Davis v. Aetna Life and Cas. Co., 603 S.W.2d 718, 720 (Tenn. Aug 18, 1980) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 1056 Tennessee Dept. of Human Services v. Vaughn, 595 S.W.2d 62, 65+ (Tenn. Feb 11, 1980) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1057 Dunn v. Palermo, 522 S.W.2d 679, 686 (Tenn. Apr 07, 1975) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1058 Robinson v. Trousdale County, 516 S.W.2d 626, 633 (Tenn. Nov 18, 1974) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1059 City of Greenfield v. Butts, 582 S.W.2d 80, 83 (Tenn.Ct.App. Feb 12, 1979) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1060 Stewart v. State, 534 S.W.2d 875, 877 (Tenn.Crim.App. Oct 30, 1975) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1061 Board of Trustees of Bastrop Independent School Dist. v. Toungate, 958 S.W.2d 365, 376, 123 Ed. Law Rep. 392, 392, 41 Tex. Sup. Ct. J. 48, 48 (Tex. Oct 23, 1997) (NO. 96-0690) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1062 HL Farm Corp. v. Self, 877 S.W.2d 288, 294 (Tex. May 11, 1994) (NO. D-1794) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1063 In Interest of J.W.T., 872 S.W.2d 189, 212 (Tex. Feb 02, 1994) (NO. D-1742) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1064 Lucas v. U.S., 757 S.W.2d 687, 705, 56 USLW 2671, 2671 (Tex. May 11, 1988) (NO. C-6181) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1065 Wessely Energy Corp. v. Jennings, 736 S.W.2d 624, 627+ (Tex. Jul 01, 1987) (NO. C-6001) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1066 Cameron v. Cameron, 641 S.W.2d 210, 219+ (Tex. Oct 13, 1982) (NO. C-8) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1067 Texas Woman's University v. Chayklintaste, 530 S.W.2d 927, 928 (Tex. Dec 10, 1975) (NO. B5319) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1068 Carpenter v. State, 639 S.W.2d 311, 314 (Tex.Crim.App. Sep 15, 1982) (NO. 63207) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1069 Ex parte Groves, 571 S.W.2d 888, 892 (Tex.Crim.App. Oct 04, 1978) (NO. 58945) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1070 Ex parte Matthews, 488 S.W.2d 434, 437 (Tex.Crim.App. Jan 03, 1973) (NO. 45693) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1071 Buchanan v. State, 480 S.W.2d 207, 209+ (Tex.Crim.App. Apr 12, 1972) (NO. 45136) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1072 In re Shaw, 204 S.W.3d 9, 17+, 213 Ed. Law Rep. 1198, 1198+ (Tex.App.-Texarkana Aug 11, 2006) (NO. 06-06-00004-CR) " HN: 1,3 (S.Ct.) 1073 Lawrence v. State, 41 S.W.3d 349, 365 (Tex.App.-Hous. (14 Dist.) Mar 15, 2001) (NO. NO14-99-00111-CR, OS14-99-00109-CR) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1074 Texas Educ. Agency v. Leeper, 843 S.W.2d 41, 50, 80 Ed. Law Rep. 388, 388 (Tex.App.-Fort Worth Nov 27, 1991) (NO. 2-87-216-CV) 1075 Walker v. Employees Retirement System of Texas, 753 S.W.2d 796, 797 (Tex.App.-Austin Jun 29, 1988) (NO. 3-87-157-CV) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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1076 Jennings v. Wessely Energy Corp., 720 S.W.2d 811, 812+ (Tex.App.-Texarkana Sep 09, 1986) (NO. 9491) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1077 In Interest of Unnamed Baby McLean, 697 S.W.2d 479, 489 (Tex.App.-Fort Worth Sep 17, 1985) (NO. 2-84-141-CV) " (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1078 Whitworth v. Bynum, 679 S.W.2d 608, 610 (Tex.App.-Hous. (1 Dist.) Aug 30, 1984) (NO. 01-84-00213-CV) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1079 Sax v. Votteler, 636 S.W.2d 461, 464+ (Tex.App.-Texarkana May 18, 1982) (NO. 9004) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1080 Prudential Health Care Plan, Inc. v. Commissioner of Ins., 626 S.W.2d 822, 832 (Tex.App.-Austin Dec 23, 1981) (NO. 13,289) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1081 Houston Chronicle Pub. Co. v. City of Houston, 620 S.W.2d 833, 838, 7 Media L. Rep. 2043, 2043 (TexCivApp-Hous (14 Dist.) Aug 05, 1981) (NO. A2658) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1082 Littlefield v. Hays, 609 S.W.2d 627, 629 (Tex.Civ.App.-Amarillo Nov 26, 1980) (NO. 9144) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1083 Lubbock Poster Co. v. City of Lubbock, 569 S.W.2d 935, 944 (Tex.Civ.App.-Amarillo Jul 24, 1978) (NO. 8875) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1084 Fazekas v. University of Houston, 565 S.W.2d 299, 307 (TexCivApp.-Hous (1 Dist.) Mar 30, 1978) (NO. 17072) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1085 Mercer v. Board of Trustees, North Forest Independent School Dist., 538 S.W.2d 201, 204 (TexCivApp-Hous (14 Dist.) Jun 02, 1976) (NO. 1302) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1086 Bell v. Lone Oak Independent School Dist., 507 S.W.2d 636, 639+ (Tex.Civ.App.-Texarkana Feb 26, 1974) (NO. 8208) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1087 Tisko v. Harrison, 500 S.W.2d 565, 572 (Tex.Civ.App.-Dallas Sep 27, 1973) (NO. 18137) 1088 Baker v. Matheson, 607 P.2d 233, 256 (Utah Dec 28, 1979) (NO. 16703) (in dissent) 1089 Wiker v. Wiker, 600 P.2d 514, 514+ (Utah Dec 26, 1978) (NO. 15326) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1090 Matter of Baer's Estate, 562 P.2d 614, 616 (Utah Mar 23, 1977) (NO. 14676) 1091 Caldwell v. Seaboard System R.R., Inc., 380 S.E.2d 910, 913, 238 Va. 148, 153 (Va. Jun 09, 1989) (NO. 870481, 870490) 1092 Jacobs v. Meade, 315 S.E.2d 383, 384, 227 Va. 284, 286 (Va. Apr 27, 1984) (NO. 811718) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1093 Duke v. Pulaski County, 247 S.E.2d 824, 827, 219 Va. 428, 433 (Va. Oct 06, 1978) (NO. 780121) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1094 Archer v. Mayes, 194 S.E.2d 707, 709+, 213 Va. 633, 636+ (Va. Mar 05, 1973) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1095 Branche v. Com., 489 S.E.2d 692, 694, 25 Va.App. 480, 483 (Va.App. Sep 02, 1997) (NO. 0780-96-1) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1096 Williams v. Van Der Woude, M.D., 1986 WL 401797, *6+ (Va.Cir.Ct. Jul 02, 1986) (NO. 70286.) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1097 Andersen v. King County, 138 P.3d 963, 1029, 158 Wash.2d 1, 99 (Wash. Jul 26, 2006) (NO. 75934-1, 75956-1) 1098 State v. Hall, 706 P.2d 1074, 1078, 104 Wash.2d 486, 493 (Wash. Sep 26, 1985) (NO. 50997-2)

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HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1099 Macias v. Department of Labor and Industries of State of Wash., 668 P.2d 1278, 1281, 100 Wash.2d 263, 268 (Wash. Sep 08, 1983) (NO. 48444-9) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1100 Automobile Drivers & Demonstrators Union Local No. 882 v. Department of Retirement Systems, 598 P.2d 379, 385, 92 Wash.2d 415, 426 (Wash. Aug 02, 1979) (NO. 45706) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1101 State v. Kent, 549 P.2d 721, 724, 87 Wash.2d 103, 107 (Wash. May 06, 1976) (NO. 43882) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1102 Jenkins v. State, 540 P.2d 1363, 1366, 85 Wash.2d 883, 888 (Wash. Oct 02, 1975) (NO. 43386, 43411) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1103 Hunter v. North Mason High School, 539 P.2d 845, 848, 85 Wash.2d 810, 815 (Wash. Sep 11, 1975) (NO. 43637) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1104 State v. Martinez, 538 P.2d 521, 527+, 85 Wash.2d 671, 681+ (Wash. Jul 24, 1975) (NO. 43510) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1105 Alter v. Morris, 536 P.2d 630, 637, 85 Wash.2d 414, 428 (Wash. Jun 05, 1975) (NO. 43244, 43245, 43246, 43247, 43248) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1106 Hanson v. Hutt, 517 P.2d 599, 602+, 83 Wash.2d 195, 199+ (Wash. Dec 20, 1973) (NO. 42826) 1107 Sanchez v. Department of Labor & Industries, 692 P.2d 192, 197, 39 Wash.App. 80, 88 (Wash.App. Div. 3 Dec 04, 1984) (NO. 5892-III-1) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1108 Marquez v. University of Washington, 648 P.2d 94, 98, 32 Wash.App. 302, 308, 5 Ed. Law Rep. 617, 617 (Wash.App. Div. 1 May 17, 1982) (NO. 9080-1-I) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1109 State v. Johnson, 246 N.W.2d 503, 505+, 74 Wis.2d 169, 172+ (Wis. Nov 03, 1976) (NO. 75-390-CR, 75-391-CR) 1110 Ray-O-Vac, Division of E.S.B., Inc. v. Wisconsin Dept. of Industry, Labor and Human Relations, 236 N.W.2d 209, 213+, 70 Wis.2d 919, 928+, 12 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 64, 64+, 10 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,564, 10564+ (Wis. Dec 19, 1975) (NO. 600 (1974)) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1111 Warshafsky v. Journal Co., 216 N.W.2d 197, 201, 63 Wis.2d 130, 139, 7 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1105, 1105, 7 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9264, 9264 (Wis. Apr 02, 1974) (NO. 273) 1112 State v. Vanessa Russell, 650 N.W.2d 560, 560, 257 Wis.2d 621, 621, 2002 WI App 221, 221 (Wis.App. Jul 16, 2002) (Table, text in WESTLAW, NO. 01-2946-CR) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1113 State v. McCollum, 464 N.W.2d 44, 49, 159 Wis.2d 184, 198 (Wis.App. Nov 14, 1990) (NO. 90-0968-CR, 90-0969-CR, 90-0970-CR, 90-0971-CR) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1114 State ex rel. Karnitz v. Sippel, 287 N.W.2d 853, 853+, 92 Wis.2d 905, 905+ (Wis.App. Sep 18, 1979) (Table, text in WESTLAW, NO. 78-758) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1115 Whitlow v. Board of Educ. of Kanawha County, 438 S.E.2d 15, 20, 190 W.Va. 223, 228, 88 Ed. Law Rep. 406, 406 (W.Va. Nov 23, 1993) (NO. 21362) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1116 Israel by Israel v. West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Com'n, 388 S.E.2d 480, 484, 182 W.Va. 454, 458, 58 Ed. Law Rep. 795, 795 (W.Va. Dec 20, 1989) (NO. 18904) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1117 Peters v. Narick, 270 S.E.2d 760, 763+, 165 W.Va. 622, 626+ (W.Va. Oct 02, 1980) (NO. 14776) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 1118 White v. State, 784 P.2d 1313, 1336+ (Wyo. Dec 19, 1989) (NO. 88-291) " (in dissent) HN: 3

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(S.Ct.) 1119 A v. X, Y, and Z, 641 P.2d 1222, 1224+ (Wyo. Mar 08, 1982) (NO. C-4) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1120 Kantara Malty v. Castro Montanez, 135 D.P.R. 1, 37, 1994 JTS 4, 4 (P.R. Jan 28, 1994) (NO. CE-92-461) 1121 De Paz Lisk v. Aponte Roque, 124 D.P.R. 472, 488, 1989 P.R.-Eng. 607,276, 607276 (P.R. Jun 30, 1989) (NO. CE-86-710) 1122 Pueblo Int'l, Inc. v. Srio. de Justicia, 122 D.P.R. 703, 723+, 22 P.R. Offic. Trans. 649, 649+ (P.R. Nov 23, 1988) (NO. CE-86-430) 1123 Alicea v. Cordova, 117 D.P.R. 676, 687, 1986 JTS 73, 73, 17 P.R. Offic. Trans. 811, 811 (P.R. Jun 30, 1986) (NO. O-85-250 O-85-190 R) 1124 Comision Asuntos de la Mujer v. Srio. de Justicia, 109 D.P.R. 715, 719+, 1980 JTS 46, 46+, 9 P.R. Offic. Trans. 954, 954+ (P.R. Apr 29, 1980) (NO. O-79-213) 1125 Hermina Gonzalez v. Srio. del Trabajo, 107 D.P.R. 667, 681, 7 P.R. Offic. Trans. 740, 740 (P.R. Oct 05, 1978) (NO. O-78-55) 1126 Nudelman v. Ferrer Bolivar, 107 D.P.R. 495, 519, 7 P.R. Offic. Trans. 544, 544 (P.R. May 31, 1978) (NO. R-77-144) 1127 Zachry International v. Tribunal Superior, 104 D.P.R. 267, 284+, 4 P.R. Offic. Trans. 376, 376+ (P.R. Oct 23, 1975) (NO. O-74-437) 1128 Harness Racing Funds, 1975 WL 46424, *2, 70 Pa. D. & C.2d 676, 678 (Pa.Dept.Just. Nov 12, 1975) (NO. 75-43.) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1129 McIntosh v. Beaver, 1999 WL 33589146, *3, 6 Okla. Trib. 158, 158 (Muscogee (Creek) Sep 16, 1999) (NO. SC-99-01) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) Mentioned 1130 Lyng v. International Union, United Auto., Aerospace and Agr. Implement Workers of America, UAW, 108 S.Ct. 1184, 1194, 485 U.S. 360, 375, 99 L.Ed.2d 380, 380, 56 USLW 4268, 4268, 127 L.R.R.M. (BNA) 2977, 2977 (U.S.Dist.Col. Mar 23, 1988) (NO. 86-1471) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1131 Plyler v. Doe, 102 S.Ct. 2382, 2409, 457 U.S. 202, 243, 72 L.Ed.2d 786, 786, 4 Ed. Law Rep. 953, 953 (U.S.Tex. Jun 15, 1982) (NO. 80-1538, 80-1934) (in dissent) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1132 Kirchberg v. Feenstra, 101 S.Ct. 1195, 1199, 450 U.S. 455, 461, 67 L.Ed.2d 428, 428 (U.S.La. Mar 23, 1981) (NO. 79-1388) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1133 Great American Federal Sav. & Loan Ass'n v. Novotny, 99 S.Ct. 2345, 2358, 442 U.S. 366, 390, 60 L.Ed.2d 957, 957, 19 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1482, 1482, 20 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 30,004, 30004 (U.S.Pa. Jun 11, 1979) (NO. 78-753) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1134 Cannon v. University of Chicago, 99 S.Ct. 1946, 1984, 441 U.S. 677, 747, 60 L.Ed.2d 560, 560, 19 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9202, 9202 (U.S.Ill. May 14, 1979) (NO. 77-926) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1135 Hollenbaugh v. Carnegie Free Library, 99 S.Ct. 734, 735+, 439 U.S. 1052, 1054+, 58 L.Ed.2d 713, 713+, 18 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8749, 8749+ (U.S.Pa. Dec 11, 1978) (NO. 78 5519) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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1136 Hill v. Garner., 98 S.Ct. 623, 625, 434 U.S. 989, 991, 54 L.Ed.2d 486, 486 (U.S.Or. Dec 12, 1977) (NO. 77 132) (in dissent) 1137 Fiallo v. Bell, 97 S.Ct. 1473, 1487, 430 U.S. 787, 809, 52 L.Ed.2d 50, 50 (U.S.N.Y. Apr 26, 1977) (NO. 75-6297) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1138 Johnson v. Robison, 94 S.Ct. 1160, 1169, 415 U.S. 361, 375, 39 L.Ed.2d 389, 389 (U.S.Mass. Mar 04, 1974) (NO. 72-1297) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1139 Vlandis v. Kline, 93 S.Ct. 2230, 2239, 412 U.S. 441, 458, 37 L.Ed.2d 63, 63 (U.S.Conn. Jun 11, 1973) (NO. 72-493) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1140 Connecticut State Federation of Teachers v. Board of Ed. Members, 538 F.2d 471, 483, 92 L.R.R.M. (BNA) 3011, 3011, 80 Lab.Cas. P 53,877, 53877 (2nd Cir.(Conn.) May 21, 1976) (NO. 720, 75-7436) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1141 Taylor v. Lavine, 497 F.2d 1208, 1218 (2nd Cir.(N.Y.) May 14, 1974) (NO. 669, 701, 73-2671, 73-2731) (in dissent) 1142 Male v. Crossroads Associates, 469 F.2d 616, 623 (2nd Cir.(N.Y.) Nov 10, 1972) (NO. 72-1065, 88) 1143 Chance v. Board of Examiners, 458 F.2d 1167, 1177, 4 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 596, 596, 4 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7756, 7756 (2nd Cir.(N.Y.) Apr 05, 1972) (NO. 464, 71-2021) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1144 Novotny v. Great American Federal Sav. and Loan Ass'n, 584 F.2d 1235, 1243, 17 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1252, 1252, 17 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8576, 8576 (3rd Cir.(Pa.) Aug 07, 1978) (NO. 77-1756) 1145 Colorado Springs Amusements, Ltd. v. Rizzo, 524 F.2d 571, 573, 10 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,459, 10459 (3rd Cir.(Pa.) Oct 16, 1975) (NO. 75-1107, 75-1108) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1146 Evans v. Thompson, 881 F.2d 117, 122 (4th Cir.(Va.) Aug 02, 1989) (NO. 88-4007) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1147 U.S. v. Maples, 501 F.2d 985, 986 (4th Cir.(N.C.) Aug 07, 1974) (NO. 73-2064) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1148 McKee v. City of Rockwall, Tex., 877 F.2d 409, 422 (5th Cir.(Tex.) Jul 19, 1989) (NO. 87-1879) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1149 Beckerman v. City of Tupelo, Miss., 664 F.2d 502, 513 (5th Cir.(Miss.) Dec 23, 1981) (NO. 79-3666) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1150 Matter of Crist, 632 F.2d 1226, 1231, 23 C.B.C. 839, 839 (5th Cir.(Ga.) Dec 17, 1980) (NO. 78-3575, 79-1114) 1151 Kirchberg v. Feenstra, 609 F.2d 727, 734 (5th Cir.(La.) Dec 12, 1979) (NO. 77-1991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1152 McLellan v. Mississippi Power & Light Co., 545 F.2d 919, 933 (5th Cir.(Miss.) Jan 20, 1977) (NO. 73-3226) 1153 Foster v. Sparks, 506 F.2d 805, 837, 19 Fed.R.Serv.2d 815, 815 (5th Cir.(Ga.) Jan 20, 1975) (NO. 73-3732) 1154 Dukes v. City of New Orleans, 501 F.2d 706, 711 (5th Cir.(La.) Sep 27, 1974) (NO. 73-3979) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1155 Dorrough v. Estelle, 497 F.2d 1007, 1011 (5th Cir.(Tex.) Jul 29, 1974) (NO. 73-1881) 1156 Cape v. Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Ass'n, 563 F.2d 793, 795 (6th Cir.(Tenn.) Oct 03,

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1977) (NO. 77-1153) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1157 Tanner v. Weinberger, 525 F.2d 51, 54 (6th Cir.(Ohio) Oct 31, 1975) (NO. 75-1103) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1158 Gault v. Garrison, 569 F.2d 993, 995, 16 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 245, 245, 15 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8016, 8016 (7th Cir.(Ill.) Dec 20, 1977) (NO. 74-1579) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1159 U.S. v. Garrett, 521 F.2d 444, 446 (8th Cir.(Mo.) Jul 23, 1975) (NO. 75-1157) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1160 Prostrollo v. University of South Dakota, 507 F.2d 775, 781, 31 A.L.R. Fed. 802, 802 (8th Cir.(S.D.) Dec 06, 1974) (NO. 74-1184) 1161 Dillingham v. I.N.S., 267 F.3d 996, 1009, 01 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 8111, 8111, 2001 Daily Journal D.A.R. 10,027, 10027 (9th Cir. Sep 14, 2001) (NO. 97-71038) 1162 U.S. v. De Gross, 960 F.2d 1433, 1442, 60 USLW 2639, 2639 (9th Cir.(Cal.) Apr 02, 1992) (NO. 87-5226) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1163 Edwards v. Heckler, 770 F.2d 1496, 1500, 10 Soc.Sec.Rep.Serv. 432, 432 (9th Cir.(Cal.) Sep 13, 1985) (NO. 82-4156, 83-1652, 83-1672) 1164 Edwards v. Heckler, 789 F.2d 659, 663, 13 Soc.Sec.Rep.Serv. 320, 320, Unempl.Ins.Rep. (CCH) P 16,283, 16283 (9th Cir.(Cal.) Sep 13, 1985) (NO. 82-4156, 83-1652, 83-1672) 1165 Lau v. Nichols, 483 F.2d 791, 808 (9th Cir.(Cal.) Jan 08, 1973) (NO. 26155) (in dissent) 1166 Martinez v. Santa Clara Pueblo, 540 F.2d 1039, 1047 (10th Cir.(N.M.) Aug 16, 1976) (NO. 75-1615) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1167 Nicholson v. Georgia Dept. of Human Resources (DHR), 918 F.2d 145, 148, 54 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 737, 737, 55 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 40,401, 40401 (11th Cir.(Ga.) Nov 27, 1990) (NO. 89-8435) 1168 Johnson v. Smith, 696 F.2d 1334, 1336+ (11th Cir.(Ga.) Feb 03, 1983) (NO. 81-7660) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1169 Hanson v. Hoffmann, 628 F.2d 42, 44, 21 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1645, 1645, 22 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 30,618, 30618, 202 U.S.App.D.C. 42, 44 (D.C.Cir. Feb 07, 1980) (NO. 78-1436) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 1170 U.S. v. Jones, 527 F.2d 817, 824, 174 U.S.App.D.C. 34, 41 (D.C.Cir. Dec 23, 1975) (NO. 74-1466, 74-1468) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1171 Waldie v. Schlesinger, 509 F.2d 508, 509, 166 U.S.App.D.C. 175, 176 (D.C.Cir. Nov 20, 1974) (NO. 74-1636, 74-1637) 1172 Lewis v. Alabama Dept. of Public Safety, 831 F.Supp. 824, 826 (M.D.Ala. Aug 10, 1993) (NO. 91-D-1463-E) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1173 Jordan v. Wright, 417 F.Supp. 42, 45, 13 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1125, 1125, 13 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 11,292, 11292 (M.D.Ala. Mar 12, 1976) (NO. CIV. 75-19-N) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1174 Merrell v. All Seasons Resorts, Inc., 720 F.Supp. 815, 821, 52 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1412, 1412, 52 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 39,555, 39555 (C.D.Cal. Sep 01, 1989) (NO. CV 89-3218 DT) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1175 Ahmed v. American S.S. Owners Mut. Protection and Indemnity Ass'n, 1982 WL 195516, *195516, 1982 A.M.C. 1228, 1230 (N.D.Cal. Jan 28, 1982) (NO. C 75 0004 WTS) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1176 In re Paris Air Crash of March 3, 1974., 427 F.Supp. 701, 708 (C.D.Cal. Feb 10, 1977) (NO.

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MDL 172) 1177 Brown v. Santa Barbara County, 427 F.Supp. 112, 114, 16 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 770, 770, 23 Wage & Hour Cas. (BNA) 210, 210, 13 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 11,491, 11491, 81 Lab.Cas. P 33,494, 33494, 81 Lab.Cas. P 33,529, 33529 (C.D.Cal. Jan 14, 1977) (NO. 75-3978-HP, 75-4084-HP, 75-4177-HP, CIV 75-3492-HP) 1178 Reichardt v. Payne, 396 F.Supp. 1010, 1018 (N.D.Cal. Apr 30, 1975) (NO. C-75-1179 WHO) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1179 Gerstle v. Continental Airlines, Inc., 358 F.Supp. 545, 551, 5 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 976, 976, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8647, 8647 (D.Colo. Feb 27, 1973) (NO. CIV. C-1687) 1180 Associated General Contractors of Connecticut v. City of New Haven, 791 F.Supp. 941, 944, 60 USLW 2709, 2709 (D.Conn. May 04, 1992) (NO. 3:89CV00303 (PCD)) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1181 Feldman v. Allegheny Airlines, Inc., 382 F.Supp. 1271, 1301 (D.Conn. Aug 02, 1974) (NO. CIV 15670) 1182 Henry v. White, 359 F.Supp. 969, 971 (D.Conn. May 02, 1973) (NO. CIV. 15322) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1183 Bolling v. Manson, 345 F.Supp. 48, 51 (D.Conn. Jul 12, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 14932) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 1184 Kline v. Vlandis, 346 F.Supp. 526, 528 (D.Conn. Jun 14, 1972) (NO. CIV. 14680) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1185 Abele v. Markle, 342 F.Supp. 800, 802 (D.Conn. Apr 18, 1972) (NO. CIV. 14291) 1186 Parker v. Horton's Funeral Service, Inc., 200 F.R.D. 1, 2 (D.D.C. Mar 22, 2001) (NO. CIV.A. 00-956 GK) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1187 Baker v. Harris, 503 F.Supp. 863, 865+ (D.D.C. Oct 22, 1980) (NO. CIV 79-532) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1188 Murry v. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 348 F.Supp. 242, 243 (D.D.C. Aug 14, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 1412-72) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1189 Trivits v. Wilmington Institute, 383 F.Supp. 457, 461, 10 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1402, 1402 (D.Del. Oct 04, 1974) (NO. CIV. 4776) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1190 Woody v. City of West Miami, 477 F.Supp. 1073, 1081, 21 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 315, 315, 22 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 30,605, 30605 (S.D.Fla. Sep 13, 1979) (NO. 77-1934-CIV-SMA) 1191 Hardin v. Stynchcomb, 1980 WL 18636, *12, 30 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 564, 564 (N.D.Ga. Oct 21, 1980) (NO. C77-597-A) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1192 O'Connor v. Board of Educ. of School Dist. 23, 545 F.Supp. 376, 378, 6 Ed. Law Rep. 65, 65 (N.D.Ill. Aug 12, 1982) (NO. 80 C 5660) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1193 Gunther v. Iowa State Men's Reformatory, 462 F.Supp. 952, 957, 18 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1454, 1454, 19 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9042, 9042 (N.D.Iowa Jan 05, 1979) (NO. C 77-73) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1194 Roe v. Ray, 407 F.Supp. 351, 353 (N.D.Iowa Jan 28, 1976) (NO. C 75-2019) 1195 Butts v. Nichols, 381 F.Supp. 573, 579, 8 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 676, 676, 8 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9740, 9740 (S.D.Iowa Sep 04, 1974) (NO. CIV. 72-77-2) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1196 McMurry v. Phelps, 533 F.Supp. 742, 767 (W.D.La. Jan 07, 1982) (NO. CIV. 77-1289) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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1197 Walters v. Edwards, 396 F.Supp. 808, 818 (E.D.La. May 12, 1975) (NO. CIV. 74-653) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1198 Murgia v. Com. of Massachusetts Bd. of Retirement, 376 F.Supp. 753, 754, 8 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 18, 18, 8 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9519, 9519 (D.Mass. May 31, 1974) (NO. CIV. 72-2083-T) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1199 Klein v. Mayo, 367 F.Supp. 583, 586 (D.Mass. Sep 07, 1973) (NO. CIV.A. 73-3071-T) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1200 Fathers United for Equal Rights v. Circuit Court for Baltimore County, 361 F.Supp. 1080, 1082 (D.Md. Aug 06, 1973) (NO. CIV. 71-1291) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1201 Curran v. Portland Superintending School Committee, City of Portland, Me., 435 F.Supp. 1063, 1084, 15 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 644, 644, 46 A.L.R. Fed. 304, 304, 15 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 7871, 7871 (D.Me. Jul 18, 1977) (NO. CIV. 75-27-SD) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1202 Estate of Scott by Scott v. deLeon, 603 F.Supp. 1328, 1332+, 37 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 563, 563+, 23 Ed. Law Rep. 907, 907+ (E.D.Mich. Mar 13, 1985) (NO. CIV. 82-60399) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1203 Birth Control Centers, Inc. v. Reizen, 508 F.Supp. 1366, 1385 (E.D.Mich. Mar 02, 1981) (NO. CIV.80-70508) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1204 Farrington v. Adjutant General of State of Mich., 492 F.Supp. 1362, 1370 (W.D.Mich. Jul 02, 1980) (NO. G78-653 C.A.) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1205 Suhr v. North Carolina State University Agr. Research Service, 1987 WL 5853, *12 (E.D.N.C. Jan 27, 1987) (NO. 86-674-CIV-5) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1206 Gordon v. Forsyth County Hospital Authority, Inc., 409 F.Supp. 708, 726 (M.D.N.C. Sep 11, 1975) (NO. C-75-25-WS) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1207 Doe v. Laconia Supervisory Union No. 30, 396 F.Supp. 1291, 1297 (D.N.H. Jun 24, 1975) (NO. CIV. 74-148) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1208 Downes v. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., 2007 WL 1468218, *9, 100 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1183, 1183, 154 Lab.Cas. P 35,294, 35294 (S.D.N.Y. May 16, 2007) (NO. 03 CIV. 8991 (GEL)) 1209 Able v. U.S., 968 F.Supp. 850, 862, 71 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 44,999, 44999 (E.D.N.Y. Jul 02, 1997) (NO. 94 CV 0974) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1210 Savino v. County of Suffolk, 774 F.Supp. 756, 758 (E.D.N.Y. Oct 17, 1991) (NO. CV 90-1905) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1211 North Star Contracting Corp. v. Long Island Rail Road Co., 723 F.Supp. 902, 911, RICO Bus.Disp.Guide 7377, 7377 (E.D.N.Y. Oct 25, 1989) (NO. CV 88-1620) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1212 De Wit v. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, N.V., 570 F.Supp. 613, 617 (S.D.N.Y. Sep 07, 1983) (NO. 83 CIV. 0817 (DNE)) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1213 Rodriguez v. Harris, 496 F.Supp. 116, 117 (S.D.N.Y. Jul 31, 1980) (NO. 80-CIV-3112) 1214 Simpson v. U.S., 467 F.Supp. 1122, 1128, 19 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 833, 833, 19 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9141, 9141 (S.D.N.Y. Apr 06, 1979) (NO. 75 CIV. 5462) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1215 Ludtke v. Kuhn, 461 F.Supp. 86, 98, 18 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 246, 246, 18 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8654, 8654, 4 Media L. Rep. 1625, 1625 (S.D.N.Y. Sep 25, 1978) (NO. 77 CIV 6301) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 1216 Fiallo v. Levi, 406 F.Supp. 162, 171 (E.D.N.Y. Nov 28, 1975) (NO. 74 C 1083) (in dissent) HN:

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4 (S.Ct.) 1217 Population Services Intern. v. Wilson, 398 F.Supp. 321, 341 (S.D.N.Y. Jul 02, 1975) (NO. 74 CIV. 1572) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1218 Population Services Intern. v. Wilson, 383 F.Supp. 543, 549 (S.D.N.Y. Oct 23, 1974) (NO. 74 CIV. 1572) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1219 Javits v. Stevens, 382 F.Supp. 131, 142 (S.D.N.Y. Sep 24, 1974) (NO. 73 CIV. 5339-LFM) 1220 Center for United Labor Action v. Consolidated Edison Co., 376 F.Supp. 699, 702 (S.D.N.Y. May 20, 1974) (NO. 74 CIV. 1897-LFM) 1221 Brown v. State of N.Y., 1973 WL 1297, *3, 84 L.R.R.M. (BNA) 2088, 2088, 72 Lab.Cas. P 53,174, 53174 (N.D.N.Y. May 25, 1973) (NO. 72-CV-443) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1222 Roe v. Ingraham, 357 F.Supp. 1217, 1219 (S.D.N.Y. Apr 10, 1973) (NO. 73 CIV. 1303) 1223 Keeton v. Mansfield Obstetrics & Gynecology Associates, Inc., 1981 WL 36207, *13 (N.D.Ohio Mar 05, 1981) (NO. CIV. A. C80-1573A) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1224 Kosydar v. Wolman, 353 F.Supp. 744, 764 (S.D.Ohio Dec 29, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 72-212, CIV. A. 72-222) 1225 Weaver v. O'Grady, 350 F.Supp. 403, 411, 33 Ohio Misc. 97, 97 (S.D.Ohio Oct 27, 1972) (NO. CIV. A. 71-291) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 1226 Alkire v. Cashman, 350 F.Supp. 360, 363, 35 Ohio Misc. 55, 55 (S.D.Ohio Oct 11, 1972) (NO. CIV.72-285) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1227 Harbert v. Rapp, 415 F.Supp. 83, 86, 14 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 18, 18 (W.D.Okla. Mar 30, 1976) (NO. CIV. 75-0634-D) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1228 Weeks v. U.S., 406 F.Supp. 1309, 1334 (W.D.Okla. Dec 18, 1975) (NO. CIV-73-586-E, CIV74-368-D) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1229 Chatman v. Barnes, 357 F.Supp. 9, 16 (N.D.Okla. Feb 21, 1973) (NO. 70-C-322) 1230 Hynson v. City of Chester, 1988 WL 36386, *9 (E.D.Pa. Apr 19, 1988) (NO. CIV. A. 86-2913) 1231 Perkins v. Wagner, 513 F.Supp. 904, 907 (E.D.Pa. May 04, 1981) (NO. CIV. 81-0484) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1232 Gavin v. Peoples Natural Gas Co., 464 F.Supp. 622, 631, 18 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1431, 1431, 19 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9033, 9033 (W.D.Pa. Jan 23, 1979) (NO. CIV. 77-1424) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1233 Flesch v. Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute, 434 F.Supp. 963, 979, 17 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 294, 294 (E.D.Pa. Jun 23, 1977) (NO. CIV. 76-3927) 1234 Bykofsky v. Borough of Middletown, 401 F.Supp. 1242, 1265 (M.D.Pa. Aug 22, 1975) (NO. CIV. 75-74) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1235 Poe v. Werner, 386 F.Supp. 1014, 1019+ (M.D.Pa. Dec 02, 1974) (NO. CIV. 74-53) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1236 Vecchione v. Wohlgemuth, 377 F.Supp. 1361, 1368 (E.D.Pa. Jul 11, 1974) (NO. CIV. 73-162) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1237 Doe v. Wohlgemuth, 376 F.Supp. 173, 186 (W.D.Pa. May 03, 1974) (NO. CIV. 73-846) 1238 U.S. v. Kline, 354 F.Supp. 931, 934 (M.D.Pa. Nov 24, 1972) (NO. CRIM. 14870) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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1239 Lund v. Affleck, 388 F.Supp. 137, 138, 20 Fed.R.Serv.2d 610, 610 (D.R.I. Jan 15, 1975) (NO. CIV. 74-36) 1240 Fortin v. Darlington Little League, Inc. (Am. Division), 376 F.Supp. 473, 479 (D.R.I. May 15, 1974) (NO. CIV. 74-76) 1241 Doe v. Israel, 358 F.Supp. 1193, 1200 (D.R.I. May 16, 1973) (NO. CIV. A. 5153) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1242 Wessinger v. Southern Ry. Co., 470 F.Supp. 930, 933 (D.S.C. Feb 06, 1979) (NO. CIV. 76-1372, CIV. 77-2407) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1243 In re Alien Children Ed. Litigation, 501 F.Supp. 544, 582 (S.D.Tex. Jul 21, 1980) (NO. MDL 398) 1244 Usery v. Dallas Independent School Dist., 421 F.Supp. 111, 114, 16 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 483, 483, 22 Wage & Hour Cas. (BNA) 1377, 1377, 13 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 11,444, 11444, 79 Lab.Cas. P 33,437, 33437 (N.D.Tex. Oct 19, 1976) (NO. CIV. CA-3-7975-D) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1245 Held v. Missouri Pacific R. Co., 1974 WL 157, *1, 7 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 789, 789, 7 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 9350, 9350 (S.D.Tex. Apr 03, 1974) (NO. 73-H-1053) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1246 Held v. Missouri Pac. R. Co., 373 F.Supp. 996, 998 (S.D.Tex. Apr 03, 1974) (NO. CIV. 73-H-1053) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1247 Stuart v. Heard, 359 F.Supp. 921, 924 (S.D.Tex. Jun 06, 1973) (NO. CIV. 73-H-243) 1248 Moss v. Clark, 698 F.Supp. 640, 654 (E.D.Va. Oct 21, 1988) (NO. CIV. A. 88-0361-AM) 1249 Cramer v. Virginia Commonwealth University, 415 F.Supp. 673, 678, 12 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1397, 1397, 12 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,968, 10968 (E.D.Va. May 28, 1976) (NO. CIV. 75-0271-R) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1250 Baltzer v. City of Sun Prarie, 1990 WL 600074, *2, 63 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1423, 1423 (W.D.Wis. Mar 06, 1990) (NO. 88-C-693-C) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1251 Redhail v. Zablocki, 418 F.Supp. 1061, 1071, 23 Fed.R.Serv.2d 803, 803 (E.D.Wis. Aug 31, 1976) (NO. CIV. 74-C-624) 1252 Majchszak v. Schmidt, 358 F.Supp. 1165, 1167 (E.D.Wis. May 07, 1973) (NO. 73-C-87) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1253 Spragens v. Secretary of Health and Human Services, 808 F.Supp. 1537, 1541+, 39 Soc.Sec.Rep.Serv. 672, 672+, Unempl.Ins.Rep. (CCH) P 17142A, 17142A+ (D.Wyo. Dec 18, 1992) (NO. 91-CV-0173-B) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1254 Benjamin v. Cleburne Truck & Body Sales, Inc., 424 F.Supp. 1294, 1298 (D.Virgin Islands Dec 18, 1976) (NO. CIV. 1975/720) 1255 Doherty v. U. S., 500 F.2d 540, 546, 205 Ct.Cl. 34, 46 (Ct.Cl. Jul 19, 1974) (NO. 416-70) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1256 Giancaterino v. Brown, 7 Vet.App. 555, 558 (Vet.App. May 03, 1995) (NO. 93-830) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1257 Latham v. Brown, 4 Vet.App. 265, 267 (Vet.App. Feb 12, 1993) (NO. 90-1520) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1258 Estate of Klein v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 63 T.C. 585, 593 (U.S.Tax Ct. Mar 11, 1975) (NO. 2202-66, 2696-64) 1259 Ex parte Jenkins, 723 So.2d 649, 669 (Ala. Jul 17, 1998) (NO. 1961520, 1961531) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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1260 King v. Reid, 428 So.2d 611, 615 (Ala. Mar 04, 1983) (NO. 81-721) 1261 Campbell v. State, 718 So.2d 123, 136 (Ala.Crim.App. Aug 22, 1997) (NO. CR-94-2290) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1262 Williams v. State, 607 So.2d 321, 322 (Ala.Crim.App. Jul 24, 1992) (NO. CR-89-429) (in dissent) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1263 Plas v. State, 598 P.2d 966, 968 (Alaska Aug 24, 1979) (NO. 3529, 3530) 1264 Ravin v. State, 537 P.2d 494, 498 (Alaska May 27, 1975) (NO. 2135) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1265 Lynden Transport, Inc. v. State, 532 P.2d 700, 706 (Alaska Feb 24, 1975) (NO. 2100, 2114-2117) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1266 Darces v. Woods, 201 Cal.Rptr. 807, 816, 679 P.2d 458, 467, 35 Cal.3d 871, 885 (Cal. Apr 20, 1984) (NO. L.A. 31620) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1267 Arp v. Workers' Comp. Appeals Bd., 138 Cal.Rptr. 293, 295, 563 P.2d 849, 851, 19 Cal.3d 395, 399, 42 Cal. Comp. Cases 369, 369 (Cal. May 05, 1977) (NO. L.A.30685) 1268 Gould v. Grubb, 122 Cal.Rptr. 377, 386, 536 P.2d 1337, 1346, 14 Cal.3d 661, 675 (Cal. Jul 07, 1975) (NO. L.A. 30411) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1269 People v. Wilder, 39 Cal.Rptr.2d 247, 256, 33 Cal.App.4th 90, 104 (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Mar 15, 1995) (NO. D020002, D021351) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1270 Torres v. County of Los Angeles, 257 Cal.Rptr. 211, 217, 209 Cal.App.3d 325, 334 (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Apr 03, 1989) (NO. B027019) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1271 Far West Services, Inc. v. Livingston, 203 Cal.Rptr. 486, 493, 156 Cal.App.3d 931, 942 (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Jun 04, 1984) (NO. CIV. 28560, D000691) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1272 R. McG. v. J. W., 615 P.2d 666, 670, 200 Colo. 345, 351 (Colo. Aug 11, 1980) (NO. 80SA167) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1273 Kistler v. Industrial Commission, 556 P.2d 895, 897, 192 Colo. 172, 174 (Colo. Nov 29, 1976) (NO. 27202) 1274 Turner v. Lyon, 539 P.2d 1241, 1243, 189 Colo. 234, 236 (Colo. Aug 18, 1975) (NO. C-506) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1275 People v. Green, 514 P.2d 769, 770, 183 Colo. 25, 28 (Colo. Oct 01, 1973) (NO. 25290) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1276 Kerrigan v. Commissioner of Public Health, 957 A.2d 407, 451, 289 Conn. 135, 208 (Conn. Oct 28, 2008) (NO. 17716) 1277 Daily v. New Britain Mach. Co., 512 A.2d 893, 902, 200 Conn. 562, 578, Prod.Liab.Rep. (CCH) P 11,191, 11191 (Conn. Jul 22, 1986) (NO. 12661) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1278 Evening Sentinel v. National Organization for Women, 357 A.2d 498, 501, 168 Conn. 26, 30, 10 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1043, 1043, 9 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,027, 10027 (Conn. Feb 25, 1975) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1279 State v. Brothers, 384 A.2d 402, 403+ (Del.Super. Mar 28, 1978) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1280 Kendrick v. Everheart, 390 So.2d 53, 56 (Fla. Nov 06, 1980) (NO. 56759) 1281 In re Reed's Estate, 354 So.2d 864, 865 (Fla. Jan 12, 1978) (NO. 49703) 1282 Shevin v. International Inventors, Inc., 353 So.2d 89, 93 (Fla. Dec 08, 1977) (NO. 51102) HN: 4

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(S.Ct.) 1283 State, Dept. of Ins. v. Insurance Services Office, 434 So.2d 908, 918 (Fla.App. 1 Dist. May 03, 1983) (NO. VV-367) (in dissent) 1284 Silva v. City and County of Honolulu, 165 P.3d 247, 257, 115 Hawai'i 1, 11 (Hawai'i Aug 10, 2007) (NO. 27385) 1285 Sterling H. Nelson & Sons, Inc. v. Bender, 520 P.2d 860, 861+, 95 Idaho 813, 814+ (Idaho Mar 29, 1974) (NO. 11348, 11350) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1286 State v. Greensweig, 644 P.2d 372, 375, 103 Idaho 50, 53 (Idaho App. Apr 20, 1982) (NO. 13411) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1287 People v. Simmons, 583 N.E.2d 484, 485, 164 Ill.Dec. 568, 569, 145 Ill.2d 264, 268 (Ill. Nov 21, 1991) (NO. 70542) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1288 People v. Sherman, 309 N.E.2d 562, 564, 57 Ill.2d 1, 4 (Ill. Mar 29, 1974) (NO. 45738) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1289 Jacobson v. Department of Public Aid, 646 N.E.2d 949, 953, 269 Ill.App.3d 359, 364, 207 Ill.Dec. 115, 119 (Ill.App. 2 Dist. Nov 22, 1994) (NO. 2-93-1275) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1290 People v. M.D., 595 N.E.2d 702, 711, 231 Ill.App.3d 176, 190, 172 Ill.Dec. 341, 350 (Ill.App. 2 Dist. Jun 30, 1992) (NO. 2-90-0878) 1291 Yonikus v. Industrial Com'n, 591 N.E.2d 890, 893, 228 Ill.App.3d 333, 338, 169 Ill.Dec. 386, 389 (Ill.App. 5 Dist. Mar 12, 1992) (NO. 5-90-0578 WC) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1292 Tranquilli v. Irshad, 454 N.E.2d 377, 378, 117 Ill.App.3d 1074, 1076, 73 Ill.Dec. 517, 518, 33 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 131, 131, 33 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 33,961, 33961 (Ill.App. 4 Dist. Sep 23, 1983) (NO. 4-83-0109) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1293 People v. Lampkins, 328 N.E.2d 100, 103, 28 Ill.App.3d 246, 250 (Ill.App. 1 Dist. Apr 23, 1975) (NO. 58496) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1294 Doe v. Hancock County Bd. of Health, 436 N.E.2d 791, 794 (Ind. Jul 01, 1982) (NO. 1-479 A 120, 782 S 249) (in dissent) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1295 Rohrabaugh v. Wagoner, 413 N.E.2d 891, 894, 274 Ind. 661, 666 (Ind. Dec 29, 1980) (NO. 1280S461) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1296 Johnson v. St. Vincent Hospital, Inc., 404 N.E.2d 585, 596, 273 Ind. 374, 392 (Ind. May 16, 1980) (NO. 1078 S 216, 379 S 79, 779 S 178, AND 1179 S 315) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1297 Sidle v. Majors, 341 N.E.2d 763, 767, 264 Ind. 206, 210 (Ind. Feb 16, 1976) (NO. 275S42, 475S96) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1298 Strube v. Sumner, 385 N.E.2d 948, 949 (Ind.App. 4 Dist. Dec 20, 1978) (NO. 2-1077 A 408) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1299 Cedar Rapids Community School Dist. v. Parr, 227 N.W.2d 486, 493, 12 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 54, 54, 9 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 10,016, 10016 (Iowa Mar 19, 1975) (NO. 2-56518) 1300 Juan and Maria SANCHEZ, For themselves and all others similarly situated, and John and Jane Doe, for themselves and all others similarly situated, Plaintiffs, v. State of Iowa, Tom Miller, Attorney General, State of Iowa, Kevin W. Techau, Commissioner, Iowa Department of Public Safety, Mark Wandro, Director, Department of Transportation, Defendants., 2004 WL 4965974, *4965974 (Trial Order) (Iowa Dist. Jan 14, 2004) Ruling on Defendants' Motion to Dismiss

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(NO. CV4967) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1301 In re K.M.H., 169 P.3d 1025, 1039, 285 Kan. 53, 73 (Kan. Oct 26, 2007) (NO. 96,102) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1302 Roberts v. Mooneyhan, 902 S.W.2d 842, 844, 102 Ed. Law Rep. 851, 851 (Ky.App. Jul 14, 1995) (NO. 93-CA-001917-MR) 1303 Southland Corp. v. Collector of Revenue for Louisiana, 321 So.2d 501, 505 (La. Nov 03, 1975) (NO. 56280) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1304 State v. Barton, 315 So.2d 289, 292 (La. Jun 23, 1975) (NO. 55977) 1305 Heindel v. Harley-Davidson Motorcycles, 467 So.2d 641, 645 (La.App. 4 Cir. Apr 22, 1985) (NO. C-3228) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1306 Crosby v. Crosby, 434 So.2d 162, 163 (La.App. 5 Cir. Apr 11, 1983) (NO. 82-CA-205) 1307 Jones v. LaBarbera, 342 So.2d 1125, 1129 (La.App. 2 Cir. Feb 07, 1977) (NO. 13234) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1308 Opinion of the Justices to the Senate, 366 N.E.2d 733, 735, 373 Mass. 883, 887 (Mass. Aug 24, 1977) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1309 Surabian v. Surabian, 285 N.E.2d 909, 913, 362 Mass. 342, 349 (Mass. Jul 18, 1972) 1310 Ehrlich v. Perez, 908 A.2d 1220, 1235, 394 Md. 691, 717, Med & Med GD (CCH) P 301,923, 301923 (Md. Oct 12, 2006) (NO. 137 SEPT.TERM 2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1311 Kane v. Board of Appeals of Prince George's County, 887 A.2d 1060, 1076, 390 Md. 145, 172 (Md. Dec 12, 2005) (NO. 29 SEPT.TERM 2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1312 Murphy v. Edmonds, 601 A.2d 102, 109, 325 Md. 342, 357 (Md. Feb 07, 1992) (NO. 99 SEPT. TERM 1990) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1313 Briscoe v. Prince George's County Health Dept., 593 A.2d 1109, 1115, 323 Md. 439, 451 (Md. Aug 20, 1991) (NO. 82 SEPT TERM 1989) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1314 Colburn v. Colburn, 316 A.2d 283, 288, 20 Md.App. 346, 354 (Md.App. Mar 08, 1974) (NO. 173) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1315 Pike v. City of Wyoming, 433 N.W.2d 768, 770+, 431 Mich. 589, 594+ (Mich. Nov 10, 1988) (NO. 78746) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1316 Rose v. Stokely, 673 N.W.2d 413, 421+, 258 Mich.App. 283, 296+ (Mich.App. Aug 28, 2003) (NO. 241029) 1317 Wysocki v. Kivi, 639 N.W.2d 572, 576, 248 Mich.App. 346, 351 (Mich.App. Nov 20, 2001) (NO. 221989) 1318 Crego v. Coleman, 591 N.W.2d 277, 285, 232 Mich.App. 284, 301 (Mich.App. Oct 23, 1998) (NO. 192798) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1319 People v. Pavlak, 297 N.W.2d 878, 881, 99 Mich.App. 190, 196 (Mich.App. Aug 11, 1980) (NO. 77-1926) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1320 Florentine Ristorante, Inc. v. City of Grandville, 278 N.W.2d 694, 698, 88 Mich.App. 614, 622 (Mich.App. Feb 20, 1979) (NO. 77-5093) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1321 People v. McDonald, 240 N.W.2d 268, 271, 67 Mich.App. 64, 71 (Mich.App. Jan 27, 1976) (NO. 23769) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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1322 Blair v. Wayne State University, 220 N.W.2d 202, 203, 53 Mich.App. 641, 643 (Mich.App. May 31, 1974) (NO. 14255) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1323 Petterssen v. Commissioner of Employment Services, 236 N.W.2d 168, 169, 306 Minn. 542, 544 (Minn. Nov 21, 1975) (NO. 45104) 1324 In re Moore's Sterilization, 221 S.E.2d 307, 313, 289 N.C. 95, 104 (N.C. Jan 29, 1976) (NO. 72) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1325 In re Biggers, 274 S.E.2d 236, 240, 50 N.C.App. 332, 338, 22 A.L.R.4th 766, 766 (N.C.App. Jan 20, 1981) (NO. 8019DC447) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1326 Spencer v. Spencer, 246 S.E.2d 805, 810, 37 N.C.App. 481, 488 (N.C.App. Aug 15, 1978) (NO. 7718DC823) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1327 Jordana v. Corley, 220 N.W.2d 515, 524 (N.D. Jun 27, 1974) (NO. CIV. 8995) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1328 Johnson v. Hassett, 217 N.W.2d 771, 775 (N.D. Mar 29, 1974) (NO. CIV. 8968) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1329 State Farm Fire and Cas. Co. v. All Elec., Inc., 660 P.2d 995, 1000, 99 Nev. 222, 229 (Nev. Mar 31, 1983) (NO. 13228, 13443) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1330 Tomarchio v. Greenwich Tp., 379 A.2d 848, 850, 75 N.J. 62, 67 (N.J. Nov 03, 1977) 1331 Lige v. Town of Montclair, 367 A.2d 833, 861, 72 N.J. 5, 58, 13 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 1697, 1697, 12 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 11,258, 11258 (N.J. Nov 30, 1976) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1332 Wurtzel v. Falcey, 354 A.2d 617, 623, 69 N.J. 401, 411 (N.J. Mar 01, 1976) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1333 State v. Chambers, 307 A.2d 78, 82, 63 N.J. 287, 296 (N.J. Jun 26, 1973) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1334 Matter of Tomarchio, 371 A.2d 1271, 1273, 148 N.J.Super. 99, 102 (N.J.Super.A.D. Feb 14, 1977) 1335 State v. Thompson, 392 A.2d 678, 679, 162 N.J.Super. 302, 304 (N.J.Super.L. Aug 15, 1978) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1336 Pruey v. Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of New Mexico, 715 P.2d 458, 460, 104 N.M. 10, 12 (N.M. Mar 10, 1986) (NO. 16,033) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1337 People v. Shepard, 431 N.Y.S.2d 363, 370, 409 N.E.2d 840, 846, 50 N.Y.2d 640, 651 (N.Y. Jun 06, 1980) (in dissent) 1338 Alevy v. Downstate Medical Center, 384 N.Y.S.2d 82, 89, 348 N.E.2d 537, 544, 39 N.Y.2d 326, 334 (N.Y. Apr 08, 1976) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1339 People v. Taub, 375 N.Y.S.2d 303, 306, 337 N.E.2d 754, 757, 37 N.Y.2d 530, 534 (N.Y. Oct 21, 1975) 1340 McDermott v. Forsythe, 594 N.Y.S.2d 436, 438, 188 A.D.2d 173, 176 (N.Y.A.D. 3 Dept. Mar 04, 1993) (NO. 65076) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1341 Winkler v. Spinnato, 523 N.Y.S.2d 530, 534, 134 A.D.2d 66, 73 (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Dec 28, 1987) (NO. 3675E) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1342 Matter of Johnson, 460 N.Y.S.2d 932, 937, 93 A.D.2d 1, 7, 10 Ed. Law Rep. 669, 669 (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Mar 21, 1983) (NO. 636 E/82) 1343 Board of Ed., Levittown Union Free School Dist., Nassau County v. Nyquist, 443 N.Y.S.2d 843, 855, 83 A.D.2d 217, 236, 1 Ed. Law Rep. 361, 361 (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Oct 26, 1981) (NO. 2966

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E/80) 1344 Childs v. Childs, 419 N.Y.S.2d 533, 536+, 69 A.D.2d 406, 410+ (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Jul 11, 1979) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1345 Bethlehem Steel Corp. v. Board of Ed. of City School Dist. of Lackawanna, 402 N.Y.S.2d 655, 665, 61 A.D.2d 147, 164 (N.Y.A.D. 4 Dept. Jan 20, 1978) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1346 People v. Robert Z., 511 N.Y.S.2d 473, 479, 134 Misc.2d 555, 563 (N.Y.Co.Ct. Dec 19, 1986) (NO. 63330, 7130) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1347 People v. De Stefano, 467 N.Y.S.2d 506, 509, 121 Misc.2d 113, 116 (N.Y.Co.Ct. Aug 25, 1983) (NO. 3380/82) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1348 Rio v. Rio, 504 N.Y.S.2d 959, 962, 132 Misc.2d 316, 320 (N.Y.Sup. May 21, 1986) (NO. 6645, 85-19420) 1349 People v. Prainito, 410 N.Y.S.2d 772, 774, 97 Misc.2d 66, 69 (N.Y.Sup. Nov 20, 1978) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1350 Cary v. Cary, 404 N.Y.S.2d 534, 535, 94 Misc.2d 257, 258 (N.Y.Sup. Apr 27, 1978) 1351 Cooper v. Morin, 398 N.Y.S.2d 36, 69, 91 Misc.2d 302, 342 (N.Y.Sup. Aug 05, 1977) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1352 Montoroula v. Parry, 373 N.Y.S.2d 980, 983, 83 Misc.2d 1034, 1037 (N.Y.Sup. Oct 08, 1975) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1353 People v. Bradford, 362 N.Y.S.2d 723, 726, 80 Misc.2d 24, 26 (N.Y.Sup. Dec 12, 1974) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1354 Nyack Bd. of Ed. v. Nyack Teachers Ass'n, 352 N.Y.S.2d 973, 976, 77 Misc.2d 116, 119 (N.Y.Sup. Feb 22, 1974) 1355 Friedrich v. Katz, 341 N.Y.S.2d 932, 933, 73 Misc.2d 663, 664 (N.Y.Sup. Mar 09, 1973) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1356 People v. Overton, 389 N.Y.S.2d 253, 256, 88 Misc.2d 531, 535 (N.Y.City Crim.Ct. Nov 19, 1976) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1357 Joseph A. v. Gina L., 481 N.Y.S.2d 203, 206, 126 Misc.2d 63, 66 (N.Y.Fam.Ct. Jun 01, 1984) (NO. P-253-83, P-254-83, P-625-82) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1358 State ex rel. William R v. New York State Family Court, Bronx County, 416 N.Y.S.2d 960, 967, 99 Misc.2d 427, 437 (N.Y.Fam.Ct. Mar 23, 1979) 1359 Reisch v. Reisch, 379 N.Y.S.2d 275, 277+, 85 Misc.2d 107, 109+ (N.Y.Fam.Ct. Dec 30, 1975) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1360 Lehman v. City of Shaker Heights, 296 N.E.2d 683, 688, 34 Ohio St.2d 143, 151, 63 O.O.2d 235, 235 (Ohio May 23, 1973) (NO. 72-389) (in dissent) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1361 State v. Faulk, 1978 WL 216536, *3+ (Ohio App. 1 Dist. Sep 13, 1978) (NO. C-77486) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1362 Edwards v. State, 591 P.2d 313, 318, 1979 OK CR 18, 18 (Okla.Crim.App. Feb 14, 1979) (NO. PC-77-475) 1363 State v. Freeland, 667 P.2d 509, 519, 295 Or. 367, 382, 44 A.L.R.4th 371, 371 (Or. Jul 26, 1983) (NO. A22721, SC28856, TC C81-04-32282) HN: 5 (S.Ct.)

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1364 Matter of Compensation of Williams, 635 P.2d 384, 387, 54 Or.App. 398, 402 (Or.App. Oct 26, 1981) (NO. 19548, WCB 79-7248) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1365 Com. v. Parker White Metal Co., 515 A.2d 1358, 1374, 512 Pa. 74, 104, 25 ERC 1173, 1173, 17 Envtl. L. Rep. 20,352, 20352 (Pa. Oct 09, 1986) (NO. 58WD APPEAL 1985) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1366 Com., Higher Ed. Assistance Agency v. Abington Memorial Hospital, 387 A.2d 440, 447, 478 Pa. 514, 528 (Pa. Apr 28, 1978) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1367 Moyer v. Phillips, 341 A.2d 441, 443+, 462 Pa. 395, 400+, 75 A.L.R.3d 741, 741+, 77 A.L.R.3d 1339, 1339+ (Pa. Jul 07, 1975) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1368 Com. v. Webster, 337 A.2d 914, 917, 462 Pa. 125, 130 (Pa. May 13, 1975) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1369 Com. v. Staub, 337 A.2d 258, 260, 461 Pa. 486, 490 (Pa. Apr 02, 1975) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1370 In re Cavill's Estate, 329 A.2d 503, 505+, 459 Pa. 411, 415+ (Pa. Dec 05, 1974) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1371 Stottlemyer v. Stottlemyer, 329 A.2d 892, 897, 458 Pa. 503, 514 (Pa. Dec 05, 1974) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1372 Oknefski v. Workmen's Compensation Appeal Bd., 439 A.2d 846, 848, 63 Pa.Cmwlth. 450, 454 (Pa.Cmwlth. Dec 29, 1981) (NO. 2915 C.D. 1980) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 1373 Com. By Packel v. Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Ass'n, 334 A.2d 839, 841, 18 Pa.Cmwlth. 45, 48 (Pa.Cmwlth. Mar 19, 1975) 1374 Com. v. Irving, 500 A.2d 868, 870+, 347 Pa.Super. 349, 353+ (Pa.Super. Nov 08, 1985) (NO. 00904 PHILA. 1984) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1375 Estate of Cox, 476 A.2d 367, 371, 327 Pa.Super. 479, 486 (Pa.Super. Apr 06, 1984) (NO. 1503, J 1831/83) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1376 James v. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transp. Authority, 459 A.2d 338, 345+, 312 Pa.Super. 512, 525+ (Pa.Super. Mar 11, 1983) (NO. 2308 PHILA. 1981) (in dissent) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1377 Long v. 130 Market St. Gift & Novelty of Johnstown, 440 A.2d 517, 524, 294 Pa.Super. 383, 396 (Pa.Super. Jan 14, 1982) (NO. 1107 APRIL TERM 1978) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1378 Com. v. Finnegan, 421 A.2d 1086, 1090, 280 Pa.Super. 584, 592 (Pa.Super. Sep 26, 1980) (NO. 156) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1379 Tsarnas v. Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., 396 A.2d 1241, 1252, 262 Pa.Super. 417, 439 (Pa.Super. Dec 28, 1978) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1380 Com. v. Feingold, 360 A.2d 692, 695, 240 Pa.Super. 262, 266 (Pa.Super. Apr 22, 1976) 1381 Com. v. Cassell, 1991 WL 429378, *5, 12 Pa. D. & C.4th 265, 273 (Pa.Com.Pl. Sep 25, 1991) (NO. 1080 CRIM. A. 1991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1382 Wunsch v. City of Erie, 1983 WL 528, *7+, 25 Pa. D. & C.3d 742, 755+ (Pa.Com.Pl. Mar 28, 1983) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1383 Hamm v. Philadelphia Bd. of Ed., 1979 WL 662, *2, 9 Pa. D. & C.3d 388, 391 (Pa.Com.Pl. Jan 31, 1979) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1384 Corso v. Corso, 1972 WL 16194, *14, 59 Pa. D. & C.2d 546, 571, 120 Pitts.L.J. 183, 183 (Pa.Com.Pl. 1972) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1385 Fricke v. Fricke, 491 A.2d 990, 997 (R.I. Apr 26, 1985) (NO. 82-383-APPEAL) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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1386 Saccoccia v. Silver, 1979 WL 200303, *5 (R.I.Super. Apr 09, 1979) (NO. C.A. 76-3297, C.A. 77-2262, C.A. 77-285) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1387 Griffin v. Warden, C. C. I., 286 S.E.2d 145, 146, 277 S.C. 288, 290 (S.C. Jan 12, 1982) (NO. 21626) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1388 Marley v. Kirby, 245 S.E.2d 604, 606, 271 S.C. 122, 124 (S.C. Jun 19, 1978) (NO. 20715) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1389 State v. Geise, 656 N.W.2d 30, 40, 2002 S.D. 161, 161 (S.D. Dec 23, 2002) (NO. 22368) 1390 State v. Krahwinkel, 656 N.W.2d 451, 460, 2002 S.D. 160, 160 (S.D. Dec 23, 2002) (NO. 22335) 1391 Carreras v. State, 936 S.W.2d 727, 731 (Tex.App.-Hous. (14 Dist.) Dec 30, 1996) (NO. 14-95-00297-CR) 1392 Rose v. Doctors Hosp. Facilities, 735 S.W.2d 244, 250 (Tex.App.-Dallas Feb 09, 1987) (NO. 05-86-00009-CV) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1393 Whitney v. Fisher, 417 A.2d 934, 936, 138 Vt. 468, 471 (Vt. Jun 16, 1980) (NO. 144-79) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1394 Young v. Konz, 588 P.2d 1360, 1364, 91 Wash.2d 532, 538 (Wash. Jan 05, 1979) (NO. 44071, 44214) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1395 State v. Wanrow, 559 P.2d 548, 559, 88 Wash.2d 221, 241 (Wash. Jan 07, 1977) (NO. 43949) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1396 Singer v. Hara, 522 P.2d 1187, 1196, 11 Wash.App. 247, 262 (Wash.App. Div. 1 May 20, 1974) (NO. 1879-1) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1397 Sharpe Furniture, Inc. v. Buckstaff, 299 N.W.2d 219, 225, 99 Wis.2d 114, 126, 19 A.L.R.4th 421, 421 (Wis. Nov 25, 1980) (NO. 79-277) 1398 Stanhope v. Brown County, 280 N.W.2d 711, 717, 90 Wis.2d 823, 837 (Wis. Jun 29, 1979) (NO. 76-151) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1399 State v. Quinn, 287 N.W.2d 856, 856, 93 Wis.2d 699, 699 (Wis.App. Nov 27, 1979) (Table, text in WESTLAW, NO. 78-767-CR) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1400 Warshafsky v. Journal Co., 1972 WL 2600, *2, 7 Fair Empl.Prac.Cas. (BNA) 189, 189, 5 Empl. Prac. Dec. P 8045, 8045 (Wis.Cir. Sep 20, 1972) (NO. 391157) 1401 Moore v. McKenzie, 236 S.E.2d 342, 343, 160 W.Va. 511, 512 (W.Va. Jul 05, 1977) (NO. 13889) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) Administrative Decisions (U.S.A.) Comptroller General Decisions 1402 TO THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE, 1973 WL 8741, *7, 53 Comp. Gen. 148, 156, B178,979, 178979 (Comp.Gen. Aug 31, 1973) F.C.C. Decisions 1403 IN THE MATTER OF AMENDMENT OF THE COMMISSION'S RULES TO ESTABLISH NEW PERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES, NARROWBAND PCS, 1997 WL

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221774, *221774, 12 F.C.C.R. 12,972, 12972, 12 FCC Rcd. 12,972, 12972 (F.C.C. Apr 23, 1997) (NO. ET 92-100, FCC 97-140, GEN 90-314, PP 93-253) 1404 IN THE MATTER OF AMENDMENT OF THE COMMISSION'S RULES TO ESTABLISH PART 27, THE WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE ("WCS"), 1997 WL 73594, *73594, 12 F.C.C.R. 10,785, 10785, 12 FCC Rcd. 10,785, 10785, 6 Communications Reg. (P&F) 771, 771 (F.C.C. Feb 19, 1997) (NO. FCC 97-50, GN 96-228) 1405 IN THE MATTER OF IMPLEMENTATION OF SECTION 309(J) OF THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT - COMPETITIVE BIDDING, 1996 WL 673467, *673467, 11 F.C.C.R. 19,974, 19974, 11 FCC Rcd. 19,974, 19974, 5 Communications Reg. (P&F) 244, 244 (F.C.C. Nov 21, 1996) (NO. FCC 96-447, PP 93-253) 1406 In re: COMMUNITY TELE-COMMUNICATIONS INC. d/b/a SCOTTS BLUFF CABLE TV Scottsbluff, Nebraska Terrytown, Nebraska Gering, Nebraska Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska Petition for Special Relief Petition for Forfeiture, 1983 WL 182937, *3, 54 Rad. Reg. 2d (P & F) 981, 981, 95 F.C.C.2d 239, 239 (F.C.C. Oct 14, 1983) (NO. CF-34, CSR-2116, FCC 83-435, NE0006, NE0042, NE0043, NE0051) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Decisions 1407 Water Power Projects and Project Works Safety, 25 FERC P 61,377, 61826, 1983 WL 43915, *7 (F.E.R.C. Dec 07, 1983) (NO. RM80-31-001) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) IRS Technical Advice Memoranda 1408 1977 WL 50659, TAM 7744007 (IRS TAM Jul 28, 1977) State Administrative Materials (U.S.A.) 1409 The Honorable Joe McKinnon, 1978 WL 18544 (Alaska A.G.), *5 (1978) 1410 Ark. Op. Atty. Gen. No. 2010-035, The Honorable Mark W. Perry (2010) .... Ark. Op. Atty. Gen. No. 2007-011, The Honorable Donna Hutchinson (2007) available on WESTLAW) 1412 Ark. Op. Atty. Gen. No. 78-120, James Mabry (1978) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) (Text not HN: 4 (S.Ct.) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

1413 CLAYTON HAMILTON, EMPLOYEE CLAIMANT JEFFERY STONE COMPANY, EMPLOYER RESPONDENT TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY, INSURANCE CARRIER RESPONDENT, 1986 WL 29196 (Ark.Work.Comp.Com.), *2 (1986) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1414 Karrison v. A&P Moving, Inc., 2001 WL 1719198, *1719198 (Cal.P.U.C. Dec 11, 2001) (NO. 01-12-028, 95-03-057) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1415 In the Matter of Duke Energy Carolinas, LLC's Advance Notice of Purchase Power Agreement with the City of Orangeburg, South Carolina dated May 23, 2008, 2008 WL 5574075, *5574075 (N.C.U.C. Dec 30, 2008) (NO. E-7, SUB 858) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1416 1984 Idaho Op. Atty. Gen. 48, Mr. Darrel V. Manning (1984) 1418 James N. Gillman, 1972 WL 262430 (Iowa A.G.), *2 (1972) 1419 Mr. Paul F. Johnston, 1972 WL 262339 (Iowa A.G.), *2+ (1972) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1417 The Honorable Minette Doderer, 1982 Iowa Op. Atty. Gen. 480, 480 (1982)

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1420 XXXI Kan. Op. Atty. Gen. 05, The Honorable Alicia L. Salisbury (1997) 1421 Kan. Atty. Gen. Op. No. 83-185, The Honorable Roy M. Ehrlich (1983) 1422 1976-77 La. Op. Atty. Gen. 335, Honorable Johnny Jackson, Jr. (1977) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

1423 UNIVERSITY POLICE OFFICERS UNION, INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF POLICE OFFICERS, LOCAL 567, PLAINTIFF UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, A BODY CORPORATE, UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN, ET AL., DEFENDANTS, 1977 WL 371086 (NE CIR), *3 (1977) 1424 Neb. Op. Atty. Gen. No. 96053, Senator Kate Witek (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) HN: 3,4 1425 1977 N.M. Op. Atty. Gen. 99, Representative William E. Warren (1977)

1426 2004 N.Y. Op. Atty. Gen. No. 1, Darrin B. Derosia Peter Case Graham (2004) (S.Ct.) 1427 18 Okl. Op. Atty. Gen. 6, The Honorable Freddye Williams (1986) 1428 68 Ops. Cal. Atty. Gen. 153, THE HONORABLE BILL LOCKYER (1985) 1429 60 Ops. Cal. Atty. Gen. 326, THE HONORABLE BARRY KEENE (1977)

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1430 Re: Proposed national bank in organization, 1988 WL 490063 (Pa.Sec.Com.), *6 (1988) 4 (S.Ct.) 1431 46 Or. Op. Atty. Gen. 7 (1987) 1433 39 Or. Op. Atty. Gen. 298 (1978) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) HN: 4 HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1432 41 Or. Op. Atty. Gen. 48, J.H. Treleaven, M.D. (1980)

1434 1977 S.C. Op. Atty. Gen. 121, TO: The Honorable Robert H. Burnside (1977) (S.Ct.) 1435 Tenn. Op. Atty. Gen. No. 96-068, Dr. Robert "Bob" Patton (1996) 1436 Tenn. Op. Atty. Gen. No. 96-047, Representative Bill H. McAfee (1996) 1437 Tenn. Op. Atty. Gen. No. 87-84, The Honorable David Y. Copeland (1987)

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1438 Tenn. Op. Atty. Gen. No. 79-402A, Honorable John S. Wilder Honorable Ned R. McWherter (1979) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1439 Tex. Atty. Gen. Op. JM-1036, Honorable Mike Driscoll (1989) 1440 Tex. Atty. Gen. Op. JM-33, Honorable Ed Emmett (1983) 1441 Tex. Atty. Gen. Op. MW-421, Mr. Charles D. Travis (1982) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

1442 1981-82 Va. Op. Atty. Gen. 71, The Honorable Floyd C. Bagley (1981) 1443 1981-82 Va. Op. Atty. Gen. 206, The Honorable Robert M. Hurst (1981) 1444 1977-78 Va. Op. Atty. Gen. 158, The Honorable James M. Thomson (1978) Other Administrative Materials (U.S.A.)

1445 P 98,612 DIFFERING MALE-FEMALE AGE OF MAJORITY, (APR. 15, 1975), CCH Consumer Credit Guide 98612+ (2010) Registers (U.S.A.) 1446 Interactive Video and Data Service, 61 Federal Register 60198 (Nov 27, 1996)

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1447 Water Power Projects and Project Work Safety; Order Denying Rehearing, 48 Federal Register 55425 (Dec 13, 1983) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) Secondary Sources (U.S.A.) 1448 Equal Protection and Due Process Clause Challenges Based on Sex Discrimination--Supreme Court Cases, 178 A.L.R. Fed. 25 (2002) HN: 1,2,3,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1449 Reasonableness of Qualifications for Union Office Under sec. 401(e) of Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (29 U.S.C.A. sec. 481(e)), 147 A.L.R. Fed. 389 (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1450 Mandatory maternity leave rules or policies for public school teachers as constituting violation of equal protection clause of Fourteenth Amendment to Federal Constitution, 17 A.L.R. Fed. 768 (1973) 1451 Sex discrimination in treatment of jail or prison inmates, 12 A.L.R.4th 1219 (1982) 1452 Construction and application of state equal rights amendments forbidding determination of rights based on sex, 90 A.L.R.3d 158 (1979) 1453 Construction and application of statutes relating specifically to preferences in appointment as administrator with the will annexed, 164 A.L.R. 844 (1946) 1454 Selection of administrator from among members of class equally entitled, 1 A.L.R. 1245 (1919) 1455 ANNUAL JUDICIAL CONFERENCE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE UNITED STATES, 74 F.R.D. 215, 310+ (1976) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1456 AHLA Seminar Materials P01229733, Medicaid Reimbursement-With and Without the Boren Amendment HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1457 AHLA Seminar Materials P01319606, Medicaid Payment Update: Boren and Beyond HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1458 AHLA Seminar Materials P02020036, When Medicaid Fails to Reimburse Adequately: Legal Recourse after Boren and Alden v. Maine HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1459 AHLA Seminar Materials P02049815, Medicaid Rate Litigation after Boren HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1460 Baldwin's Ohio Practice Domestic Relations Law s 15:9, Best interest standard--Interactions and interrelationships with others (2010) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1461 Baldwin's Ohio Practice Domestic Relations Law s 1:4, Disclosure requirements (2010) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 1462 California Community Property Law s 1:29, The equal right of husband and wife (each partner) to manage and control the community property (2010) 1463 California Transactions Forms--Family Law s 7:63, Application of Fam C s 7613 to egg donors (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1464 Child Custody Practice and Procedure s 17:26, In general (2010) 1465 16 Colorado Practice Series S 10.42, Gender discrimination--Title VII (2010) 1466 Education Law: First Amendment, Due Process and Discrimination Litigation s 4:2, Federal and State Constitutional Provisions (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1467 Education Law: First Amendment, Due Process and Discrimination Litigation s 4:8, Curriculum and Single Gender Education Issues (2010) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.)

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1468 Employment Discrimination Law and Litigation s 8:19, Generally (2010) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 1469 Federal Civil Rights Acts s 1:27, Expanding the topical reach of civil rights legislation to prohibit new forms of discrimination (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1470 Federal Civil Rights Acts s 1:53, The changing face of equal protection--Gender discrimination: United States v. Virginia (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1471 Federal Land Use Law & Litigation s 1:18, Supreme Court Decisions (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1472 Fundamentals of Sports Law s 13:5, Constitutional challenges (2009) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1473 Gov. Discrim.: Equal Protection Law & Litig. s 4:30, Irrationality and arbitrariness (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1474 Gov. Discrim.: Equal Protection Law & Litig. s 5:11, Gender (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1475 Gov. Discrim.: Equal Protection Law & Litig. s 8:2, Generally (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1476 Handling Child Custody, Abuse and Adoption Cases s 9:15, Surrogacy generally (2010) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1477 International Income Tax and Estate Planning s 3:48, Income tax returns--Community property income, effect of income tax returns (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1478 11 Iowa Practice Series s 8:9, Capacity to be a party--Action arising out of injury or death of minor child (2010) 1479 1 Kansas Law and Practice s 4:2, Property ownership during marriage (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1480 Legal Rights of Children s 25:41, Freedom from sex discrimination; Education Amendments of 1972 (2009) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1481 Local Government Law s 10:4, Eligibility for public service--Other qualifications (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1482 16 LA Civil Law Treatise s 1.2, Initial law institute revision (2010) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 1483 3 Mass. Prac. Series s 69:44, Proceedings relating to maternity and pregnancy (2010) 1484 3 Mass. Prac. Series s 74:24, Argument in the appellate brief--Illustrative form (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1485 2A Mass. Prac. Series s 44:1, Distinguishing between alimony and property division: the philosophy of M.G.L.A. c. 208, s34 (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1486 McQuillin The Law of Municipal Corporations s 19:30, Discrimination--Gender (2010) 1487 9 Minnesota Practice Series s 47.48, Discriminatory or selective enforcement; equal protection (2009) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1488 6 N.J. Prac. Series s 705, To whom to issue letters of general administration (2010) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1489 1983 Norton Annual Survey of Bankruptcy Law 6, SECTION 522(B)(1): AN EXAMINATION AND EVALUATION OF THE OPT-OUT PROVISO (1983) 1490 Punitive Damages: Law and Practice, Second Edition s 3:5, Equal protection (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1491 Restatement (Second) of Contracts s 12, Capacity To Contract (1981) 1492 Restatement (Third) of Trusts s 28, Charitable Purposes (2003) 1493 Restatement (Third) of Trusts s 32, Capacity Of Individual To Be Trustee (2003)

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1494 Restatement (Third) of Trusts s 32, Capacity Of Individual To Be Trustee (1999) 1495 RIA All States Tax Guide 964, SAN ANTONIO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, et al., Appellants v. DEMETRIO P. RODRIGUEZ, et al. (1973) 1496 Rights of Prisoners s 5:11, Standard of review (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1497 Scoles, Hay, Borchers and Symeonides Hornbook on Conflict of Laws s 14.I, I. Preliminary Policy Observations (2004) 1498 Sex-Based Employment Discrimination s 1:1, Historic development of legal approach (2010) 1499 Sex-Based Employment Discrimination s 2:1, Federal constitutional law (2010) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1500 State Taxation P 3.03, SUPREME COURT DECISIONS UNDER THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1501 Sutherland Statutes and Statutory Construction s 76:5, Constitutional interpretation (2010) 1502 17 Tex. Prac. Series s 574, General powers of community administrator (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1503 Treatise on Constitutional Law s 18.2(A), Introduction (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1504 Treatise on Constitutional Law s 18.22, Definition of a Standard--From Reed v. Reed to Craig v. Boren (2010) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1505 Va. Prac. Family Law: Theory Practice and Forms s 4:2, Feme sole estates and the Married Women's Property Acts (2010) 1506 West's Federal Administrative Practice s 11289, Equal Protection Clause--Gender discrimination (2010) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1507 8 Witkin, California Summary 10th Constitutional Law s 701, General Principle. HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1508 8 Witkin, California Summary 10th Constitutional Law s 771, Other Discriminatory Treatment. HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1509 8 Witkin, California Summary 10th Constitutional Law s 772, In General. HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1510 8 Witkin, California Summary 10th Constitutional Law s 779, Invalid Classification. HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1511 28 Am. Jur. Proof of Facts 3d 1, Proof of Equal Protection Violation By Municipal Police Department in Failing to Protect Victims of Domestic Violence (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1512 31 Am. Jur. Proof of Facts 3d 433, Proof of Entitlement to, or Disqualification from, Status As Decedent's Personal Representative (2010) 1513 Am. Jur. 2d Constitutional Law s 869, Reasonableness (2010) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1514 Am. Jur. 2d Constitutional Law s 870, Reasonableness--Prohibition of legislation which is arbitrary, capricious, and the like (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1515 Am. Jur. 2d Constitutional Law s 872, Material and substantial differences in regulated and unregulated classes--Relationship between differences and objectives of classification (2010) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1516 Am. Jur. 2d Constitutional Law s 877, Gender discrimination under Equal Protection Clause (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1517 Am. Jur. 2d Constitutional Law s 884, Other matters (2010) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1518 Am. Jur. 2d Death s 349, Pecuniary loss--Loss to surviving spouse and minor children (2010)

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1574 UNITED STATES V. CLARY: EQUAL PROTECTION AND THE CRACK STATUTE, 45 Am. U. L. Rev. 497, 565+ (1995) 1575 RECONSIDERING ABORTION LAW: LIBERTY, EQUALITY, AND THE NEW RHETORIC OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD V. CASEY, 45 Am. U. L. Rev. 77, 150 (1995) 1576 JUSTICE BLACKMUN, 43 Am. U. L. Rev. 737, 744 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1577 EMPLOYMENT DIVISION v. SMITH: THE SUPREME COURT ALTERS THE STATE OF FREE EXERCISE DOCTRINE, 40 Am. U. L. Rev. 1431, 1476 (1991) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 1578 BOWERS v. HARDWICK: IS THERE A RIGHT TO PRIVACY?, 37 Am. U. L. Rev. 487, 511 (1988) 1579 ROY v. COHEN: SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS AND THE FREE EXERCISE CLAUSE, 36 Am. U. L. Rev. 217, 244 (1986) 1580 JUSTIFYING UNISEX INSURANCE: ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE, 34 Am. U. L. Rev. 329, 367+ (1985) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1581 THROWING AWAY THE KEY: DUE PROCESS RIGHTS OF INSANITY ACQUITTEES IN JONES v. UNITED STATES, 34 Am. U. L. Rev. 479, 521 (1985) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1582 CONTRADICTIONS WILL OUT: ANIMAL RIGHTS VS. ANIMAL SACRIFICE IN THE SUPREME COURT, 1 Animal L. 79, 102 (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1583 REPORT OF THE WORKING COMMITTEES TO THE SECOND CIRCUIT TASK FORCE ON GENDER, RACIAL AND ETHNIC FAIRNESS IN THE COURTS, 1997 Ann. Surv. Am. L. 117, 414+ (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1584 A TRIBUTE TO JUSTICE SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR, 1996 Ann. Surv. Am. L. XVI, xix (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1585 ADOPTION AND THE CONSTITUTION: ARE ADOPTIVE PARENTS REALLY "STRANGERS WITHOUT RIGHTS"?, 1995 Ann. Surv. Am. L. 165, 254 (1995) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1586 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AS A WOMEN'S ISSUE, 1995 Ann. Surv. Am. L. 373, 382 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1587 'SEPARATE BUT EQUAL' REVISITED: THE DETROIT MALE ACADEMIES CASE, 1992/1993 Ann. Surv. Am. L. 85, 115+ (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1588 HOW PUTATIVE FATHER REGISTRIES FOSTER THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CHILD STANDARD, 1 Appalachian J. L. 57, 73 (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1589 OPENING CIVIL MARRIAGE TO SAME-GENDER COUPLES: A NETHERLANDS-UNITED STATES COMPARISON, 18 Ariz. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 141, 207 (2001) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1590 The Tradition of Reproduction, 37 Ariz. L. Rev. 453, 500+ (1995) 1591 WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH SELECTIVE INTERVENTION?, 37 Ariz. L. Rev. 955, 970 (1995) 1592 VIVA LA DIFERENCIA: A NON-SOLUTION TO THE DIFFERENCE DILEMMA, 36 Ariz. L. Rev. 973, 1009 (1994) 1593 THE PECULIAR FEDERAL MARRIAGE AMENDMENT, 36 Ariz. St. L.J. 783, 804 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1594 SAME-SEX MARRIAGE: AN EXAMINATION OF THE ISSUES OF DUE PROCESS AND EQUAL PROTECTION, 59 Ark. L. Rev. 471, 509 (2006) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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1595 THE ALLURE AND DANGER OF PRACTICING LAW AS TAXONOMY, 58 Ark. L. Rev. 159, 195 (2005) 1596 PROGNOSIS QUESTIONABLE: AN EXAMINATION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL HEALTH OF THE ARKANSAS MEDICAL MALPRACTICE STATUTE OF REPOSE, 50 Ark. L. Rev. 691, 729 (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1597 "YELLOW" SKIN, "WHITE" MASKS: ASIAN AMERICAN "IMPERSONATIONS" OF WHITENESS AND THE FEMINISTS CRITIQUE OF LIBERAL EQUALITY, 8 Asian L.J. 89, 109 (2001) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1598 7 Ave Maria L. Rev. 307, WHY THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE CANNOT "FIX" ABORTION LAW (2008) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1599 STUDENT LOAN DEBTORS AND THE AUTOMATIC STAY: CAN A UNIVERSITY LAWFULLY WITHHOLD THE TRANSCRIPT OF A DEFAULTING STUDENT DEBTOR?, 56 Baylor L. Rev. 205, 229+ (2004) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1600 CITY OF MESQUITE v. ALADDIN'S CASTLE: THE INTERMEDIATE STANDARD OF REVIEW IN AN EQUAL PROTECTION ANALYSIS, 34 Baylor L. Rev. 515, 524+ (1981) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1601 SAME-SEX MARRIAGE THROUGH THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE: A GENDERCONSCIOUS ANALYSIS, 21 Berkeley J. Gender L. & Just. 213, 240 (2006) 1602 CONSTITUTIONAL PRECOMMITMENTS TO GENDER AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION, GERMANY, CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH, 21 Berkeley J. Int'l L. 27, 61 (2003) 1603 GENDER OUTLAWS: CHALLENGING MASCULINITY IN TRADITIONALLY MALE INSTITUTIONS, 17 Berkeley Women's L.J. 68, 121+ (2002) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 1604 THE IMPLANTATION OF RIGHTS: AN ARGUMENT FOR UNCONDITIONALLY FUNDED NORPLANT REMOVAL, 11 Berkeley Women's L.J. 19, 48 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1605 WELFARE "REFORM": AN ATTACK ON US ALL, 11 Berkeley Women's L.J. 259, 269 (1996) 1606 GENDERED INEQUALITY: LESBIANS, GAYS, AND FEMINIST LEGAL THEORY, 9 Berkeley Women's L.J. 103, 143+ (1994) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1607 THE LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF GENDER BIAS IN STANDARDIZED TESTING, 7 Berkeley Women's L.J. 13, 89+ (1992) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1608 DO WE STILL NEED A FEDERAL EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENTS?, 44-FEB B. B.J. 10, 26+ (2000) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1609 IN DEFENSE OF THE 2006 TITLE IX REGULATIONS FOR SINGLE-SEX PUBLIC EDUCATION: HOW SEPARATE CAN BE EQUAL, 49 B.C. L. Rev. 217, 261+ (2008) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1610 EQUAL PROTECTION THEORY AND THE HARVEY MILK HIGH SCHOOL: WHY ANTISUBORDINATION ALONE IS NOT ENOUGH, 45 B.C. L. Rev. 869, 904 (2004) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1611 COLORADO'S AMENDMENT 2 AND HOMOSEXUALS' RIGHT TO EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAW, 35 B.C. L. Rev. 221, 258+ (1993) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1612 THE TRADITION OF PREJUDICE VERSUS THE PRINCIPLE OF EQUALITY: HOMOSEXUALS AND HEIGHTENED EQUAL PROTECTION SCRUTINY AFTER BOWERS v. HARDWICK, 31 B.C. L. Rev. 375, 475+ (1990) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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1613 THE INELIGIBILITY OF STRIKING WORKERS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE FOOD STAMP PROGRAM--LYNG v. INTERNATIONAL UNION, 31 B.C. L. Rev. 157, 169 (1989) 1614 SOME RUNS, SOME HITS, SOME ERRORS-KEEPING SCORE IN THE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION BALLPARK FROM WEBER TO JOHNSON, 30 B.C. L. Rev. 1, 97 (1988) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1615 ENDA BEFORE IT STARTS: SECTION 5 OF THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT AND THE AVAILABILITY OF DAMAGES AWARDS TO GAY STATE EMPLOYEES UNDER THE PROPOSED EMPLOYMENT NON-DISCRIMINATION ACT, 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 1, 65 (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1616 THE RACIALLY DISPARATE IMPACT OF RESTRICTIONS ON THE PUBLIC FUNDING OF ABORTION: AN ANALYSIS OF CURRENT EQUAL PROTECTION DOCTRINE, 13 B.C. Third World L.J. 1, 61 (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1617 THE MODERN SCHOOLS OF JURISPRUDENCE AND STANDING TO SUE THE GOVERNMENT FOR FAILURE TO ACT AGAINST A THIRD PARTY: DISSECTING ALLEN v. WRIGHT, 11 B.C. Third World L.J. 165, 201 (1991) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1618 THE MENTALLY RETARDED: THE NEED FOR INTERMEDIATE SCRUTINY, 7 B.C. Third World L.J. 109, 131+ (1987) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1619 THE INTRIGUING FEDERALIST FUTURE OF REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS, 88 B.U. L. Rev. 175, 225+ (2008) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1620 COURTING ANARCHY, 82 B.U. L. Rev. 699, 735+ (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1621 MASSACHUSETTS' "LIZZIE'S LAW": PROTECTION FOR CHILDREN OR VIOLATION OF PARENTS' CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS?, 78 B.U. L. Rev. 1547, 1581 (1998) 1622 BEHIND THE PARITY DEBATE: THE DECLINE OF THE LEGAL PROCESS TRADITION IN THE LAW OF FEDERAL COURTS, 71 B.U. L. Rev. 609, 644 (1991) 1623 COMPELLING GOVERNMENTAL INTERESTS: AN ESSENTIAL BUT UNANALYZED TERM IN CONSTITUTIONAL ADJUDICATION, 68 B.U. L. Rev. 917, 978 (1988) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1624 SHORING UP ARTICLE III: LEGISLATIVE COURT DOCTRINE IN THE POST CFTC v. SCHOR ERA, 68 B.U. L. Rev. 85, 152 (1988) 1625 REINSTITUTION OF THE CHAIN GANG: A HISTORICAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS, 6 B.U. Pub. Int. L.J. 753, 775+ (1997) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 1626 13 Bridgeport L. Rev. 331, ILLEGAL ALIENS, THE SOCIAL COMPACT AND THE CONNECTICUT CONSTITUTION (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1627 UNCHARTERED TERRITORY: MARKET COMPETITION'S CONSTITUTIONAL COLLISION WITH ENTREPRENEURIAL SEX-SEGREGATED CHARTER SCHOOLS, 2010 B.Y.U. Educ. & L.J. 307, 357 (2010) 1628 SHOULD PUBLIC EDUCATION BE A FEDERAL FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT?, 2005 B.Y.U. Educ. & L.J. 261, 290 (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1629 THE COMING COLLISION: ROMER AND STATE DEFENSE OF MARRIAGE ACTS, 2008 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 1635, 1649 (2008) 1630 JOHNSON V. RODRIGUES (OROZCO): AN ANALYSIS OF THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF UTAH'S ADOPTION STATUTES, 2001 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 349, 373 (2001) HN: 3 (S.Ct.)

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1631 LEARNING FROM THE PROCESS OF DECISION: THE PARENTING PLAN, 2001 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 857, 889+ (2001) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1632 A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF CONSTITUTIONAL CLAIMS FOR SAME-SEX MARRIAGE, 1996 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 1, 96 (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1633 TAXATION, EQUAL PROTECTION, AND INQUIRY INTO THE PURPOSE OF A LAW: NORDLINGER v. HAHN AND ALLEGHENY PITTSBURGH COAL CO. v. COUNTY COMMISSION, 1993 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 1001, 1018 (1993) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1634 THE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RESTORATION ACT: LEGISLATIVE CHOICE AND JUDICIAL REVIEW, 1993 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 73, 96 (1993) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1635 THE RISE OF EQUALITY IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ITS PITFALLS: LEARNING FROM COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 35 Brook. J. Int'l L. 1, 39 (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1636 TO BEAR OR NOT TO BEAR: REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM AS AN INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHT, 17 Brook. J. Int'l L. 309, 358 (1991) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1637 JUSTICE BLACKMUN, ABORTION, AND THE MYTH OF MEDICAL INDEPENDENCE, 72 Brook. L. Rev. 147, 197+ (2006) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 1638 JUSTICE GINSBURG AND THE MIDDLE WAY, 68 Brook. L. Rev. 629, 682 (2003) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1639 COMPELLED AFFIRMATIONS, FREE SPEECH, AND THE U.S. MILITARY'S DON'T ASK, DON'T TELL POLICY, 63 Brook. L. Rev. 1141, 1211 (1997) 1640 HOW THE SUPREME COURT IS DEALING WITH PRECEDENTS IN CONSTITUTIONAL CASES, 62 Brook. L. Rev. 973, 1038 (1996) 1641 BEYOND PRESUMPTIONS AND PEAFOWL: RECONCILING THE LEGAL PRINCIPLE OF EQUALITY WITH THE PEDAGOGICAL BENEFITS OF GENDER DIFFERENTIATION, 53 Buff. L. Rev. 1059, 1109 (2005) 1642 TRIANGULATING CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY: POWER, TIME, AND EVERYMAN, 53 Buff. L. Rev. 269, 337 (2005) 1643 STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION, EQUAL PROTECTION, AND THE AMENDMENT PROCESS: ON ROMER, HUNTER, AND EFFORTS TO TAME BAEHR, 45 Buff. L. Rev. 739, 739+ (1997) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1644 TOWARD GENDER EQUALITY: TESTING THE APPLICABILITY OF A BROADER DISCRIMINATION STANDARD IN THE WORKPLACE, 40 Buff. L. Rev. 217, 249+ (1992) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1645 INJUNCTIVE RELIEF AND SECTION 1985(3): ANTI-ABORTION BLOCKADERS MEET THE "KU KLUX KLAN ACT", 39 Buff. L. Rev. 855, 889 (1991) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1646 THE FAILURE OF GENDER EQUALITY: AN ESSAY IN CONSTITUTIONAL DISSONANCE, 36 Buff. L. Rev. 573, 644 (1987) 1647 15 Buff. Women's L.J. 1, CENTERING MEN'S EXPERIENCE: NORAH VINCENT'S SELFMADE MAN COMPLICATES FEMINIST LEGAL THEORISTS' VIEWS OF GENDER (2007) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1648 9 Buff. Women's L.J. 97, BETTER BITCH THAN MOUSE: RUTH BADER GINSBURG, FEM-

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INISM AND VMI (2001) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 1649 PROTECTED FROM THEIR OWN BELIEFS: RELIGIOUS OBJECTORS AND PATERNALISTIC LAWS, 18 BYU J. Pub. L. 185, 227 (2003) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1650 KATZENBACH V. MCCLUNG: THE ABANDONMENT OF FEDERALISM IN THE NAME OF RATIONAL BASIS, 14 BYU J. Pub. L. 1, 35 (1999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1651 TRANSGENDER LEGAL ADVOCACY: WHAT DO FEMINIST LEGAL THEORIES HAVE TO OFFER?, 97 Cal. L. Rev. 1719, 1762+ (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1652 INTRODUCTION OF JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG, 95 Cal. L. Rev. 2213, 2215 (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1653 THE DIMENSIONS OF LAW: JUDICIAL CRAFT, ITS PUBLIC PERCEPTION, AND THE ROLE OF THE SCHOLAR, 95 Cal. L. Rev. 1619, 1675 (2007) 1654 CONSTITUTIONAL CULTURE, SOCIAL MOVEMENT CONFLICT AND CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE: THE CASE OF THE DE FACTO ERA 2005-06 Brennan Center Symposium Lecture, 94 Cal. L. Rev. 1323, 1419+ (2006) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1655 CONSTITUTIONAL CULTURE OR ORDINARY POLITICS: A REPLY TO REVA SIEGEL, 94 Cal. L. Rev. 1465, 1486 (2006) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1656 THE CASE FOR TREATING EX-OFFENDERS AS A SUSPECT CLASS, 94 Cal. L. Rev. 1191, 1242 (2006) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1657 GEDULDIG REBORN: HIBBS AS A SUCCESS (?) OF JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG'S SEX-DISCRIMINATION STRATEGY, 93 Cal. L. Rev. 541, 586+ (2005) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1658 JUDICIAL SUPREMACY AND THE MODEST CONSTITUTION, 92 Cal. L. Rev. 1045, 1067 (2004) 1659 CONSTITUTIONAL CHOICES: LEGAL FEMINISM AND THE HISTORICAL DYNAMICS OF CHANGE, 92 Cal. L. Rev. 755, 839+ (2004) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1660 CONSTITUTIONALIZING WOMEN'S EQUALITY, 90 Cal. L. Rev. 735, 764 (2002) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1661 REFLECTIONS ON CONSTITUTIONALIZING WOMEN'S EQUALITY, 90 Cal. L. Rev. 765, 790+ (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1662 THE PATHS TO LEGAL EQUALITY: A REPLY TO DEAN SULLIVAN, 90 Cal. L. Rev. 791, 812+ (2002) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1663 OF TIERS OF SCRUTINY AND TIME TRAVEL: A REPLY TO DEAN SULLIVAN, 90 Cal. L. Rev. 819, 828 (2002) 1664 BEYOND THE ENFORCEMENT PRINCIPLE: SODOMY LAWS, SOCIAL NORMS, AND SOCIAL PANOPTICS, 89 Cal. L. Rev. 643, 740 (2001) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1665 FROM THE SECOND SEX TO THE JOINT VENTURE: AN OVERVIEW OF WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND FAMILY LAW IN THE UNITED STATES DURING THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, 88 Cal. L. Rev. 2017, 2093+ (2000) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 1666 PUSHING THINGS UP TO THEIR FIRST PRINCIPLES: REFLECTIONS ON THE VALUES OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, 87 Cal. L. Rev. 1299, 1407 (1999) 1667 JUSTIFYING GENDER-BASED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION UNDER UNITED STATES V.

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1685 THE PROVERBIAL CATCH-22: THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF SECTION FIVE OF THE IMMIGRATION MARRIAGE FRAUD AMENDMENTS OF 1986, 25 Cal. W. L. Rev. 1, 43 (1989) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1686 INTIMATE INJURIES: ARE THERE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW PROTECTIONS FROM FAMILY VIOLENCE, 15 Campbell L. Rev. 1, 27 (1992) 1687 A REQUIEM FOR MORALITY: A RESPONSE TO PETER M. CICCHINO, 30 Cap. U. L. Rev. 711, 764+ (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1688 MILLER V. ALBRIGHT: THE DENIAL OF EQUAL PROTECTION THROUGH A LETHAL COMBINATION OF STEREOTYPING AND MISAPPLIED DEFERENCE, 28 Cap. U. L. Rev. 153, 195 (1999) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1689 UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA: GENDER SCRUTINY UNDER AN "EXCEEDINGLY PERSUASIVE JUSTIFICATION" STANDARD, 26 Cap. U. L. Rev. 173, 173+ (1997) HN: 3,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1690 THE DILEMMA OF LEGAL DISCOURSE FOR PUBLIC EDUCATIONAL RESPONSES TO THE "CRISIS" FACING AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALES, 23 Cap. U. L. Rev. 63, 129 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1691 THE REFORM OF WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS: TITLE IX, EQUAL PROTECTION, AND SUPPLEMENTAL METHODS, 20 Cap. U. L. Rev. 691, 721 (1991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1692 CABINING FREEDOM: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LESBIAN AND GAY RIGHTS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA, 6 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. L. 425, 460 (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1693 THE WOMEN'S RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE GAME OF BASEBALL, 15 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 641, 661+ (2009) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 1694 INTERSEXUALITY AND THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF ANATOMICAL SEX, 12 Cardozo J.L. & Gender 135, 154 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1695 RUTH BADER GINSBURG: THE FIRST JEWISH WOMAN ON THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT, 19 Cardozo L. Rev. 1441, 1454 (1998) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 1696 ABOLITIONIST FEMINISM, MORAL SLAVERY, AND THE CONSTITUTION: "ON THE SAME PLATFORM OF HUMAN RIGHTS", 18 Cardozo L. Rev. 767, 843 (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1697 UNBLINDED MANDATORY HIV SCREENING OF NEWBORNS: CARE OR COERCION?, 16 Cardozo L. Rev. 169, 227 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1698 SUPREME COURT NARRATIVES ON EQUALITY AND GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT: 1971-2002, 10 Cardozo Women's L.J. 501, 576 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1699 INTRODUCING LAWRENCE V. TEXAS: SOME BACKGROUND AND A GLIMPSE OF THE FUTURE, 10 Cardozo Women's L.J. 263, 288 (2004) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1700 RUTH BADER GINSBURG AND GENDER EQUALITY: A REASSESSMENT OF HER CONTRIBUTION, 9 Cardozo Women's L.J. 1, 25+ (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1701 JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG AND THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE: A CULMINATION OF STRATEGIC SUCCESS, 4 Cardozo Women's L.J. 541, 584+ (1998) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.)

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1702 WHY MANDATORY HIV TESTING OF PREGNANT WOMEN AND NEWBORNS MUST FAIL: A LEGAL, HISTORICAL, AND PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS, 3 Cardozo Women's L.J. 13, 30 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1703 THE POSTPARTUM PSYCHOSIS DEFENSE AND FEMINISM: MORE OR LESS JUSTICE FOR WOMEN?, 53 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 143, 169+ (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1704 UPDATING ROMER V. EVANS: THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT'S DENIAL OF CERTIORARI IN EQUALITY FOUNDATION OF GREATER CINCINNATI V. CITY OF CINCINNATI, 49 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 645, 670+ (1999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1705 UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA AND OUR EVOLVING "CONSTITUTION": PLAYING PEEK-A-BOO WITH THE STANDARD OF SCRUTINY FOR SEX-BASED CLASSIFICATIONS, 47 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 1121, 1121+ (1997) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1706 SCALIA 18:22: THOU SHALL NOT LIE WITH THE ACADEMIC AND LAW SCHOOL ELITE; IT IS AN ABOMINATION-ROMER V. EVANS AND AMERICA'S CULTURE WAR, 47 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 207, 252+ (1996) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1707 RULE 11: HAS THE OBJECTIVE STANDARD TRANSGRESSED THE ADVERSARY SYSTEM?, 38 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 279, 317 (1987) 1708 WHEN WILL THE LAW CATCH UP WITH TECHNOLOGY? JAYCEE B. V. SUPERIOR COURT OF ORANGE COUNTY: AN URGENT CRY FOR LEGISLATION ON GESTATIONAL SURROGACY, 39 Cath. Law. 241, 268 (1999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1709 INTEGRATING MARITAL PROPERTY INTO A SPOUSE'S ELECTIVE SHARE, 59 Cath. U. L. Rev. 617, 717 (2010) 1710 JUSTICE SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR: A SELECTED ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY, 57 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1099, 1150 (2008) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1711 CONSTITUTIONAL EQUAL PROTECTION, STRICT SCRUTINY, AND THE POLITICS OF MARRIAGE LAW, 47 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1231, 1243+ (1998) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1712 DIVORCE AND THE DISCHARGEABILITY OF DEBTS: FOCUSING ON WOMEN AS CREDITORS IN BANKRUPTCY, 43 Cath. U. L. Rev. 351, 398 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1713 GROVE CITY COLLEGE v. BELL AND PROGRAM-SPECIFICITY: NARROWING THE SCOPE OF FEDERAL CIVIL RIGHTS STATUTES, 34 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1087, 1124+ (1985) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1714 DAMNED YANKEES: RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS THAT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST GEOGRAPHIC ORIGIN, 2 Charleston L. Rev. 671, 701 (2008) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1715 REVIVING THE PUBLIC/PRIVATE DISTINCTION IN FEMINIST THEORIZING, 75 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 847, 867 (2000) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1716 IS THE LAW MALE?: LET ME COUNT THE WAYS, 69 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 397, 411 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1717 SHANNON FAULKNER AND THE CITADEL: THE EFFECTS OF USING LITIGATION AS AN INSTRUMENT OF SOCIAL REFORM, 5 Circles: Buff. Women's J.L. & Soc. Pol'y 4, 17 (1997) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1718 AN ARGUMENT AGAINST A HISTORICAL "DIFERENCE" IN FEMINIST POLITICAL THEORY, 4 Circles: Buff. Women's J.L. & Soc. Pol'y 2, 9 (1996)

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1719 WOMEN PRISONERS, PENOLOGICAL INTERESTS, AND GENDER STEREOTYPING: AN APPLICATION OF EQUAL PROTECTION NORMS TO FEMALE INMATES, 32 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 251, 288+ (2000) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1720 MAKING THE GRADE, PUBLIC EDUCATION REFORM: THE USE OF STANDARDIZED TESTING TO RETAIN STUDENTS AND DENY DIPLOMAS, 30 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 495, 536 (1999) 1721 AMERASIANS AND GENDER-BASED EQUAL PROTECTION UNDER U.S. CITIZENSHIP LAW, 30 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 123, 158 (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1722 "WHAT'S THE BIG DEAL?" WOMEN IN THE NEW YORK CITY CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT LAW, 1970-1985, 22 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 21, 36+ (1990) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1723 EQUALITY WITH A VENGEANCE: FEMALE CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS IN PURSUIT OF A VOICE AND SUBSTANTIVE GENDER EQUALITY, 16 Colum. J. Gender & L. 97, 145+ (2007) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1724 PROTECTING SEX: SEXUAL DISINCENTIVES AND SEX-BASED DISCRIMINATION IN NGUYEN v. INS, 12 Colum. J. Gender & L. 222, 273 (2003) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1725 A BRIEF HISTORY OF GENDER LAW JOURNALS: THE HERITAGE OF MYRA BRADWELL'S CHICAGO LEGAL NEWS, 12 Colum. J. Gender & L. 421, 429 (2003) 1726 CATEGORICAL EXCLUSIONS: EXPLORING LEGAL RESPONSES TO HEALTH CARE DISCRIMINATION AGAINST TRANSSEXUALS, 11 Colum. J. Gender & L. 88, 126 (2002) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1727 THE EQUAL PROTECTION PROBLEM IN SEXUAL HARRASMENT DOCTRINE, 10 Colum. J. Gender & L. 125, 161+ (2000) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1728 WHAT'S RIGHTFULLY OURS: TOWARD A PROPERTY THEORY OF RAPE, 30 Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. 459, 502+ (1997) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 1729 DISTINGUISHING PRIVATE WOMEN'S COLLEGES FROM THE VMI DECISION, 30 Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. 137, 183+ (1997) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1730 EDUCATIONAL VOUCHERS: A CONSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS, 28 Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. 423, 473 (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1731 SELF-DETERMINATION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE DEMISE OF DEMOCRACY?, 41 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 601, 648 (2003) 1732 THE CHALLENGE OF RELIGIOUS FUNDAMENTALISM TO THE LIBERTY AND EQUALITY RIGHTS OF WOMEN: AN ANALYSIS UNDER THE UNITED NATIONS CHARTER, 35 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 271, 377 (1997) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 1733 ECONOMIC RIGHTS UNDER THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION, 32 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 97, 132 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1734 CONSTITUTIONAL TIPPING POINTS: CIVIL RIGHTS, SOCIAL CHANGE, AND FACTBASED ADJUDICATION, 106 Colum. L. Rev. 1955, 2022+ (2006) HN: 1,2 (S.Ct.) 1735 POLYGAMY, PROSTITUTION, AND THE FEDERALIZATION OF IMMIGRATION LAW, 105 Colum. L. Rev. 641, 716 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1736 REMARKS FOR THE CELEBRATION OF 75 YEARS OF WOMEN'S ENROLLMENT AT

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(S.Ct.) 1807 MILLER V. ALBRIGHT: CONTINUING TO DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF GENDER AND ILLEGITIMACY, 76 Denv. U. L. Rev. 281, 305+ (1998) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1808 CONCEPTUALISM BY ANY OTHER NAME . . ., 74 Denv. U. L. Rev. 1281, 1305 (1997) 1809 A DISCUSSION OF JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE WITH JUDGES OF THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE TENTH CIRCUIT:, 74 Denv. U. L. Rev. 355, 373 (1997) 1810 MOTHERS WHO KILL: COMING TO TERMS WITH MODERN AMERICAN INFANTICIDE, 8 DePaul J. Health Care L. 3, 107 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1811 DOE AND SMITH V. MUTUAL OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANY: THE POSSIBLE IMPACT OF INSURANCE CAPS ON HIV-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS, 4 DePaul J. Health Care L. 193, 222 (2000) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1812 IS GOOD NEWS NO NEWS FOR ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE THEORY?, 52 DePaul L. Rev. 125, 199 (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1813 ENFORCING THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE ON BEHALF OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS: THE IMPACT OF DOE v. CALUMET CITY, 45 DePaul L. Rev. 123, 130+ (1995) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 1814 COLORADO'S AMENDMENT 2 DEFEATED: THE EMERGENCE OF A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE POLITICAL PROCESS, 44 DePaul L. Rev. 841, 915+ (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1815 IN SICKNESS OR IN HEALTH: THE RIGHT TO MARRY AND THE CASE OF HIV ANTIBODY TESTING, 38 DePaul L. Rev. 87, 126 (1988) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1816 NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING & DRY DOCK CO. v. EEOC: THE FAMILY UNIT PROTECTED FROM PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION, 33 DePaul L. Rev. 545, 574+ (1984) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 1817 J.E.B. v. ALABAMA EX REL. T.B.: GENDER-BASED PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES, 1995 Det. C.L. Rev. 819, 822+ (1995) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 1818 PUTTING THE JUDICIAL SQUEEZE ON THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1871, 1993 Det. C.L. Rev. 1315, 1355 (1993) 1819 WASHOUT ON THE ROAD TO EQUAL PROTECTION: WATKINS v. U.S. ARMY, 1989 Det. C.L. Rev. 243, 261 (1989) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1820 PIKE v. CITY OF WYOMING: RES JUDICATA, REVISITED, 1989 Det. C.L. Rev. 1509, 1526 (1989) 1821 JUSTICE BLACKMUN AND INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS, 97 Dick. L. Rev. 421, 436 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1822 THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT: RECALLING WHAT THE COURT FORGOT, 56 Drake L. Rev. 911, 1014+ (2008) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1823 LAWRENCE BEYOND GAY RIGHTS: TAKING THE RATIONALITY REQUIREMENT FOR JUSTIFYING CRIMINAL STATUTES SERIOUSLY, 53 Drake L. Rev. 231, 279 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1824 HEIGHTENED SCRUTINY UNDER THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE: A REMEDY TO DISCRIMINATION BASED ON SEXUAL ORIENTATION, 42 Drake L. Rev. 485, 510 (1993)

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HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1825 THE NATURAL RIGHTS CLAUSE OF THE IOWA CONSTITUTION: WHEN THE LAW SITS TOO TIGHT, 42 Drake L. Rev. 593, 658 (1993) 1826 A MAN'S RIGHT TO CHOOSE HIS SURNAME IN MARRIAGE: A PROPOSAL, 16 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 155, 168 (2009) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 1827 LEGAL IMPEDIMENTS TO SERVICE: WOMEN IN THE MILITARY AND THE RULE OF LAW, 14 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 1061, 1096+ (2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1828 WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND FETAL PERSONHOOD IN CRIMINAL LAW, 7 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 89, 115+ (2000) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1829 GONE WITH THE WIND? VMI'S LOSS AND THE FUTURE OF SINGLE-SEX PUBLIC EDUCATION, 4 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 27, 68+ (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1830 GIRLS' SCHOOLS AFTER VMI: DO THEY MAKE THE GRADE?, 4 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 69, 100+ (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1831 GENDER LAW, 1 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 1, 1 (1994) 1832 STRUCK BY STEREOTYPE: RUTH BADER GINSBURG ON PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION AS SEX DISCRIMINATION, 59 Duke L.J. 771, 798+ (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1833 TOWARD A PRAGMATIC UNDERSTANDING OF STATUS-CONSCIOUSNESS: THE CASE OF DEREGULATED EDUCATION, 50 Duke L.J. 753, 886+ (2000) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1834 CRACKING THE CODE OF UNITED STATES V. VIRGINIA, 48 Duke L.J. 305, 339+ (1998) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 1835 PROPOSITION 209, 47 Duke L.J. 187, 325 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1836 TOWARD A BLACK LEGAL SCHOLARSHIP: RACE AND ORIGINAL UNDERSTANDINGS, 1991 Duke L.J. 39, 105+ (1991) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1837 SEX DISCRIMINATION IN THE SUPREME COURT-A COMMENT ON SEX EQUALITY, SEX DIFFERENCES, AND THE SUPREME COURT, 1985 Duke L.J. 177, 194+ (1985) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1838 WOMAN'S CONSTITUTION, 1984 Duke L.J. 447, 508 (1984) 1839 A PLEA FOR RATIONALITY AND DECENCY: THE DISPARATE TREATMENT OF LEGAL WRITING FACULTIES AS A VIOLATION OF BOTH EQUAL PROTECTION AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS, 39 Duq. L. Rev. 329, 393+ (2001) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 1840 GENDER DISCRIMINATION AND THE MILITARY SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT: WOULD THE MSSA PASS CONSTITUTIONAL MUSTER TODAY?, 36 Duq. L. Rev. 171, 184+ (1997) HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 1841 THE TREND TOWARD THE EXTENSION OF BATSON TO GENDER-BASED PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES, 32 Duq. L. Rev. 833, 848 (1994) 1842 THE SUPREME COURT, THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND ANTI-SEX-DISCRIMINATION LEGISLATION: PUTTING AMERICAN BOOKSELLERS ASSOCIATION, INC. v. HUDNUT IN PERSPECTIVE, 32 Duq. L. Rev. 187, 218 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1843 A PROPOSITION WITH A POWERFUL PUNCH: THE LEGALITY AND CONSTITUTIONALITY OF NCAA PROPOSITION 48, 26 Duq. L. Rev. 43, 77+ (1987) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1844 HETEROSEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE IMPERATIVES, 56 Emory L.J. 1157, 1172 (2007)

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1845 LAWRENCE V. GEDULDIG: REGULATING WOMEN'S SEXUALITY, 56 Emory L.J. 1235, 1303+ (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1846 NEITHER EQUAL NOR PROTECTED: THE INVISIBLE LAW OF EQUAL PROTECTION, THE LEGAL INVISIBILITY OF ITS GENDER-BASED VICTIMS, 44 Emory L.J. 1069, 1185 (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1847 PUBLIC EDUCATION: AN INNER-CITY CRISIS! SINGLE-SEX SCHOOLS: AN INNERCITY ANSWER?, 42 Emory L.J. 591, 646+ (1993) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 1848 THE RIGHT TO "PLEAD OUT" ISSUES AND BLOCK THE ADMISSION OF PREJUDICIAL EVIDENCE: THE DIFFERENTIAL TREATMENT OF CIVIL LITIGANTS AND THE CRIMINAL ACCUSED AS A DENIAL OF EQUAL PROTECTION, 40 Emory L.J. 341, 383+ (1991) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1849 RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS AS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, 40 Emory L.J. 77, 139 (1991) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1850 PROPOSAL: BILINGUAL EDUCATION GUIDELINES FOR THE COURTS AND THE SCHOOLS, 33 Emory L.J. 577, 629 (1984) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1851 THE EXPANSION OF CONSTITUTIONAL AND STATUTORY REMEDIES FOR SEX SEGREGATION IN EDUCATION: THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT AND TITLE IX OF THE EDUCATION AMENDMENTS OF 1972, 32 Emory L.J. 1111, 1165+ (1983) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1852 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - EQUAL PROTECTION - CABELL v. CHAVEZ-SALIDO, 31 Emory L.J. 707, 744+ (1982) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1853 PUBLIC OUTCRY: KELO V. CITY OF NEW LONDON-A PROPOSED SOLUTION, 39 Envtl. L. 431, 450 (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1854 READING DOLAN v. CITY OF TIGARD, 25 Envtl. L. 127, 142+ (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1855 PARADIGM SHIFTS AND PENDULUM SWINGS IN CHILD CUSTODY: THE INTERESTS OF CHILDREN IN THE BALANCE, 42 Fam. L.Q. 381, 418 (2008) 1856 THE CONSTITUTIONALIZATION OF FAMILY LAW, 42 Fam. L.Q. 529, 572+ (2008) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1857 TALKING ABOUT CHILDREN'S RIGHTS IN JUDICIAL CUSTODY AND VISITATION DECISION-MAKING, 36 Fam. L.Q. 105, 133 (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1858 WOMEN LAWYERS IN FAMILY LAW, 33 Fam. L.Q. 501, 513 (1999) 1859 CHILD CUSTODY IN THE AGE OF CHILDREN'S RIGHTS: THE SEARCH FOR A JUST AND WORKABLE STANDARD, 33 Fam. L.Q. 815, 819+ (1999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1860 EPILOGUE: OF FAMILIES, FEDERALIZATION, AND A QUEST FOR POLICY, 33 Fam. L.Q. 843, 863 (1999) 1861 TRENDS IN CHILD CUSTODY AWARDS: HAS THE REMOVAL OF MATERNAL PREFERENCE MADE A DIFFERENCE?, 28 Fam. L.Q. 247, 267 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1862 CRITERIA FOR DECIDING CHILD CUSTODY IN THE TRIAL AND APPELLATE COURTS, 18 Fam. L.Q. 1, 42 (1984) 1863 FAMILIAS SIN FRONTERAS: MUJERES UNIDAS POR SU HISTORIA, 15 Fla. J. Int'l L. 321, 343+ (2003) HN: 2 (S.Ct.)

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1864 THE FEMINIST MISSPEAK OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT, 57 Fla. L. Rev. 133, 186 (2005) 1865 BUILDING BRIDGES V-CUBANS WITHOUT BORDERS: MUJERES UNIDAS POR SU HISTORIA, 55 Fla. L. Rev. 225, 268 (2003) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1866 WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE: PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES, GENDER, AND INTERMEDIATE SCRUTINY IN J.E.B. V. ALABAMA, 46 Fla. L. Rev. 261, 290+ (1994) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1867 DATE RAPE AND THE CULTURE OF ACCEPTANCE, 43 Fla. L. Rev. 487, 527 (1991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1868 EQUALITY THEORY, MARITAL RAPE, AND THE PROMISE OF THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT, 42 Fla. L. Rev. 45, 79+ (1990) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1869 NEW GROUPS AND OLD DOCTRINE: RETHINKING CONGRESSIONAL POWER TO ENFORCE THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE, 37 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 451, 537 (2010) 1870 DISABUSING THE DEFINITION OF DOMESTIC ABUSE: HOW WOMEN BATTER MEN AND THE ROLE OF THE FEMINIST STATE, 30 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 791, 855 (2003) 1871 UNIVERSALISM, LIBERAL THEORY, AND THE PROBLEM OF GAY MARRIAGE, 25 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 705, 730+ (1998) 1872 LAGGING BEHIND THE TIMES: PARENTHOOD, CUSTODY, AND GENDER BIAS IN THE FAMILY COURT, 25 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 891, 956+ (1998) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 1873 HOLDING THE LINE AT VMI AND THE CITADEL: THE PRSERVATION OF A STATE'S RIGHT TO OFFER A SINGLE-GENDER MILITARY EDUCATION, 23 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 795, 836+ (1996) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 1874 ONE FLESH, TWO TAXPAYERS: A NEW APPROACH TO MARRIAGE AND WEALTH TRANSFER TAXATION, 6 Fla. Tax Rev. 757, 806 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1875 ROSENBERGER v. RECTOR & VISITORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA: THE MYTH OF THE CONTENT NEUTRAL ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE, 6 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 871, 953+ (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1876 SURRENDERING THE RULE OF LAW IN FOREIGN RELATIONS, 32 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1154, 1161 (2009) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1877 THE RIGHTS OF DIVORCED LESBIANS: INTERSTATE RECOGNITION OF CHILD CUSTODY JUDGMENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF SAME-SEX DIVORCE, 78 Fordham L. Rev. 1379, 1431+ (2009) 1878 THE FLAWS OF RATIONAL BASIS WITH BITE: WHY THE SUPREME COURT SHOULD ACKNOWLEDGE ITS APPLICATION OF HEIGHTENED SCRUTINY TO CLASSIFICATIONS BASED ON SEXUAL ORIENTATION, 73 Fordham L. Rev. 2769, 2814+ (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1879 NEGOTIATING GENDER AND (FREE AND EQUAL) CITIZENSHIP: THE PLACE OF ASSOCIATIONS, 72 Fordham L. Rev. 1569, 1598 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1880 WHEN EQUAL PROTECTION FAILS: HOW THE EQUAL PROTECTION JUSTIFICATION FOR ABORTION UNDERCUTS THE STRUGGLE FOR EQUALITY IN THE WORKPLACE, 70 Fordham L. Rev. 2657, 2703+ (2002) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1881 INTERSECTIONALITY AND POSITIONALITY: SITUATING WOMEN OF COLOR IN THE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION DIALOGUE, 66 Fordham L. Rev. 843, 930 (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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1882 FIDELITY AND CONSTRAINT, 65 Fordham L. Rev. 1365, 1433 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1883 FIDELITY, INDETERMINACY, AND THE PROBLEM OF CONSTITUTIONAL EVIL, 65 Fordham L. Rev. 1739, 1756+ (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1884 QUESTIONING THE USE OF RACE-SPECIFIC AND GENDER-SPECIFIC ECONOMIC DATA IN TORT LITIGATION: A CONSTITUTIONAL ARGUMENT, 63 Fordham L. Rev. 73, 124+ (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1885 REWRITING THE CONSTITUTION: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROCESS, 62 Fordham L. Rev. 111, 162 (1993) 1886 GOD BLESS THE CHILD?: THE USE OF RELIGION AS A FACTOR IN CHILD CUSTODY AND ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS, 58 Fordham L. Rev. 383, 426 (1989) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 1887 WHAT WOMEN ARE TEACHING A MALE-DOMINATED PROFESSION, 57 Fordham L. Rev. 989, 994 (1989) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1888 WOMEN LAWYERS IN BIG FIRMS: A STUDY IN PROGRESS TOWARD GENDER EQUALITY, 57 Fordham L. Rev. 111, 126 (1988) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1889 MATERNITY LEAVE: TAKING SEX DIFFERENCES INTO ACCOUNT, 54 Fordham L. Rev. 699, 765+ (1986) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1890 SENTENCING OF YOUTHFUL MISDEMEANANTS UNDER THE YOUTH CORRECTIONS ACT: ELIMINATING DISPARTIES CREATED BY THE FEDERAL MAGISTRATE ACT OF 1979, 51 Fordham L. Rev. 1254, 1277+ (1983) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1891 DISCIPLINARY EXCLUSION OF HANDICAPPED STUDENTS: AN EXAMINATION OF THE LIMITATIONS IMPOSED BY THE EDUCATION FOR ALL HANDICAPPED CHILDREN ACT OF 1975, 51 Fordham L. Rev. 168, 195 (1982) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1892 NEWBORN HIV SCREENING AND NEW YORK ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 6747-B: PRIVACY AND EQUAL PROTECTION OF PREGNANT WOMEN, 21 Fordham Urb. L.J. 857, 926+ (1994) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 1893 HAS CONNECTICUT THROWN OUT THE BABY WITH THE BATH WATER?{FN1ΠTERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS AND IN RE VALERIE D., 19 Fordham Urb. L.J. 535, 561 (1992) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1894 SAME-SEX MARRIAGE AND THE NEW MEXICO EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT, 20 Geo. Mason U. Civ. Rts. L.J. 209, 235 (2010) 1895 RACIAL AND SEXUAL PATERNALISM, 19 Geo. Mason U. Civ. Rts. L.J. 553, 624+ (2009) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1896 VIRGINIA'S DISCRIMINATORY TREATMENT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS: SOME CONSTITUTIONAL AND POLICY CONSIDERATIONS, 6 Geo. Mason U. Civ. Rts. L.J. 1, 34 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1897 LAMPRECHT v. FCC: A LOOKING-GLASS INTO THE FUTURE OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION?, 61 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1895, 1954 (1993) 1898 INTERPRETATION OF THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE: A CONSTITUTIONAL SHELL GAME, 61 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1349, 1364+ (1993) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 1899 SPOUSAL BENEFITS UNDER THE PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION ACT, 50 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 827, 847 (1982)

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1900 BEHIND THE SCENES ON A DIFFERENT SET: WHAT CONGRESS NEEDS TO DO IN THE AFTERMATH OF ST. CYR AND NGUYEN, 16 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 313, 338 (2002) 1901 MILLER V. ALBRIGHT: PLENARY POWER, EQUAL PROTECTION, AND THE RIGHTS OF AN ALIEN LOVE CHILD, 12 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 621, 626+ (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1902 IN SEARCH OF QUALITY CHILDCARE: CLOSING THE IMMIGRATION GATE TO CHILDCARE WORKERS, 8 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 161, 199 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1903 THE JUDICIARY IN THE UNITED STATES: A SEARCH FOR FAIRNESS, INDEPENDENCE, AND COMPETANCE, 14 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 667, 686 (2001) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1904 RECONCILING RAPTURE, REPRESENTATION, AND RESPONSIBILITY: AN ARGUMENT AGAINST PER SE BANS ON ATTORNEY-CLIENT SEX, 10 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 209, 268 (1997) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1905 WOMEN ARE THE NATURAL LEADERS, 7 Geo. J. on Poverty L. & Pol'y 225, 230 (2000) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 1906 ORIGINALISM AND THE GOOD CONSTITUTION, 98 Geo. L.J. 1693, 1746+ (2010) 1907 PREGNANCY, WORK, AND THE PROMISE OF EQUAL CITIZENSHIP, 98 Geo. L.J. 567, 628+ (2010) 1908 THE LOGIC OF EXPERIENCE: REFLECTIONS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT LAW, 90 Geo. L.J. 813, 833 (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1909 CONSTITUTIONALIZING JURY SELECTION IN CRIMINAL CASES: A CRITICAL EVALUATION, 86 Geo. L.J. 945, 1010 (1998) 1910 MAJORITARIAN JUDICIAL REVIEW: THE ENTRENCHMENT PROBLEM, 85 Geo. L.J. 491, 553 (1997) 1911 STOPPING STALKING, 81 Geo. L.J. 2771, 2813+ (1993) 1912 EQUAL PROTECTION, PUBLIC CHOICE THEORY, AND LEARNFARE: WEALTH CLASSIFICATIONS REVISITED, 81 Geo. L.J. 2141, 2165+ (1993) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1913 TWELVE TOPICS TO CONSIDER BEFORE OPTING FOR RACIAL QUOTAS, 79 Geo. L.J. 1737, 1767 (1991) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 1914 GENDER BASED DISCRIMINATION IN POLICE RELUCTANCE TO RESPOND TO DOMESTIC ASSAULT COMPLAINTS, 75 Geo. L.J. 667, 680+ (1986) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1915 WOMEN AND LAW: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE UNITED STATES AND INDIAN SUPREME COURTS' EQUALITY JURISPRUDENCE, 34 Ga. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 557, 618+ (2006) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1916 HOW ARE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS RESPONDING TO STUDENT RENTAL PROBLEMS IN UNIVERSITY TOWNS IN THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, AND ENGLAND?, 33 Ga. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 497, 542 (2005) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 1917 A UNIFORM DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIP ACT: MARRYING BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP AND FAMILY LAW, 41 Ga. L. Rev. 349, 429 (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1918 DEADBEAT DADS: UNDESERVING OF THE RIGHT TO INHERIT FROM THEIR ILLEGITIMATE CHILDREN AND UNDESERVING OF EQUAL POTECTION, 34 Ga. L. Rev. 1773, 1787+ (2000) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 1919 DISCRIMINATION BASED ON RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION: ANOTHER NAIL IN THE PER-

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EMPTORY CHALLENGE'S COFFIN?, 29 Ga. L. Rev. 493, 538 (1995) 1920 FEMINISM AND THE LIMITS OF EQUALITY, 24 Ga. L. Rev. 803, 816+ (1990) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 1921 SHARPENING THE PRONGS OF THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE: APPLYING STRICTER SCRUTINY TO MAJORITY RELIGIONS, 23 Ga. L. Rev. 1085, 1127 (1989) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1922 THE STRIKER AMENDMENT TO THE FOOD STAMP ACT: POLITICS CHIPPING AWAY AT THE UNION, FAMILY, AND SOCIAL WELFARE, 22 Ga. L. Rev. 741, 772 (1988) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1923 SEXUAL ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION IN THE WAKE OF BOWERS v. HARDWICK, 22 Ga. L. Rev. 773, 803+ (1988) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1924 WHY EQUALITY MATTERS, 17 Ga. L. Rev. 245, 289 (1983) 1925 THE CONCEPT OF THE DOCTRINE OF THE COURT IN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 16 Ga. L. Rev. 357, 405+ (1982) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1926 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION: AMEND PART 3 OF ARTICLE 16 OF CHAPTER 2 OF TITLE 20 OF THE OFFICIAL CODE OF GEORGIA ANNOTATED, RELATING TO STUDENT HEALTH IN ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, SO AS TO REQUIRE IMMUNI, 24 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 143, 157+ (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1927 THE HIDDEN GENDER BIAS BEHIND "THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CHILD" STANDARD IN CUSTODY DECISIONS, 13 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 845, 845 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1928 WHEN ARE LAW AND ECONOMICS ISOMORPHIC?, 39 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 183, 220 (2009) 1929 WHAT DOES DIVERSITY MEAN IN SEATTLE?: PARENTS INVOLVED IN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS v. SEATTLE SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER 1 STRIKES DOWN THE USE OF A RACIAL TIEBREAKER, 35 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 51, 84 (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1930 UNITED STATES v. DE GROSS: THE NINTH CIRCUIT EXPANDS RESTRICTIONS ON A CRIMINAL DEFENDANT'S RIGHT TO EXERCISE PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES, 23 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 109, 133+ (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1931 FLORES v. MEESE: INS' BLANKET DETENTION OF MINORS INVALIDATED, 22 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 183, 197+ (1992) 1932 TREADING THE SUPREME COURT'S MURKY IMMUTABILITY WATERS, 38 Gonz. L. Rev. 409, 444+ (2003) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1933 POLITICAL ALIENATION IN AMERICA AND THE LEGAL PREMISES OF THE PATRIOT MOVEMENT, 34 Gonz. L. Rev. 417, 443 (1999) 1934 INVISIBLE PLAINTIFFS: A FEMINIST CRITIQUE ON THE RIGHTS OF PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS IN THE WAKE OF HUSTLER MAGAZINE V. FALWELL, 35 Gonz. L. Rev. 291, 317 (1999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1935 THE AMERICAN MILITARY: WE'RE LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD (STRAIGHT) MEN, 29 Gonz. L. Rev. 133, 163+ (1994) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 1936 BRAY v. ALEXANDRIA WOMEN'S HEALTH CLINIC: NARROWING THE SCOPE OF 42 U.S.C. s 1985(3), 29 Gonz. L. Rev. 645, 674 (1994) 1937 ADOPTING A MORE REALISTIC DEFINITION OF "FAMILY", 26 Gonz. L. Rev. 91, 124+

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(1991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1938 CITIZENS FOR EQUAL PROTECTION V. BRUNING: WHY THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT WRONGLY UPHELD NEBRASKA'S S 29 IN THE FACE OF AN EQUAL PROTECTION CHALLENGE, 30 Hamline L. Rev. 373, 408 (2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1939 BAKER v. NELSON REVISITED: IS SAME-SEX MARRIAGE COMING TO MINNESOTA?, 28 Hamline L. Rev. 425, 464 (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1940 UNFINISHED BUSINESS: INTERMEDIATE SCRUTINY, "REAL DIFFERENCES," AND "SEPARATE-BUT-EQUAL" IN UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA, 116 S.CT. 2264 (1996), 20 Hamline L. Rev. 471, 481+ (1996) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 1941 DISCRIMINATORY IMPACT ANALYSIS: A STATE CONSTITUTIONAL APPROACH: STATE v. RUSSELL, 447 N.W.2d 886 (Minn. 1991), 15 Hamline L. Rev. 497, 520+ (1992) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1942 THE ILLUSION OF RESIDENTIAL PRIVACY: THE DOCTRINE OF TIME, PLACE, AND MANNER REGULATION REVISITED, FRISBY v. SCHULTZ, 108 S.CT. 2495 (1988), 12 Hamline L. Rev. 447, 475 (1989) 1943 IMPUNITY: SEXUAL ABUSE IN WOMEN'S PRISONS, 42 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 45, 87 (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1944 "THE SEXUAL FREEDOM CASES"? CONTRACEPTION, ABORTION, ABSTINENCE, AND THE CONSTITUTION, 35 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 299, 331+ (2000) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 1945 IS IT LAWYERS WE ARE FUNDING: A CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE TO THE 1996 RESTRICTIONS ON THE LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION, 33 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 107, 158+ (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1946 THE SEARCH FOR CITIZEN-SOLDIERS: FEMALE CADETS AND THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE--UNITED STATES v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, 852 F. SUPP. 471 (W.D. VA. 1994), 30 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 247, 266 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1947 NEGLECTED STORIES AND THE LAWFULNESS OF ROE v. WADE, 28 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 299, 394 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1948 A TRIBUTE TO NORMAN DORSEN, 27 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 309, 314 (1992) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1949 A JUDICIAL BLOW TO THE MILITARY'S ANTI-GAY POLICIES: PRUITT v. CHENEY, 943 F.2D 989 (9TH CIR. 1991), 27 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 244, 261 (1992) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 1950 EFFICIENCY'S THREAT TO THE VALUE OF ACCESSIBLE COURTS FOR MINORITIES, 25 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 341, 429 (1990) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1951 DECLARING ENGLISH THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE: PREJUDICE SPOKEN HERE, 24 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 293, 348 (1989) 1952 WORK AND FAMILY: THE GENDER PARADOX AND THE LIMITATIONS OF DISCRIMINATION ANALYSIS IN RESTRUCTURING THE WORKPLACE, 24 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 79, 172 (1989) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 1953 FEMINISM UNMODIFIED. CATHARINE A. MACKINNON. CAMBRIDGE: HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1987. PP. 315. $25.00, CLOTH, 23 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 611, 622

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2087 PROTECTING THE CONSTITUTION FROM THE PEOPLE: JURICENTRIC RESTRICTIONS ON SECTION FIVE POWER, 78 Ind. L.J. 1, 45 (2003) 2088 A CONSERVATIVE DEFENSE OF ROMER V. EVANS, 76 Ind. L.J. 403, 442 (2001) 2089 THE PATH OF AMERICAN RELIGIOUS LIBERTY: FROM THE ORIGINAL THEOLOGY TO FORMAL NEUTRALITY AND AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE, 75 Ind. L.J. 1, 36 (2000) 2090 THE NORMALIZED FREE EXERCISE CLAUSE: THREE ABNORMALITIES, 75 Ind. L.J. 77, 122 (2000) 2091 MULTIVOCAL PREJUDICES AND HOMO EQUITY Addison C. Harris Lecture October 27, 1998, 74 Ind. L.J. 1085, 1128 (1999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2092 THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE MEETS THE SEVENTH AMENDMENT: THE DEMISE OF JURY TRIALS UNDER ARTICLE 5?, 72 Ind. L.J. 681, 722 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2093 "MOTHER," "PARENT," AND BIAS, 69 Ind. L.J. 1165, 1192 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2094 NINTH LIFE: AN INTERPRETIVE THEORY OF THE NINTH AMENDMENT, 69 Ind. L.J. 759, 847 (1994) 2095 AND PROMISES TO KEEP: THE FUTURE IN EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION, 68 Ind. L.J. 857, 864 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2096 THE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT: CIVIL RIGHTS FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT VICTIMS, 68 Ind. L.J. 577, 617+ (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2097 THE GENDER GAP: SEPARATING THE SEXES IN PUBLIC EDUCATION, 68 Ind. L.J. 149, 176+ (1992) 2098 PUTATIVE FATHERS AND PARENTAL INTERESTS: A SEARCH FOR PROTECTION, 65 Ind. L.J. 939, 964+ (1990) 2099 VALUES, IDEOLOGY AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE ADVERSARY SYSTEM, 64 Ind. L.J. 301, 355 (1989) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2100 CANCER-BASED EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION: WHETHER THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO TITLE VII WILL PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE ANTI-DISCRIMINATION REMEDY, 62 Ind. L.J. 827, 856+ (1987) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2101 HONORING THE LEGACIES OF JUSTICE WILLIAM J. BRENNAN, JR., AND JUSTICE THURGOOD MARSHALL A Panel Discussion Presented by the Indianapolis Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society, 43 Ind. L. Rev. 441, 465 (2010) 2102 INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN AND THE LAW: FACING THE MILLENNIUM INDIANA LAW REVIEW, 32 Ind. L. Rev. 1161, 1165 (1999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2103 SUCCESSFUL RATIONAL BASIS CLAIMS IN THE SUPREME COURT FROM THE 1971 TERM THROUGH ROMER V. EVANS, 32 Ind. L. Rev. 357, 361+ (1999) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2104 MEDICAID v. THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY: A REASONABLE LEGISLATIVE SOLUTION TO A STATE'S FINANCIAL WOES?, 30 Ind. L. Rev. 851, 880+ (1997) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2105 MEDICAL MALPRACTICE ACTS' STATUTES OF LIMITATION AS THEY APPLY TO MINORS: ARE THEY PROPER?, 28 Ind. L. Rev. 413, 446 (1995) 2106 REDUCING THE FEDERAL DOCKET: AN EXCLUSIVE ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDY FOR PRISONERS BRINGING TORT CLAIMS UNDER THE FEDERAL TORT CLAIM ACT, 24 Ind. L. Rev. 439, 458 (1991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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2107 THE SUPREME COURT, TITLE VII AND "VOLUNTARY' AFFIRMATIVE ACTION-A CRITIQUE, 21 Ind. L. Rev. 767, 888 (1988) 2108 75 Interpreter Releases 573, SPLIT SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS CITIZENSHIP LAW (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2109 68 Interpreter Releases 1130, RECENT DECISION (1991) 2110 JUDICIAL FEDERALISM, EQUAL PROTECTION, AND THE LEGACY OF RACING ASSOCIATION OF CENTRAL IOWA, 95 Iowa L. Rev. 1731, 1757+ (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2111 WHEN NO PLACE IS HOME: WHY THE HOMELESS DESERVE SUSPECT CLASSIFICATION, 88 Iowa L. Rev. 501, 537+ (2003) 2112 PATH DEPENDENCE IN THE LAW: THE COURSE AND PATTERN OF LEGAL CHANGE IN A COMMON LAW SYSTEM, 86 Iowa L. Rev. 601, 665+ (2001) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2113 DUMB AND DOMA: WHY THE DEFENSE OF MARRIAGE ACT IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL, 83 Iowa L. Rev. 1, 33 (1997) 2114 BROKEN PROMISES REVISITED: THE WINDOW OF VULNERABILITY FOR SURVIVING SPOUSES UNDER ERISA, 76 Iowa L. Rev. 431, 502 (1991) 2115 HONEST DIFFERENCES IN DISCERNING THE CONSTITUTION'S MEETING-THE TASK OF DEFINING CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS FOR PERSONS WHO ARE RETARDED, 72 Iowa L. Rev. 1301, 1308 (1987) 2116 PERCEPTIONS OF HARM: THE CONSENT DEFENSE IN SEXUAL HARASSMENT CASES, 71 Iowa L. Rev. 1109, 1135 (1986) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2117 THE GENESIS AND PRESENT STATUS OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN EMPLOYMENT: ECONOMIC, LEGAL, AND POLITICAL REALITIES, 70 Iowa L. Rev. 901, 944 (1985) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2118 UNBORN CHILDREN AS CONSTITUTIONAL PERSONS, 25 Issues L. & Med. 185, 198+ (2010) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2119 NUTRITION AND HYDRATION FOR PATIENTS: THE CONSTITUTIONAL ASPECTS, 4 Issues L. & Med. 3, 52 (1988) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2120 STATE LAWS CRIMINALIZING FEMALE CIRCUMCISION: A VIOLATION OF THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE OF THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT?, 32 J. Marshall L. Rev. 353, 380+ (1999) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2121 RUTH BADER GINSBURG: EXTENDING THE CONSTITUTION, 32 J. Marshall L. Rev. 197, 225+ (1998) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2122 THE FEMINIZATION OF THE OFFICE OF NOTARY PUBLIC: FROM FEME COVERT TO NOTAIRE COVERT, 31 J. Marshall L. Rev. 703, 733+ (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2123 SENTENCING AND CULTURAL DIFFERENCES: BANISHMENT OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN ROBBERS, 29 J. Marshall L. Rev. 239, 267 (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2124 EDMONSON v. LEESVILLE CONCRETE CO.:* WILL THE PEREMPTORY CHALLENGE SURVIVE ITS BATTLE WITH THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE?, 25 J. Marshall L. Rev. 37, 80 (1991) 2125 CHILD SAFETY RESTRAINTS: A CONTROVERSY OVER SAFE INFANT AIR TRAVEL, 57 J. Air L. & Com. 201, 255 (1991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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2126 LITIGATION CAMPAIGNS AND THE SEARCH FOR CONSTITUTIONAL RULES, 6 J. App. Prac. & Process 101, 111+ (2004) 2127 WOMEN IN CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT: THE CREATION OF A NEW SOCIAL REALITY, 44 J. Cath. Legal Stud. 461, 478+ (2005) 2128 SQUARING AFFIRMATIVE ACTION ADMISSIONS POLICIES WITH FEDERAL JUDICIAL GUIDELINES: A MODEL FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY, 22 J.C. & U.L. 895, 934 (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2129 THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF OPTING OUT OF ADOLESCENT SEX: HPV VACCINEMANDATE LEGISLATION RAISES CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS, 24 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol'y 399, 425 (2008) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2130 BAEHR v. LEWIN: QUESTIONABLE REASONING; SOUND JUDGMENT, 11 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol'y 589, 616+ (1995) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2131 STATUTORY CAPS: AN INVOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION TO THE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE INSURANCE CRISIS OR A REASONABLE MECHANISM FOR OBTAINING AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE, 9 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol'y 337, 375 (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2132 THE DEMISE OF THREE-TIER REVIEW: HAS THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT ADOPTED A "SLIDING SCALE" APPROACH TOWARD EQUAL PROTECTION JURISPRUDENCE?, 23 J. Contemp. L. 475, 503+ (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2133 I. UNITED STATES V. VIRGINIA: THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT APPLIED HEIGHTENED SCRUTINY TO GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN RULING THAT VIRGINIA'S ONLY SINGLE-SEX PUBLIC UNDERGRADUATE INSTITUTION VIOLATES EQUAL PROTECTION GUAR, 23 J. Contemp. L. 279, 293+ (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2134 EQUAL PROTECTION AND GENDER PREFERENCE IN DIVORCE CONTESTS OVER CUSTODY, 16 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 165, 176+ (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2135 WHAT: INCIDENTS OF THE MARITAL RELATIONSHIP, 14 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 107, 116 (2004) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2136 STRICT SCRUTINY AND THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION: FRONTIERO V. RICHARDSON, 14 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 117, 128+ (2004) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 2137 ORR V. ORR, 14 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 137, 144+ (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2138 CABAN V. MOHAMMED, 14 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 275, 282 (2004) 2139 EQUAL PROTECTION-NOT JUSTICE-FOR ALL: HOW THE GEORGIA LEGISLATURE REWARDS DEADBEAT PARENTS, 14 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 339, 345+ (2004) 2140 THE LIMITS OF FEMINISM, 9 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 249, 256 (1998) 2141 DO WOMEN NEED SPECIAL TREATMENT? DO FEMINISTS NEED EQUALITY?, 9 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 279, 320 (1998) 2142 A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN: DO WOMEN WANT SEX-SEGREGATED SPORTS?, 9 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 321, 356+ (1998) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2143 FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT-EQUAL PROTECTION: THE SUPREME COURT'S PROHIBITION OF GENDER-BASED PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES, 85 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 1028, 1061+ (1995)

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2144 THE ROLE OF GENDER IN A STRUCTURED SENTENCING SYSTEM: EQUAL TREATMENT, POLICY CHOICES, AND THE SENTENCING OF FEMALE OFFENDERS UNDER THE UNITED STATES SENTENCING GUIDELINES, 85 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 181, 221 (1994) 2145 MOTHERHOOD v. EQUAL TREATMENT, 29 J. Fam. L. 1, 50+ (1991) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2146 THE MYTH OF INDEPENDENCE AND THE MAJOR LIFE ACTIVITY OF CARING, 8 J. Gender Race & Just. 327, 359 (2004) 2147 CONSTRUCTING THE TRANNIE: TRANSGENDER PEOPLE AND THE LAWFOOTNOTE, 8 J. Gender Race & Just. 237, 280 (2004) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2148 GENDERED SHADES OF PROPERTY: A STATUS CHECK ON GENDER, RACE & PROPERTY, 5 J. Gender Race & Just. 361, 409 (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2149 GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN SCHOOLS, 18 J. Juv. L. 254, 259 (1997) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2150 FETAL TISSUE TRANSPLANTATION: REGULATING THE MEDICAL HOPE FOR THE FUTURE, 4 J.L. & Health 57, 81+ (1990) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2151 PANEL VI: FIGHTING GENDER AND SEXUAL ORIENTATION HARASSMENT The Sex Discrimination Argument in Gay Rights Cases, 9 J.L. & Pol'y 397, 416+ (2001) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2152 FROM COMPARING PLUS FACTORS TO CONTEXT REVIEW: THE FUTURE OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION, 39 J.L. & Educ. 183, 219+ (2010) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2153 DRESS CODES IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS: PRINCIPALS, POLICIES, AND PRECEPTS, 29 J.L. & Educ. 31, 49 (2000) 2154 FATHERS' RIGHTS: HARD-HITTING AND FAIR ADVICE FOR EVERY FATHER INVOLVED IN A CUSTODY DISPUTE, 8 J. L. & Fam. Stud. 167, 176 (2006) 2155 PARENTAL RIGHTS AND DUE PROCESS, 1 J. L. & Fam. Stud. 123, 150 (1999) 2156 COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY v. AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION: EMBRACING THE ENDORSEMENT TEST, 9 J.L. & Religion 211, 241 (1991) 2157 GANG VIOLENCE AND CRIME PREVENTION ACT OF 1998, 3 J. Legal Advoc. & Prac. 128, 137 (2001) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2158 IMMIGRATION JURISPRUDENCE FROM THE DARK AGES TOWARD THE LIGHT, 2 J. Legal Advoc. & Prac. 51, 68+ (2000) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2159 A CONTINUOUS BODY: ONGOING CONVERSATIONS ABOUT WOMEN AND LEGAL EDUCATION, 53 J. Legal Educ. 564, 577 (2003) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 2160 SENTENCING MALE SEX OFFENDERS TO THE USE OF BIOLOGICAL TREATMENTS; A Constitutional Analysis, 15 J. Legal Med. 279, 304 (1994) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2161 ABORTION LAW TODAY, 14 J. Legal Med. 3, 24 (1993) 2162 FROM RACE TO AGE: THE EXPANDING SCOPE OF EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW, 24 J. Legal Stud. 491, 521 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2163 SEE DICK AND JANE WORK: A KANSAS WAGE PAYMENT ACT PRIMER, 72-OCT J. Kan. B.A. 14, 29 (2003) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2164 17 J. Legal Aspects Sport 253, SEXUAL ORIENTATION HARASSMENT AND DISCRIMINATION: LEGAL PROTECTION FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES (2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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2165 BREASTS ON THE BEACH: LEGAL IN NEW YORK?, 9 J. Suffolk Acad. L. 217, 231 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2166 MOHAMMED AND MADISON: A COMPARISON OF THE QUR'AN AND THE U.S. CONSTITUTION, 11 J. Transnat'l L. & Pol'y 309, 326 (2002) 2167 EXPLAINING TRANSFORMATIONS IN SUPREME COURT POLICY, 79 Judicature 80, 85 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2168 THE NATURE OF FEMINIST JURISPRUDENCE, 77 Judicature 140, 143+ (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2169 RECOGNITION OF LOSS OF PARENTAL CONSORTIUM IN KENTUCKY, 3-FALL Ky. Child. Rts. J. 9, 16 (1994) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2170 ORIGINALISM AND ORIGINAL EXCLUSIONS, 98 Ky. L.J. 397, 459+ (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2171 STRADER V. GRAHAM: KENTUCKY'S CONTRIBUTION TO NATIONAL SLAVERY LITIGATION AND THE DRED SCOTT DECISION, 97 Ky. L.J. 353, 438 (2009) 2172 EQUAL PROTECTION, RATIONAL BASIS REVIEW, AND THE IMPACT OF CLEBURNE LIVING CENTER, INC., 88 Ky. L.J. 591, 639+ (2000) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2173 REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM: ABORTION RIGHTS OF INCARCERATED AND NONINCARCERATED WOMEN, 85 Ky. L.J. 219, 242 (1997) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2174 REFLECTIONS ON THE LIMITATIONS OF RATIONAL DISCOURSE, EMPIRICAL DATA, AND LEGAL MANDATES AS TOOLS FOR THE ACHIEVEMENT OF GENDER EQUITY IN AMERICAN HIGHER EDUCATION, 84 Ky. L.J. 903, 940 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2175 A PRIMER ON KENTUCKY INTESTACY LAWS, 82 Ky. L.J. 29, 141+ (1994) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2176 ALTERNATIVES TO ENTANGLEMENT, 80 Ky. L.J. 691, 737 (1992) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2177 THE UNWED FATHER AND THE RIGHT TO KNOW OF HIS CHILD'S EXISTENCE, 76 Ky. L.J. 949, 1009+ (1988) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2178 FETAL EQUALITY?: THE EQUALITY STATE'S RESPONSE TO THE CHALLENGE OF PROTECTING UNBORN CHILDREN., 32 Land & Water L. Rev. 193, 219+ (1997) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2179 INFERTILE GROUNDS: FEMINIST INTERPRETATIONS OF INFERTILITY EXCLUSIONS AS SEX DISCRIMINATION, 28 Law & Ineq. 163, 189 (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2180 "THE PEOPLE" AND "THE PEOPLE": DISAGGREGATING CITIZEN LAWMAKING FROM POPULAR CONSTITUTIONALISM, 27 Law & Ineq. 53, 92 (2009) 2181 BATTERED BY EQUALITY: COULD MINNESOTA'S DOMESTIC VIOLENCE STATUTES SURVIVE A "FATHERS' RIGHTS" ASSAULT?, 21 Law & Ineq. 341, 366 (2003) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2182 THE SUPREME COURT'S BLIND PURSUIT OF OUTDATED DEFINITIONS OF FAMILIAL RELATIONSHIPS IN UPHOLDING THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF 8 U.S.C. S 1409 IN NGUYEN V. INS, 20 Law & Ineq. 275, 312+ (2002) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2183 EQUAL PROTECTION IN STATE COURTS: THE NEW ECONOMIC EQUALITY RIGHTS, 17 Law & Ineq. 239, 357 (1999) 2184 STALKING THE WILD LACUNA: COMMUNICATION, COGNITION AND CONTINGENCY, 16 Law & Ineq. 493, 539 (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.)

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2185 ROMER v. EVANS: A LEGAL AND POLITICAL ANALYSIS, 15 Law & Ineq. 275, 322 (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2186 A MULTIDIMENSIONAL LOOK AT THE GENDER CRISIS IN THE CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM, 15 Law & Ineq. 505, 546 (1997) 2187 SEXUAL ORIENTATION IN LAW SCHOOL: EXPERIENCES OF GAY, LESBIAN, AND BISEXUAL LAW STUDENTS, 14 Law & Ineq. 555, 591+ (1996) 2188 TOWARDS A NEW EQUAL PROTECTION: TWO KINDS OF EQUALITY, 12 Law & Ineq. 381, 428+ (1994) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2189 THE RIGHT OF WOMEN TO NAME THEIR CHILDREN, 3 Law & Ineq. 91, 159 (1985) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2190 THE QUIET BATTLE: AN INTEGRATION OF MEN AND WOMEN IN STATE MILITARY ACADEMIES, 21 Law & Psychol. Rev. 221, 241 (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2191 THE GENDER CASTE SYSTEM: IDENTITY, PRIVACY, AND HETERONORMATIVITY, 10 Law & Sexuality 123, 186 (2001) 2192 THE ARC OF HISTORY: OR, THE RESURRECTION OF FEMINISM'S SAMENESS/DIFFERENCE DICHOTOMY IN THE GAY AND LESBIAN MARRIAGE DEBATE, 7 Law & Sexuality 1, 30 (1997) 2193 BAEHR v. LEWIN: A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION FOR GAY RIGHTS?, 4 Law & Sexuality 1, 34 (1994) 2194 GAY AND LESBIAN: AN ETHNIC IDENTITY DESERVING EQUAL PROTECTION, 4 Law & Sexuality 195, 200+ (1994) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2195 TEXAS COMMUNITY PROPERTY LAW: CONSERVATIVE ATTITUDES, RELUCTANT CHANGE, 56-SPG Law & Contemp. Probs. 71, 98 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2196 STRANGERS IN A STRANGE LAND: DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES OF FOREIGN CORPORATIONS AND THE BAN ON POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS FROM FOREIGN SOURCES, 34 Law & Pol'y Int'l Bus. 573, 615+ (2003) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2197 INTERNATIONAL FISCAL WARS FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: AN ASSESSMENT OF TAX-BASED TRADE RETALIATION, 27 Law & Pol'y Int'l Bus. 353, 421 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2198 JUDICIAL CULTURE AND THE POLITICOLEGAL OPPORTUNITY STRUCTURE: EXPLAINING BILL OF RIGHTS LEGAL IMPACT IN NEW ZEALAND, 34 Law & Soc. Inquiry 95, 126+ (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2199 PUBLIC VALUES AND PRIVATE LIVES: COTT, DAVIS, AND HARTOG ON THE HISTORY OF MARRIAGE LAW IN THE UNITED STATES, 27 Law & Soc. Inquiry 923, 930 (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2200 25 Law and Society Review 411, LAW'S PATRIARCHY (1991) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2201 LOUISIANA ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS: A CASE STUDY IN THE FAILURE OF A STATE EQUALITY GUARANTEE TO FURTHER THE TRANSFORMATIVE VISION OF CIVIL RIGHTS, 63 La. L. Rev. 887, 915 (2003) 2202 PARALYZING DISCORD: WORKPLACE SAFETY, PATERNALISM, AND THE ACCOMMODATION OF BIOLOGICAL VARIANCE IN THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES

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ACT, 63 La. L. Rev. 509, 554+ (2003) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2203 BRADWELL V. ILLINOIS: CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE'S DISSENT AND THE "SPHERE OF WOMEN'S WORK", 59 La. L. Rev. 521, 541 (1999) 2204 GEORGIA v. MCCOLLUM: IT'S STRIKE THREE FOR PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES, BUT IS IT THE BOTTOM OF THE NINTH?, 53 La. L. Rev. 1723, 1751+ (1993) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2205 THE NEW FORCED HEIRSHIP LEGISLATION: A REGRETTABLE "REVOLUTION", 50 La. L. Rev. 409, 499+ (1990) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2206 LIMITING STRICT LIABILITY OF GOVERNMENTAL DEFENDANTS: THE NOTICE REQUIREMENT OF THE 1985 LEGISLATION, 46 La. L. Rev. 1197, 1210 (1986) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2207 LOUISIANA CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 45 La. L. Rev. 397, 416+ (1984) 2208 STEPPARENTS' RESPONSIBILITY OF SUPPORT, 44 La. L. Rev. 1753, 1776 (1984) 2209 JOINT CUSTODY IN LOUISIANA, 43 La. L. Rev. 85, 116 (1982) 2210 THE EVOLVING ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE LOUISIANA LAW: RECENT LEGISLATIVE AND JUDICIAL CHANGES, 42 La. L. Rev. 1571, 1597 (1982) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2211 THE CASE FOR THE GENETIC PARENT: STANLEY, QUILLOIN, CABAN, LEHR, AND MICHAEL H. REVISITED, 53 Loy. L. Rev. 395, 461 (2007) 2212 WHAT'S MINE IS MINE: RESERVING THE FRUITS OF SEPARATE PROPERTY WITHOUT NOTICE TO THE UNSUSPECTING SPOUSE How the Non-Existent Notice Requirement in Louisiana Civil Code Article 2339 Contravenes Community Property Princip, 51 Loy. L. Rev. 989, 1022+ (2005) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2213 WILL THE MARRIAGE OF DICK AND JANE EVOLVE INTO THE MARRIAGE OF JANE AND JANE? SAME-SEX MARRIAGE: A VIABLE UNION IN THE 21ST CENTURY, 45 Loy. L. Rev. 313, 343+ (1999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2214 MANUEL v. STATE: BLURRING THE LINE BETWEEN FEDERAL EQUAL PROTECTION AND LOUISIANA INDIVIDUAL DIGNITY, 43 Loy. L. Rev. 135, 149 (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2215 FOUR MODELS OF EQUALITY, 27 Loy. L.A. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 63, 100 (2005) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2216 TRANSNATIONAL DISCOURSE, RELATIONAL AUTHORITY, AND THE U.S. COURT: GENDER EQUALITY, 37 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 271, 361 (2003) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2217 EQUAL BENEFITS, EQUAL BURDENS: "SKEPTICAL SCRUTINY" FOR GENDER CLASSIFICATIONS AFTER UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA, 30 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 1333, 1378+ (1997) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2218 THE TIE THAT BINDS: RECOGNIZING PRIVACY AND THE FAMILY COMMITMENTS OF SAME-SEX COUPLES, 23 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 1055, 1152+ (1990) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2219 PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES AND RELIGION: THE UNANSWERED PRAYER FOR A SUPREME COURT OPINION, 36 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 285, 328 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2220 J.E.B. v. ALABAMA EX REL. T.B.: STRIKE TWO FOR THE PEREMPTORY CHALLENGE, 26 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 549, 587+ (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2221 WOMEN IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION FROM THE 1920S TO THE 1970S: WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM THEIR EXPERIENCE ABOUT LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE?, 61 Me. L. Rev. 1, 25 (2009) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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2222 MAINE PHYSICIAN PRACTICE GUIDELINES: IMPLICATIONS FOR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE LITIGATION, 47 Me. L. Rev. 69, 103 (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2223 THE MASTER'S TOOLS: DECONSTRUCTING THE SOCRATIC METHOD AND ITS DISPARATE IMPACT ON WOMEN THROUGH THE PRISM OF THE EQUAL PROTECTION DOCTRINE, 3 Margins: Md. L.J. Race, Religion, Gender & Class 125, 151+ (2003) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2224 BREAKING OUT: VMI AND THE COMING OF WOMEN. BY LAURA FAIRCHILD BRODIE. NEW YORK, NY: VINTAGE BOOKS, 2001. PP. 368. $14.00, 2 Margins: Md. L.J. Race, Religion, Gender & Class 281, 305+ (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2225 MAKING SENSE OF SCHAUMBURG: SEEKING COHERENCE IN FIRST AMENDMENT CHARITABLE SOLICITATION LAW, 92 Marq. L. Rev. 551, 589 (2009) 2226 SURROGATE MOTHERHOOD: BOON OR BABY-SELLING-THE UNRESOLVED QUESTIONS, 71 Marq. L. Rev. 115, 140+ (1987) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2227 PPI, PATRIARCHY, AND THE SCHIZOPHRENIC VIEW OF WOMEN: A FEMINIST ANALYSIS OF WELFARE REFORM IN MARYLAND, 6 Md. J. Contemp. Legal Issues 317, 375 (1995) 2228 CONAWAY V. DEANE: TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, FROM THIS DAY FORWARDMARYLAND'S UNFIT MARRIAGE TO FEDERAL EQUAL PROTECTION ANALYSIS, 68 Md. L. Rev. 957, 986+ (2009) 2229 WHY DOES IT MATTER WHERE I LIVE? WELFARE REFORM, EQUAL PROTECTION, AND THE MARYLAND CONSTITUTION, 63 Md. L. Rev. 655, 720 (2004) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2230 DEMOCRACY AND INCLUSION: RECONCEPTUALIZING THE ROLE OF THE JUDGE IN A PLURALIST POLITY, 58 Md. L. Rev. 150, 270 (1999) 2231 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THE PER SE STANDARD OF OUTRAGE, 54 Md. L. Rev. 183, 241 (1995) 2232 J.E.B. V. ALABAMA EX REL. T.B.: THE SUPREME COURT MOVES CLOSER TO ELIMINATION OF THE PEREMPTORY CHALLENGE, 54 Md. L. Rev. 261, 279+ (1995) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2233 I. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 52 Md. L. Rev. 532, 591+ (1993) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2234 COMMENT, 47 Md. L. Rev. 38, 45 (1987) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2235 INTRODUCTION, 47 Md. L. Rev. 7, 9 (1987) 2236 CLEBURNE: AN EVOLUTIONARY STEP IN EQUAL PROTECTION ANALYSIS, 46 Md. L. Rev. 163, 193+ (1986) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2237 STATUTORY REGULATION OF LEGAL PARENTAGE IN CASES OF ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION BY DONOR: A NEW FRONTIER OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION, 41 McGeorge L. Rev. 371, 405+ (2010) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2238 COMPARATIVE LAW AND THE SAME-SEX MARRIAGE DEBATE: A STEP-BY-STEP APPROACH TOWARD STATE RECOGNITION, 31 McGeorge L. Rev. 641, 672 (2000) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2239 SUPREME COURT: ABA'S AMICUS BRIEF IN GARRETT, 24 Mental & Physical Disability L. Rep. 691, 695+ (2000) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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2240 SUPREME COURT: ABA'S AMICUS BRIEF IN GARRETT, 24 Mental & Physical Disability L. Rep. 691, 695+ (2000) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2241 ENFORCING THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT: CITY OF BOERNE v. FLORES AND THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, 22 Mental & Physical Disability L. Rep. 262, 263 (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2242 NO NEED TO STAND ON CEREMONY: THE CORRUPTIVE INFLUENCE OF CEREMONIAL DEISM AND THE NEED FOR A SEPARATIONIST RECONFIGURATION OF THE SUPREME COURT'S ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE JURISPRUDENCE, 54 Mercer L. Rev. 1669, 1718 (2003) 2243 RAINEY V. CHEVER: EXPANDING A NATURAL FATHER'S RIGHT TO INHERIT FROM HIS ILLEGITIMATE CHILD, 51 Mercer L. Rev. 761, 774 (2000) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2244 WILLS, TRUSTS & ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES, 51 Mercer L. Rev. 527, 548+ (1999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2245 A REAL WORLD PERSPECTIVE ON CHOICE OF LAW, 48 Mercer L. Rev. 781, 821 (1997) 2246 THE BEAT GOES ON: DISTRICT COURT UPHOLDS VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE'S ALL-MALE ADMISSIONS POLICY IN UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA, 43 Mercer L. Rev. 767, 785+ (1992) HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 2247 THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF MICHIGAN'S MEDICAL MALPRACTICE DAMAGES CAP: CAN IT SURVIVE JUDICIAL REVIEW?, 75 Mich. B.J. 258, 266 (1996) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2248 THE ENDURING CONSTITUTION OF THE PEOPLE AND THE PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS, 66 Mich. B.J. 1108, 1113 (1987) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2249 PASSIONS WE LIKE . . . AND THOSE WE DON'T: ANTI-GAY HATE CRIME LAWS AND THE DISCURSIVE CONSTRUCTION OF SEX, GENDER, AND THE BODY, 16 Mich. J. Gender & L. 1, 48 (2009) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2250 THE RIGHTS OF PUTATIVE FATHERS TO THEIR INFANT CHILDREN IN CONTESTED ADOPTIONS: STRENGTHENING STATE LAWS THAT CURRENTLY DENY ADEQUATE PROTECTION, 13 Mich. J. Gender & L. 39, 73 (2006) 2251 HANDS OFF POLICY: EQUAL PROTECTION AND THE CONTACT SPORTS EXEMPTION OF TITLE IX, 11 Mich. J. Gender & L. 133, 172 (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2252 FEMINIST VOICES IN THE DEBATE OVER SINGLE-SEX SCHOOLING: FINDING COMMON GROUND, 11 Mich. J. Gender & L. 63, 95 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2253 AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF OF NOW LEGAL DEFENSE AND EDUCATION FUND AND EQUAL RIGHTS ADVOCATES IN SUPPORT OF PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT AND IN SUPPORT OF REVERSAL IN THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FIRST CIRCUIT LUCAS ROSA V, 7 Mich. J. Gender & L. 163, 177+ (2001) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2254 FOUNDATIONS FOR 15(1): EQUALITY RIGHTS IN CANADA, 6 Mich. J. Gender & L. 261, 376 (1999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2255 AN IMPERFECT REMEDY FOR IMPERFECT VIOLENCE: THE CONSTRUCTION OF CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT, 1 Mich. J. Gender & L. 163, 257 (1993) 2256 GERMANY'S LEGAL PROTECTION FOR WOMEN WORKERS VIS-A-VIS ILLEGAL EM-

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2274 WOMEN, MOTHERS, AND THE LAW OF FRIGHT: A HISTORY, 88 Mich. L. Rev. 814, 864 (1990) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2275 UPDATING STATUTORY INTERPRETATION, 87 Mich. L. Rev. 20, 66 (1988) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2276 THE SUPREME COURT AND STATE PROTECTIONISM: MAKING SENSE OF THE DORMANT COMMERCE CLAUSE, 84 Mich. L. Rev. 1091, 1287 (1986) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2277 THE FORMULAIC CONSTITUTION, 84 Mich. L. Rev. 165, 212+ (1985) 2278 CONSEQUENCES OF SUPREME COURT DECISIONS UPHOLDING INDIVIDUAL CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, 83 Mich. L. Rev. 1, 201+ (1984) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2279 ILLEGITIMATE CHILDREN AND MILITARY BENEFITS, 132 Mil. L. Rev. 5, 42 (1991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2280 FIGHTING WOMEN: THE MILITARY, SEX, AND EXTRAJUDICIAL CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE, 93 Minn. L. Rev. 96, 164 (2008) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2281 MARRIAGE LICENSES, 89 Minn. L. Rev. 1758, 1797 (2005) 2282 EQUAL ATHLETIC OPPORTUNITY: AN ANALYSIS OF MERCER V. DUKE UNIVERSITY AND A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE CONTACT SPORT EXCEPTION TO TITLE IX, 84 Minn. L. Rev. 1655, 1688 (2000) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2283 "ANIMUS" AND MORAL DISAPPROVAL: A COMMENT ON ROMER v. EVANS, 82 Minn. L. Rev. 833, 854+ (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2284 ELIMINATING UNCONSTITUTIONAL JURIES: APPLYING UNITED STATES v. DE GROSS TO ALL HEIGHTENED SCRUTINY EQUAL PROTECTION GROUPS IN THE EXERCISE OF PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES, 77 Minn. L. Rev. 689, 718 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2285 OF EVIDENCE AND EQUAL PROTECTION: THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF EXCLUDING GOVERNMENT AGENTS' STATEMENTS OFFERED AS VICARIOUS ADMISSIONS AGAINST THE PROSECUTION, 71 Minn. L. Rev. 269, 315 (1986) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2286 THE DEMISE OF MORTMAIN IN THE UNITED STATES, 12 Miss. C. L. Rev. 407, 459 (1992) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2287 WITHIN HER SPHERE: DETERMINING A WOMAN'S PLACE IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL ORDER UNDER THE PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES CLAUSE, 79 Miss. L.J. 731, 755+ (2010) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2288 WOMEN IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION: THE PAST 100 YEARS, 69 Miss. L.J. 57, 71 (1999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2289 FAMILY LAW-PARENTAL RIGHTS OF AN UNWED FATHER-AN UNWED FATHER SECURES PARENTAL RIGHTS BY ESTABLISHING A RELATIONSHIP WITH HIS CHILD, 68 Miss. L.J. 1095, 1109 (1999) 2290 WHY MISSISSIPPI SHOULD GIVE ADOPTED CHILDREN THE SAME INTESTATE SUCCESSION RIGHTS WHICH NATURAL-BORN CHILDREN ENJOY, 64 Miss. L.J. 201, 215 (1994) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2291 SEX DISCRIMINATION IN PUBLIC EDUCATION, 58 Miss. L.J. 323, 348+ (1988) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2292 CONSTITUTION LAW-FIRST AMENDMENT-CITIES MAY RESTRICT LOCATION OF ADULT THEATERS THROUGH NARROWLY TAILORED, CONTENT-NEUTRAL, TIME,

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2309 9 Nev. L.J. 580, AGENTS OF (INCREMENTAL) CHANGE: FROM MYRA BRADWELL TO HILLARY CLINTON (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2310 THE PROPER STANDARD OF REVIEW: DOES TITLE IX REQUIRE "EQUALITY" OR "PARITY" OF TREATMENT WHEN RESOLVING GENDER-BASED DISCRIMINATION IN PRISON INSTITUTIONS?, 25 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 607, 645+ (1999) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2311 JELDNESS V. PEARCE: WILL THE REQUIREMENTS OF TITLE IX "HANDCUFF" PRISON ADMINISTRATORS?, 22 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 73, 108+ (1996) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2312 IN THE SHADOW OF MCCLESKEY V. KEMP: THE DISCRIMINATORY IMPACT OF THE DEATH SENTENCING PROCESS, 21 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 271, 312 (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2313 FORCED DRUG OR ALCOHOL TREATMENT FOR PREGNANT AND POSTPARTUM WOMEN: PART OF THE SOLUTION OR PART OF THE PROBLEM?, 17 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 1, 16 (1991) 2314 SECOND CLASS PRISONERS: NEW HAMPSHIRE'S PLACEMENT POLICY FOR FEMALE OFFENDERS, 15 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 225, 241+ (1989) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2315 LESS EQUAL THAN OTHERS: PERSONS WITH MENTAL RETARDATION, EQUAL PROTECTION AND DEINSTITUTIONALIZATION, 15 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 81, 102+ (1989) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2316 "EQUAL CITIZENSHIP STATURE": JUSTICE GINSBURG'S CONSTITUTIONAL VISION, 43 New Eng. L. Rev. 799, 855+ (2009) 2317 EVOLVING IMAGES OF GENDER AND EQUALITY: A FEMINIST JOURNEY, 43 New Eng. L. Rev. 437, 460+ (2009) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2318 TRANSSEXUAL PRISONERS: HOW MUCH TREATMENT IS ENOUGH?, 37 New Eng. L. Rev. 1195, 1230 (2003) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2319 ADARAND CONSTRUCTORS, INC. v. PENA: IS STRICT SCRUTINY FATAL IN FACT FOR GOVERNMENTAL AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROGRAMS?, 31 New Eng. L. Rev. 975, 975 (1997) 2320 PHANTOM OF THE STRICT SCRUTINY, 31 New Eng. L. Rev. 397, 469 (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2321 FAULKNER V. JONES: THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE CITADEL'SSINGLE-GENDER ADMISSIONS POLICY, 31 New Eng. L. Rev. 523, 566+ (1997) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2322 WHOSE FAMILY IS IT ANYWAY? THE CONTINUING STRUGGLE FOR LESBIANS AND GAY MEN SEEKING TO ADOPT CHILDREN, 30 New Eng. L. Rev. 579, 621 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2323 "KEEP YOUR LAWS OFF MY BODY": ABORTION REGULATION AND THE TAKINGS CLAUSE, 29 New Eng. L. Rev. 253, 284 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2324 WALDIE ANSWERED: EQUAL PROTECTION AND THE ADMISSIONS OF WOMEN TO MILITARY COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES, 25 New Eng. L. Rev. 1137, 1160+ (1991) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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2325 MAKE ROOM FOR DADDY: A PUTATIVE FATHER'S RIGHTS TO HIS CHILDREN, 24 New Eng. L. Rev. 1059, 1093 (1990) 2326 143 New Jersey Law Journal 1175, NEW ARTICLE 5 FAILS CONSTITUTIONAL TEST DESPITE 'DEFAULT' DRESSING (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2327 A WOMAN FOR HER TIME AND OUR FUTURE, 39 N.M. L. Rev. 29, 45 (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2328 STATUTES OF LIMITATIONS APPLIED TO MINORS: THE NEW MEXICO COURT OF APPEALS' BALANCE OF COMPETING STATE INTERESTS TO FAVOR CHILDREN, 35 N.M. L. Rev. 535, 555+ (2005) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2329 VALUING RELATIONSHIPS: THE ROLE OF DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF SOCIETY, 35 N.M. L. Rev. 301, 336 (2005) 2330 CUSTODY STANDARDS IN NEW MEXICO: BETWEEN THIRD PARTIES AND BIOLOGICAL PARENTS, WHAT IS THE TREND?, 27 N.M. L. Rev. 547, 578+ (1997) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2331 FREEDOM AT HOME: STATE CONSTITUTIONS AND MEDICAID FUNDING FOR ABORTIONS, 26 N.M. L. Rev. 433, 454 (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2332 THE NEW MEXICO TORT CLAIMS ACT: THE KING CAN DO "LITTLE" WRONG, 21 N.M. L. Rev. 441, 479+ (1991) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2333 MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS: THE BURGER COURT AND THE NEWLY ARRIVED STATE RESIDENT, 19 N.M. L. Rev. 329, 376 (1989) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2334 STRICT SCRUTINY FOR DENOMINATIONAL PREFERENCES: LARSON IN RETROSPECT, 8 N.Y. City L. Rev. 53, 121 (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2335 INTRODUCTION: LEARNING TO LISTEN TO RUTH BADER GINSBURG, 7 N.Y. City L. Rev. 213, 219+ (2004) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2336 TWIN PILLARS OF JUDICIAL PHILOSOPHY: THE IMPACT OF THE GINSBURG COLLEGIALITY AND GENDER DISCRIMINATION PRINCIPLES ON HER SEPARATE OPINIONS INVOLVING GENDER DISCRIMINATION, 7 N.Y. City L. Rev. 275, 314+ (2004) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2337 RETURNING THE LANGUAGE OF FAIRNESS TO EQUAL PROTECTION: JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG'S AFFIRMATIVE ACTION JURISPRUDENCE IN GRUTTER AND GRATZ AND BEYOND, 7 N.Y. City L. Rev. 357, 389+ (2004) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2338 RUTH BADER GINSBURG: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY, 7 N.Y. City L. Rev. 391, 451 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2339 SOUTHERN DISTRICT Computer Professionals Exempt From Equal Pay Act; Fact Issue Exists if Plaintiff Was Computer Analyst, 5/30/2007 N.Y. L.J. 24, col. 3, 24, col. 3 (2007) 2340 DECISION OF THE DAY Appellate Division Second Department Langan, respondent v. St. Vincents Hospital of New York, appellant Decided Oct. 11, 2005 Before Miller, J.P.; Schmidt, Crane, Fisher and Lifson, JJ. Docket No. 823, 10/19/2005 N.Y. L.J. 18, col. 1, 18, col. 1 (2005) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2341 CONSOLIDATED EDISON COMPANY OF NEW YORK, INC. V. PATAKI QDS:04763071, 10/13/2000 N.Y. L.J. 36, col. 3, 36, col. 3+ (2000) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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2342 FORD V. SHALALA QDS:03310929, 10/12/99 N.Y. L.J. 36, col. 4, 36, col. 4 (1999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2343 COUNTRYMAN V. SCHMITT, 2/9/98 N.Y. L.J. 31, col. 6, 31, col. 6 (1998) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2344 EQUAL PROTECTION DEVELOPMENTS, 9/17/96 N.Y. L.J. 3, col. 1, 3, col. 1+ (1996) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2345 MATTER OF FRIENDS ACADEMY (SECTION VIII OF THE NEW YORK STATE PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, INC.), 8/5/92 N.Y. L.J. 24, col. 5, 24, col. 5 (1992) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2346 SNYDER v. TOWN OF OYSTER BAY, 10/4/91 N.Y. L.J. 26, col. 5, 26, col. 5+ (1991) 2347 LINDA R. (ANONYMOUS) v. RICHARD E. (ANONYMOUS) LINDA R. (ANONYMOUS), APPELLANT-RESPONDENT, v. RICHARD E. (ANONYMOUS), RESPONDENT-APPELLANT. DECIDED OCTOBER 1, 1990. BEFORE LAWRENCE, J.P.; ROSENBLATT, KUNZEMAN AND MILLER,, 10/9/90 N.Y. L.J. 25, col. 3, 25, col. 3 (1990) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2348 DEUTSCH v. CROSSON, 4/20/90 N.Y. L.J. 29, col. 5, 29, col. 5 (1990) 2349 FACT PATTERN, 13 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Hum. Rts. 719, 730+ (1997) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2350 BENCH BRIEF, 13 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Hum. Rts. 757, 769+ (1997) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2351 BEST PETITIONER'S BRIEF, 13 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Hum. Rts. 783, 790+ (1997) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2352 THE HOUSE THAT RUTH BUILT: JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG, GENDER AND JUSTICE, 14 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Hum. Rts. 311, 314+ (1997) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2353 BRIEF AMICI CURIAE: U.S. v. VIRGINIA, 14 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Hum. Rts. 237, 260+ (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2354 DETENTION OF ALIEN JUVENILES: RENO v. FLORES, 12 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Hum. Rts. 393, 449+ (1995) 2355 CRIMINAL SANCTIONS FOR DRUG ABUSE DURING PREGNANCY: THE ANTITHESIS OF FETAL HEALTH, 8 N.Y.L. Sch. J. Hum. Rts. 415, 459+ (1991) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2356 INCARCERATED MEN AND WOMEN, THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE, AND THE REQUIREMENT OF "SIMILARLY SITUATED", 51 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 595, 617+ (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2357 REFLECTIONS ON THE LAW REVIEW SYMPOSIUM ON WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND PORNOGRAPHY: BIG SISTER, BIG BROTHER, AND THE ROLE OF LEGAL SCHOLARSHIP IN AFFIRMING HUMAN RIGHTS, 51 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 747, 759 (2007) 2358 SEPARATE BUT EQUAL EDUCATION IN THE CONTEXT OF GENDER, 49 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 785, 807 (2005) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2359 THE CENTER MOVES, THE CENTER REMAINS, 40 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 877, 897 (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2360 AM I CAUGHT IN A TIME WARP, OR WHAT? REFLECTIONS ON PORONOGRAPHY AND PURITY, 38 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 335, 350 (1993) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2361 ADDICTED MOTHERS, DRUG-EXPOSED BABIES: THE UNPRECEDENTED PROSECUTION OF MOTHERS UNDER DRUG-TRAFFICKING STATUTES, 36 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 573, 607 (1991) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2362 TRIBUTE TO NORMAN DORSEN, 58 N.Y.U. Ann. Surv. Am. L. 9, 14 (2001) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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2384 BREAKING THE LAW BY GIVING BIRTH: THE WAR ON DRUGS, THE WAR ON REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS, AND THE WAR ON WOMEN, 32 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 381, 421+ (2008) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2385 THE SPIRIT OF OUR TIMES: STATE CONSTITUTIONS AND INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS, 30 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 359, 409 (2006) 2386 SINGLE-SEX SCHOOLS AND THE ANTISEGREGATION PRINCIPLE, 30 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 35, 87+ (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2387 THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION: THE LINGERING EFFECTS OF GEDULDIG AND SUGGESTIONS FOR FORCING ITS REVERSAL, 23 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 59, 103 (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2388 GESTATIONAL SURROGACY: UNSETTLING STATE PARENTAGE LAW AND SURROGACY POLICY, 19 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 571, 612 (1993) 2389 BURYING THE DEAD: THE CASE AGAINST REVIVAL OF PRE-ROE AND PRE-CASEY ABORTION STATUTES IN A POST-CASEY WORLD, 19 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 355, 389 (1992) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2390 PERMITTING PREJUDICE TO GOVERN: EQUAL PROTECTION, MILITARY DEFERENCE, AND THE EXCLUSION OF LESBIANS AND GAY MEN FROM THE MILITARY, 17 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 171, 223 (1990) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2391 OHIO ISSUE 1 IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL, 28 N.C. Cent. L.J. 1, 31 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2392 ON THE CAPACITY OF THE ROBERTS COURT TO GENERATE CONSEQUENTIAL PRECEDENT, 86 N.C. L. Rev. 1299, 1332+ (2008) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2393 STEP BY STEP: THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DISTRIBUTIVE CONSEQUENCES OF DIVORCE IN NORTH CAROLINA, 76 N.C. L. Rev. 2017, 2144+ (1998) 2394 ROMER v. EVANS: "TERMINAL SILLINESS, "OR ENLIGHTED JURISPRUDENCE?, 75 N.C. L. Rev. 1891, 1934+ (1997) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2395 THOMASSON v. PERRY: HAS THE FOURTH CIRCUIT TAKEN "DON'T ASK, DON'T TELL" TOO LITERALLY?, 75 N.C. L. Rev. 967, 1029+ (1997) 2396 THE CHILDREN WE ABANDON: RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS TO CHILD WELFARE AND EDUCATION LAWS AS DENIALS OF EQUAL PROTECTION TO CHILDREN OF RELIGIOUS OBJECTORS, 74 N.C. L. Rev. 1321, 1478+ (1996) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2397 J.E.B. v. ALABAMA EX REL. T.B. AND THE FATE OF THE PEREMPTORY CHALLENGE, 73 N.C. L. Rev. 525, 561+ (1995) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2398 BRAY v. ALEXANDRIA WOMEN'S HEALTH CLINIC: "RATIONAL OBJECTS OF DISFAVOR" AS A NEW WEAPON IN MODERN CIVIL RIGHTS LITIGATION, 72 N.C. L. Rev. 764, 775+ (1994) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2399 OLD WINE IN NEW BOTTLES: THE "MARITAL" RAPE ALLOWANCE, 72 N.C. L. Rev. 261, 289+ (1993) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2400 BOWERS v. HARDWICK: AN INCOMPLETE CONSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS, 65 N.C. L. Rev. 1100, 1123+ (1987) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2401 A. REPOSE FOR MANUFACTURERS: SIX YEAR STATUTORY BAR TO PRODUCTS LIABILITY ACTIONS UPHELD-TETTENTON v. LONG MANUFACTURING CO., 64 N.C. L.

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Rev. 1157, 1178 (1986) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2402 RETHINKING GOVERNMENT NEUTRALITY TOWARDS RELIGION UNDER THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE: THE UNTAPPED POTENTIAL OF JUSTICE O'CONNOR'S INSIGHT, 64 N.C. L. Rev. 1049, 1070 (1986) 2403 SOME THOUGHTS ON AUTONOMY AND EQUALITY IN RELATION TO ROE v. WADE, 63 N.C. L. Rev. 375, 386+ (1985) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2404 EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION-PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION AGAINST MALE EMPLOYEES: EXTENDING THE PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION ACT TO EMPLOYEES' DEPENDENTS, 61 N.C. L. Rev. 733, 744 (1983) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2405 DIVORCE-SPOUSAL SUPPORT: BY ABOLISHING THE DISADVANTAGED SPOUSE DOCTRINE, THE NORTH DAKOTA SUPREME COURT RECONSTRUCTS THE REQUIREMENTS FOR REHABILITATIVE SPOUSAL SUPPORT SACK V. SACK, 2006 ND 57, 711 N.W.2D 157, 83 N.D. L. Rev. 1413, 1445+ (2007) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2406 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-EQUAL PROTECTION OF LAWS: THE EQUAL PROTECTION CHALLENGE TO THE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE STATUTE OF REPOSE IN NORTH DAKOTA Hoffner v. Johnson, 2003 ND 79, 660 N.W.2d 909, 80 N.D. L. Rev. 175, 204 (2004) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2407 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-IMMIGRATION LAW: DETERMINATION OF PATERNITY FOR ILLEGITIMATE CHILDREN, CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUE OR BIOLOGICAL FACT? NGUYEN V. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE, 533 U.S. 53 (2001), 78 N.D. L. Rev. 147, 176 (2002) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2408 WOMEN'S RIGHTS UNDER SIEGE, 73 N.D. L. Rev. 207, 230 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2409 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-EQUAL PROTECTION-GENDER DISCRIMINATION: THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE IS GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE "CITIZENSOLDIERS" OUT OF QUALIFIED WOMEN UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA, 116 S. CT. 2264 (1996), 73 N.D. L. Rev. 323, 344+ (1997) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2410 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - JURIES: GENDER-BASED PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES VIOLATE THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION'S FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT EQUAL PROTECTION GUARANTEE CITY OF MANDAN V. FERN, 501 N.W.2D 739 (N.D. 1993), 70 N.D. L. Rev. 657, 673 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2411 DETERMINING THE UNDETERMINABLE: THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CHILD STANDARD AS AN IMPERFECT BUT NECESSARY GUIDEPOST TO DETERMINE CHILD CUSTODY, 25 N. Ill. U. L. Rev. 449, 482 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2412 EQUALITY IN CULTURE AND LAW: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION OF THE EQUAL PROTECTION PRINCIPLE, 24 N. Ill. U. L. Rev. 425, 456+ (2004) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 2413 EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY IN THE REGULATORY AGE: WHY YESTERDAY'S RATIONALITY REVIEW ISN'T ENOUGH, 24 N. Ill. U. L. Rev. 457, 507 (2004) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2414 A FORUM FOR WOMEN'S VOICES: MEDIATION THROUGH A FEMINIST JURISPRUDENTIAL LENS, 21 N. Ill. U. L. Rev. 459, 482 (2001) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2415 THROWING LIKE A GIRL: CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF TITLE IX REGARDING GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC PROGRAMS, 18 N. Ill. U.

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2435 ASSOCIATION AND ASSIMILATION, 81 Nw. U. L. Rev. 106, 145 (1986) 2436 FEIN v. PERMANENTE MEDICAL GROUP: FUTURE TRENDS IN DAMAGE LIMITATION ADJUDICATION, 80 Nw. U. L. Rev. 1643, 1674 (1986) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2437 RETHINKING STATE ACTION, 80 Nw. U. L. Rev. 503, 557 (1985) 2438 PHYSICIAN ASSISTED SUICIDE: ITS CHALLENGE TO THE PREVAILING CONSTITUTIONAL PARADIGM, 9 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 345, 366 (1995) 2439 TO BESPEAK THE OBVIOUS: A SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY ANALYSIS OF REPRODUCTION AND EQUAL EMPLOYMENT, 6 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 417, 447 (1992) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2440 THE PERILS OF THEORY, 83 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1567, 1599 (2008) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2441 PRECEDENT LOST: WHY ENCOURAGE SETTLEMENT, AND WHY PERMIT NONPARTY INVOLVEMENT IN SETTLEMENTS?, 75 Notre Dame L. Rev. 221, 269 (1999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2442 SEPARATION OF POWERS & ECONOMIC LIBERTIES, 70 Notre Dame L. Rev. 415, 488 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2443 THE ELIMINATION OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN INSURANCE PRICING: DOES AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE RATE WITHOUT SEX?, 61 Notre Dame L. Rev. 748, 776 (1986) 2444 CASE SELECTION IN THE BURGER COURT: A PRELIMINARY INQUIRY, 60 Notre Dame L. Rev. 947, 1004+ (1985) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2445 WOMEN AND LAW: CHALLENGING WHAT IS NATURAL AND PROPER, 31 Nova L. Rev. 259, 278+ (2007) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2446 ABOLISHING CAPITAL PUNISHMENT: A FEMINIST OUTLOOK AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE DEATH PENALTY USING EQUAL PROTECTION AND GENDER DISCRIMINATION LAW, 31 Nova L. Rev. 339, 353+ (2007) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2447 ERA IS STILL THE WAY, 3 NYU J. L. & Liberty 124, 154 (2008) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2448 INDIVIDUAL TRANSFERABLE FISHING QUOTAS AND ANTITRUST LAW, 1 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 35, 57 (1994) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2449 BACK TO BASICS: A "FUNCTIONAL STRICT SCRUTINY" SOLUTION TO THE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION CONTROVERSY, 22 Ohio N.U. L. Rev. 1363, 1384+ (1996) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 2450 UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA, 23 Ohio N.U. L. Rev. 385, 407+ (1996) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2451 EQUAL PROTECTION UNDER THE FIFTH AND FOURTEENTH AMENDMENTS: PATTERNS OF CONGRUENCE, DIVERGENCE AND JUDICIAL DEFERENCE, 16 Ohio N.U. L. Rev. 591, 614+ (1989) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2452 CAN ARBITRATION PLAY A SAVING ROLE IN WOMEN'S HEALTH? THE USE OF ARBITRATION IN THE OB/GYN SPECIALTY, 21 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 1005, 1041 (2006) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2453 GENDER, RACE, AND INDIVIDUAL DIGNITY: EVALUATING JUSTICE GINSBURG'S EQUALITY JURISPRUDENCE, 70 Ohio St. L.J. 1053, 1084+ (2009) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2454 PREGNANCY AND SEX ROLE STEREOTYPING: FROM STRUCK TO CARHART, 70 Ohio St. L.J. 1095, 1113+ (2009) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.)

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2455 TRANSCRIPT OF INTERVIEW OF U.S. SUPREME COURT ASSOCIATE JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG, APRIL 10, 2009, 70 Ohio St. L.J. 805, 824+ (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2456 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG: A JUDGE'S PERSPECTIVE, 70 Ohio St. L.J. 825, 837 (2009) 2457 CELEBRATING THE DIFFERENCES THAT COULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE: UNITED STATES V. VIRGINIA AND A NEW VISION OF SEXUAL EQUALITY, 70 Ohio St. L.J. 943, 1001 (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2458 QUERYING LAWRENCE, 65 Ohio St. L.J. 1151, 1263+ (2004) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2459 THE GENDER ANALOGY IN THE DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION LITERATURE, 62 Ohio St. L.J. 465, 479+ (2001) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2460 THE CLINTONIFICATION OF AMERICAN LAW: ABORTION, WELFARE, AND LIBERAL CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY, 58 Ohio St. L.J. 731, 818 (1997) 2461 BOYS MUSCLING IN ON GIRLS' SPORTS, 53 Ohio St. L.J. 891, 907 (1992) 2462 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, JUSTICE, AND EQUALITIES: A PHILOSOPHICAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL APPRAISAL, 46 Ohio St. L.J. 845, 924 (1985) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2463 CRACKS IN THE STRUCTURE: THE COMING BREAKDOWN OF THE LEVELS OF SCRUTINY, 45 Ohio St. L.J. 161, 183+ (1984) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2464 THE APPLICATION OF TITLE VII TO LAW FIRM PARTNERSHIP DECISIONS: WOMEN STRUGGLE TO JOIN THE CLUB, 44 Ohio St. L.J. 841, 890 (1983) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2465 THE LEGITIMACY DEBATE IN CONSTITUTIONAL ADJUDICATION: AN ASSESSMENT AND A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE, 44 Ohio St. L.J. 93, 137 (1983) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2466 OKLAHOMA IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EQUAL RIGHTS: THE ERA, 3.2% BEER, JUVENILE JUSTICE, AND CRAIG V. BOREN, 22 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 1009, 1049+ (1997) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2467 BEYOND OBSERVABLE PREJUDICE- MOVING FROM RECOGNITION OF DIFFERENCES TO FEASIBLE SOLUTIONS: A CRITIQUE OF IAN AYRES' PERVASIVE PREJUDICE?, 55 Okla. L. Rev. 361, 371+ (2002) 2468 ESSAY: WHAT PRICE PATERNITY?, 53 Okla. L. Rev. 77, 98+ (2000) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2469 THE FUNCTIONAL EFFECT OF ELIMINATING GENDER BIAS IN JURY SELECTION: A CRITIQUE AND ANALYSIS OF J.E.B. v. ALABAMA, 48 Okla. L. Rev. 173, 188+ (1995) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2470 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: A NEW SUSPECT CLASS: A FINAL REPRIEVE FOR HOMOSEXUALS IN THE MILITARY?, 42 Okla. L. Rev. 273, 290 (1989) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2471 COLORBLIND CONTEXT: REDEFINING RACE-CONSCIOUS POLICIES IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, 86 Or. L. Rev. 679, 731 (2007) 2472 FLUORIDATION OF PUBLIC WATER SYSTEMS: VALID EXERCISE OF STATE POLICE POWER OR CONSTITUTIONAL VIOLATION?, 14 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 645, 690 (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2473 THE NEW YORK DEATH PENALTY: ARE MURDERERS IN YOUR COUNTY EXCLUDED?, 17 Pace L. Rev. 273, 318 (1996) 2474 THE DEBATE ON PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE REACHES THE FEDERAL COURTS.

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IN ESTATE TAX LAW, 3 Pitt. Tax. Rev. 1, 68 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2491 LEGAL STANDARDS, EXPERTISE, AND EXPERTS IN THE RESOLUTION OF CONTESTED CHILD CUSTODY CASES, 6 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 843, 846+ (2000) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2492 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE SECOND CIRCUIT: EQUAL PROTECTION, 24 QLR 365, 405 (2006) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2493 THE POTENTIAL FOR AN EQUAL PROTECTION REVOLUTION, 25 Quinnipiac L. Rev. 287+ (2006) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2494 PERSONHOOD 2.0: ENHANCED AND UNENHANCED PERSONS AND THE EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAWS, 23 QLR 1047, 1095 (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2495 IMAGINE THERE'S NO MARRIAGE, 16 QLR 27, 27 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2496 Culturally Speaking: Equality, Responsibility and the Social Compact, 14 QLR 347, 400 (1994) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 2497 MANDATORY HIV TESTING OF NEWBORNS: IS THERE A BETTER WAY TO ACHIEVE THE STATE'S GOAL OF PREVENTING TRANSMISSION OF HIV TO NEWBORNS AND ENSURING THEM TREATMENT, 4 Quinnipiac Health L.J. 69, 105+ (2000) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2498 PROTECTING THE "CLASS OF ONE", 36 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 331, 363+ (2001) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 2499 THE CONSTITUTION AND COVENANT MARRIAGE LEGISLATION: RUMORS OF A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO DIVORSE HAVE BEEN GREATLY EXAGGERATED, 12 Regent U. L. Rev. 53, 72+ (2000) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2500 CELEBRATING INFLUENTIAL INDIANA WOMEN IN THE LAW, 53-DEC Res Gestae 22, 24 (2009) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 2501 FOR WHOM DOES THE STATUTE TOLL? SERIOUS CONCERNS ABOUT OUR ANTIQUATED TEXAS TOLLING STATUTE, 17 Rev. Litig. 589, 609 (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2502 LITIGATING THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF STATE AND LOCAL AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLANS: ISSUES AND APPROACHES, 10 Rev. Litig. 55, 101 (1990) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2503 LA REFORMA DEL RÉGIMEN ECONÓMICO MATRIMONIAL EN LOS CÓDIGOS CIVILES DE ESPAÑA Y PUERTO RICO: DE UN PÁJARO LAS DOS ALAS?, 35 Rev. Der. P.R. 385, 395+ (1996) 2504 SIN LICENCIA PARA AMAR: PROHIBICION DE ADOPCION A PERSONAS Y PAREJAS HOMOSEXUALES Y LESBIANAS EN PUERTO RICO, 69 Rev. Jur. U.P.R. 1281, 1353 (2000) 2505 DERECHO DE FAMILIA, 65 Rev. Jur. U.P.R. 881, 900 (1996) 2506 PUEBLO VS. RIVERA ROBLES Y PUEBLO VS. RIVERA MORALES ?PROTECCION DE LA MUJER O PATERNALISMO?, 64 Rev. Jur. U.P.R. 123, 140 (1995) 2507 IGUALDAD FORMAL EN EL SISTEMA CARCELARIO: DESIGUALDAD REAL PARA LAS MUJERES, 36 Rev. Juridica U. Inter. P.R. 647, 671 (2002) 2508 EQUAL PROTECTION ANALYSIS BITE GROWS STRONGER: PLYLER v. DOE, 17 Rev. Juridica U. Inter. P.R. 335, 353 (1983) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2509 A DECADE LATER: UNITED STATES V. VIRGINIA AND THE RISE AND FALL OF "SKEPTICAL SCRUTINY", 12 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 182, 228+ (2006) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.)

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2510 THE PATH OF E-LAW: LIBERTY, PROPERTY, AND DEMOCRACY FROM THE COLONIES TO THE REPUBLIC OF CYBERIA, 24 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 223, 304 (1998) 2511 THE EVOLUTION OF EQUALITY IN STATE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 34 Rutgers L.J. 1013, 1123 (2003) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2512 VI. EQUAL PROTECTION, 26 Rutgers L.J. 1110, 1129 (1995) 2513 JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG AND JUSTICE THURGOOD MARSHALL: A MISLEADING COMPARISON, 26 Rutgers L.J. 887, 907+ (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2514 A. INTRODUCTION, 25 Rutgers L.J. 1004, 1021 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2515 CONSTITUTIONAL INVENTION: A PATENT PERSPECTIVE, 25 Rutgers L.J. 67, 104 (1993) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2516 EQUALITY AND JUSTICE FOR LESBIAN AND GAY FAMILIES AND RELATIONSHIPS, 61 Rutgers L. Rev. 529, 560 (2009) 2517 PROTECTING PERSONHOOD: LEGAL STRATEGIES TO COMBAT THE USE OF STRIP SEARCHES ON YOUTH IN DETENTION, 60 Rutgers L. Rev. 67, 103 (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2518 A COMPREHENSIVE FRAMEWORK FOR ACCOMMODATING NURSING MOTHERS IN THE WORKPLACE, 59 Rutgers L. Rev. 885, 916 (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2519 MALE COVERTURE: LAW AND THE ILLEGITIMATE FAMILY, 56 Rutgers L. Rev. 73, 118+ (2003) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2520 THE WEINTRAUB LECTURE: JUDICIAL DECISION MAKING AND THE EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT, 51 Rutgers L. Rev. 181, 191 (1998) 2521 AN EXCESS OF METHODS: IDENTIFYING IMPLIED FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN THE SUPREME COURT, 26 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 203, 248 (2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2522 PLANNED PARENTHOOD v. CASEY: THE FLIGHT FROM REASON IN THE SUPREME COURT, 13 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 15, 137 (1993) 2523 10 San Diego Int'l L.J. 63, EQUALITY IN GERMANY AND THE UNITED STATES (2008) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2524 EQUAL JUSTICE: COMMENT ON MICHAEL BLAKE'S IMMIGRATION AND POLITICAL EQUALITY, 45 San Diego L. Rev. 981, 988+ (2008) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2525 "RANDOM RECOLLECTIONS", 42 San Diego L. Rev. 269, 281 (2005) 2526 THE AFTERMATH OF THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE DECISION: WILL SINGLEGENDER EDUCATION SURVIVE?, 38 Santa Clara L. Rev. 1183, 1222+ (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2527 THE COMBAT EXCLUSION RULE AND EQUAL PROTECTION, 32 Santa Clara L. Rev. 229, 263+ (1992) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2528 BASIC EQUAL PROTECTION ANALYSIS, 29 Santa Clara L. Rev. 121, 169 (1989) 2529 WHORES AND OTHER SEX SLAVES: WHY THE EQUATION OF PROSTITUTION WITH SEX TRAFFICKING IN THE WILLIAM WILBERFORCE REAUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2008 PROMOTES GENDER DISCRIMINATION, 12 SCHOLAR 139, 172+ (2009) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2530 PHARMACOGENOMICS: A BRAVE NEW WORLD IN DESIGNER DRUGS, 5 SCHOLAR 111, 152 (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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2531 PUBLIC FUNDING FOR THEOLOGICAL TRAINING UNDER THE FREE EXERCISE CLAUSE: PRAGMATIC IMPLICATIONS AND THEORETICAL QUESTIONS POSED TO THE SUPREME COURT IN LOCKE V. DAVEY, 27 Seattle U. L. Rev. 585, 622 (2003) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2532 LESSONS FROM THE PAST AND STRATEGIES FOR THE FUTURE: USING DOMESTIC, INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW TO OVERTURN SODOMY LAWS, 24 Seattle U. L. Rev. 49, 77 (2000) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 2533 FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT--AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990, 12 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 647, 680 (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2534 THE SUPREME COURT AND THE AMERICAN CHARACTER, 11 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 759, 774 (2001) 2535 FROM PROPERTY TO PERSON: THE CASE OF EVELYN HART, 11 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 1, 68+ (2000) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2536 FIFTH AMENDMENT-EQUAL PROTECTION-STATUTE WHICH REQUIRES ADDTIONAL PROOF OF PATERNITY FOR CITIZENSHIP WHENEVER THE CITIZEN PARENT OF A CHILD BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK IS THE CHILD'S FATHER DOES NOT REPRESENT AN UNCONSTITUTIONAL, 9 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 993, 1035+ (1999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2537 FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT-EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE-VIRGINIA'S CATEGORICAL EXCLUSION OF WOMEN FROM THE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AT VMI DENIES EQUAL PROTECTION TO WOMEN-UNITED STATES V. VIRGINIA, 116 S. CT. 2264 (1996)., 8 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 253, 277+ (1997) HN: 1,2,5 (S.Ct.) 2538 POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY, CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION, AND THE NEW JERSEY CONSTITUTION OF 1947: A REPLY TO JUSTICE O'HERN AND PROFESSOR WILLIAMS, 7 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 839, 844 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2539 FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE-A VOTER INITIATED STATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT THAT PROHIBITS THE STATE AND ALL LOCAL GOVERNMENT FROM ADOPTING OR ENFORCING ANY LAW OR POLICY PROTECTING HOMOSEXUAL, LESBIAN,, 7 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 987, 1008 (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2540 INTRODUCTION, 6 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 937, 939 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2541 THE RELEVANCE OF DISPARATE IMPACT ANALYSIS IN REACHING FOR GENDER EQUALITY, 6 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 941, 951+ (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2542 SEX AS A SUSPECT CLASS: AN ARGUMENT FOR APPLYING STRICT SCRUTINY TO GENDER DISCRIMINATION, 6 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 953, 966 (1996) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2543 PROTECTING "PREGNANT PERSONS": WOMEN'S EQULITY AND REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM, 6 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 967, 971+ (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2544 AGE CLASSIFICATIONS AND THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT: IS THE MURGIA STANDARD TOO OLD TO STAND?, 6 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 263, 294+ (1995) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2545 EQUITY AND EQUALITY FOR WOMEN--RATIFICATION OF INTERNATIONAL COVENANTS AS A FIRST STEP, 3 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 363, 408+ (1993) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2546 BATSON'S INCOMPLETE LEGACY: GENDER DISCRIMINATION AND THE PEREMP-

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TORY CHALLENGE, 3 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 475, 523+ (1993) HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 2547 A CRY FOR HELP TO THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT: WHAT IS THE CONSTITUTIONAL STATUS OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION?, 3 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 161, 216 (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2548 CONTROLLING HIV-POSITIVE WOMEN'S PROCREATIVE DESTINY: A CRITICAL EQUAL PROTECTION ANALYSIS, 2 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 643, 718+ (1992) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2549 SOCIETAL PREJUDICE REFLECTED IN OUR COURTS: THE UNFAVORABLE TREATMENT OF THE MENTALLY RETARDED, 2 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 771, 803+ (1992) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2550 SCOREBOARD: A CONCISE CHRONOLOGICAL TWENTY-FIVE YEAR HISTORY OF TITLE IX INVOLVING INTERSCHOLASTIC AND INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS, 7 Seton Hall J. Sport L. 391, 422 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2551 "GIRLS OF SUMMER": A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF WOMEN IN BASEBALL AND A ROADMAP TO LITIGATING A SUCCESSFUL GENDER DISCRIMINATION CASE, 6 Seton Hall J. Sport L. 301, 339+ (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2552 COURTS LEAVE LEGISLATURES TO DECIDE THE FATE OF THE NCAA IN PROVIDING DUE PROCESS, 2 Seton Hall J. Sport L. 77, 121+ (1992) 2553 CHANGES INFLUENCED BY LITIGATION IN WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS, 1 Seton Hall J. Sport L. 237, 268 (1991) 2554 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW -- DISCRIMINATION IN HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS -- COURT PROHIBITS BOYS FROM PLAYING ON GIRLS' TEAMS -- B.C. ON BEHALF OF C.C. V. CUMBERLAND REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT, 220 N.J. SUPER. 214, 531 A.2D 1059, 1 Seton Hall J. Sport L. 325, 341+ (1991) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2555 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW -- FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT -- EXCLUSION OF MALES FROM GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM DOES NOT VIOLATE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE -- CLARK V. ARIZONA INTERSCHOLASTIC ASSOCIATION, 886 F.2D 1991 (9TH CIR. 1989), 1 Seton Hall J. Sport L. 307, 324+ (1991) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2556 WHEN A MAJORITY LOSES ON THE MERITS: MILLER V. ALBRIGHT AND THE PROBLEM OF SPLINTERED JUDGMENTS, 29 Seton Hall L. Rev. 816, 842 (1998) 2557 WOMEN WIN THE WAR AT VMI, 28 Seton Hall L. Rev. 233, 281+ (1997) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2558 INNOCENTS IMPRISONED: THE DEFICIENCIES OF THE NEW JERSEY STANDARD GOVERNING THE INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT OF CHILDREN, 24 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1507, 1548+ (1994) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2559 CIVIL RIGHTS-ABORTION PROTESTS-42 U.S.C. s 1985(3) DOES NOT PROVIDE A FEDERAL CAUSE OF ACTION AGAINST PROTESTERS WHO OBSTRUCT ACCESS TO ABORTION CLINICS-BRAY v. ALEXANDRIA WOMEN'S HEALTH CLINIC, 113 S. CT. 753 (1993), 24 Seton Hall L. Rev. 2096, 2145+ (1994) 2560 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT - EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE PROHIBITS LITIGANTS FROM EXERCISING PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES ON THE BASIS OF GENDER - J.E.B. V. ALABAMA EX REL T.B., 114 S. CT. 1419 (1994)., 25

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Seton Hall L. Rev. 756, 787+ (1994) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2561 PRO CHOICE FOR LAWYERS IN A REVISED PRO BONO SYSTEM, 23 Seton Hall L. Rev. 641, 699 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2562 HOMOSEXUAL MARRIAGE, THE CHANGING AMERICAN FAMILY, AND THE HETEROSEXUAL RIGHT TO PRIVACY, 24 Seton Hall L. Rev. 347, 393+ (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2563 WHAT CAN STATES DO TO MAINTAIN VICTIMS' SECURITY, DETER AGGRESSOR'S REPEATED ABUSE, AND MOTIVATE POLICE DEPARTMENTS TO PURSUE CRIMINALS IN THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CONTEXT?, 30 Seton Hall Legis. J. 509, 541+ (2006) 2564 THE POLITICAL QUESTION DOCTRINE: A DOCTRINE FOR LONG-TERM CHANGE IN OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 59 S.C. L. Rev. 531, 549 (2008) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2565 THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENTAL PURPOSE IN CONSTITUTIONAL JUDICIAL REVIEW, 59 S.C. L. Rev. 1, 60 (2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2566 BUSH V. GORE AND EQUAL PROTECTION, 53 S.C. L. Rev. 63, 82 (2001) 2567 ADDING CONSTITUTIONAL DEPRAVATION TO UNTIMELY DEATH: SOUTH DAKOTA'S LIVING WILL PREGNANCY PROVISION, 37 S.D. L. Rev. 388, 412+ (1992) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2568 HOMOSEXUALITY AS A SUSPECT CLASS, 34 S. Tex. L. Rev. 205, 249+ (1993) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2569 ADEQUATE PUBLIC FACILITIES ORDINANCES: A COMPARISON OF THEIR USE IN GEORGIA AND NORTH CAROLINA, 15 Southeastern Envtl. L.J. 345, 394 (2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2570 EQUALITY WITHOUT TIERS, 77 S. Cal. L. Rev. 481, 582+ (2004) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2571 THE THOUSAND MILE JOURNEY: TAOISM AND WESTERN LEGAL PHILOSOPHY, 76 S. Cal. L. Rev. 663, 697 (2003) 2572 DEEPENING THE LEGAL UNDERSTANDING OF BIAS: ON DEVALUATION AND BIASED PROTOTYPES, 74 S. Cal. L. Rev. 747, 806 (2001) 2573 UNEQUAL JUSTICE: THE FEDERALIZATION OF CRIMINAL LAW, 70 S. Cal. L. Rev. 643, 739+ (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2574 ELASTICITY IN CONSTITUTIONAL STANDARDS OF REVIEW: ADARAND CONSTRUCTORS, INC. v. PENA AND CONTINUING UNCERTAINTY IN THE SUPREME COURT'S EQUAL PROTECTION JURISPRUDENCE, 70 S. Cal. L. Rev. 591, 642+ (1997) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2575 DISPOSING OF THE RED HERRINGS: A DEFENSE OF THE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RESTORATION ACT, 69 S. Cal. L. Rev. 589, 766 (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2576 WHITHER STATUTORY RAPE LAWS: OF MICHAEL M., THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT, AND PROTECTING WOMEN FROM SEXUAL AGGRESSION, 65 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1933, 1992+ (1992) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 2577 THE POLITICAL DIMENSION OF CONSTITUTIONAL ADJUDICATION, 63 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1237, 1323+ (1990) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2578 A FEMINIST JUSTIFICATION FOR THE ADOPTION OF AN INDIVIDUAL FILING SYSTEM, 62 S. Cal. L. Rev. 197, 252 (1988)

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2579 GENDER BIAS IN THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM, 61 S. Cal. L. Rev. 2193, 2220 (1988) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2580 PREGNANCY AND EQUALITY: A PRECARIOUS ALLIANCE, 60 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1345, 1374+ (1987) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2581 WHERE THE BOYS ARE: CAN SEPARATE BE EQUAL IN SCHOOL SPORTS?, 58 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1425, 1466 (1985) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2582 AN ARGUMENT FOR THE APPLICATION OF EQUAL PROTECTION HEIGHTENED SCRUTINY TO CLASSIFICATIONS BASED ON HOMOSEXUALITY, 57 S. Cal. L. Rev. 797, 836 (1984) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2583 ARGUMENT SELECTION IN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CHOOSING AND RECONSTRUCTING CONCEPTUAL SYSTEMS, 18 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Soc. Just. 209, 392+ (2009) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2584 THE FEMINIST PERVASION: HOW GENDER-BASED SCHOLARSHIP INFORMS LAW AND LAW TEACHING, 15 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Women's Stud. 3, 63 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2585 INCARCERATED WOMEN AND ABUSE: THE CRIME CONNECTION AND THE LACK OF TREATMENT IN CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES (FNa1), 14 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Women's Stud. 137, 163+ (2004) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2586 THE POLITICS OF BIOLOGY: EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY AND THE EXCLUSION OF WOMEN FROM COMBAT, 14 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Women's Stud. 83, 117+ (2004) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2587 NGUYEN V. INS AND SEX STEREOTYPING IN CITIZENSHIP LAWS: BUILDING ON THE EQUAL PROTECTION LEGACY OF RUTH BADER GINSBURG, 10 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Women's Stud. 293, 305 (2001) 2588 STEREOTYPES IN SOUTH AFRICAN AND AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: ACHIEVING GENDER EQUALITY AND TRANSFORMATION, 10 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Women's Stud. 3, 33+ (2000) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2589 "A PRINCIPLE OF LAW BUT NOT OF JUSTICE": MEN, WOMEN AND INCOME TAXES IN THE UNITED STATES 1913-1948, 6 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Women's Stud. 331, 360 (1997) 2590 MATERNAL FEELINGS: MYTH, TABOO, AND CHILD CUSTODY, 1 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Women's Stud. 133, 224 (1992) 2591 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AT VMI: UNITED STATES V. VIRGINIA, 116 S. CT. 2264 (1996)., 22 S. Ill. U. L.J. 443, 466+ (1998) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2592 THE AFTERMATH OF UNITED STATES V. VIRGINIA: WHY FIVE JUSTICES ARE PULLING IN THE REINS ON THE "EXCEEDINGLY PERSUASIVE JUSTIFICATION", 55 SMU L. Rev. 1755, 1779+ (2002) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2593 FAMILY LAW: PARENT AND CHILD, 48 SMU L. Rev. 1275, 1302 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2594 SOME UNSOLICITED ADVICE TO MY WOMEN FRIENDS IN EASTERN EUROPE, 46 SMU L. Rev. 557, 583+ (1992) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2595 CRIMINALIZING OUR YOUTH: THE SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPELINE V. THE CONSTITUTION, 4 S. Regional Black L. Students Ass'n L.J. 75, 99+ (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2596 LEGAL ASPECTS OF HCFA'S DECISION TO ALLOW RECOVERY FROM CHILDREN FOR MEDICAID BENEFITS DELIVERED TO THEIR PARENTS THROUGH STATE FINANCIAL

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RESPONSIBILITY STATUTES: A CASE OF BAD RULE MAKING THROUGH FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH, 15 S.U. L. Rev. 225, 283+ (1988) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2597 BIOLOGY, EQUALITY, AND THE LAW: THE LEGAL SIGNIFICANCE OF BIOLOGICAL SEX DIFFERENCES, 38 Sw. L.J. 617, 702+ (1984) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2598 LOOKING BACKWARD: THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, 36 Sw. U. L. Rev. 245, 255 (2007) 2599 DISCRIMINATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS: A FAILING GRADE IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 34 Sw. U. L. Rev. 551, 573 (2005) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2600 INTRODUCING RUTH BADER GINSBURG AND PREDICTING THE PERFORMANCE OF A GINSBURG COURT, 32 Sw. U. L. Rev. 181, 188 (2003) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2601 BATTERED MEN AND THE CALIFORNIA LAW, 22 Sw. U. L. Rev. 239, 256+ (1992) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2602 CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF UNWED FATHERS: IS EQUAL PROTECTION EQUAL FOR UNWED FATHERS?, 19 Sw. U. L. Rev. 1087, 1111 (1990) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2603 WATERED DOWN CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS: A HOSPITAL'S ROLE IN PROSECUTING PREGNANT WOMEN FOR DRUG USE IN FERGUSON V. CITY OF CHARLESTON, 16 St. John's J. Legal Comment. 767, 796 (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2604 THE COLLISION BETWEEN THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN, THE RIGHTS OF THE FETUS AND THE RIGHTS OF THE STATE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CRIMINAL PROSECUTION OF DRUG ADDICTED PREGNANT WOMEN, 16 St. John's J. Legal Comment. 267, 305+ (2002) 2605 OPENING ASSEMBLY ADDRESS, AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING, ORLANDO, FLORIDA, AUGUST 3, 1996, 12 St. John's J. Legal Comment. 21, 32 (1996) 2606 CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGES TO OFFICIAL ENGLISH LEGISLATION, 12 St. John's J. Legal Comment. 295, 322 (1996) 2607 EQUALITY FOUNDATION OF GREATER CINCINNATI, INC. V. CITY OF CINCINNATI: THE SIXTH CIRCUIT NARROWLY CONSTRUES ROMER V. EVANS, 73 St. John's L. Rev. 951, 987+ (1999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2608 UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA: SKEPTICAL SCRUTINY AND THE FUTURE OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION LAW, 70 St. John's L. Rev. 801, 820+ (1996) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2609 PATRIARCHY OR EQUALITY: FAMILY VALUES OR INDIVIDUALITY, 70 St. John's L. Rev. 435, 538 (1996) 2610 U.S. v. FAGG: STRETCHING THE BOUNDS OF PRIVACY, 66 St. John's L. Rev. 1193, 1207 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2611 THE 1964 CIVIL RIGHTS ACT: THE CRUCIAL ROLE OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN THE ENACTMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW, 49 St. Louis U. L.J. 1147, 1154+ (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2612 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW WRIT LARGE, 49 St. Louis U. L.J. 633, 652 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2613 APPROACHES TO BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION: SOME NOTES ON TEACHING A SEMINAL CASE, 49 St. Louis U. L.J. 777, 815 (2005) 2614 ERICKSON V. BARTELL: THE "COMMON SENSE" APPROACH TO EMPLOYER-BASED

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INSURANCE FOR WOMEN, 47 St. Louis U. L.J. 463, 516 (2003) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2615 IS HATE A FORM OF COMMERCE? THE QUESTIONABLE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF FEDERAL "HATE CRIME' LEGISLATION, 45 St. Louis U. L.J. 973, 1017 (2001) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2616 J.E.B. V. ALABAMA EX REL. T.B.: THE EXTENSION OF THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE TO GENDER-BASED PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES - IS THIS THE END?, 39 St. Louis U. L.J. 1349, 1387+ (1995) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2617 PROTECTING US TO DEATH: WOMEN, PREGNANCY, AND CLINICAL RESEARCH TRIALS, 38 St. Louis U. L.J. 135, 167 (1993) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2618 THE FAIR HOUSING ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1988: NEW ZONING RULES FOR GROUP HOMES FOR THE HANDICAPPED, 37 St. Louis U. L.J. 1033, 1066 (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2619 FARMERS, FOXES, CHICKENS, AND HEN HOUSES: A CASE FOR LIMITED MANDATORY RANDOM DRUG TESTING OF EMPLOYEES IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR, 32 St. Louis U. L.J. 605, 637 (1988) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2620 BOB JONES UNIVERSITY v. UNITED STATES: FOR WHOM WILL THE BELL TOLL?, 29 St. Louis U. L.J. 561, 596+ (1985) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2621 CLOUDED JUDGMENT: THE IMPLICATIONS OF SMITH V. MERRITT IN THE REALM OF SOCIAL HOST LIABILITY AND UNDERAGE DRINKING IN TEXAS, 30 St. Mary's L.J. 207, 237 (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2622 THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT AND TITLE IX: A SOLUTION TO PEER SEXUAL HARASSMENT, 29 St. Mary's L.J. 153, 206 (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2623 SPEAKING THE LANGUAGE OF EXCLUSION: HOW EQUAL PROTECTION AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS ANALYSES PERMIT LANGUAGE DISCRIMINATION, 28 St. Mary's L.J. 149, 212 (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2624 THE SUBJECTION OF WOMEN . . . STILL: UNFULFILLED PROMISES OF PROTECTION FOR WOMEN VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, 26 St. Mary's L.J. 1149, 1205+ (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2625 J.E.B. V. ALABAMA EX REL. T.B.: EXCELLENT IDEOLOGY, INEFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION, 26 St. Mary's L.J. 503, 531+ (1995) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2626 THE WOMEN'S CONVENTION AND THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE, 26 St. Mary's L.J. 755, 790+ (1995) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2627 FEDERAL LAW--CIVIL RIGHTS--INDIVIDUALS OBSTRUCTING INGRESS AND EGRESS TO ABORTION FACILITIES DO NOT VIOLATE A WOMAN'S FEDERAL RIGHTS WITHIN 42 U.S.C. S 1985(3), 25 St. Mary's L.J. 753, 782 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2628 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND THE MYTH OF THE GREAT JUDGE, 25 St. Mary's L.J. 303, 314+ (1993) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 2629 APPLYING EDGEWOOD v. KIRBY TO ANALYSIS OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS UNDER THE TEXAS CONSTITUTION, 22 St. Mary's L.J. 69, 114 (1990) 2630 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-FIRST AMENOMENT-GOVERNMENT ACTION DOES NOT VIOLATE FREE EXERCISE CLAUSE OF FIRST AMENDMENT WHEN IT NEITHER COERCES ACTION CONTRARY TO RELIGIOUS BELIEFS NOR RROHIBITS ACCESS TO

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PRACTICE THOSE BELIEFS, B, 20 St. Mary's L.J. 427, 451 (1989) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2631 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW--EQUAL PROTECTION--BENIGN CLASSIFICATIONS BASED ON RACE MUST BE NARROWLY TAILORED TO ACHIEVE A COMPELLING GOVERNMENTAL INTERREST., 21 St. Mary's L.J. 493, 510+ (1989) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2632 CIVIL RIGHTS-TITLE VII-PUBLIC EMPLOYER MAY CONSIDER GENDER TO PROMOTe EMPLOYEE WITHOUT VIOLATING TITLE VII OF CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 WHEN ENFORCING A VALID AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN Johnson v. Transportation Agency, Sant, 19 St. Mary's L.J. 455, 468 (1987) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2633 CIVIL RIGHTS-EQUAL PROTECTION-RACE-CONCIOUS QUOTAS ARE PERMISSIBLE UNDER TJE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE OF THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT IN ELIMINATING DISCRIMINATORY PROMOTIONAL POLICIES United States v. Paradise ___ U.S. ___,, 19 St. Mary's L.J. 469, 494 (1987) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2634 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-EQUAL PROTECTION-MENTAL RETARDATION IS NOT A QUASI-SUSPECT CLASSIFICATION; THEREFORE, CLASSIFICATIONS ON THAT BASIS ARE SUBJECT TO RATIONAL RELATION LIMITATIONS CITY OF CLEBURNE v. CLEBURNE LIVING CENT, 17 St. Mary's L.J. 1053, 1083+ (1986) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2635 THE UNIVERSITY INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE OF TEXAS: WHO ARE THESE GUYS AND WHAT CAN THEY DO?, 16 St. Mary's L.J. 979, 1014 (1985) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2636 EDUCATION-HANDICAPPED-FREE APPROPRIATE PUBLIC EDUCATION OF HANDICAPPED CHILDREN REQUIRES PERSONALIZED INSTRUCTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES TO PRODUCE BENEFICIAL RESULTS BUT DOES NOT REQUIRE REACHING FULL POTENTIAL OF HANDICA, 14 St. Mary's L.J. 425, 442 (1983) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2637 A THEORY OF EQUAL PROTECTION, 14 St. Mary's L.J. 829, 856+ (1983) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2638 ADULT SEXUAL DESIRE AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE CHILD, 18 St. Thomas L. Rev. 543, 598+ (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2639 HUMAN CAPABILITIES AND HUMAN AUTHORITIES: A COMMENT ON MARTHA NUSSBAUM'S WOMEN AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, 15 St. Thomas L. Rev. 757, 790 (2003) 2640 DECONSTRUCTING CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AND REIMAGINING CHILDREN'S NEEDS: A GENDER, RACE, AND CLASS ANALYSIS OF INFANTICIDE, 10 St. Thomas L. Rev. 229, 234 (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2641 DIVERSITY AND DISCRIMINATION IN OUR MIDST: MUSINGS ON CONSTITUTIONAL SCHIZOPHRENIA, CULTURAL CONFLICT, AND "INTERCULTURALISM" AT THE THRESHOLD OF A NEW CENTURY, 5 St. Thomas L. Rev. 293, 357 (1993) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2642 LEGAL & POLITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE BATTLE OVER SAME-SEX MARRIAGE, 16 Stan. L. & Pol'y Rev. 11, 22 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2643 JURISPRUDENCE OF BREASTS, 5 Stan. L. & Pol'y Rev. 83, 88+ (1994) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 2644 THE FEDERALISM DECISIONS OF JUSTICES REHNQUIST AND O'CONNOR: IS HALF A LOAF ENOUGH?, 58 Stan. L. Rev. 1793, 1826 (2006) 2645 THE CANON OF FAMILY LAW, 57 Stan. L. Rev. 825, 900 (2004) 2646 A CONTEXT-SENSITIVE VOTING PROTOCOL PARADIGM FOR MULTIMEMBER

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27 Stan. L. Rev. 603, 620 (1975) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2666 IRREBUTTABLE PRESUMPTIONS: AN ILLUSORY ANALYSIS, 27 Stan. L. Rev. 449, 473+ (1975) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2667 HOMOSEXUALITY AND THE LAW, 26 Stan. L. Rev. 965, 979+ (1974) 2668 A QUESTION OF BALANCE: STATUTORY CLASSIFICATIONS UNDER THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE, 26 Stan. L. Rev. 155, 158+ (1973) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2669 DISENFRANCHISEMENT OF EX-FELONS: A REASSESSMENT, 25 Stan. L. Rev. 845, 864 (1973) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2670 INEQUALITY IN SCHOOL FINANCING: THE ROLE OF THE LAW, 25 Stan. L. Rev. 335, 402 (1973) 2671 TROUBLED WATERS: MID-TWENTIETH CENTURY AMERICAN SOCIETY ON "TRIAL" IN THE FILMS OF JOHN WATERS, 39 Stetson L. Rev. 153, 182 (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2672 THREE RING CIRCUS: THE ADVENTURE CONTINUES INTO THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY, 30 Stetson L. Rev. 271, 315+ (2000) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2673 UNDERSTANDING THE PROCESS OF JUDICIAL POLICYMAKING THROUGH CASE ANALYSIS, 29 Stetson L. Rev. 1155, 1172+ (2000) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2674 REMARKS IN CELEBRATION OF STETSON'S LAW LIBRARY AND INFORMATION CENTER, 28 Stetson L. Rev. 231, 239 (1998) 2675 NOT DEAD YET: THE FUTURE OF SINGLE-SEX EDUCATION AFTER UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA, 27 Stetson L. Rev. 297, 323+ (1997) HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 2676 THREE RING CIRCUS SIX YEARS LATER, 25 Stetson L. Rev. 81, 122+ (1995) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2677 BEYOND THE COURT'S STANDARD RESPONSE: CREATING AN EFFECTIVE TEST FOR DETERMINING HOSTILE WORK ENVIRONMENT HARASSMENT UNDER TITLE VII Harris v. Forklift Systems, Inc., 114 S. Ct. 367 (1993)., 24 Stetson L. Rev. 719, 763+ (1995) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2678 STRENGTH IN DIVERSITY: FEMINIST THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO CHILD CUSTODY AND SAME-SEX RELATIONSHIPS, 23 Stetson L. Rev. 701, 742+ (1994) 2679 THE DOCTRINE OF NECESSARIES: CONTEMPORARY APPLICATION AS A SUPPORT REMEDY, 19 Stetson L. Rev. 661, 687 (1990) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2680 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - EQUAL PROTECTION - Gender-Based Statute Conferring Citizenship Held Unconstitutional. Wauchope v. United States Dep't of State, 985 F.2d 1407 (9th Cir. 1993)., 18 Suffolk Transnat'l L. Rev. 381, 389+ (1995) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2681 HOW THE SUPREME COURT TALKS ABOUT ABORTION: THE IMPLICATIONS OF A SHIFTING DISCOURSE, 42 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 41, 59 (2008) 2682 WHOSE CONSCIENCE IS IT ANYWAY? THE STATE'S ROLE IN CONSCIENCE CLAUSE CREATION AND THE DENIAL OF CONTRACEPTION, 40 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 215, 235+ (2006) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2683 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-CONSTITUTIONALITY OF MANDATORY FILTERS ON FEDERALLY FUNDED INTERNET ACCESS IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES-UNITED STATES V. AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, INC., 539 U.S. 194 (2003), 38 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 217,

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222 (2004) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2684 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 35 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 713, 719 (2001) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2685 THE EVOLVING DEFINITION OF MARRIAGE, 31 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 917, 944+ (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2686 PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE: IS THERE A RIGHT TO DIE?, 31 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 945, 976 (1998) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2687 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-BROWN UNIVERSITY VIOLATED TITLE IX IN NOT PROVIDING WOMEN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS-COHEN V. BROWN UNIVERSITY, 101 F.3D 155 (1ST CIR. 1996), 31 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 987, 997 (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2688 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-FLAGRANT DISREGARD FOR TRADITION: THE DEMISE OF SINGLE SEX EDUCATION-UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA, 116 S. CT. 2264 (1996), 30 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 1269, 1276+ (1997) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2689 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-SPECIAL ACTS AUTHORIZING INCREASED TORT DAMAGES AGAINST THE STATE DO NOT VIOLATE EQUAL PROTECTION GUARANTEESKENNEDY v. STATE, 654 A.2d 708 (R.I. 1995), 30 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 481, 488 (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2690 BANKING CRISIS JUSTIFIES DISCRIMINATORY CLASSIFICATION OF NONSETTLING JOINT TORTFEASORS-RHODE ISLAND DEPOSITORS ECONOMIC PROTECTION CORP. v. BROWN, 659 A.2d 95 (R.I.), CERT. DENIED, 116 S. CT. 476 (1995), 30 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 513, 518 (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2691 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-COLORADO AMENDMENT 2 VIOLATES EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE BY CLASSIFYING HOMOSEXUALS WITHOUT PROPER LEGISLATIVE END-ROMER V. EVANS, 116 S. CT. 1620 (1996), 31 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 183, 183 (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2692 EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE MANDATES JUDICIAL EXPANSION OF NECESSARIES DOCTRINE TO IMPOSE MUTUAL BURDEN UPON SPOUSES-LANDMARK MEDICAL CENTER V. GAUTHIER, 635 A.2D 1145 (R.I. 1994), 29 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 573, 578 (1995) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2693 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-HAWAII SUBJECTS SEX-BASED CLASSIFICATIONS TO STRICT SCRUTINY ANALYSIS-BAEHR V. LEWIN, 74 HAW. 530, 852 P.2D 44 (1993), 28 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 164, 171+ (1994) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2694 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-HE WORE THE SKIRT BUT STILL COULD NOT PLAY THE GAME-KLECZEK v. RHODE ISLAND INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE, 612 A.2D 734 (R.I. 1992), 27 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 463, 467+ (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2695 THE DONAHUE LECTURE SERIES: "ROE v. WADE: PAST AND FUTURE", 24 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 601, 620 (1990) 2696 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN CONSIDERING GENDER AS A FACTOR IN PROMOTION DECISIONS CONSTITUTIONAL-JOHNSON v. TRANSPORTATION AGENCY, SANTA CLARA COUNTY, 107 S.CT. 1442 (1987)., 22 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 159, 167+ (1988) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2697 WHAT DID LAWRENCE HOLD? OF AUTONOMY, DESUETUDE, SEXUALITY, AND

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244+ (1997) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2716 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: IN SEARCH OF A NATIONAL POLICY, 2 Temp. Pol. & Civ. Rts. L. Rev. 1, 62+ (1992) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2717 THE JURISDICTIONAL LEGACY OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT, 61 Tenn. L. Rev. 869, 932 (1994) 2718 THE PROCESS OF SELECTING CONSTITUTIONAL STANDARDS: SOME INCONGRUITIES OF TENNESSEE PRACTICE, 61 Tenn. L. Rev. 573, 608 (1994) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2719 PARENTAL RIGHTS TERMINATIONS: ON SURROGATE REASONS AND SURROGACY POLICIES, 60 Tenn. L. Rev. 135, 228 (1992) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2720 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN EDUCATION: THE TRUST AND HONESTY PERSPECTIVE, 7 Tex. F. on C.L. & C.R. 187, 286+ (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2721 PROTECTING WOMEN: A FEMINIST LEGAL ANALYSIS OF THE HPV VACCINE, GARDASIL, 17 Tex. J. Women & L. 67, 107 (2007) 2722 WOMEN'S CITIZENSHIP AND THE PROBLEM OF LEGAL PERSONHOOD IN THE UNITED STATES IN THE 1960S AND 1970S, 13 Tex. J. Women & L. 1, 39+ (2003) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2723 SUBVERSIVE MOMENTS: CHALLENGING THE TRADITIONS OF CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, 13 Tex. J. Women & L. 91, 111+ (2003) 2724 RAISING THE BAR: RUTH BADER GINSBURG AND THE ACLU WOMEN'S RIGHTS PROJECT, 11 Tex. J. Women & L. 157, 242+ (2002) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2725 BEYOND THE PRONOUN: TOWARD AN ANTI-SUBORDINATING METHOD OF PROCESS, 10 Tex. J. Women & L. 1, 44 (2000) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2726 SUBTRACTING SEXISM FROM THE CLASSROOM: LAW AND POLICY IN THE DEBATE OVER ALL-FEMALE MATH AND SCIENCE CLASSES IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 8 Tex. J. Women & L. 1, 49 (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2727 WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN SPORTS: FOUR FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES, 7 Tex. J. Women & L. 1, 36 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2728 TITLE IX, EQUAL PROTECTION, AND THE RICHTER SCALE: WILL VMI'S VIBRATIONS TOPPLE SINGLE-SEX EDUCATION, 7 Tex. J. Women & L. 37, 88+ (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2729 A DELICATE IMBALANCE-FAMILY AND WORK, 5 Tex. J. Women & L. 37, 82 (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2730 THE EXCLUSION OF PREGNANT, PREGNABLE, AND ONCE-PREGNABLE PEOPLE (A.K.A. WOMEN) FROM BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH, 3 Tex. J. Women & L. 307, 401 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2731 GOING TO THE CHAPEL AND WE'RE GOING TO GET MARRIED; BUT WILL THE STATE RECOGNIZE THE MARRIAGE? (FN2) THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF STATE MARRIAGE LAWS AFTER LAWRENCE V. TEXAS (FN3), 10 Tex. J. on C.L. & C.R. 189, 221 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2732 THE TECHNICOLOR CONSTITUTION: POPULAR CONSTITUTIONALISM, ETHICAL NORMS, AND LEGAL PEDAGOGY, 9 Tex. J. on C.L. & C.R. 23, 44 (2003) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2733 TRAIT DISCRIMINATION AS SEX DISCRIMINATION: AN ARGUMENT AGAINST NEUT-

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RALITY, 83 Tex. L. Rev. 167, 235 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2734 RETHINKING MILITARY DEFERENCE: MALE-ONLY DRAFT REGISTRATION AND THE INTERSECTION OF MILITARY NEED WITH CIVILIAN RIGHTS, 78 Tex. L. Rev. 173, 209+ (1999) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 2735 WARREN E. BURGER: REFLECTIONS OF A COLLEAGUE, 74 Tex. L. Rev. 209, 211 (1995) 2736 HIS FIRST LAW CLERK'S FOND MEMORIES OF A GRACIOUS GENTLEMAN, 74 Tex. L. Rev. 231, 236 (1995) 2737 WARREN E. BURGER: A LAW CLERK'S REMINISCENCES, 74 Tex. L. Rev. 225, 229 (1995) 2738 NORMALIZATION AS A GOAL: THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL RETARDATION, 73 Tex. L. Rev. 409, 440 (1994) 2739 THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT: GOVERNMENTAL ACTION AND INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, 68 Tex. L. Rev. 1545, 1572 (1990) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2740 PRIVATE CONSPIRACIES AND THE CONSTITUTION: A MODERN VISION OF 42 U.S.C. SECTION 1985(3), 64 Tex. L. Rev. 527, 588 (1985) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2741 STATUTORY RAPE: A FEMINIST CRITIQUE OF RIGHTS ANALYSIS, 63 Tex. L. Rev. 387, 432 (1984) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2742 THE PRICE OF ASKING THE WRONG QUESTION: AN ESSAY ON CONSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIP AND JUDICIAL REVIEW, 62 Tex. L. Rev. 1207, 1261 (1984) 2743 NEUTRALITY, PROCESS, AND RATIONALITY: FLAWED INTERPRETATIONS OF EQUAL PROTECTION, 58 Tex. L. Rev. 1029, 1096 (1980) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2744 THE SUPREME COURT MESS, 57 Tex. L. Rev. 1361, 1444 (1979) 2745 RATIFICATION OF THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT: A QUESTION OF TIME, 57 Tex. L. Rev. 919, 945 (1979) 2746 PREGNANCY, JUSTICE, AND THE JUSTICES, 57 Tex. L. Rev. 947, 964 (1979) 2747 SEX DISCRIMINATION: TITLE VII AND THE BONA FIDE OCCUPATIONAL QUALIFICATION, 55 Tex. L. Rev. 1025, 1072 (1977) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2748 LEGISLATIVE RESPONSE TO THE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE INSURANCE CRISIS: CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS, 55 Tex. L. Rev. 759, 778+ (1977) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2749 A NEW LOOK AT THE TEXAS EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT, 55 Tex. L. Rev. 323, 326+ (1977) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2750 THE ERA AND TEXAS MARITAL LAW, 54 Tex. L. Rev. 590, 615+ (1976) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2751 ZONING First Amendment-Equal Protection-Zoning Ordinance Regulating "Adult" Theatres and Bookstores Violates Equal Protection Because the Legislative Classification Impermissibly Discriminates on the Basis of Content Dis, 54 Tex. L. Rev. 422, 432 (1976) 2752 SEX DISCRIMINATION AND THE LAW: CAUSES AND REMEDIES By Barbara Allen Babcock, Ann E. Freedman, Eleanor Holmes Norton, and Susan C. Ross. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1975. Pp. xlix, 1092. $22.50, 53 Tex. L. Rev. 1354, 1369 (1975) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2753 TITLE IX OF THE 1972 EDUCATION AMENDMENTS: PREVENTING SEX DISCRIMINATION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 53 Tex. L. Rev. 103, 122+ (1974) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2754 THE DUTY OF FAIR REPRESENTATION: A THEORETICAL STRUCTURE, 51 Tex. L. Rev.

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1119, 1178 (1973) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2755 SCHEMES AND VISIONS: A SUGGESTED REVISION OF JUVENILE SENTENCING, 51 Tex. L. Rev. 673, 706 (1973) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2756 EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY AND THE COURTS, 51 Tex. L. Rev. 411, 504 (1973) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2757 FAMILY LAW The Constitutionality of State Durational Residence Requirements for Divorce, 51 Tex. L. Rev. 585, 595 (1973) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2758 MARRIAGE, PREGNANCY, AND THE RIGHT TO GO TO SCHOOL, 50 Tex. L. Rev. 1196, 1217+ (1972) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2759 COMMUNITY PROPERTY REVISITED Principles of Community Property By William Q. De Funiak and Michael J. Vaughn. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. 1971. Pp. xix, 556. $28.50, 50 Tex. L. Rev. 615, 625 (1972) 2760 INCREASE THE PEACE MEANS INCREASE THE PENALTY?: THE IMPACT OF THE JAMES BYRD, JR. HATE CRIMES ACT IN TEXAS, 34 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 343, 375 (2003) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2761 TEXAS TWO-STEP: SERVING UP FETAL RIGHTS BY SIDE-STEPPING ROE V. WADE HAS SET THE TABLE FOR ANOTHER SHOWDOWN ON FETAL PERSONHOOD IN TEXAS AND BEYOND%na1%n, 32 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 1085, 1144 (2001) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2762 RISING ABOVE THEMSELVES: WHY TODAY'S LAWYERS OF COLOR MUST LOOK BEYOND COLOR, 16 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 495, 534+ (2010) 2763 LOVE V. LOVE HANDLES: SHOULD OBESE PEOPLE BE PRECLUDED FROM ADOPTING A CHILD BASED SOLELY UPON THEIR WEIGHT?, 15 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 31, 60+ (2008) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2764 THE EQUALITY PARADISE: PARADOXES OF THE LAW'S POWER TO ADVANCE EQUALITY, 13 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 515, 543+ (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2765 HON. RUTH BADER GINSBURG ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, 57-MAY Fed. Law. 24, 27+ (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2766 VMI AND THE OLD/NEW FACE OF SEX DISCRIMINATION, 43-OCT Fed. Law. 22, 27 (1996) 2767 JUSTICE HARLAN'S LAW AND DEMOCRACY, 20 J.L. & Pol. 373, 461+ (2004) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2768 MOTHERING LABOR: DIFFERENCE AS A DEVICE TOWARDS PROTECTIVE LABOR LEGISLATION FOR MEN, 1830-1938, 10 J.L. & Pol. 445, 489 (1994) 2769 AN INTERVIEW WITH JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG, 48 NO. 3 Judges' J. 6, 11 (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2770 SANTA CLARA PUEBLO v. MARTINEZ: TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF DISPARATE Cultural Visions an Essay Introducing the Case for Re-Argument before the American Indian Nations Supreme Court, 14-FALL Kan. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 49, 59 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2771 THE CHANGING COMPLEXION OF WORKPLACE LAW: LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT DECISIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT'S 1999-2000 TERM, 16 Lab. Law. 151, 200+ (2000) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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2772 THE DIFFICULTY OF EQUAL PROTECTION CHALLENGES TO TAX CLASSIFICATIONS: PEDEN v. STATE, 3 St. & Loc. Tax Law. 157, 171 (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2773 IN WHOSE BEST INTERESTS? COURTS' FAILURE TO APPLY STATE CUSTODIAL LAWS EQUALLY AMONGST SPOUSES AND ITS CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS, 20 Quinnipiac Prob. L.J. 223, 259+ (2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2774 EQUAL RIGHTS LEVEL PLAYING FIELD: WHAT TITLE IX MONEY CANNOT BUY, 10 Sports Law. J. 135, 154 (2003) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2775 THE DISTRACTING DEBATE OVER JUDICIAL REVIEW, 39 U. Mem. L. Rev. 47, 84 (2008) 2776 ADOPTION-NALE V. ROBERTSON: THE TENNESSEE SUPREME COURT EXPANDS THE PARENTAL RIGHTS OF PUTATIVE FATHERS, 25 U. Mem. L. Rev. 1521, 1553 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2777 TAMING THE SPRAWLMART: USING AN ANTITRUST ARSENAL TO FURTHER HISTORIC PRESERVATION GOALS, 27 Urb. Law. 333, 383 (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2778 ADMITTING THAT WOMEN'S ONLY PUBLIC EDUCATION IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND ADVANCING THE EQUALITY OF THE SEXES, 25 T. Jefferson L. Rev. 53, 88+ (2002) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2779 THE "RATS" ARE STONEWALLED: U.S. v. VIRGINIA, 19 T. Jefferson L. Rev. 177, 205+ (1997) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2780 CAST ADRIFT: THE PATENTLY UNJUST SHIFT OF HEALTHCARE COSTS TO THOSE WHO CAN LEAST AFFORD THEM IS CONSTITUTIONALLY INTOLERABLE, 24 T.M. Cooley L. Rev. 347, 424 (2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2781 THE CONSTITUTION AND PERSONAL AUTONOMY: THE LAWYERING PERSPECTIVE, 11 T.M. Cooley L. Rev. 773, 802 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2782 SON, GET A HAIRCUT OR LEAVE MY SCHOOL? HAIR LENGTH RESTICTION FOR MALE STUDENTS UPHELD BY TEXAS SUPREME COURT IN BARBER V. COLORADO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, 21 T. Marshall L. Rev. 185, 209+ (1996) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 2783 PUBLIC AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT: THE FRAGMENTATION OF THEORY AFTER RICHMOND v. J.A. CROSON CO. AND METRO BROADCASTING, INC. v. FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION, 17 T. Marshall L. Rev. 317, 358+ (1992) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2784 DRUG TESTING: THE TOUGHEST COMPETITION AN ATHLETE EVER FACES, 13 T. Marshall L. Rev. 143, 160 (1988) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2785 LITIGATION STRATEGIES: THE RIGHTS OF HOMOSEXUALS TO ADOPT CHILDREN, 16 Touro L. Rev. 161, 204 (1999) 2786 HOPWOOD, EQUAL PROTECTION, AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: CAN ANYONE'S OX BE GORED?, 14 Touro L. Rev. 549, 567 (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2787 DISCRIMINATION CASES, 13 Touro L. Rev. 461, 474+ (1997) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2788 UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA: DOES INTERMEDIATE SCRUTINY STILL EXIST?, 13 Touro L. Rev. 229, 233+ (1996) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2789 EQUAL PROTECTION, 12 Touro L. Rev. 853, 883 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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2790 EQUAL PROTECTION, 11 Touro L. Rev. 871, 925 (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2791 EQUAL PROTECTION, 10 Touro L. Rev. 947, 989+ (1994) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2792 GENDER BASED PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES AND THE NEW YORK STATE CONSTITUTION, 8 Touro L. Rev. 91, 97+ (1991) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2793 CUBAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND THE IDEAL OF GOOD GOVERNANCE, 14 Transnat'l L. & Contemp. Probs. 529, 654 (2004) 2794 THE SECTION 5 POWER AND THE RATIONAL BASIS STANDARD OF EQUAL PROTECTION, 79 Tul. L. Rev. 519, 585 (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2795 WAL-MART STORES, INC. V. KEEL: THE LOUISIANA SUPREME COURT GRANTS FULL WORKERS' COMPENSATION TO ELDERLY WORKERS, 77 Tul. L. Rev. 1119, 1128 (2003) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2796 FROM STATUS TO PERSON IN BOOK I, TITLE 1 OF THE CIVIL CODE, 73 Tul. L. Rev. 1263, 1286 (1999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2797 UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA: THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT RULES THAT THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE'S MALE-ONLY ADMISSIONS POLICY VIOLATES THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE OF THE CONSTITUTION, 71 Tul. L. Rev. 1375, 1388+ (1997) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2798 NORMALIZING THE SEPARATION OF POWERS, 70 Tul. L. Rev. 2681, 2717 (1996) 2799 NONVIOLENT ABORTION CLINIC PROTESTS: REEVALUATING SOME CURRENT ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT THE PROPER SCOPE OF GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS, 70 Tul. L. Rev. 1359, 1443 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2800 CONSTITUTIONAL PRIVACY AND THE JUST FAMILY, 67 Tul. L. Rev. 955, 1031 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2801 EQUAL PROTECTION AND RESIDENT ALIEN ACCESS TO PUBLIC BENEFITS IN FRANCE AND THE UNITED STATES, 67 Tul. L. Rev. 669, 731 (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2802 BRAY v. ALEXANDRIA WOMEN'S HEALTH CLINIC: THE SUPREME COURT'S NEXT OPPORTUNITY TO UNSETTLE CIVIL RIGHTS LAW, 66 Tul. L. Rev. 1357, 1404 (1992) 2803 INTEGRATION IN THE 1980S: THE DREAM OF DIVERSITY AND THE CYCLE OF EXCLUSION, 64 Tul. L. Rev. 1625, 1676 (1990) 2804 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT LAW: CRISIS IN INTERPRETATION-SURVIVAL AGAINST THE ODDS, 62 Tul. L. Rev. 681, 715 (1988) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2805 THE LOUISIANA CONSTITUTION'S DECLARATION OF RIGHTS: POST-HARDWICK PROTECTION FOR SEXUAL PRIVACY?, 62 Tul. L. Rev. 767, 812 (1988) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2806 THE QUESTIONING OF SUPREME COURT NOMINEES AT SENATE CONFIRMATION HEARINGS: PROPOSALS FOR ACCOMMODATING THE NEEDS OF THE SENATE AND AMELIORATING THE FEARS OF THE NOMINEES, 62 Tul. L. Rev. 109, 174 (1987) 2807 INEQUALITY IN LOUISIANA PUBLIC SCHOOL FINANCE: SHOULD EDUCATIONAL QUALITY DEPEND ON A STUDENT'S SCHOOL DISTRICT RESIDENCY?, 60 Tul. L. Rev. 1269, 1301 (1986) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2808 IS EQUAL PROTECTION LIKE OAKLAND? EQUALITY AS A SURROGATE FOR OTHER RIGHTS, 59 Tul. L. Rev. 884, 909 (1985)

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2809 SOME OBSERVATIONS ABOUT RACE, SEX, AND EQUAL PROTECTION, 59 Tul. L. Rev. 928, 954+ (1985) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2810 INSCRIBING JUDICIAL PREFERENCES INTO OUR FUNDAMENTAL LAW: ON THE EUROPEAN PRINCIPLE OF MARGINS OF APPRECIATION AS CONSTITUTIONAL JURISPRUDENCE IN THE U.S., 7 Tulsa J. Comp. & Int'l L. 327, 373+ (2000) 2811 THE CONSTITUTIONAL GUARANTEE OF EQUAL PROTECTION IN CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE STANDARDS FOR DETERMINING THE VALIDITY OF GOVERNMENTAL ACTION., 5 Tulsa J. Comp. & Int'l L. 1, 25+ (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2812 REMARKS ON WOMEN'S PROGRESS IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION IN THE UNITED STATES, 33 Tulsa L.J. 13, 21 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2813 WOMEN AS CONSTITUTIONAL EQUALS: THE BURGER COURT'S OVERDUE EVOLUTION, 33 Tulsa L.J. 23, 40 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2814 READING ENTRAILS: ROMER, VMI AND THE ART OF DIVINING EQUAL PROTECTION, 32 Tulsa L.J. 361, 388+ (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2815 VMI AND VIRGINIA LOSE AGAIN: UNITED STATES V. VIRGINIA, 32 Tulsa L.J. 681, 705+ (1997) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2816 STEFFAN V. ASPIN: GAYS IN THE MILITARY WIN A VICTORY - OR DID THEY?, 30 Tulsa L.J. 171, 193 (1994) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2817 ALL DRESSED UP WITH NO PLACE TO GO: GENDER BIAS IN OKLAHOMA FEDERAL COURT DRESS CODES, 30 Tulsa L.J. 395, 422+ (1994) HN: 1,2 (S.Ct.) 2818 THE UNIFORM PUTATIVE AND UNKNOWN FATHERS ACT: SHOULD PUTATIVE FATHERS HAVE AN ABSOLUTE RIGHT TO NOTICE IN ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS?, 25 Tulsa L.J. 315, 335 (1989) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2819 AN ILLEGITIMATE USE OF LEGISLATIVE POWER: MISSISSIPPI'S INAPPROPRIATE CHILD SURNAME LAW IN PATERNITY PROCEEDINGS, 8 U.C. Davis J. Juv. L. & Pol'y 153, 197 (2004) 2820 WIDENING THE BATTLEFIELD: USING EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION TO GET FROM ABORTION TO BIRTH CONTROL, 16 UCLA Women's L.J. 281, 304 (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2821 REACHING ACROSS DIFFERENCE: EXTENDING EQUALITY'S REACH TO ENCOMPASS GOVERNMENTAL PROGRAMS THAT SOLELY BENEFIT WOMEN, 13 UCLA Women's L.J. 375, 406+ (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2822 LEGITIMIZING MALE DOMINANCE: GENDERING THE NONGENDERED EQUAL PROTECTION DOCTRINE A CRITIQUE OF JUDITH BAER'S OUR LIVES BEFORE THE LAW, 12 UCLA Women's L.J. 291, 315 (2003) 2823 WOMEN, MORALITY, AND SEXUAL ORIENTATION, 8 UCLA Women's L.J. 165, 218 (1998) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2824 DOUBLE AND NOTHING: LESBIAN AS CATEGORY, 7 UCLA Women's L.J. 1, 25 (1996) 2825 DOMINANCE AND DEMOCRACY: THE LEGACY OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE FOR THE VOTING RIGHT, 5 UCLA Women's L.J. 103, 216+ (1994) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.)

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2826 "THE FIGHT FOR THE RIGHT TO FIGHT": EQUAL PROTECTION & THE UNITED STATES MILITARY, 74 UMKC L. Rev. 383, 410 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2827 OUR TRANSGRESSIONS: THE LEGAL SYSTEM'S STRUGGLE WITH PROVIDING EQUAL PROTECTION TO TRANSGENDER AND TRANSSEXUAL PEOPLE, 71 UMKC L. Rev. 507, 527 (2002) 2828 SEXISM AND BIAS IN THE NAME OF TRADITION: MISSOURI'S STANDARD OF INEQUALITY REGARDING CHILDREN'S SURNAMES, 66 UMKC L. Rev. 169, 181+ (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2829 TRENDS IN CONSTITUTION-BASED LITIGATION IN THE FEDERAL COURTS, 63 UMKC L. Rev. 41, 77+ (1994) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2830 NO MORE NERVOUS BREAKDOWNS: SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND THE HOSTILE WORK ENVIRONMENT, 62 UMKC L. Rev. 521, 548 (1994) 2831 THE VMI DECISION: A LOOK AT THE BALANCING PROCESS IN EQUAL PROTECTION CASES, 60 UMKC L. Rev. 393, 410+ (1991) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2832 THE FETAL RIGHTS CONTROVERSY: A RESURFACING OF SEX DISCRIMINATION IN THE GUISE OF FETAL PROTECTION, 57 UMKC L. Rev. 261, 288+ (1989) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2833 HOMOSEXUALS AND THE MILITARY: STRANGE BEDFELLOWS, 57 UMKC L. Rev. 123, 134 (1988) 2834 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-GENDER EQUALITY AND SINGLE-SEX EDUCATION. UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA, 116 S.Ct. 2264 (1996)., 20 U. Ark. Little Rock L.J. 191, 199+ (1997) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2835 THE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/QUOTA ISSUE: BACK TO THE FUTURE IN THE YEAR 2000? (THE BEN J. ALTHEIMER LECTURE), 15 U. Ark. Little Rock L.J. 361, 381 (1993) 2836 EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION-TITLE VII'S LIMITED PREEMPTIVE EFFECT ALLOWS STATE LAWS MANDATING PREGNANCY LEAVE AND REINSTATEMENT. CALIFORNIA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION v. GUERRA, 107 S.CT 683 (1987)., 9 U. Ark. Little Rock L.J. 669, 681 (1987) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2837 ANIMAL LAW-WHEN DOGS BITE: A FAIR, EFFECTIVE, AND COMPREHENSIVE SOLUTION TO THE CONTEMPORARY PROBLEM OF DOG ATTACKS, 32 U. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 259, 284+ (2010) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2838 LEGAL FICTIONS: IRONY, STORYTELLING, TRUTH, AND JUSTICE IN THE MODERN COURTROOM DRAMA, 25 U. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 503, 633 (2003) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2839 THE SO-CALLED RIGHT TO PRIVACY, 43 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 715, 747 (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2840 LOFTON V. KEARNEY: EQUAL PROTECTION MANDATES EQUAL ADOPTION RIGHTS, 36 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1285, 1312+ (2003) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2841 THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE EDUCATION OF THE HANDICAPPED ACT: A STUDY IN THE INTERPRETATION OF RADICAL STATUTES, 24 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 349, 436+ (1990) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2842 MUTABLE CHARACTERISTICS AND THE DEFINITION OF DISCRIMINATION UNDER TITLE VII, 20 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 769, 882+ (1987) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2843 THE SEX DISCOUNT, 57 UCLA L. Rev. 1149, 1197+ (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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2844 WHAT FEMINISTS HAVE TO LOSE IN SAME-SEX MARRIAGE LITIGATION, 57 UCLA L. Rev. 1199, 1233+ (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2845 PERMISSIBLE GUN REGULATIONS AFTER HELLER: SPECULATIONS ABOUT METHOD AND OUTCOMES, 56 UCLA L. Rev. 1425, 1442 (2009) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2846 STUDENTS AND WORKERS AND PRISONERS-OH, MY! A CAUTIONARY NOTE ABOUT EXCESSIVE INSTITUTIONAL TAILORING OF FIRST AMENDMENT DOCTRINE, 54 UCLA L. Rev. 1635, 1679 (2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2847 LEGAL RECOGNITION OF SAME-SEX CONJUGAL RELATIONSHIPS: THE 2003 CALIFORNIA DOMESTIC PARTNER RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ACT IN COMPARATIVE CIVIL RIGHTS AND FAMILY LAW PERSPECTIVE, 51 UCLA L. Rev. 1555, 1617 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2848 EVALUATING THE SEX DISCRIMINATION ARGUMENT FOR LESBIAN AND GAY RIGHTS, 49 UCLA L. Rev. 471, 518+ (2001) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 2849 NINTH AMENDMENT ADJUDICATION: AN ALTERNATIVE TO SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS ANALYSIS OF PERSONAL AUTONOMY RIGHTS, 48 UCLA L. Rev. 85, 157 (2000) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2850 DESTABILIZING DUE PROCESS AND EVOLUTIVE EQUAL PROTECTION, 47 UCLA L. Rev. 1183, 1219 (2000) 2851 OF RACE AND IMMUTABILITY, 46 UCLA L. Rev. 1375, 1463+ (1999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2852 JUROR SEXUAL ORIENTATION: THE FAIR CROSS-SECTION REQUIREMENT, PRIVACY, CHALLENGES FOR CAUSE, AND PEREMPTORIES, 46 UCLA L. Rev. 231, 288 (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2853 FEDERALISM AND THE FAMILY RECONSTRUCTED, 45 UCLA L. Rev. 1297, 1400 (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2854 THE GLASS CEILING IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION: WHY DO LAW FIRMS STILL HAVE SO FEW FEMALE PARTNERS?, 42 UCLA L. Rev. 1631, 1689 (1995) 2855 ANTI-GAY INITIATIVES: A CALL FOR HEIGHTENED JUDICIAL SCRUTINY, 41 UCLA L. Rev. 153, 198 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2856 THE PURSUIT OF MANHOOD AND THE DESEGREGATION OF THE ARMED FORCES, 38 UCLA L. Rev. 499, 581 (1991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2857 STATE LAW IN EQUALITY CLOTHING: A COMMENT ON ALLEGHENY PITTSBURGH COAL COMPANY v. COUNTY COMMISSION, 38 UCLA L. Rev. 87, 105 (1990) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2858 THE POLITICS OF THE CLOSET: TOWARDS EQUAL PROTECTION FOR GAY, LESBIAN, AND BISEXUAL IDENTITY, 36 UCLA L. Rev. 915, 976 (1989) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2859 OVERINCLUSION AND UNDERINCLUSION: A NEW MODEL, 36 UCLA L. Rev. 447, 528 (1989) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2860 INEQUALITY "FROM THE TOP": APPLYING AN ANCIENT PROHIBITION TO AN EMERGING PROBLEM OF DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE, 32 UCLA L. Rev. 100, 134 (1984) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2861 THE MYTH OF PRECISION AND THE LAW DICTIONARY, 31 UCLA L. Rev. 423, 442

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(1983) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 2862 STATUS OF THE EMERGENCY ROOM PSYCHOTHERAPIST: PRIVACY RITES, 30 UCLA L. Rev. 1316, 1348 (1983) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2863 COMMON LAW CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION, 63 U. Chi. L. Rev. 877, 935 (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2864 THE SEPARATION OF POWERS AND THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN, 61 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1317, 1373 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2865 THE BRICOLEUR AT THE CENTER; The Partial Constitution. Cass R. Sunstein, Harvard University Press, 1993. PP. 414., 60 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1071, 1116 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2866 THE LAW AS THEY FOUND IT: DISENTANGLING GENDER-BASED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROGRAMS FROM CROSON, 59 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1563, 1589+ (1992) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2867 DISCRIMINATORY INTENT AND THE TAMING OF BROWN, 56 U. Chi. L. Rev. 935, 1015+ (1989) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2868 POLITICAL LAW, LEGALISTIC POLITICS: A RECENT HISTORY OF THE POLITICAL QUESTION DOCTRINE, 56 U. Chi. L. Rev. 643, 669 (1989) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2869 LEGAL INTERFERENCE WITH PRIVATE PREFERENCES, 53 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1129, 1174 (1986) 2870 STILL NEWER EQUAL PROTECTION: IMPERMISSIBLE PURPOSE REVIEW IN THE 1984 TERM, 53 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1454, 1484 (1986) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2871 SEPARATION OF POWERS AND JUDICIAL SERVICE ON PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSIONS, 53 U. Chi. L. Rev. 993, 1025 (1986) 2872 THE "SUBSTANTIAL RELATION"' QUESTION IN GENDER DISCRIMINATION CASES, 52 U. Chi. L. Rev. 149, 158+ (1985) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2873 PRISONER PARENTS: AN ARGUMENT FOR EXTENDING THE RIGHT TO PROCREATE TO INCARCERATED MEN AND WOMEN, 2002 U. Chi. Legal F. 271, 301 (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2874 PATRIARCHY AND INEQUALITY: TOWARDS A SUBSTANTIVE FEMINISM, 1999 U. Chi. Legal F. 21, 86 (1999) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2875 TWO CHEERS FOR CHEERLEADING: THE NOISY INTEGRATION OF VMI AND THE QUIET SUCCESS OF VIRGINIA WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP, 1999 U. Chi. Legal F. 347, 380 (1999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2876 ANTI-SUBORDINATION ANALYSIS AFTER UNITED STATES V VIRGINIA: EVALUATING THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF K-12 SINGLE-SEX PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 1999 U. Chi. Legal F. 381, 460+ (1999) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 2877 FUNDING OF MEDICALLY-NECESSARY ABORTIONS: A REEXAMINATION OF U.S. LAW AND A CALL FOR EC FEDERALISM, 1992 U. Chi. Legal F. 517, 538 (1992) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2878 AN EQUAL PROTECTION ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ALL-MALE MILITARY SCHOOLS, 1991 U. Chi. Legal F. 211, 230 (1991) 2879 DIVERSITY AND DEMOCRACY, 72 U. Cin. L. Rev. 961, 976+ (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2880 NONJUDICIAL SAFEGUARDS FOR RELIGIOUS LIBERTY, 70 U. Cin. L. Rev. 31, 94 (2001)

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HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2881 JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT LAW: WILL THE SECOND FEMALE SUPREME COURT JUSTICE BECOME THE COURT'S WOMEN'S RIGHTS CHAMPION?, 63 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1893, 1945+ (1995) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2882 MODERN REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY AND MOTHERHOOD: THE SEARCH FOR COMMON GROUND AND THE RECOGNITION OF DIFFERENCE, 62 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1623, 1657 (1994) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2883 THE CONTINUING CLASH ABORTION: THE CLASH OF ABSOLUTES. BY LAURENCE TRIBE. NEW YORK, W.W. NORTON & CO, 1990, 270PP, 59 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1231, 1251 (1991) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2884 THE SIXTH CIRCUIT'S DOUBLE STANDARD IN HOSTILE WORK ENVIRONMENT CLAIMS: DAVIS v. MONSANTO CHEMICAL CO., 858 F.2d 345 (6TH CIR. 1988)., 58 U. Cin. L. Rev. 779, 817 (1989) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2885 ILLICIT LEGISLATIVE MOTIVE IN THE MUNICIPAL LAND USE REGULATION PROCESS, 57 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1, 124 (1988) 2886 A STEP TOWARD ENHANCING EQUALITY, CHOICE, AND OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP IN MARRIAGE AND AT DIVORCE, 56 U. Cin. L. Rev. 493, 519 (1987) 2887 SELECTING THE APPROPRIATE STANDARD OF REVIEW FOR EQUAL PROTECTION CHALLENGES TO LEGISLATION CONCERNING SUBSISTENCE BENEFITS, 53 U. Cin. L. Rev. 587, 609+ (1984) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2888 WOMEN AND THE LAW: FROM ABIGAIL TO SANDRA, 52 U. Cin. L. Rev. 967, 976 (1983) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2889 NAVIGATING DANGEROUS CONSTITUTIONAL STRAITS: A PROLEGOMENON ON THE FEDERAL MARRIAGE AMENDMENT AND THE DISENFRANCHISEMENT OF SEXUAL MINORITIES, 76 U. Colo. L. Rev. 599, 652+ (2005) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2890 WARNING BELL: THE INHERENT DIFFICULTIES OF RESPONDING TO STUDENTON-STUDENT SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN COLORADO MIDDLE SCHOOLS, 76 U. Colo. L. Rev. 813, 841+ (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2891 IS TRADITION ACTIVIST? THE COMMON LAW OF THE FAMILY IN THE LIBERAL CONSTITUTIONALIST WORLD, 73 U. Colo. L. Rev. 1291, 1306 (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2892 INCREASING ACCESS TO JUSTICE: EXPANDING THE ROLE OF NONLAWYERS IN THE DELIVERY OF LEGAL SERVICES TO LOW-INCOME COLORADANS, 72 U. Colo. L. Rev. 459, 505 (2001) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2893 CONSERVATIVE FREE SPEECH AND THE UNEASY CASE FOR JUDICIAL REVIEW, 64 U. Colo. L. Rev. 975, 1008+ (1993) 2894 POST-LIBERAL JUDGING: THE ROLES OF CATEGORIZATION AND BALANCING, 63 U. Colo. L. Rev. 293, 317 (1992) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2895 LIBERALS AND BALANCING, 63 U. Colo. L. Rev. 319, 324 (1992) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2896 CIVIL RIGHTS AND THE POLITICS OF STATUTORY INTERPRETATION, 62 U. Colo. L. Rev. 37, 78 (1991) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2897 THE USE OF EXPERT TESTIMONY IN THE DEFENSE OF BATTERED WOMEN, 52 U.

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Colo. L. Rev. 587, 599 (1981) 2898 A COMMENT ON THE BURGER COURT AND "JUDICIAL ACTIVISM", 52 U. Colo. L. Rev. 223, 245+ (1981) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2899 ANTENUPTIAL CONTRACTS, 50 U. Colo. L. Rev. 141, 164 (1979) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2900 THE PREMATURE DEMISE OF IRREBUTTABLE PRESUMPTIONS, 47 U. Colo. L. Rev. 653, 698+ (1976) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2901 THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF IMPLIED CONSENT IN COLORADO, 47 U. Colo. L. Rev. 723, 763 (1976) 2902 PREJUDGMENT CREDITORS' REMEDIES-ANOTHER RECIPE FOR THE DUE PROCESS COOKBOOK North Georgia Finishing, Inc. v. Di-Chem, Inc., 47 U. Colo. L. Rev. 129, 147 (1975) 2903 BACKWASH BENEFITS FOR SECOND CLASS CITIZENS: PRISONERS' FIRST AMENDMENT AND PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS RIGHTS, 46 U. Colo. L. Rev. 377, 431 (1975) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2904 BY WAY OF THE DODO: THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT MALE-ONLY REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT UNDER MODERN GENDER-BASED EQUAL PROTECTION, 29 U. Dayton L. Rev. 135, 167+ (2003) HN: 3,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2905 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CONTENT-BASED REGULATIONS ON SPEECH: A COMPARISON OF THE CATEGORIZATION AND BALANCING APPROACHES TO JUDICIAL SCRUTINY--SIMON & SCHUSTER, INC. v. NEW YORK STATE CRIME VICTIMS BOARD, 112 S. CT. 501 (INT, 18 U. Dayton L. Rev. 593, 633 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2906 SEX, LIES, AND PRIOR RESTRAINTS: "SEXUALLY ORIENTED BUSINESS"-THE NEW OBSCENITY, 68 U. Det. L. Rev. 253, 285 (1991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2907 HAVEN'T WOMEN OBTAINED EQUALITY? AN ANALYSIS OF THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF DOWER IN MICHIGAN, 87 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 533, 555+ (2010) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2908 PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT-FREE SPEECH JURISPRUDENCE: A NEW CONSTITUTIONAL TEST FOR DISCIPLINED WHISTLEBLOWERS, 19 U. Fla. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 421, 478+ (2008) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2909 DRIVING INTO THE SUNSET: A PROPOSAL FOR MANDATORY REPORTING TO THE DMV BY PHYSICIANS TREATING UNSAFE ELDERLY DRIVERS, 25 U. Haw. L. Rev. 59, 83+ (2002) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2910 THE DEFENSE OF MARRIAGE ACT: SEX AND THE CITIZEN, 24 U. Haw. L. Rev. 279, 307+ (2001) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2911 THE FUTURE OF SAME-SEX MARRIAGE, 22 U. Haw. L. Rev. 119, 147 (2000) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2912 RUTH BADER GINSBURG: A PERSONAL, VERY FOND TRIBUTE, 20 U. Haw. L. Rev. 583, 587 (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2913 "THE WAY WOMEN ARE": SOME NOTES IN THE MARGIN FOR RUTH BADER GINSBURG, 20 U. Haw. L. Rev. 619, 633+ (1998) 2914 HEARING THE VOICES OF INDIVIDUAL WOMEN AND MEN: JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG, 20 U. Haw. L. Rev. 635, 646 (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2915 JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG AND GENDER DISCRIMINATION, 20 U. Haw. L. Rev.

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699, 796+ (1998) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 2916 RUTH BADER GINSBURG AND JOHN MARSHALL HARLAN: A JUSTICE AND HER HERO, 20 U. Haw. L. Rev. 797, 833+ (1998) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2917 WHEN IS AN INNOVATION IN ORDER?: JUSTICE BADER RUTH GINSBURG AND STARE DECISIS, 20 U. Haw. L. Rev. 835, 894 (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2918 THE NEW POLITICS OF ABORTION: AN EQUALITY ANALYSIS OF WOMAN-PROTECTIVE ABORTION RESTRICTIONS, 2007 U. Ill. L. Rev. 991, 1053 (2007) 2919 EMBRACING SEGREGATION: THE JURISPRUDENCE OF CHOICE AND DIVERSITY IN RACE AND SEX SEPARATISM IN SCHOOLS, 2005 U. Ill. L. Rev. 455, 512 (2005) 2920 SINGLE-SEX EDUCATION: PROMOTING EQUALITY OR AN UNCONSTITUTIONAL DIVIDE?, 2002 U. Ill. L. Rev. 699, 727+ (2002) HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 2921 WARRING WITH WARDLE: MORALITY, SOCIAL SCIENCE, AND GAY AND LESBIAN PARENTS, 1998 U. Ill. L. Rev. 253, 339 (1998) 2922 INCORPORATING THWARTED PUTATIVE FATHERS INTO THE ADOPTION SCHEME: ILLINOIS PROPOSES A SOLUTION AFTER THE "BABY RICHARD" CASE, 1996 U. Ill. L. Rev. 189, 227 (1996) 2923 TITLE IX AND INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS: WHEN SCHOOLS CUT MEN'S ATHLETIC TEAMS, 1996 U. Ill. L. Rev. 809, 842 (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2924 LEGITIMATE GOVERNMENT PURPOSES AND STATE ENFORCEMENT OF MORALITY, 1993 U. Ill. L. Rev. 67, 84+ (1993) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2925 A CONVERSATION WITH JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG, 53 U. Kan. L. Rev. 957, 982 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2926 TRADITIONALISM, MAJORITARIAN MORALITY, AND THE HOMOSEXUAL SODOMY ISSUE: THE JOURNEY FROM BOWERS TO LAWRENCE, 53 U. Kan. L. Rev. 1, 80+ (2004) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2927 LAW AND FEMINISM: TOGETHER IN STRUGGLE, 51 U. Kan. L. Rev. 291, 296 (2003) 2928 UNPUBLISHED OPINIONS, PRECEDENT, AND THE FIFTH AMENDMENT: WHY DENYING UNPUBLISHED OPINIONS PRECEDENTIAL VALUE IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL, 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 195, 223 (2001) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2929 ROMER v. EVANS: HEIGHTENED SCRUTINY HAS FOUND A RATIONAL BASIS--IS THE COURT TACITLY RECOGNIZING QUASI-SUSPECT STATUS FOR GAYS, LESBIANS, AND BISEXUALS?, 45 U. Kan. L. Rev. 953, 969+ (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2930 GENDER-BASED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: WHERE DOES IT FIT IN THE TIERED SCHEME OF EQUAL PROTECTION SCRUTINY?, 41 U. Kan. L. Rev. 591, 613 (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2931 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION DOCTRINE AND THE CONFLICfING MESSAGES OF CROSON, 38 U. Kan. L. Rev. 281, 341+ (1990) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2932 WHERE TO PRAY? RELIGIOUS ZONING AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT, 35 U. Kan. L. Rev. 697, 762+ (1987) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2933 IN NOBODY'S BEST INTERESTS: A CONSIDERATION OF ABSOLUTE BANS ON SEXUAL MINORITY ADOPTION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE UNADOPTED CHILD, 35

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U. Louisville J. Fam. L. 25, 74+ (1997) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2934 GENDER-BASED PEREMPTORY STRIKES: J.E.B. V. ALABAMA SETTLES THE CONTROVERSY, 33 U. Louisville J. Fam. L. 143, 162 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2935 BOTSWANA: BUCKING THE BACKLASH, 33 U. Louisville J. Fam. L. 293, 300 (1995) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 2936 ILLEGITIMATE CHILDREN'S RIGHT TO RECEIVE NOTICE IN PROBATE PROCEEDINGS INVOLVING PUTATIVE FATHER'S ESTATE, 31 U. Louisville J. Fam. L. 649, 664 (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2937 THE FATE OF SEPARATE BUT EQUAL IN THE ATHLETIC ARENA, 10 U. Miami Bus. L. Rev. 649, 685+ (2002) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2938 ENVISIONING A U.S. GOVERNMENT THAT ISN'T 84% MALE: WHAT THE UNITED STATES CAN LEARN FROM SWEDEN, RWANDA, BURUNDI, AND OTHER NATIONS, 62 U. Miami L. Rev. 129, 156 (2007) 2939 BRAY v. ALEXANDRIA WOMEN'S HEALTH CLINIC: WOMEN UNDER SIEGE, 47 U. Miami L. Rev. 1415, 1448+ (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2940 MARCHING TO THE BEAT OF A DIFFERENT DRUMMER: THE CASE OF THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 47 U. Miami L. Rev. 1449, 1488+ (1993) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2941 FUNCTIONS OF WOMANHOOD: THE DOCTRINE OF NECESSARIES IN FLORIDA, 47 U. Miami L. Rev. 397, 414+ (1992) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2942 UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION: WOMEN AND CHILDREN-THE DENIALS, 46 U. Miami L. Rev. 751, 802 (1992) 2943 SUSPECT CLASS DEMOCRACY: A SOCIAL THEORY, 45 U. Miami L. Rev. 107, 158 (1990) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2944 REFLECTIONS ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE SEX/GENDER SYSTEM: DIVORCE LAW REFORM IN NEW YORK, 42 U. Miami L. Rev. 55, 73 (1987) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2945 SUBORDINATION AND THE FORTUITY OF OUR CIRCUMSTANCES, 41 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 585, 610 (2008) 2946 BILINGUALISM AND EQUALITY: TITLE VII CLAIMS FOR LANGUAGE DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE, 38 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 57, 140 (2004) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2947 THE STRUGGLE FOR SEX EQUALITY IN SPORT AND THE THEORY BEHIND TITLE IX, 34 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 13, 149+ (2001) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 2948 GENDER AND INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS: DATA AND MYTHS, 34 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 151, 229+ (2001) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2949 LIFE AFTER ADARAND: WHAT HAPPENED TO THE METRO BROADCASTING DIVERSITY RATIONALE FOR AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS OWNERSHIP?, 33 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 87, 132+ (2000) 2950 TOWARD AN EXPANDED CONCEPTION OF LAW REFORM: SEXUAL HARASSMENT LAW AND THE RECONSTRUCTION OF FACTS, 23 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 475, 505 (1990) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2951 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES OR PRIVATE CITIZENS: THE OFF-DUTY SEXUAL ACTIVITIES OF POLICE OFFICERS AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT OF PRIVACY, 18 U. Mich.

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J.L. Reform 195, 219+ (1984) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2952 THE USUAL SUSPECT CLASSIFICATIONS: CRIMINALS, ALIENS AND THE FUTURE OF SAME-SEX MARRIAGE, 12 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1, 46 (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2953 RECONSTRUCTING RECONSTRUCTION: SOME PROBLEMS FOR ORIGINALISTS (AND EVERYONE ELSE, TOO), 11 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1201, 1238+ (2009) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2954 ON SECTION 5 OF THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT, 11 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1431, 1450 (2009) 2955 ON THE ROLE OF IDEOLOGICAL HOMOGENEITY IN GENERATING CONSEQUENTIAL CONSTITUTIONAL DECISIONS, 10 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 361, 386+ (2008) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2956 DNA TESTING FOR EDDY CURRY? CREATING A NEW CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION, 9 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1105, 1129 (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2957 LAW AS A REFLECTION OF HER/HIS-STORY: CURRENT INSTITUTIONAL PERCEPTIONS OF, AND POSSIBILITIES FOR, PROTECTING TRANSSEXUALS' INTERESTS IN LEGAL DETERMINATIONS OF SEX, 5 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 128, 185 (2002) 2958 THE RIGHT OF MEN TO CHANGE THEIR NAMES UPON MARRIAGE, 5 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 186, 218 (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2959 BETWEEN THE TIERS: THE NEW(EST) EQUAL PROTECTION AND BUSH V. GORE (FN1), 4 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 372, 393 (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2960 CURIOUS CHIASMA: RISING AND FALLING PROTECTION OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM AND GENDER EQUALITY, 4 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 394, 449+ (2002) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 2961 THE CONSTITUTIONALIZATION OF CHILDREN'S RIGHTS: INCORPORATING EMERGING HUMAN RIGHTS INTO CONSTITUTIONAL DOCTRINE, 2 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1, 52 (1999) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2962 AN EMERGING RIGHT FOR MATURE MINORS TO RECEIVE INFORMATION, 2 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 223, 275 (1999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2963 THE DEADWEIGHT OF FORMULAE: WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN THE SECOND GERMANIZATION OF AMERICAN EQUAL PROTECTION REVIEW, 1 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 284, 324 (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2964 SINGLE-SEX PUBLIC EDUCATION: EQUALITY VERSUS CHOICE, 1 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 154, 172 (1998) 2965 HAZEN PAPER CO. V. BIGGINS REVISITED: THE SUPREME COURT'S DISMISSAL OF ADAMS V. FLORIDA POWER CORPS., 6 U. Pa. J. Lab. & Emp. L. 767, 788 (2004) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 2966 THE IRRELEVANCE OF WRITTENNESS IN CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION, 158 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1025, 1091 (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2967 VANGUARD STATES, LAGGARD STATES: FEDERALISM AND CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, 152 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1745, 1827 (2004) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2968 SINGLE-SEX EDUCATION AFTER VMI: EQUAL PROTECTION AND EAST HARLEM'S YOUNG WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP SCHOOL, 145 U. Pa. L. Rev. 987, 1033 (1997) 2969 THE CENTRAL MISTAKE OF SEX DISCRIMINATION LAW:THE DISAGGREGATION OF SEX FROM GENDER, 144 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1, 99+ (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.)

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2970 THE FEMINIST CHALLENGE IN CRIMINAL LAW, 143 U. Pa. L. Rev. 2151, 2207+ (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2971 WHEN THE SUPREME COURT RESTRICTS CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, CAN CONGRESS SAVE US? AN EXAMINATION OF SECTION 5 OF THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT, 141 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1029, 1101+ (1993) 2972 THE DEVALUATION OF NONWHITE COMMUNITY IN REMEDIES FOR SUBSIDIZED HOUSING DISCRIMINATION, 140 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1463, 1503 (1992) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2973 SPECULATION AND REALITY: THE ROLE OF FACTS IN JUDICIAL PROTECTION OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS, 136 U. Pa. L. Rev. 655, 727 (1988) 2974 RISING ABOVE PRINCIPLE, 135 U. Pa. L. Rev. 153, 191 (1986) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2975 INTERMEDIATE EQUAL PROTECTION SCRUTINY OF WELFARE LAWS THAT DENY SUBSISTENCE, 132 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1547, 1576+ (1984) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2976 RETHINKING SEX AND THE CONSTITUTION, 132 U. Pa. L. Rev. 955, 1040+ (1984) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 2977 FEDERAL POWER OVER INDIANS: ITS SOURCES, SCOPE, AND LIMITATIONS, 132 U. Pa. L. Rev. 195, 288+ (1984) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 2978 WOMEN, WORK, WELFARE, AND THE PRESERVATION OF PATRIARCHY, 131 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1249, 1339+ (1983) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2979 HOMOSEXUALS' RIGHT TO MARRY: A CONSTITUTIONAL TEST AND A LEGISLATIVE SOLUTION, 128 U. Pa. L. Rev. 193, 216+ (1979) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2980 O'NEIL V. BAINE: APPLICATION OF MIDDLE-LEVEL SCRUTINY TO OLD-AGE CLASSIFICATIONS, 127 U. Pa. L. Rev. 798, 806+ (1979) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2981 MORALITY ENFORCEMENT THROUGH THE CRIMINAL LAW AND THE MODERN DOCTRINE OF SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS, 126 U. Pa. L. Rev. 344, 384 (1977) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2982 THE CONCLUSIVE PRESUMPTION SHUFFLE, 125 U. Pa. L. Rev. 761, 810 (1977) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2983 APPLYING THE EQUAL PAY ACT TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS: THE EFFECT OF NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES V. USERY, 125 U. Pa. L. Rev. 665, 681 (1977) 2984 DOES THE CONSTITUTION PREVENT THE DISCHARGE OF CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEES?, 124 U. Pa. L. Rev. 942, 1012 (1976) 2985 IMPLEMENTING TITLE IX: THE NEW REGULATIONS, 124 U. Pa. L. Rev. 806, 815+ (1976) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2986 OF MAD DOFS AND SCIENTISTS: THE PERILS OF THE "CRIMINAL-INSANE", 123 U. Pa. L. Rev. 258, 296 (1974) 2987 THE INEVITABLE INTERPLAY OF TITLE VII AND THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT: A NEW ROLE FOR THE NLRB, 123 U. Pa. L. Rev. 158, 186+ (1974) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2988 RACE, RACISM AND AMERICAN LAW. BY DERRICK A. BELL, JR. BOSTON: LITTLE BROWN & CO., 1973. PP XLII, 1076. $19.00, 122 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1044, 1069 (1974) HN: 2 (S.Ct.)

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2989 SCHOOLS AS SORTERS: THE CONSTITUTIONAL AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS OF STUDENT CLASSIFICATION*, 121 U. Pa. L. Rev. 705, 797+ (1973) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2990 RULES, RESPONSIBILITY AND COMMITMENT TO CHILDREN: THE NEW LANGUAGE OF MORALITY IN FAMILY LAW, 60 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 1111, 1205 (1999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2991 SEXUAL ORIENTATION, MORALITY, AND THE LAW: DEVLIN REVISITED, 57 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 237, 336+ (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 2992 "PARENTAL" LEAVES AND POOR WOMEN: PAYING THE PRICE FOR TIME OFF, 52 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 475, 519 (1991) 2993 EQUALITY AND FEMINIST LEGAL THEORY, 48 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 1043, 1045+ (1987) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 2994 ERROR CORRECTION, LAWMAKING, AND THE SUPREME COURT'S EXERCISE OF DISCRETIONARY REVIEW, 44 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 795, 877 (1983) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2995 UNDUE INFLUENCE AND THE HOMOSEXUAL TESTATOR, 42 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 225, 267 (1981) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2996 ARBITRARINESS: WHY THE MOST IMPORTANT IDEA IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW CAN'T BE DEFINED, AND WHAT THIS MEANS FOR THE LAW IN GENERAL, 44 U. Rich. L. Rev. 839, 865+ (2010) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 2997 READING, WRITING, AND RACE: THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES DESIGNED TO TEACH RACIAL LITERACY, 41 U. Rich. L. Rev. 707, 757 (2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 2998 THE SUPREME COURT'S "EXCEEDINGLY (UN)PERSUASIVE" APPLICATION OF INTERMEDIATE SCRUTINY IN UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA, 31 U. Rich. L. Rev. 523, 548+ (1997) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 2999 DECEPTIVE APPEARANCES: JUDGES, COGNITIVE BIAS, AND DRESS CODES, 41 U.S.F. L. Rev. 299, 331 (2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3000 "UNWANTED, ANONYMOUS, BIOLOGICAL DESCENDANTS": MANDATORY DONATION LAWS AND LAWS PROHIBITING PREEMBRYO DISCARD VIOLATE THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO PRIVACY, 28 U.S.F. L. Rev. 183, 237 (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3001 THE ALMIGHTY DISCRETIONARY POWER OF STATE OFFICIALS TRUMPS THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE?, 41 U. Tol. L. Rev. 669, 702 (2010) 3002 WOMEN OF THE HIGHEST COURT: DOES GENDER BIAS OR PERSONAL LIFE EXPERIENCES INFLUENCE THEIR OPINIONS?, 36 U. Tol. L. Rev. 995, 1022 (2005) 3003 FORBIDDING FEMALE TOPLESSNESS: WHY "REAL DIFFERENCE" JURISPRUDENCE LACKS "SUPPORT" AND WHAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT IT, 36 U. Tol. L. Rev. 273, 319+ (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3004 BELSITO v. CLARK: OHIO'S BATTLE WITH "MOTHERHOOD", 28 U. Tol. L. Rev. 247, 277 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3005 SHOULD CHILDREN BE PENALIZED BECAUSE THEIR PARENTS DID NOT MARRY? A CONSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS OF SECTION 516 OF THE NEW YORK FAMILY COURT ACT, 26 U. Tol. L. Rev. 957, 978 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3006 STATE v. GRAY: DE-CRIMINALIZATION OF MATERNAL DRUG ABUSE OR A MO-

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MENTARY REPRIEVE?, 25 U. Tol. L. Rev. 1013, 1038 (1995) 3007 JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG: A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT, 26 U. Tol. L. Rev. 1, 25+ (1994) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3008 CLEANING OUT THE PENTAGON'S CLOSET: AN OVERVIEW OF THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT'S ANTI-GAY POLICY, 23 U. Tol. L. Rev. 433, 467+ (1992) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3009 FROM IDENTITY POLITICS TO IDEOLOGY POLITICS, 2009 Utah L. Rev. 749, 795+ (2009) 3010 FAMILY GOVERNANCE IN THE AGE OF DIVORCE, 1998 Utah L. Rev. 211, 211 (1998) 3011 DISMANTLING A RELIC OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: AN END TO DISCRIMINATION AT THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 1996 Utah L. Rev. 717, 721+ (1996) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3012 CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF ACQUISITION- VALUE REAL PROPERTY TAXATION: THE ELUSIVE RATIONAL BASIS, 1994 Utah L. Rev. 817, 869 (1994) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3013 REFOCUSING ABORTION JURISPRUDENCE TO INCLUDE THE WOMAN: A RESPONSE TO BOPP AND COLESON AND WEBSTER v. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES, 1990 Utah L. Rev. 543, 611 (1990) 3014 WILL THE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RESTORATION ACT BE STRIKE THREE AGAINST PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES?, 30 Val. U. L. Rev. 701, 748 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3015 QUEER JUSTICE: EQUAL PROTECTION FOR VICTIMS OF SAME-SEX DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, 30 Val. U. L. Rev. 335, 379+ (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3016 THE PROGRESSION OF WOMEN IN THE LAW, 28 Val. U. L. Rev. 1161, 1171+ (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3017 SHERMAN MINTON: RESTRAINT AGAINST A TIDE OF ACTIVISM, 62 Vand. L. Rev. 757, 794 (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3018 A DARWINIST VIEW OF THE LIVING CONSTITUTION, 61 Vand. L. Rev. 1319, 1347 (2008) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3019 SCHOOL FUNDING LITIGATION: WHO'S WINNING THE WAR?, 57 Vand. L. Rev. 2351, 2413 (2004) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3020 NOT WITHOUT MY FATHER: THE LEGAL STATUS OF THE POSTHUMOUSLY CONCEIVED CHILD, 55 Vand. L. Rev. 1001, 1054 (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3021 COMMERCIAL SPEECH AND THE UNCONSTITUTIONAL CONDITIONS DOCTRINE: A SECOND LOOK AT "THE GREATER INCLUDES THE LESSER", 55 Vand. L. Rev. 693, 796 (2002) 3022 SCRUTINIZING JUVENILE CURFEWS: CONSTITUTIONAL STANDARDS & THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF JUVENILES AND PARENTS, 53 Vand. L. Rev. 653, 666+ (2000) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3023 LEST WE FORGET: BUCHANAN V. WARLEY AND CONSTITUTIONAL JURISPRUDENCE OF THE "PROGRESSIVE ERA", 51 Vand. L. Rev. 787, 796 (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3024 RACE AND THE COURT IN THE PROGRESSIVE ERA, 51 Vand. L. Rev. 881, 952 (1998) 3025 UNITED STATES v. VIRGINIA'S NEW GENDER EQUAL PROTECTION ANALYSIS WITH RAMIFICATIONS FOR PREGNANCY, PARENTING, AND TITLE VII, 50 Vand. L. Rev. 845, 861+ (1997) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.)

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3026 THE HISTORY OF THE WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT, 49 Vand. L. Rev. 657, 672+ (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3027 TEMPERING TITLE VII'S STRAIGHT ARROW APPROACH: RECOGNIZING AND PROTECTING GAY VICTIMS OF EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION, 46 Vand. L. Rev. 1533, 1563 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3028 TRUTH IN JUDGING: SUPREME COURT OPINIONS AS LEGISLATIVE DRAFTING, 38 Vand. L. Rev. 463, 477 (1985) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3029 THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF STATUTES OF REPOSE: FEDERALISM REIGNS, 38 Vand. L. Rev. 627, 664+ (1985) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3030 TENSION BETWEEN THE FIRST AND TWENTY-FIRST AMENDMENTS IN STATE REGULATION OF ALCOHOL ADVERTISING, 37 Vand. L. Rev. 1421, 1453 (1984) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3031 REPRODUCING WOMEN'S RIGHTS: ALL OVER AGAIN, 31 Vt. L. Rev. 1, 38 (2006) 3032 ONE PERSON, ONE VOTE, SEVERAL ELECTIONS?: INSTANT RUNOFF VOTING AND THE CONSTITUTION, 28 Vt. L. Rev. 343, 372 (2004) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3033 THE LOGIC OF STANDARDS OF REVIEW IN CONSTITUTIONAL CASES: A DEONTIC ANALYSIS, 28 Vt. L. Rev. 121, 147 (2003) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3034 APPROACHING SURROGATE MOTHERHOOD: RECONSIDERING DIFFERENCE, 26 Vt. L. Rev. 407, 449+ (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3035 AN ANALYSIS OF THE DOCTRINES AND GOALS OF FEMINIST LEGAL THEORY AND THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS, 19 Vt. L. Rev. 137, 190+ (1994) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3036 WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION: TRUTHFULNESS AND THE MORAL IMAGINATION, 16 Vt. L. Rev. 137, 182 (1991) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3037 THE MEMBERSHIP OF JUDGES IN GENDER DISCRIMINATORY PRIVATE CLUBS, 12 Vt. L. Rev. 459, 483+ (1987) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3038 COULD JESUS SERVE ON A JURY? NOT IN THE THIRD CIRCUIT: RELIGION-BASED PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES IN UNITED STATES V. DEJESUS AND BRONSHTEIN V. HORN, 51 Vill. L. Rev. 1057, 1084 (2006) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3039 BUILDING "A DOLL'S HOUSE': A FEMINIST ANALYSIS OF MARITAL DEBT DISCHARGEABILITY IN BANKRUPTCY, 48 Vill. L. Rev. 381, 467 (2003) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3040 THE "INTELLIGENT WICKEDNESS" OF U.S. IMMIGRATION LAW CONFERRING CITIZENSHIP TO CHILDREN BORN ABROAD AND OUT-OF-WEDLOCK: A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE, 47 Vill. L. Rev. 707, 745 (2002) 3041 LITIGATING AGAINST EMPLOYMENT PENALTIES FOR PREGNANCY, BREASTFEEDING AND CHILDCARE, 44 Vill. L. Rev. 355, 393 (1999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3042 A PERRY, PERRY POOR POLICY PROMOTING PREJUDICE REBUKED BY THE REALITY OF THE ROMER RULING: THOMASSON v. PERRY, 42 Vill. L. Rev. 1293, 1341+ (1997) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3043 WARREN BURGER AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE, 41 Vill. L. Rev. 505, 519 (1996) 3044 DAY CARE AND PARENTAL EMPLOYMENT: WHAT WEIGHT SHOULD THEY BE GIV-

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EN IN CHILD CUSTODY DISPUTES?, 41 Vill. L. Rev. 909, 948 (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3045 THE CONSTITUTIONAL DIMENSION OF A NATIONAL PRODUCTS LIABILITY STATUTE OF REPOSE, 40 Vill. L. Rev. 985, 1056 (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3046 JURADO v. POPEJOY CONSTRUCTION CO.: DETERMINING THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF DISPARATE AWARDS OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION DEATH BENEFITS TO NONRESIDENT ALIEN DEPENDENTS, 39 Vill. L. Rev. 705, 736 (1994) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3047 COGNITIVE DISSONANCE: HAVE INSANITY DEFENSE AND CIVIL COMMITMENT REFORMS MADE A DIFFERENCE?, 39 Vill. L. Rev. 71, 122+ (1994) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3048 THE UNEQUAL PLAYING FIELD-EXCLUSION OF MALE ATHLETES FROM SINGLESEX TEAMS: WILLIAMS v. SCHOOL DISTRICT OF BETHLEHEM, PA., 2 Vill. Sports & Ent. L.F. 99, 126+ (1995) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3049 COURTS, THE CONSTITUTION, AND CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW: THE INTELLECTUAL ORIGINS OF THE RESTATEMENT (THIRD) OF THE FOREIGN RELATIONS LAW OF THE UNITED STATES, 44 Va. J. Int'l L. 33, 62 (2003) 3050 FOREWORD, 4 Va. J. Soc. Pol'y & L. 579, 580 (1997) 3051 RACE, SEX, AND RULEMAKING: ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM AND THE WORKPLACE, 1960 TO THE PRESENT, 96 Va. L. Rev. 799, 886 (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3052 INCARCERATION, ACCOMMODATION, AND STRICT SCRUTINY, 95 Va. L. Rev. 2053, 2128 (2009) 3053 CONSTITUTIONAL CALCIFICATION: HOW THE LAW BECOMES WHAT THE COURT DOES, 91 Va. L. Rev. 1649, 1720 (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3054 SOME LEGACIES OF BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION, 90 Va. L. Rev. 1693, 1720 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3055 BARGAINING IN THE SHADOW OF THE MARKET: IS THERE A FUTURE FOR EGALITARIAN MARRIAGE?, 84 Va. L. Rev. 509, 672 (1998) 3056 OUTRAGED OVER IMMIGRATION: RETHINKING DOCTRINAL RESPONSES, 82 Va. L. Rev. 987, 1019 (1996) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3057 RETHINKING THE CIVIL RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES REVOLUTIONS, 82 Va. L. Rev. 1, 67+ (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3058 DISCRIMINATION AND ITS DISCONTENTS, 81 Va. L. Rev. 117, 147 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3059 GENDER EQUALITY: STATES AS LABORATORIES, 80 Va. L. Rev. 945, 977+ (1994) 3060 THE PUZZLING RESISTANCE TO POLITICAL PROCESS THEORY, 77 Va. L. Rev. 747, 832+ (1991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3061 BORK'S DILEMMA THE TEMPTING OF AMERICA: THE POLITICAL SEDUCTION OF THE LAW. BY ROBERT H. BORK. THE FREE PRESS, NEW YORK, 1990, PP. 355, $22.50, 76 Va. L. Rev. 337, 348 (1990) 3062 DISPARATE IMPACT UNDER TITLE VII: AN OBJECTIVE THEORY OF DISCRIMINATION, 73 Va. L. Rev. 1297, 1345 (1987) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3063 CHILDBEARING AND CHILDREARING: FEMINISTS AND REFORM, 73 Va. L. Rev. 1145, 1158+ (1987) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3064 HISTORY AND NEUTRALITY IN CONSTITUTIONAL ADJUDICATION, 72 Va. L. Rev.

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1237, 1296 (1986) 3065 LIKE FATHER, LIKE CHILD: THE RIGHTS OF PARENTS IN THEIR CHILDREN'S SURNAMES, 70 Va. L. Rev. 1303, 1355+ (1984) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3066 THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND CONTENT DISCRIMINATION, 68 Va. L. Rev. 203, 251 (1982) 3067 TRANSFORMING TEENAGERS INTO ORAL SEX FELONS: THE PERSISTENCE OF THE CRIME AGAINST NATURE AFTER LAWRENCE V. TEXAS, 43 Wake Forest L. Rev. 155, 221+ (2008) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3068 CONSTITUTIONAL EQUALITY AS A CULTURAL FORM: THE COURTS AND THE MEANINGS OF SEX AND GENDER, 38 Wake Forest L. Rev. 513, 552+ (2003) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3069 ORIGINALISM AND THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT, 33 Wake Forest L. Rev. 909, 1034 (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3070 TAKING BACK THE POWER: FEDERAL VS. STATE REGULATION ON POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION BENEFITS FOR ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS, 44 Washburn L.J. 603, 625 (2005) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3071 WASHBURN LAW SCHOOL CELEBRATES A CENTURY OF WELCOMING WOMEN, 42 Washburn L.J. 853, 907 (2004) 3072 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: ELIMINATING GENDER-BASED PEREMPTORY STRIKES: THE END OF THE PEREMPTORY CHALLENGE? (J.E.B. v. ALABAMA EX. REL. T.B., 114 S. CT. 1419 (1994)), 34 Washburn L.J. 193, 213+ (1994) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3073 THE CONSTITUTION IN A POSTMODERN AGE, 64 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 165, 231 (2007) 3074 APPLICATIONS FOR BENEFITS: DUE PROCESS, EQUAL PROTECTION, AND THE RIGHT TO BE FREE FROM ARBITRARY PROCEDURES, 61 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 883, 927 (2004) 3075 COME BACK TO THE NICKEL AND FIVE: TRACING THE WARREN COURT'S PURSUIT OF EQUAL JUSTICE UNDER LAW, 59 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1203, 1307 (2002) 3076 THE "CONSTITUTIONAL" ASSAULT ON THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 53 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 429, 463+ (1996) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3077 THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE AND THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE: A FACTUAL AND LEGAL INTRODUCTION, 50 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 15, 33 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3078 THE CURIOUS CASE OF THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE: AN ESSAY ON THE JUDICIAL FUNCTION, 50 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 35, 41+ (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3079 THE COURT BETWEEN HEGEMONIES, 49 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 31, 52 (1992) 3080 RATIONALITY-AND THE IRRATIONAL UNDERINCLUSIVENESS OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS, 45 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1, 32+ (1988) HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 3081 EQUAL PROTECTION CHALLENGES TO LEGISLATIVE ABROGATION OF THE COLLATERAL SOURCE RULE, 44 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1303, 1330+ (1987) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3082 YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU: CONSTITUTIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF INTERSTATE GENDER-IDENTITY RULINGS, 80 Wash. L. Rev. 819, 885+ (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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3083 INDIRECT DISCRIMINATION UNDER TITLE VII: EXPANDING MALE STANDING TO SUE FOR INJURIES RECEIVED AS A RESULT OF EMPLOYER DISCRIMINATION AGAINST FEMALES, 64 Wash. L. Rev. 365, 400+ (1989) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3084 UNIFORMITY AND DIVERSITY IN A DIVIDED-POWER SYSTEM: THE UNITED STATES' EXPERIENCE, 61 Wash. L. Rev. 1081, 1102 (1986) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3085 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-BALANCING TEST IN DURATIONAL RESIDENCE EQUAL PROTECTION ANALYSIS-WILLIAMS v. ZOBEL, 619 P.2D 448 (ALASKA 1980), PROB.JURIS.NOTED, 101 S.CT. 1344 (1981)., 56 Wash. L. Rev. 763, 784 (1981) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3086 HOME ALONE: IS THIS THE BEST WE CAN DO? A PROPOSAL TO AMEND PENDING PARENTAL LEAVE LEGISLATION, 29 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 301, 322 (2009) 3087 FROM THE LEMMA BARKELOO AND PHOEBE COUZINS ERA TO THE NEW MILLENNIUM: 130 YEARS OF FAMILY LAW, 6 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 189, 203 (2001) 3088 STANDARDS OF JUDICIAL REVIEW IN SUPREME COURT LAND USE OPINIONS: A TAXONOMY, AN ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK, AND A SYNTHESIS, 51 Wash. U. J. Urb. & Contemp. L. 1, 188+ (1997) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3089 GENDER-BASED PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES UNDER UNITED STATES v. DE GROSS, 960 F.2D 1433 (9TH CIR. 1992), 43 Wash. U. J. Urb. & Contemp. L. 465, 480+ (1993) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3090 SALVAGING THE UNDUE BURDEN STANDARD - IS IT A LOST CAUSE? THE UNDUE BURDEN STANDARD AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS ANALYSIS, 73 Wash. U. L.Q. 295, 332 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3091 ARE OLDER AMERICANS DANGEROUSLY DRIVING INTO THE SUNSET?, 72 Wash. U. L.Q. 1709, 1740 (1994) 3092 ARGUMENTS AGAINST MARRIAGE EQUALITY: COMMEMORATING & RECONSTRUCTING LOVING V. VIRGINIA, 85 Wash. U. L. Rev. 575, 609+ (2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3093 SURROGACY AGREEMENTS: PERMITTING AMERICANS TO STRUCTURE WORK AND HOME, 53 Wayne L. Rev. 1063, 1084 (2007) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3094 THE CONSTITUTION SHOULD PROTECT THE RIGHT TO SAME-SEX MARRIAGE, 49 Wayne L. Rev. 975, 991+ (2004) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3095 THE SETTLED NATURE OF AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 48 Wayne L. Rev. 173, 361+ (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3096 HAIR SPLITTING IN THE SIXTH CIRCUIT: EQUALITY FOUNDATION V. CITY OF CINCINNATI AFTER ROMER V. EVANS, 46 Wayne L. Rev. 391, 421 (2000) 3097 THE "BABY JESSICA CASE" AND THE CLAIMED CONFLICT BETWEEN CHILDREN'S AND PARENT'S RIGHTS, 40 Wayne L. Rev. 285, 315 (1994) 3098 THE USE OF DEADLY FORCE BY WOMEN AGAINST RAPE IN MICHIGAN: JUSTIFIFIABLE HOMICIDE?, 37 Wayne L. Rev. 1969, 1987 (1991) 3099 TRUSTS, 36 Wayne L. Rev. 1001, 1028+ (1990) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3100 WORKERS' DISABILITY COMPENSATION, 36 Wayne L. Rev. 1029, 1083 (1990) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3101 BY THE WAY - THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE HAS ALWAYS PROTECTED A

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"CLASS-OF-ONE": AN EXAMINATION OF VILLAGE OF WILLOWBROOK V. OLECH, 104 W. Va. L. Rev. 593, 616 (2002) 3102 THE IDEA OF THE COMMON LAW IN WEST VIRGINIA JURISPRUDENTIAL HISTORY: MORNINGSTAR V. BLACK & DECKER REVISITED, 103 W. Va. L. Rev. 125, 166 (2000) 3103 CHEMICAL CASTRATION: CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUES OF DUE PROCESS, EQUAL PROTECTION, AND CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT, 100 W. Va. L. Rev. 853, 896 (1998) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3104 RELATIONAL AND LIBERAL FEMINISM: THE "ETHIC OF CARE," FETAL PERSONHOOD AND AUTONOMY, 99 W. Va. L. Rev. 291, 310 (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3105 PUBLIC LAW FROM THE BOTTOM UP, 97 W. Va. L. Rev. 141, 180 (1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3106 BATTERED SPOUSES' SECTION 1983 DAMAGE ACTIONS AGAINST THE UNRESPONSIVE POLICE AFTER DESHANEY, 93 W. Va. L. Rev. 251, 357 (1991) 3107 AN EQUAL RIGHT TO FIGHT: AN ANALYSIS OF THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF LAWS AND POLICIES THAT EXCLUDE WOMEN FROM COMBAT IN THE UNITED STATES MILITARY, 93 W. Va. L. Rev. 421, 454 (1991) 3108 FAMILY LAW-MATERNAL AND JOINT CUSTODY PRESUMPTIONS FOR UNMARRIED PARENTS: CONSTITUTIONAL AND POLICY CONSIDERATIONS IN MASSACHUSETTS AND BEYOND, 32 W. New Eng. L. Rev. 599, 659 (2010) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3109 USING GENDER AS A BASIS OF CLIENT SELECTION: A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE, 20 W. New Eng. L. Rev. 79, 91 (1998) 3110 THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT: THE MERGING OF JURISPRUDENCE AND SOCIAL ACCEPTANCE, 30 W. St. U. L. Rev. 205, 223+ (2003) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3111 DISPARATE OUTCOMES AMONG MEDICAL MALPRACTICE VICTIMS: A NEW LOOK AT AN EQUAL PROTECTION CHALLENGE TO MICRA, 30 Whittier L. Rev. 67, 99+ (2008) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3112 IS CALIFORNIA'S MICRA A VALID CONSTITUTIONAL BASIS FOR FEDERAL HEALTH CARE LIABILITY REFORM? REVIVING AN EQUAL PROTECTION CHALLENGE, 25 Whittier L. Rev. 463, 494+ (2003) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3113 ADDRESSING THE PLIGHT OF INNER-CITY SCHOOLS: THE FEDERAL RIGHT TO EDUCATION AFTER KADRMAS v. DICKINSON PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 18 Whittier L. Rev. 825, 862 (1997) 3114 ADARAND v. PENA: DO ALL RACE-BASED CLASSIFICATIONS DESERVE STRICT JUDICIAL SCRUTINY?, 17 Whittier L. Rev. 955, 994+ (1996) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3115 RELIGION: THE COGNIZABLE DIFFERENCE IN PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES, 5 Widener J. Pub. L. 131, 177+ (1995) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3116 WHEN COLLEGE BEGINS AND CHILD SUPPORT ENDS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE'S RESPONSE TO BLUE v. BLUE, 3 Widener J. Pub. L. 1109, 1152 (1994) 3117 REVISITING THE LURID WORLD OF TELEPHONES, SEX, AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT: IS THIS THE END OF DIAL-A-PORN?, 2 Widener J. Pub. L. 621, 669 (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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3118 MAKING EQUALITY MATTER (AGAIN): THE PROHIBITION AGAINST SPECIAL LAWS IN THE PENNSYLVANIA CONSTITUTION, 3 Widener J. Pub. L. 161, 215+ (1993) 3119 THE LIMITS OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL IMAGINATION: EQUAL PROTECTION IN THE ERA OF ASSIMILATION, 4-SPG Widener L. Symp. J. 121, 130+ (1999) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3120 THE PROGRESSIVE'S VIEW OF THE DEFENSE OF MARRIAGE ACT AND ITS CONFLICT WITH CONSERVATIVE SOCIETY, 4-SPG Widener L. Symp. J. 325, 355 (1999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3121 MULLER V. OREGON: ONE HUNDRED YEARS LATER, 45 Willamette L. Rev. 359, 380 (2009) 3122 HONORING HANS: ON LINDE, LAWMAKING, AND LEGACIES, 43 Willamette L. Rev. 157, 173+ (2007) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3123 THE DISTRICT OF OREGON IN THE U.S. SUPREME COURT, 39 Willamette L. Rev. 851, 1029 (2003) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3124 PROTECTING PARENTAL LEAVE: A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS MODEL, 33 Willamette L. Rev. 177, 214+ (1997) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3125 DISCRIMINATORY ACQUITTAL, 18 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 75, 129 (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3126 GETTING TO PLAN B: A HISTORY OF CONTRACEPTIVE RIGHTS IN THE UNITED STATES AND AN ARGUMENT FOR A PRIVATE RIGHT OF ACTION AGAINST THE FDA, 16 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 345, 379 (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3127 FORM AND SUBSTANCE IN PARENTAGE LAW, 15 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 203, 262 (2006) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3128 PARENTAGE AT BIRTH: BIRTHFATHERS AND SOCIAL FATHERHOOD, 14 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 909, 942 (2006) 3129 THE SUPREME COURT AND THE FEDERALIST PAPERS: IS THERE LESS HERE THAN MEETS THE EYE?, 14 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 243, 316 (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3130 THE RHETORIC OF JUDICIAL CRITIQUE: FROM JUDICIAL RESTRAINT TO THE VIRTUAL BILL OF RIGHTS, 10 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 585, 645 (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3131 FEDERAL POWER, STATES' RIGHTS, INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS: MENTALLY DISABLED PRISONERS AND THE SUPREME COURT'S NEW ACTIVISM, 10 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 861, 896+ (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3132 PLAYING DEFENSE, 6 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 167, 189 (1997) 3133 "ENTREAT ME NOT TO LEAVE THEE": BOTTOMS v. BOTTOMS AND THE CUSTODY RIGHTS OF GAY AND LESBIAN PARENTS, 3 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 289, 325 (1994) 3134 THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF REDLINING: THE POTENTIAL FOR HOLDING BANKS LIABLE AS STATE ACTORS, 2 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 527, 565 (1993) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3135 Majoritarian Theft in the Regulatory State: What's a Takings Clause For?, 19 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 161, 221 (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3136 SEPARATE BUT UNEQUAL - WHEN OVERCROWDED: SEX DISCRIMINATION IN JAIL EARLY RELEASE POLICIES, 15 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 591, 631+ (2009) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3137 ESSENTIALLY A MOTHER, 13 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 429, 482+ (2007) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3138 ADAM AND STEVE AND EVE: WHY SEXUALITY SEGREGATION IN ASSISTED REPRO-

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DUCTION IN VIRGINIA IS NO LONGER ACCEPTABLE, 11 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 293, 315+ (2005) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3139 THE FREE EXERCISE OF DISCRIMINATION: RELIGIOUS LIBERTY, CIVIC COMMUNITY AND WOMEN'S EQUALITY, 10 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 459, 532+ (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3140 THE CRACK IN JUSTICE SCALIA'S CRYSTAL BALL: SINGLE-SEX CHARTER SCHOOLS MAY PROVE HIS PREDICTION IN VMI WAS WRONG, 8 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 133, 153+ (2001) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3141 THE FAMILY MEDICAL LEAVE ACT: STATE SOVEREIGNTY AND THE NARROWING OF FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT PROTECTION, 7 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 1011, 1037 (2001) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3142 INTRODUCTION, 1 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 1, 9 (1994) 3143 THE VOTE FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE, 51 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1583, 1608 (2010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3144 RECONSTRUCTING THE DORMANT COMMERCE CLAUSE DOCTRINE, 50 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 417, 516 (2008) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3145 RECONSTRUCTING THE RACE-SEX ANALOGY, 49 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1789, 1857 (2008) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3146 CONSTITUTIONAL LESSONS FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF PUBLIC SINGLE-SEX ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS, 47 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1953, 2043+ (2006) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3147 DISABILITY HARASSMENT IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 43 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1079, 1158 (2002) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3148 A CONSTITUTION OF COLLABORATION: PROTECTING FUNDAMENTAL VALUES WITH SECOND-LOOK RULES OF INTERBRANCH DIALOGUE, 42 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1575, 1870+ (2001) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3149 RETHINKING THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN FREEDOM (REVIEW ESSAY OF ERIC FONER, THE STORY OF AMERICAN FREEDOM (1998)), 42 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 265, 288 (2000) 3150 THE SIXTIES SHIFT TO FORMAL EQUALITY AND THE COURTS: AN ARGUMENT FOR PRAGMATISM AND POLITICS, 40 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 209, 273+ (1998) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3151 URBAN, SINGLE-SEX, PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS: ADVANCING FULL DEVELOPMENT OF THE TALENT AND CAPACITIES OF AMERICA'S YOUNG WOMEN, 39 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 507, 556+ (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3152 EULOGY FOR THE HONORABLE WARREN E. BURGER CHIEF JUSTICE, SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, 37 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 9, 12 (1995) 3153 TOWARD A NEW STANDARD IN GENDER DISCRIMINATION: THE CASE OF VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 33 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 489, 542+ (1992) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3154 THE RELIGION CLAUSES AND NONBELIEVERS, 27 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 863, 873 (1986) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3155 SEX DISCRIMINATION UNDER TRIBAL LAW, 36 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 392, 446 (2010)

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HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3156 NOTE: MINNESOTA'S PROPOSED SAME-SEX MARRIAGE AMENDMENT: A FLAMINGLY UNCONSTITUTIONAL VIOLATION OF FULL FAITH AND CREDIT, DUE PROCESS, AND EQUAL PROTECTION, 31 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1649, 1676 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3157 WARREN E. BURGER: AN INDEPENDENT PRAGMATIST REMEMBERED, 22 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 39, 61 (1996) 3158 A TRIBUTE TO WARREN E. BURGER, 22 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 7, 13 (1996) 3159 MINNESOTA EQUAL PROTECTION IN THE THIRD MILLENNIUM: "OLD FORMULATIONS" OR "NEW ARTICULATIONS"?, 20 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 337, 382 (1994) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3160 PUTATIVE FATHERS' RIGHTS: STRIKING THE RIGHT BALANCE IN ADOPTION LAWS, 20 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 929, 966 (1994) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3161 AGE DISCRIMINATION LAW-MANDATORY RETIREMENT OF JUDGES: LAW AND POLICY-GREGORY v. ASHCROFT, 898 F.2D 598 (8TH CIR.), CERT. GRANTED, 111 S. CT. 507 (1990), 17 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 858, 882+ (1991) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3162 SAME-SEX MARRIAGE: A REVIEW, 17 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 539, 562+ (1991) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3163 GAY AMERICAN "DEVIANCE:" USING INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS TO ARGUE FOR A FREE SPEECH AND ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE APPROACH TO FURTHERING GAY MARRIAGE IN THE UNITED STATES, 26 Wis. Int'l L.J. 1, 85+ (2008) 3164 LABOR PAINS: THE SEVENTH CIRCUIT DISTORTS THE PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION ACT TO BAR DISCRIMINATION BASED ON IN VITRO FERTILIZATION, 24 Wis. J.L. Gender & Soc'y 117, 144+ (2009) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3165 PUTTING THE CONTRACT INTO CONTRACTIONS: REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS AND THE FOUNDING OF THE REPUBLIC, 2005 Wis. L. Rev. 1535, 1610 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3166 THE BATSON DOCTRINE: THE SUPREME COURT'S UTTER FAILURE TO MEET THE CHALLENGE OF DISCRIMINATION IN JURY SELECTION, 1999 Wis. L. Rev. 501, 552 (1999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3167 THE YOUNG WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP SCHOOL: SINGLE-SEX PUBLIC EDUCATION AFTER V.M.I., 1997 Wis. L. Rev. 827, 864+ (1997) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3168 WISCONSIN RECOVERY LIMIT FOR VICTIMS OF MUNICIPAL TORTS: A CONFLICT OF PUBLIC INTERESTS, 1986 Wis. L. Rev. 155, 176 (1986) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3169 CREDIT OPPORTUNITY FOR WOMEN: THE ECOA AND ITS EFFECTS, 1981 Wis. L. Rev. 655, 696 (1981) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3170 THE GAY RIGHTS STATE: WISCONSIN'S PIONEERING LEGISLATION TO PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION BASED ON SEXUAL ORIENTATION, 22 Wis. Women's L.J. 91, 131+ (2007) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3171 "(A)N INGLORIOUS FICTION": THE DOCTRINE OF MATRIMONIAL DOMICILE IN SOUTH CAROLINA (FNa1), 18 Wis. Women's L.J. 233, 255+ (2003) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3172 WHEN INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES DEMAND EQUAL TREATMENT: AN EQUAL RIGHTS APPROACH TO THE SPECIAL NEEDS OF GIRLS IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE

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SYSTEM, 18 Wis. Women's L.J. 9, 50 (2003) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3173 CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION POLICIES FOR WOMEN OF COLOR: A HOPELESS PARADOX?, 15 Wis. Women's L.J. 391, 437+ (2000) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3174 EQUAL PROTECTION, GENDER, AND JUSTICE AT THE DAWN OF A NEW CENTURY, 14 Wis. Women's L.J. 123, 154 (1999) 3175 SINGLE-SEX EDUCATION AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT: SEX-BASED EXCLUSION FROM PUBLIC SCHOOL ON THE BASIS OF TIME, PLACE, OR MANNER RESTRICTIONS, 12 Wis. Women's L.J. 207, 251+ (1997) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3176 THE NAME OF THE MAIDEN, 12 Wis. Women's L.J. 253, 299 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3177 THE FUTURE OF FEMINIST LEGAL THEORY, 11 Wis. Women's L.J. 367, 383 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3178 SEIZING THE MOMENTS: THE BEGINNINGS OF THE WOMEN'S RIGHTS LAW REPORTER AND A PERSONAL JOURNEY, 30 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 592, 608+ (2009) 3179 SET-ASIDE PROGRAMS FOR WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESSES: DO WOMEN ADD DIVERSITY TO SOCIETY?, 26 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 181, 192+ (2005) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3180 AN OPEN THANK-YOU NOTE TO JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG FOR HER SPIRIT OF BELONGING, 24 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 1, 8 (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3181 THIRTY YEARS, 22 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 147, 158 (2001) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3182 "FATAL IN FACT'?: AN EXAMINATION OF THE VIABILITY OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION FOR WOMEN IN THE POST-ADARAND ERA, 21 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 151, 168+ (2000) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3183 THOUGHTS ABOUT WHY THE FIRST AMENDMENT OPERATES TO STIFLE THE FREEDOM AND EQUALITY OF A SUBORDINATED MAJORITY, 21 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 25, 38 (1999) 3184 THE GENDER LINE: MEN, WOMEN, AND THE LAW BY NANCY LEVIT, 21 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 57, 69+ (1999) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3185 AVOIDING GENDER EQUALITY, 19 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 127, 154+ (1998) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3186 OCCUPATIONAL SEGREGATION AND THE MALE-WORKER-NORM: CHALLENGING OBJECTIVE WORK REQUIREMENTS UNDER TITLE VII, 18 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 79, 94 (1996) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3187 THE EQUALITY CRISIS: SOME REFLECTIONS ON CULTURE, COURTS, AND FEMINISM, 14 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 151, 174+ (1992) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3188 SEXUAL IDENTITY AND THE CONSTITUTION: HOMOSEXUAL PERSONS AS A DISCRETE AND INSULAR MINORITY, 14 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 263, 296+ (1992) 3189 IN PURSUIT OF EQUALITY: ONE WOMAN'S WORK TO CHANGE THE LAW, 14 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 335, 359+ (1992) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3190 SEX EQUALITY AND THE CONSTITUTION: THE STATE OF THE ART, 14 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 361, 366+ (1992) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3191 GENDER RULES, 22 Yale J.L. & Feminism 133, 191+ (2010) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3192 WOMEN LAWYERS BLOG FOR WORKPLACE EQUALITY: BLOGGING AS A FEMINIST

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LEGAL METHOD, 20 Yale J.L. & Feminism 357, 408+ (2009) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3193 DISCRIMINATION BY DEFINITION: THE HISTORICAL AND LEGAL PATHS TO THE PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION ACT OF 1978, 21 Yale J.L. & Feminism 1, 14 (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3194 MAKING PREGNANCY WORK: OVERCOMING THE PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION ACT'S CAPACITY-BASED MODEL, 21 Yale J.L. & Feminism 15, 50 (2009) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3195 RECONSTRUCTIVE FEMINISM: CHANGING THE WAY WE TALK ABOUT GENDER AND WORK THIRTY YEARS AFTER THE PDA, 21 Yale J.L. & Feminism 79, 117+ (2009) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3196 A BEDROOM OF ONE'S OWN: MORALITY AND SEXUAL PRIVACY AFTER LAWRENCE V. TEXAS, 16 Yale J.L. & Feminism 1, 40 (2004) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3197 ATTORNEY-CLIENT SEX: A FEMINIST CRITIQUE OF THE ABSENCE OF REGULATION, 15 Yale J.L. & Feminism 175, 223 (2003) 3198 FOREWORD, 14 Yale J.L. & Feminism 213, 216 (2002) 3199 RECONSTRUCTING EQUALITY: OF JUSTICE, JUSTICIA, AND THE GENDER OF JURISDICTION, 14 Yale J.L. & Feminism 393, 418+ (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3200 WRITING OUR OWN RARE BOOKS, 14 Yale J.L. & Feminism 429, 451 (2002) 3201 SECURING THE CARE OF CHILDREN IN DIVERSE FAMILIES: BUILDING ON TRENDS IN GUARDIANSHIP REFORM, 10 Yale J.L. & Feminism 29, 67 (1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3202 ADDING COMPLEXITY TO CONFUSION AND SEEING THE LIGHT: FEMINIST LEGAL INSIGHTS AND THE JURISPRUDENCE OF THE RELIGION CLAUSES, 7 Yale J.L. & Feminism 137, 172+ (1995) 3203 BEYOND METAPHOR: BATTERED WOMEN, INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE AND THE THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT, 4 Yale J.L. & Feminism 207, 253 (1992) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3204 THE REAL ACLU, 2 Yale J.L. & Feminism 161, 187 (1989) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3205 TRANSFORMING THE GROUNDS: AUTONOMY AND REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM, 2 Yale J.L. & Feminism 75, 98+ (1989) 3206 THE STRANGE CAREER OF JANE CROW: SEX SEGREGATION AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF ANTI-DISCRIMINATION DISCOURSE, 18 Yale J.L. & Human. 187, 272 (2006) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3207 DOES LOCHNER LIVE?: THE DISTURBING IMPLICATIONS OF CRAIGMILES V. GILES, 21 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 537, 545 (2003) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3208 NGUYEN V. INS: IS SEX REALLY MORE IMPORTANT NOW?, 19 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 525, 537+ (2001) HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 3209 THE POLITICAL STATUS OF THE NATIVE HAWAIIAN PEOPLE, 17 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 95, 147 (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3210 CREATED IN ITS IMAGE: THE RACE ANALOGY, GAY IDENTITY, AND GAY LITIGATION IN THE 1950S-1970S, 119 Yale L.J. 316, 372+ (2009) 3211 PLURALISM AND DISTRUST: HOW COURTS CAN SUPPORT DEMOCRACY BY LOWERING THE STAKES OF POLITICS, 114 Yale L.J. 1279, 1328 (2005) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3212 LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM AND SECTION FIVE POWER: POLICENTRIC IN-

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TERPRETATION OF THE FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT, 112 Yale L.J. 1943, 2059+ (2003) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3213 "A COMMON FATE OF DISCRIMINATION": RACE-GENDER ANALOGIES IN LEGAL AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE, 110 Yale L.J. 1045, 1087+ (2001) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3214 EQUAL PROTECTION BY LAW: FEDERAL ANTIDISCRIMINATION LEGISLATION AFTER MORRISON AND KIMEL, 110 Yale L.J. 441, 526+ (2000) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3215 WHEN FATHERS' RIGHTS ARE MOTHERS' DUTIES: THE FAILURE OF EQUAL PROTECTION IN MILLER V. ALBRIGHT, 109 Yale L.J. 1669, 1708 (2000) 3216 RE-VIEWING HISTORY: THE USE OF THE PAST AS NEGATIVE PRECEDENT IN UNITED STATES V. VIRGINIA, 108 Yale L.J. 237, 269+ (1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3217 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND LEGISLATIVE PURPOSE Jed Rubenfeld, Affirmative Action, 107 Yale L.J. 427 (1997)., 107 Yale L.J. 2679, 2684 (1998) 3218 PRINCIPLED SILENCE Romer v. Evans, 116 S. Ct. 1620 (1996)., 106 Yale L.J. 247, 252+ (1996) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3219 DISAGGREGATING GENDER FROM SEX AND SEXUAL ORIENTATION: THE EFFEMINATE MAN IN THE LAW AND FEMINIST JURISPRUDENCE, 105 Yale L.J. 1, 105 (1995) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3220 STEREOTYPING AND DIFFERENCE: PLANNED PARENTHOOD v. CASEY AND THE FUTURE OF SEX DISCRIMINATION LAW, 104 Yale L.J. 1875, 1883+ (1995) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3221 THE NINETEENTH AMENDMENT AND WOMEN'S EQUALITY, 102 Yale L.J. 2175, 2204 (1993) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3222 FEMINISM'S RETURN TO LIBERALISM FEMINIST LEGAL THEORY: READINGS IN LAW AND GENDER. EDITED BY: KATHARINE T. BARTLETT & ROSANNE KENNEDY. (FNaa) BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS, 1991. PP. XII, 446. $59.25 (CLOTH), 2/3.95 (PAPER, 102 Yale L.J. 1265, 1286+ (1993) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3223 TRIBAL COURTS' FAILURE TO PROTECT NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN: A REEVALUATION OF THE INDIAN CIVIL RIGHTS ACT, 101 Yale L.J. 169, 185 (1991) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3224 REFLECTIONS ON SEX EQUALITY UNDER LAW, 100 Yale L.J. 1281, 1328+ (1991) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3225 CONVERGENCES: LAW, LITERATURE, AND FEMINISM, 99 Yale L.J. 1913, 1953 (1990) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3226 THE MISCEGENATION ANALOGY: SODOMY LAW AS SEX DISCRIMINATION, 98 Yale L.J. 145, 164 (1988) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3227 THE NATURAL-BORN CITIZEN CLAUSE AND PRESIDENTIAL ELIGIBILITY: AN APPROACH FOR RESOLVING TWO HUNDRED YEARS OF UNCERTAINTY, 97 Yale L.J. 881, 899 (1988) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3228 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW IN THE AGE OF BALANCING, 96 Yale L.J. 943, 1005 (1987) 3229 THE EMERGENCE OF FEMINIST JURISPRUDENCE: AN ESSAY, 95 Yale L.J. 1373, 1403+ (1986) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3230 BATTERED WOMEN AND THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE: WILL THE CONSTITUTION HELP THEM WHEN THE POLICE WON'T?, 95 Yale L.J. 788, 809 (1986) HN: 1 (S.Ct.)

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3231 WOMEN'S PRISONS: AN EQUAL PROTECTION EVALUATION, 94 Yale L.J. 1182, 1206 (1985) 3232 RACE AND THE DECISION TO DETAIN A SUSPECT, 93 Yale L.J. 214, 258 (1983) 3233 GIVING SUBSTANCE ITS DUE Constitutional Fate. By Philip Bobbitt. New York: Oxford University Press, 1982. Pp. xii, 285. $22.95. The Constitution, the Courts, and Human Rights. By Michael Perry. New Haven: Yale University, 93 Yale L.J. 171, 187 (1983) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3234 SEX EQUALITY, SEX DIFFERENCES, AND THE SUPREME COURT, 92 Yale L.J. 913, 968+ (1983) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3235 MAKING THE VIOLATION FIT THE REMEDY: THE INTENT STANDARD AND EQUAL PROTECTION LAW, 92 Yale L.J. 328, 351 (1982) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3236 A MADISONIAN INTERPRETATION OF THE EQUAL PROTECTION DOCTRINE, 91 Yale L.J. 1403, 1429 (1982) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3237 PROTECTING PRIVACY UNDER THE FOURTH AMENDMENT, 91 Yale L.J. 313, 343 (1981) 3238 QUASI-SUSPECT CLASSES AND PROOF OF DISCRIMINATORY INTENT: A NEW MODEL, 90 Yale L.J. 912, 931+ (1981) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3239 CHILLING JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE, 88 Yale L.J. 681, 716 (1979) 3240 MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS AND EQUAL PROTECTION, 84 Yale L.J. 1684, 1704+ (1975) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3241 FREEDOM OF TRAVEL AND EXCLUSIONARY LAND USE REGULATIONS, 84 Yale L.J. 1564, 1584 (1975) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3242 MENTAL ILLNESS: A SUSPECT CLASSIFICATION?, 83 Yale L.J. 1237, 1270+ (1974) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3243 COMMON LAW RULES AND CONSTITUTIONAL DOUBLE STANDARDS: SOME NOTES ON ADJUDICATION, 83 Yale L.J. 221, 311 (1973) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3244 THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT AND THE MILITARY, 82 Yale L.J. 1533, 1557+ (1973) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3245 THE SEXUAL SEGREGATION OF AMERICAN PRISONS, 82 Yale L.J. 1229, 1268+ (1973) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3246 THE LEGALITY OF HOMOSEXUAL MARRIAGE, 82 Yale L.J. 573, 589 (1973) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3247 THE LEGITIMACY OF CIVIL LAW REASONING IN THE COMMON LAW: JUSTICE HARLAN'S CONTRIBUTION, 82 Yale L.J. 258, 285 (1972) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3248 LEGISLATIVE PURPOSE, RATIONALITY, AND EQUAL PROTECTION, 82 Yale L.J. 123, 150+ (1972) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3249 94 BNA Daily Labor Report D-3, 2009 (2009) 3250 96 BNA Daily Labor Report E-1, 2007 (2007) 3251 102 BNA Daily Labor Report C-2, 2003 (2003) 3252 239 BNA Daily Labor Report E-5, 2002 (2002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3253 238 BNA Daily Labor Report D-6, 2001 (2001) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3254 133 BNA Daily Labor Report E-1, 2000 (2000) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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3255 1995 BNA Daily Labor Report 147 D45, DECISION OF THE U.S. SUPREME COURT IN ADARAND CONSTRUCTORS INC. V. PENA (1995) 3256 1995 BNA Daily Labor Report 113 D25, DECISION OF THE U.S. SUPREME COURT IN ADARAND CONSTRUCTORS INC. V. PENA (1995) 3257 1994 BNA Daily Labor Report 75 D33, DECISION OF SUPREME COURT IN J.E.B. V. ALABAMA (1994) 3258 30 BNA Daily Labor Report D-1, 1988, DECISION OF U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR SOUTHERN NEW YORK IN BURKA V. NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY (1988) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3259 224 BNA Daily Labor Report D-1, 1986, DECISION OF U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA IN UNITED AUTO WORKERS V. LYNG (TEXT) (1986) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3260 211 BNA Daily Report for Executives K-14, 1988, MARITAL DEDUCTION-STATE DOWER STATUTE HELD UNCONSTITUTIONAL AT TIME OF SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT: Arkansas dower statute was unconstitutional at the time decedent's surviving spouse reached settlement agreement with the estat (1988) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3261 211 BNA Daily Tax Report K-14, 1988, MARITAL DEDUCTION-STATE DOWER STATUTE HELD UNCONSTITUTIONAL AT TIME OF SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT: Arkansas dower statute was unconstitutional at the time decedent's surviving spouse reached settlement agreement with the estat (1988) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3262 9 BNA United States Law Week Supreme Court Today 93, 2009 (2009) 3263 9 BNA United States Law Week Supreme Court Today 11, 2009 (2009) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3264 6 BNA United States Law Week Supreme Court Today 202, 2006, CRIMINAL LAW: 06-433 Perez v. United States (2006) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) .... 6 BNA United States Law Week Supreme Court Today 83, 2006 (2006) (Text not available on WESTLAW) 3266 6 BNA United States Law Week Supreme Court Today 55, 2006 (2006) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3267 6/25/1999 BNA U.S. Law Week - Supreme Court Today D2 (1999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3268 4/6/87 BNA U.S. Law Week - Supreme Court Today (1987) 3269 LIBERTY, EQUALITY . . . MATERNITY!, 2 Class Action Reports 3+ (1973) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3270 DCSL MD. Inst. for Contin. Prof. Educ. of Lawyers 2-41, ALIMONY (2009) 3271 DCSL MD. Inst. for Contin. Prof. Educ. of Lawyers 41, ALIMONY (2003) 3272 32634 National Business Institute 174, SURROGACY (2007) 3273 24259 National Business Institute 133, LAND USE LAW (2005) 3274 24288 National Business Institute 51, CHILD CUSTODY (2005) 3275 RACE, SENTENCING, AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, 159 Practising Law Institute Litig. & Admin. Prac.: Crim. Law & Urban Problems 31 (1991) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3276 THE EMPLOYMENT LAW YEAR IN REVIEW, 547 Practising Law Institute Litigation and Administrative Practice: Litigation 9 (1996) 3277 CIVIL ISSUES RELATED TO DWI CASES: LOCATING AND PRESERVING NEGLIGENCE

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AND 'DRAM SHOP' LIABILITY COVERAGES, 488 Practising Law Institute Litigation and Administrative Practice: Litigation 177 (1993) 3278 Vicki Lynn MARSHALL, Petitioner, v. E. Pierce MARSHALL. No. 04-1544. Argued Feb. 28, 2006. Decided May 1, 2006., 05-10-06 West's Bankruptcy Newsletter 25 (2006) 3279 VMI AND SINGLE-SEX PUBLIC SCHOOLS: THE END OF AN ERA?, 114 Ed. Law Rep. 999, 1010 (1997) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3280 COMPENSATORY RELIEF UNDER TITLE IX OF THE EDUCATION AMENDMENTS OF 1972, 68 Ed. Law Rep. 557, 574 (1991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3281 NO BOYS ALLOWED ON THE VOLLEYBALL TEAM: CLARK v. ARIZONA INTERSCHOLASTIC ASSOCIATION, 60 Ed. Law Rep. 313, 319+ (1990) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3282 SCHOOL EMPLOYEES AND CONTINUOUS RESIDENCY POLICIES: IS COMPETENCE RELATED TO IMMOBILITY?, 41 Ed. Law Rep. 21, 30 (1988) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3283 SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT, 3 Ed. Law Rep. 227, 234 (1982) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3284 LEGAL ASPECTS OF HCFA'S DECISION TO ALLOW RECOVERY FROM CHILDREN FOR MEDICAID BENEFITS DELIVERED TO THEIR PARENTS THROUGH STATE FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY STATUTES: A CASE OF BAD RULE MAKING THROUGH FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH, 28 Soc.Sec.Rep.Serv. 728, 786+ (1990) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3285 OBSCURING THE STRUGGLE: SEX DISCRIMINATION, SOCIAL SECURITY, AND STONE, SEIDMAN, SUNSTEIN & TUSHNET'S CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 28 Soc.Sec.Rep.Serv. 630, 655+ (1990) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) Court Documents Appellate Court Documents (U.S.A.) Appellate Petitions, Motions and Filings 3286 Walker v. Cromartie, 2010 WL 3823802, *3823802+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Sep 27, 2010) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 10-429) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3287 Totes-Isotoner Corp. v. United States of America, 2010 WL 2354759, *2354759+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jun 08, 2010) Brief of Amici Curiae Columbia Sportswear Company, et al. in Support of Petition (NO. 09-1360) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3288 Totes-Isotoner Corp. v. U.S., 2010 WL 1861007, *1861007+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. May 06, 2010) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 09-1360) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3289 Ajiwoju v. University of Missouri, Kansas City, 2010 WL 1787376, *1787376 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Apr 30, 2010) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 09-1341) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3290 Magdalin v. Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, 2010 WL 1049386, *1049386+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 17, 2010) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 09-1136) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3291 Frequent Flyer Depot, Inc. v. American Airlines, Inc., 2009 WL 5216081, *5216081+ (Appellate

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Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Dec 30, 2009) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 09-815) 3292 Abner v. Probate Court of Mobile County, Alabama, 2009 WL 2491817, *2491817+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Aug 12, 2009) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 09-193) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3293 McRae v. Evans, 2009 WL 1155424, *1155424+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Apr 27, 2009) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 08-1333) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3294 Bowman v. United States of America, 2009 WL 770676, *770676+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 18, 2009) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 08-1184) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3295 D.V.K. v. Pennsylvania State Police, 2008 WL 5083098, *5083098+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Nov 26, 2008) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 08-708) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3296 Canas v. Al-Jabi, 2008 WL 515861, *515861+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Feb 22, 2008) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 07-1102) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3297 Ames Rental Property Ass'n v. City of Ames, Iowa, 2007 WL 4218442, *4218442+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Nov 27, 2007) Respondent's Brief in Opposition (NO. 07-559) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3298 Ames Rental Property Ass'n v. City of Ames, Iowa, 2007 WL 3168798, *3168798+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Oct 24, 2007) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 07-559) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3299 Plough v. Lavelle, 2007 WL 2212739, *2212739+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jul 23, 2007) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari with Appendix (NO. 07-109) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3300 White v. Crime Prevention Sec. Specialists, 2006 WL 2506662, *2506662+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Aug 24, 2006) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 06-281) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3301 Perez v. United States of America, 2006 WL 2785867, *2785867+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jul 13, 2006) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 06-433) 3302 Canas v. Al-Jabi, 2006 WL 1794507, *1794507+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jun 27, 2006) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 05-1671) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3303 Kane v. The Bd. of Appeals of Prince George's County, 2006 WL 869885, *869885+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 13, 2006) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 05-1264) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3304 Weinstock v. Committee on Admissions and Grievances of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, 2006 WL 558415, *558415+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 03, 2006) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 05-1123) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3305 Abrishamian v. Evans, 2005 WL 2477363, *2477363+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jul 13, 2005) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 05-447) " HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 3306 Finney v. Nugent, 2005 WL 1361873, *1361873+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jun 06, 2005) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 04-1653) HN: 2 (S.Ct.)

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3307 Tolbert v. The Estate of Anna Jane Key, 2005 WL 607354, *607354 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 11, 2005) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 04-1235) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3308 Osburn v. Atlanta Center for Dermatologic Diseases, 2005 WL 585206, *585206+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 09, 2005) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 04-1220) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3309 Ferguson v. Township of Hamburg, 2005 WL 299881, *299881+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jan 22, 2005) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 04-1063) " HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 3310 Jacobs v. Lawler, 2004 WL 2326790, *2326790+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Oct 11, 2004) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 04-498) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3311 In re Stevens v. Departmental Disciplinary Committee, 2004 WL 1347280, *1347280+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jun 08, 2004) Petition for Rehearing (NO. 02-1259) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3312 CIVIL LIBERTIES FOR URBAN BELIEVERS, Christ Center, Christian Covenant Outreach Church, his Word Ministries to all Nations, Christian Bible Church, Church on the ""Way"" Praise Center, and Monte De Sion (Mount Zion) Church, Petitioners, v. CITY OF CHICAGO, Respondent., 2004 WL 1060986, *1060986+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. May 07, 2004) Brief for Respondent in Opposition (NO. 03-1397) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3313 Margaret WILLIAMS, Petitioner, v. Devell R. YOUNG, M.D., P.C. and Devell R. Young, M.D., Respondents., 2004 WL 531022, *531022+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 10, 2004) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 03-1298) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3314 George S. ALLEN, Petitioner, v. HOWMEDICA LEIBINGER, INC., Howmedica, Inc. and Pfizer, Inc., Respondents., 2003 WL 22428195, *22428195+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. May 27, 2003) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 02-1765) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3315 Thomas A. MARTIN, Petitioner, v. KEYCORP, Key Bank National Association (f1k1a Key Bank of New York, N. A., Key Bank of Southeastern New York), Robert G. Qulia., 2003 WL 21698636, *21698636+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jan 30, 2003) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 02-1150) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3316 SOUTHERN CLAY PRODUCTS, INC., Petitioner, v. UNITED CATALYSTS, INC., Respondent., 2002 WL 32133762, *32133762+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Dec 03, 2002) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 02-848) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3317 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO, Petitioner, v. Theresa M. SILER-KHODR, et al., 2002 WL 32134090, *32134090+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Nov 15, 2002) Brief for the United States in Opposition (NO. 02-253) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3318 John Geddes LAWRENCE and Tyron Garner, Petitioners, v. STATE OF TEXAS, Respondent., 2002 WL 32101086, *32101086+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Aug 16, 2002) Motion for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae and Brief of Amicus Curiae, Pro Family Law Center, in Support of Denying Review (NO. 02-102) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3319 Angel SANTIAGO, Petitioner, v. K-SIX TELEVISION, INC., Devin Helmes, Amanda Salinas, Anahi Garcia, David Cortez, Juan Zamora, Alfonso Holguin, Juan Ramirez, and Paul Raymond

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Buitron, III., Respondents., 2002 WL 32135800, *32135800+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jun 13, 2002) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Supreme Court of the State of Texas (NO. 01-1818) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3320 LYON et al., Petitioners, v. AGUSTA S.P.A. et al., Respondents., 2001 WL 34134942, *34134942+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Nov 07, 2001) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 01-569) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3321 Kathy LYON; Aaron J. Lyon; and the Estate of David Lyon and Belinda Pollack; Hanna Marie Pollack; Renee Steven Pollack; and the Estate of Steven Pollack, Petitioners, v. AGUSTA S.P.A.; Agusta Aerospace Corporation; Sesto Calende Works of Agusta; and SIAI Marchetti Corporation, Respondents., 2001 WL 34115923, *34115923+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Oct 01, 2001) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 01-569) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3322 Dee Ellen Garrison BARDES, Petitioner, v. Samuel Pogue TODD III, Respondent., 2001 WL 34115491, *34115491+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Aug 31, 2001) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 01-398) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3323 Thomas F. PALMER, Petitioner, v. Susan M. BERTRAND, Respondent., 2001 WL 34116004, *34116004+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. May 31, 2001) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 01-180) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3324 Cherie SHIPP, Jerry Gates, Petitioners, v. Royce L. MCMAHON, Sheriff of Webster Parish, Louisiana; Webster Parish Deputy Sheriffs Steve Cropper and Betty Shipp, and Theodore Riser, Jr., Sheriff of Webster Parish, Louisiana, Respondents., 2001 WL 34124905, *34124905+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 05, 2001) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 00-1392) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3325 Melissa LEBLANC, Petitioner, v. MAX MIGUEZ AND ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, Respondents., 2001 WL 34116830, *34116830+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Feb 15, 2001) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 00-1315) HN: 1,2,5 (S.Ct.) 3326 GREENVILLE WOMEN'S CLINIC, et al., Petitioners, v. Douglas E. BRYANT, in his official capacity as Commissioner of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, et al., Respondents., 2001 WL 34117264, *34117264+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jan 23, 2001) Brief In Opposition For Respondents Attorney General Of The State Of South Carolina And The Commissioner Of The South Carolina Department Of Health And Environmental Control (NO. 00-798) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3327 Peter Alan KASLER, et al., Petitioners, v. Bill LOCKYER, California Attorney General, et al., Respondents., 2000 WL 34000609, *34000609+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Dec 14, 2000) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 00-981) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3328 Cheryl COHEN, on behalf of herself and others similarly situated, Petitioner, v. OFFICE DEPOT, INC., a Florida Corporation, Respondent., 2000 WL 33999358, *33999358+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Aug 14, 2000) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 00-246) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3329 Sharon P., Petitioner, v. ARMAN, LTD., et al., Respondents., 2000 WL 34013943, *34013943+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 15, 2000) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 99-1659) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3330 In the Matter of Charles Harold KAVALARIS on Discipline, Petitioner., 2000 WL 34014204, *34014204 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 13, 2000) Petition for Writ of

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Certiorari to the the Supreme Court of California (NO. 99-1513) 3331 ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY, et al., petitioners, v. Iris I. VARNER, et al., 2000 WL 34001044, *34001044+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. 2000) Brief for the United States in Opposition (NO. 00-1277) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3332 Sickelsmith v. Toolis, 1999 WL 33916148, *33916148+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Oct 26, 1999) Petition (NO. 89-1024) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3333 Kathleen CRANDALL, Petitioner, v. Lisa WAGNER, Respondent., 1999 WL 33640915, *33640915+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Oct 19, 1999) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 99-678) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3334 Raymond MOORE, Et Al., Petitioners, v. OWENS-CORNING, Et Al., Respondents., 1999 WL 33640185, *33640185+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Sep 29, 1999) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 99-559) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3335 Ray Alan BLAIR, Petitioner, v. STATE OF NEVADA, Department of Motor Vehicles and Public Safety, Respondent., 1999 WL 33641197, *33641197+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Apr 01, 1999) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 98-1679) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3336 Adele BUZZETTI d/b/a Cozy Cabin and Vanessa Doe, the first and last names being fictitious, Petitioners, v. THE CITY OF NEW YORK; the Department of City Planning; the Department of Buildings; the New York City Council; Rudolph W. Giuliani, Joseph Rose and Gaston Silva, in their official capacities, Respondents., 1998 WL 34112480, *34112480+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. May 26, 1998) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 97-1900) " HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3337 Ben GYADU, Plaintiff, v. WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION, Opinion Workers' Rehabilitation Commission, and John A. Mastropietro, Commissioner, Defendants., 1998 WL 34103272, *34103272 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Feb 17, 1998) Accompanying Rulings of Petition For A Writ Of Certiorari (NO. 97-1851) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3338 Paul E. MANOR and Lynette Manor, husband and wife, Petitioners, v. NESTLE FOOD COMPANY, Respondent., 1998 WL 34103502, *34103502+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jan 05, 1998) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 97-1403) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3339 Selisia C. ARLEAUX, Plaintiff, v. Stephan M. ARLEAUX, Defendant., 1997 WL 33548852, *33548852+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Dec 11, 1997) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 98-981) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3340 Edna T. THOMPSON, Petitioner, v. Crawford W. LONG, M.D., Respondent., 1997 WL 33557636, *33557636+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Dec 03, 1997) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 97-921) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3341 Angelina Anita CARRERAS, Petitioner, v. The State of Texas, Respondent., 1997 WL 33549900, *33549900+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Aug 25, 1997) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 97-342) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 3342 Christi HAAS, as parent and natural guardian of Scott M. Glenn, II, Petitioner, v. Shirley S. CHATER, Commissioner of Social Security, Respondent., 1997 WL 33557011, *33557011+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jan 27, 1997) Reply for Petitioner (NO. 96-602) 3343 Stephen JOHNSON, Petitioner, v. Marylou ZSCHACH, Respondent., 1996 WL 33422291,

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*33422291+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Oct 01, 1996) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 96-526) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3344 Morton BARRY, Petitioner, v. BURDINES AND THE TRAVELERS, Respondent., 1996 WL 33438404, *33438404+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Sep 11, 1996) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 96-380) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3345 Cesar D. JARABE, Sr., individually and for the benefit of the Estate of Tomasa Isma Jarabe, his deceased wife, Petitioner, v. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OF ILLINOIS and AMERICAN AIRLINES, INC., Respondents., 1996 WL 33422438, *33422438+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Aug 14, 1996) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 96-253) 3346 Miriam SOFFER, Petitioner, v. THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, et al., Respondents., 1996 WL 33421895, *33421895 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jul 31, 1996) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 96-879) " HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 3347 H.W. TSENG, Petitioner, v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, Respondent., 1996 WL 33438931, *33438931+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jun 11, 1996) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 95-1998) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3348 RYE PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL CENTER, INC., Petitioner, v. Richard C. SURLES, Ph.D., Commissioner of the Office of Mental Health of the State of New York and Michael J. Dowling, Commissioner of the Department of Social Services of the State of New York, Respondents., 1996 WL 33439017, *33439017+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 08, 1996) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 95-1427) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3349 Elfida CHAVEZ, Petitioner, v. THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF EL PASO, Respondent., 1996 WL 33467512, *33467512+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Feb 20, 1996) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 95-1344) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3350 Daniel C. MILLER, Petitioner, v. Donald L. DEMUTH, Respondent., 1996 WL 33467257, *33467257+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jan 05, 1996) Respondent's Brief in Opposition (NO. 95-895) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3351 Alice Sue BROWN, Petitioner, v. CAMPBELL COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, Larry Brinton, Jr., Director of the Division of Workers' Compensation, Tennessee Department of Labor, Second Injury Fund, State of Tennessee, and Charles Burson, Attorney General for the State of Tennessee, Respondents., 1996 WL 33439513, *33439513+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. 1996) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 95-1586) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3352 Martha Sabol WRIGHT and John C. Wright, Jr., Petitioners, v. METROHEALTH MEDICAL CENTER, Petroleum Helicopters, Inc., et al., Respondents., 1995 WL 17036062, *17036062+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Nov 30, 1995) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 95-848) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3353 Arlene KURTZ, Petitioner, v. CITY OF NORTH MIAMI, Florida, Respondent., 1995 WL 17035660, *17035660+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Oct 03, 1995) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 95-545) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3354 James E. JONES, Jr., et al., Petitioners, v. Shannon Richey FAULKNER, Respondent, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Respondents., 1995 WL 17047693, *17047693+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Sep 11, 1995) Respondent's Brief in Opposition (NO. 95-258) HN: 1 (S.Ct.)

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3355 Barbara P. JOHNS, Petitioner, v. WARE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, and GAB BUSINESS SERVICES, INC., Respondents., 1995 WL 17035425, *17035425+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Aug 07, 1995) Reply Brief in Opposition to Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 95-52) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3356 Berman J. WATTS., Petitioner, v. Michael P. W. STONE., Secretary of the Army; Department of the Army, Headquarters United States army Aviation Center and Ft. Rucker, Respondent., 1995 WL 17036088, *17036088+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jul 28, 1995) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 95-165) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3357 Shannon Richey FAULKNER, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Petitioner, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Respondent, v. James E. JONES, Jr., et al., Respondents., 1995 WL 17035778, *17035778+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jul 10, 1995) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 95-31) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3358 Barbara JOHNS, Petitioner, v. WARE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS and GAB BUSINESS SERVICES, INC., Respondents., 1995 WL 17035652, *17035652+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. May 31, 1995) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 95-52) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3359 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Petitioner, v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, et al., 1995 WL 17013870, *17013870+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. May 26, 1995) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (NO. 94-1941) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3360 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN, Petitioners, v. Timothy Lee HENSICK, Respondent., 1995 WL 17047608, *17047608 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Apr 26, 1995) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 94-1766) 3361 Joseph R. MATTIOLI, Rose Mattioli and the Pocono International Raceway, Inc., Petitioners, v. TUNKHANNOCK TOWNSHIP, Tunkhannock Township Residents Committee, Charlotte Davenport, James G. Davenport and James R. Davenport and the Cortright Road Residents, Respondents., 1995 WL 17047925, *17047925+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Feb 15, 1995) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari of Joseph R. Mattioli, Rose Mattioli and the Pocono International Raceway, Inc. (NO. 94-1379) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3362 Arlene KURTZ, Petitioner, v. CITY OF NORTH MIAMI, Florida, Respondent., 1995 WL 17035636, *17035636+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. 1995) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 95-545) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3363 Paul MELKONIAN, Petitioner, v. Jacqueline Carle MELKONIAN, Respondent., 1994 WL 16101739, *16101739+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jun 15, 1994) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 932010) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3364 Gary STRATEMEYER, Petitioner, v. LINCOLN COUNTY and Maco Workers' Compensation Trust, Respondent., 1993 WL 13075068, *13075068+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Oct 12, 1993) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 93-563) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3365 John O. GUILLORY, Petitioner, v. THE PORT OF HOUSTON AUTHORITY, Respondent., 1993 WL 13075896, *13075896+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. May 01, 1993) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 92-1904) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3366 Frank LONGO, Petitioner, v. UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE, Alden Victoria, in his official capacity as Postmaster of the Torrington Post Office, Respondents., 1993 WL 13076700,

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*13076700+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 29, 1993) Petition (NO. 92-1610) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3367 Lee WOODARD, et al., Petitioners, v. Ralph SEGHETTI, et al., Respondents., 1993 WL 13075803, *13075803+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 15, 1993) Petition (NO. 92-1508) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3368 Nicole ADAMS, a Minor Child, By and Through Her Next Friend, Betty Ridgell, and Betty Ridgell, as Representative of the Estate of Julia Alice Adams, Petitioners, v. THE CHILDREN'S MERCY HOSPITAL, Suzanna Roushar, R.N., Cynthia Dooley, R.N., and Jane Jelinek-Boozalis, M.D., Respondents., 1992 WL 12073964, *12073964+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Sep 25, 1992) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 92-533) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 3369 In the Matter of the Estate of John R. WEBSTER, Deceased; George W. WILLIAMS, Executor, Petitioner, v. Edith L. HARDY, and Cook County, Illinois, Respondents., 1991 WL 11177404, *11177404+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Dec 27, 1991) Petition (NO. 91-1077) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3370 Deborah S. BLUE And Ronald M. Blue, Petitioners, v. GENESEE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, INC., Respondent., 1991 WL 11177233, *11177233+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jul 12, 1991) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 91-79) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3371 Regina BROWN, Administratrix and Administratrix Ad Prosequendum of the Estate of Debbie Evans, Petitioner, v. Detective Felix GRABOWSKI, individually and as a police officer of the Roselle Police Department, New Jersey; Patrolman William Schwartz, individually and as a police officer of the Roselle Police Department, New Jersey; Chief Vincent F. Trolan, individually and as Chief of the Roselle Police Department, New Jersey; Roselle Police, 1991 WL 11178148, *11178148+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. May 23, 1991) Brief in Opposition to Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 90-1680) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3372 MARTIN COUNTY, a political subdivision of the State of Florida, Petitioner, v. EXECUTIVE 100, INC. a Florida corporation, Kings Ridge 239, Inc. a Florida corporation, Respondents., 1991 WL 11179049, *11179049+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. May 06, 1991) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 90-1707) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3373 Yler C. DIXON, Petitioner, v. Richard N. HUBERT and Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Johnson and Williams, Respondents., 1991 WL 11176669, *11176669+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. May 01, 1991) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 90-1669) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3374 Regina BROWN, Administratrix and Administratrix Ad Prosequendum of the Estate of Debbie Evans, Petitioner, v. Detective Felix GRABOWSKI, individually and as a police officer of the Roselle Police Department, New Jersey; Patrolman William Sschwartz individually and as a police officer of the Roselle Police Department, New Jersey; Chief Vincent F. Trolan, individually and as Chief of the Roselle Police Department, New Jersey; Roselle Police, 1991 WL 11179000, *11179000+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Apr 29, 1991) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 90-1680) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3375 Susan J. FASSE and Elizabeth Fasse, Petitioners. v. Patricia HODGSON, Respondent., 1991 WL 11176344, *11176344+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 20, 1991) Reply Rule 15.6 (NO. 90-1253) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3376 Joseph A. MAYERCHECK, Petitioner, v. Ellen WOODS, Respondent., 1990 WL 10059083,

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*10059083+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Dec 03, 1990) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 90-869) 3377 Johnson v. U.S., 1989 WL 1174604, *1174604+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 06, 1989) Petition (NO. 88-1499) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3378 Billhimer v. Maryland Administrative Bd. of Election L, 1989 WL 1174464, *1174464+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 01, 1989) Petition (NO. 88-1443) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3379 Haynes v. The Seattle School Dist., 1988 WL 1093702, *1093702+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Dec 12, 1988) Petition (NO. 88-1005) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3380 Lewis v. Lewis, 1988 WL 1094033, *1094033+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Oct 21, 1988) Petition (NO. 88-683) 3381 DUDOSH v. WARG, 1988 WL 1093850, *1093850+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Sep 12, 1988) Petition (NO. 88-450) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3382 Conn v. Conn, 1988 WL 1093818, *1093818+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Aug 23, 1988) Petition (NO. 88-347) 3383 Bloome v. Superior Court of the State of California, 1986 WL 767277, *767277+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Aug 07, 1986) Petition (NO. 86-207) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3384 Kreeger Farms Home Dairy, Inc. v. Block, 1986 WL 766971, *766971+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jul 18, 1986) Petition (NO. 86-66) 3385 Weil v. McClough, 1986 WL 766960, *766960+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jul 15, 1986) Petition (NO. 86-46) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3386 F.D. v. Associated Catholic Charities of New Orleans,, 1986 WL 766481, *766481+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. May 07, 1986) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 85-1844) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3387 Volkswagen of America v. Rossell, 1986 WL 766421, *766421+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 17, 1986) Petition (NO. 85-1518) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3388 Jerome Lightman and Lightman Drum Co., Inc. v. Com. of, 1986 WL 767204, *767204+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Feb 05, 1986) Petition (NO. 85-1322) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3389 P.B.C. v. D.H., 1986 WL 767166, *767166+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jan 08, 1986) Petition (NO. 85-1183) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3390 Mfrs. Hanover Trust Co. v. U.S., 1986 WL 767153, *767153+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Jan 03, 1986) Petition (NO. 85-1142) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3391 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie R.R. Co. v. Humphries, 1985 WL 695245, *695245+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. Mar 28, 1985) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 84-1543) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3392 SOUTHERN CLAY PRODUCTS, INC., Petitioner, v. UNITED CATALYSTS, INC., Respondent., 1900 WL 34755, *34755 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (U.S. 1900) Petition for Writ of Certiorari HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3393 Hu Chuan NING, Petitioner, v. Alberto GONZALES, Attorney General of the United States, Respondent., 2007 WL 5994563, *5994563+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (2nd Cir. May

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3394 Mohamed RAJAH, Petitioner, v. Alberto R. GONZALES, as Attorney General of the United States; Michael Chertoff, as Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; and Martin Ficke, as Special Agent-in-Charge of the New York District of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Respondents., 2007 WL 6449012, *6449012+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (2nd Cir. Apr 04, 2007) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 06-3493-AG) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3395 Samer Emile El ZAHR, Petitioner, v. Alberto R. GONZALES, as Attorney General of the United States; Michael Chertoff, as Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; and Martin Ficke, as Special Agent-in-Charge of the New York District of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Respondents., 2007 WL 6449033, *6449033+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (2nd Cir. Mar 23, 2007) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 06-5390-AG) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3396 Saade BENJELLOUN, Petitioner, v. Alberto R. GONZALES, as Attorney General of the United States; Michael Chertoff, as Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; and Martin Ficke, as Special Agent-Incharge of the New York District of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Respondents., 2007 WL 6496999, *6496999+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (2nd Cir. Feb 12, 2007) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 06-4102-AG) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3397 Said NAJIH, Petitioner, v. Alberto R. GONZALES, Respondent., 2007 WL 6370445, *6370445+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (2nd Cir. Jan 09, 2007) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 06-3811-AG) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3398 Robert PILCHMAN, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, Defendant-Appellee., 2002 WL 32750828, *32750828 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (2nd Cir. Aug 14, 2002) Petition for Rehearing En Banc (NO. 01-6209) 3399 ATLANTIC PRODUCE COMPANY, INC., Petitioner, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, et al., Respondents., 1977 WL 203070, *203070+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (4th Cir. Apr 08, 1977) Brief for the Respondents, United States of Amrica, et al. (NO. 76-2344) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3400 HALTER MARINE; ZURICH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO. Petitioners, v. Everett NECAISE; Director, Office of Worker's Compensation Programs, US Department of Labor, Respondents., 2006 WL 5062980, *5062980+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (5th Cir. Oct 24, 2006) Brief On Behalf of Appellant Halter Marine and Zurich American Insurance Company (NO. 06-60602) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3401 Binyam GEREMEW, Petitioner, v. Alberto GONZALES, Attorney General of the United States, Respondent., 2007 WL 2801148, *2801148+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (9th Cir. Aug 07, 2007) Petitioner's Opening Brief (NO. 06-75322, 0672842) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3402 Julio Javier BALAM Herrera and Rocio Balam, Petitioners, v. Alberto GONZALES, Attorney General of the United States of America, Respondent., 2005 WL 5773852, *5773852 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (9th Cir. Jun 27, 2005) Petitioners' Opening Brief (NO. 04-72718, 04-75030) 3403 Angel Gutierrez ESCOBAR A 74 791 910/911, Petitioner, v. Alberto GONZALES, Attorney General, Respondent., 2005 WL 1772833, *1772833+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (9th Cir. Apr 04, 2005) Petitioner's Opening Brief (NO. 04-71102) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3404 Loren KROPAT, Petitioner, v. FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION; Department of Transportation, Respondents., 1998 WL 35240190, *35240190+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and

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3405 Loren KROPAT, Petitioner, v. FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION; Department of Transportation, Respondents., 1998 WL 35240193, *35240193+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (D.C.Cir. Sep 28, 1998) Brief for Petitioner Loren Kropat (NO. 98-1186) " HN: 3,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3406 Ex Parte: David Lee PUTNAM. David Lee Putnam, Petitioner/Appellant, v. State of Alabama, Respondent/Appellee., 2010 WL 3592992, *3592992 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Ala.Crim.App. Aug 02, 2010) Petitioners' Application for Writ of Certiorari to the Court of Criminal Appeals (NO. CR-09-0707) 3407 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Stanley Edward MADSEN, Defendant and Appellant., 2009 WL 2761262, *2761262+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Aug 03, 2009) Petition for Review (NO. S175162) 3408 THE PEOPLE, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Jermaine MIDDLETON, Defendant and Appellant., 2009 WL 2761260, *2761260+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Jul 31, 2009) Petition for Review After the Unpublished Decision of the Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District, Division Three, Affirming the Judgment of Conviction (NO. S175154) 3409 Phill J. WILLIAMS, Petitioner, v. STATE OF CALIFORNIA SUPERIOR COURT COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES Church's Chicken a Georgia Corporation Operated By Cajun Operating Company Cajun Funding Corporation and Owned the First Islamic Bank of Bahrain. Afc Enterprises, Inc. A Georgia Corporation Doing Business in the State of California As Franchisee, Inc. Employers Insurance of Wausau, a Mutual Company a Wisconsin Corporation Wausau Insurance Companies a Wisconsin Corporation, 2008 WL 5586385, *5586385+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Dec 02, 2008) Petition for Review (NO. S168663) 3410 Joseph CHO, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. Chin U. CHONG, et al., Defendants/Respondents; Joseph Cho, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. Joy Ahn, et al., Defendants/Respondents., 2005 WL 2173232, *2173232+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. May 03, 2005) Petition for Review (NO. S133571) 3411 In the Matter of Richard STEVENS, a Member of the State Bar, Petitioner., 2005 WL 1181156, *1181156+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Mar 02, 2005) Petitioner's Brief in Support of Petition for Wait of Review ÝCal. Rules of Court ï 952(a)¨ (NO. S130491) 3412 D'ORSAY INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS, Petitioner, v. SUPERIOR COURT FOR LOS ANGELES COUNTY, Respondent, Jeffrey C. Stone, Inc. dba Summit Builders, Real Party In Interest., 2005 WL 3991434, *3991434+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Jan 03, 2005) Real Party in Interest's Reply to Answer to Petition for Review; Memorandum of Points and Authorities (NO. S129866) 3413 Christine J. JIMENEZ-ALDAMA; Socorro Jimenez, Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. TAU KAPPA EPSILON FRATERNITY, INC. and Tau Kappa Epsilon-Gamma Lambda-Sdsu;, Defendants and Respondents., 2004 WL 3092632, *3092632+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Oct 01, 2004) Answer to Petition for Review (NO. S127829) 3414 The PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Allen KENNEDY, Defendant and Appellant., 2004 WL 2831418, *2831418+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Sep 20, 2004) Petition For Review (NO. S127910)

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3415 In re Allen KENNEDY, Petitioner., 2004 WL 2831420, *2831420+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Sep 20, 2004) Petition for Review (NO. S127913) 3416 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Marin G. MARTINEZ, Defendant and Appellant., 2003 WL 23017386, *23017386+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Sep 15, 2003) Petition for Review (NO. S119026) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3417 H. Sterling FENN and Jan Fenn, Petitioner and Appellant, v. Robert SHERRIFF, Respondent., 2003 WL 23020852, *23020852+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Jul 29, 2003) Petition for Review (NO. S117900) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3418 David LATIN, Petitioner, v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN JOAQUIN, Respondent, The People of the State of California, Real Party in Interest., 2002 WL 32346208, *32346208+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Jan 11, 2002) Petition for Review and Request for Stay After Decision by Court of Appeal Third Appellate District (NO. S103544) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3419 Michael Eugene WILLIAMS, Petitioner, v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, Respondent, The People, Real Party in Interest., 2001 WL 34375392, *34375392+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Nov 02, 2001) Petition for Review (NO. S101908) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3420 David LATIN, Petitioner, v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, Respondent, The People, Real Party in Interest., 2001 WL 34375108, *34375108+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Oct 15, 2001) Petition for Review (NO. S101443) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3421 THE PEOPLE, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Michael Arthur CAMPERO, Defendant and Appellant., 2001 WL 34373670, *34373670+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Aug 16, 2001) Petition for Review (NO. S100064) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3422 Anthony Pete YNOSTROSA, Petitioner, v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN JOAQUIN, Respondent, The People of the State of California, Real Party in Interest., 2001 WL 34374873, *34374873+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Aug 09, 2001) Petition for Review (NO. S099784) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3423 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Michael Reed DORROUGH, Defendant and Appellant., 2001 WL 34376688, *34376688+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Apr 26, 2001) Petition for Review (NO. S097103) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3424 The People of the State of California, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Terrell BOLTON, Defendant and Appellant., 2000 WL 34232635, *34232635+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Jan 31, 2000) Petition for Review (NO. S085583) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3425 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. Andrew AUSTIN, Defendant and Respondent., 2000 WL 34232493, *34232493+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Jan 07, 2000) Petition for Review (NO. S084947) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3426 In the Matter of Charles H. KAVALARIS., 1999 WL 33747809, *33747809+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Oct 12, 1999) Verified Petition for Writ of Review (NO. S081332) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 3427 In re the Guardianship of Z.C.W. and K.G.W. Kathleen CRANDALL., Appellant and Petitioner, v. Lisa WAGNER., Respondent., 1999 WL 33746469, *33746469+ (Appellate Petition, Motion

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and Filing) (Cal. Jun 02, 1999) Appellants Petition for Review (NO. S079355) 3428 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff/Respondent, v. Kent Lawrence MARTINEZ, Defendant/Petitioner., 1998 WL 34284548, *34284548 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Aug 19, 1998) Petition for Review (NO. S072658) 3429 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Wesley E. SCOTT, Defendant and Petitioner., 1998 WL 34284150, *34284150 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Jul 16, 1998) Petition for Review (NO. S071899) 3430 In the Matter of STATE BAR INVESTIGATION., 1998 WL 34283249, *34283249 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Mar 30, 1998) Verified Petition for Writ of Review (NO. S069120) 3431 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Tommy Wayne DENNY, Defendant and Appellant., 1997 WL 33818543, *33818543+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Mar 13, 1997) Petition for Review (NO. S059795) 3432 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Richard Alan PYLE, Defendant, Appellant, and Petitioner., 1996 WL 33483271, *33483271+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Nov 27, 1996) Petition for Review (NO. S057531) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3433 Marco A. PONCE-BRAN, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. TRUSTEES OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES; Pete Wilson, as Governor of the State of California and as President of the Trustees of the California State Universities and Colleges; Barry Munitz, Chancellor of the California State University; Jacob M. Samit; California State University, Sacramento; Donald R. Gerth, President of the California State University, Sacramento; Agents for, 1996 WL 33482901, *33482901+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Cal. Oct 03, 1996) Petition for Review (NO. S056535) 3434 In the Interest of A.C., IV, A Child, Petitioner, v. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO, Respondents., 1999 WL 33748369, *33748369+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Colo. Jul 16, 1999) Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 99SC472) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3435 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, Plaintiff-Respondent, v. Alan W. BREEDLOVE, Petitioner-Appellant., 2004 WL 3259507, *3259507+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Ill. Jan 07, 2004) Brief and Argument for Petitioner-Appellant (NO. 96839) 3436 Dennis T. CARON, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Gina R. MANFRESCA (CARON), Defendant-Appellee., 1999 WL 33839706, *33839706 (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Ohio Jan 14, 1999) Memorandum in Support of Jurisdiction of Appellant Dennis T. Caron (NO. 99-0090) 3437 State of Ohio, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Gary MEEK, Defendant-Appellant,, 1997 WL 33759846, *33759846+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Ohio Aug 29, 1997) Memorandum in Support of Jurisdiction of Appellant Gary Meek (NO. 97-1835) 3438 Ann D. WALRATH, Petitioner, v. VICTORIA GARDENS OF FRISCO, Respondent., 2008 WL 4887044, *4887044+ (Appellate Petition, Motion and Filing) (Tex. Oct 13, 2008) Ann D. Walrath's Petition for Review (NO. 08-0698) Appellate Briefs 3439 Flores-Villar v. United States of America, 2010 WL 2602009, *2602009+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S.

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Jun 25, 2010) Brief Amici Curiae of Professors of History, Political Science, and Law in Support of Petitioner (NO. 09-5801) 3440 Flores-Villar v. United States of America, 2010 WL 2662745, *2662745+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 25, 2010) Brief Amici Curiae of the American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties in Support of Petitioner (NO. 09-5801) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3441 Berghuis v. Smith, 2009 WL 4307581, *4307581+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 24, 2009) Brief Amicus Curiae of the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation in Support of Petitioner (NO. 08-1402) HN: 1,2 (S.Ct.) 3442 Fitzgerald v. Barnstable School Committee, 2008 WL 4698781, *4698781+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 22, 2008) Brief for Respondents Barnstable School Committee and Dr. Russell Dever (NO. 07-1125) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3443 Fitzgerald v. Barnstable School Committee, 2008 WL 4054831, *4054831+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 29, 2008) Brief of the National Association of Women Lawyers as Amicus Curiae in Support of Petitioners (NO. 07-1125) 3444 Fitzgerald v. Barnstable School Committee, 2008 WL 4063961, *4063961+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 29, 2008) Brief Amici Curiae of the American Civil Liberties Union and the National Women's Law Center, et al. in Support of Petitioners (NO. 07-1125) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3445 Fitzgerald v. Barnstable School Committee, 2008 WL 4063962, *4063962+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 29, 2008) Brief Amicus Curiae of The American Bar Association in Support of Petitioners (NO. 07-1125) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3446 Fitzgerald v. Barnstable School Committee, 2008 WL 3911136, *3911136+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 22, 2008) Brief for Petitioners (NO. 07-1125) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3447 District of Columbia v. Heller, 2008 WL 405566, *405566+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 11, 2008) Amicus Curiae Brief of the Goldwater Institute in Support of Respondent (NO. 07-290) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3448 Gonzales v. Carhart, 2006 WL 2736636, *2736636 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 20, 2006) Motion for Leave to File Out of Time in Case No. 05-380 Brief Amici Curiae and Brief Amici Curiae for the National Women's Law Center and 31 Other Organizations Committed to the Safest Health Care ... (NO. 05-1382, 05-280) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3449 Jackson v. Perry, 2006 WL 62062, *62062 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 10, 2006) Brief for Appellants (NO. 05-276) 3450 United States of America v. State of Georgia, 2005 WL 2841655, *2841655+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 27, 2005) Reply Brief for the Petitioner in No. 04-1203 (NO. 04-1203, 04-1236) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3451 Jackson v. Perry, 2005 WL 2104582, *2104582+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 31, 2005) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 05-276) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3452 Johnson v. State of California, 2004 WL 1790882, *1790882+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 06, 2004) Brief of the National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers, Inc. as Amicus Curiae in Support of Respondents (NO. 03-636) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3453 ELK GROVE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT and David W. GORDON, Superintendent, Petitioners, v. Michael A. NEWDOW, et al., 2004 WL 298111, *298111+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S.

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Feb 10, 2004) Brief of Amici Curiae Seattle Atheists, Secular Coalition for America, Atheist Community of Austin, and Institute for Humanist Studies, in Support of Respondent (NO. 02-1624) " HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 3454 STATE OF TENNESSEE, Petitioner, v. George LANE, Beverly JONES, and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Respondents., 2003 WL 23189938, *23189938+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 12, 2003) Motion for Leave to File Amicus Curiae Brief and Brief Amicus Curiae of Richard Stevens in Support of Respondents (NO. 02-1667) 3455 Lawrence v. Texas, 2003 WL 470115, *470115+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 18, 2003) Brief of Amici Curiae, Pro Family Law Center, Traditional Values Coalition, Traditional Values Education & Legal Institute & James Hartline, in Support of Respondents (NO. 02-102) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3456 Grutter v. Bollinger, 2003 WL 359269, *359269+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 11, 2003) Brief of Amicus Curiae the School of Law of the University of North Carolina Supporting Respondents (NO. 02-241) 3457 Lawrence v. Garner, 2003 WL 152348, *152348+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 16, 2003) Brief of the National Lesbian and Gay Law Association, The Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, Action Wisconsin, The Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom, The Bay Area Transgender ... (NO. 02-102) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3458 Lawrence v. Texas, 2003 WL 152351, *152351+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 16, 2003) Brief of Amici Curiae Republican Unity Coalition and the Honorable Alan K. Simpson in Support of Petitioners (NO. 02-102) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3459 Lawrence v. Texas, 2003 WL 136139, *136139+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 15, 2003) BRIEF OF AMICI CURIAE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW PROFESSORS BRUCE A. ACKERMAN, JACK M. BALKIN, DERRICK A. BELL, JR., PAUL BREST, EVAN CAMINKER, ERWIN CHEMERINSKY, DAVID D. COLE, DAVID B. CRUZ, THOMAS C. ... (NO. 02-102) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3460 Department of Human Resources v. Hibbs, 2002 WL 31444460, *31444460+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 25, 2002) BRIEF OF THE NATIONAL WOMEN'S LAW CENTER ET AL. AS AMICI CURIAE IN SUPPORT OF RESPONDENTS (NO. 01-1368) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3461 Nevada Dept. of Human Resources v. Hibbs, 2002 WL 31455490, *31455490+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 25, 2002) BRIEF FOR THE UNITED STATES (NO. 01-1368) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3462 Nevada Dept. of Human Resources v. Hibbs, 2002 WL 2008196, *2008196 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 23, 2002) Brief Amicus Curiae of Coalition for Local Sovereignty in support of Petitioners (NO. 01-1368) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3463 U.S. v. Florida Bd. of Regents, 1999 WL 513848, *513848+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 14, 1999) BRIEF FOR THE UNITED STATES (NO. 98-791, 98-796) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3464 Miller v. Albright, 1997 WL 583469, *583469+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 19, 1997) REPLY BRIEF OF PETITIONER (NO. 96-1060) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3465 Miller v. Albright, 1997 WL 327565, *327565+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 12, 1997) BRIEF OF AMICI CURIAE THE AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION AND NOW LEGAL DEFENSE AND EDUCATION FUND IN SUPPORT OF PETITIONERS (NO. 96-1060) HN: 1 (S.Ct.)

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3466 Vacco v. Quill, 1996 WL 708912, *708912+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 10, 1996) BRIEF FOR RESPONDENTS (NO. 95-1858) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3467 U.S. v. Lanier, 1996 WL 473552, *473552+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 16, 1996) MOTION FOR LEAVE TO FILE BRIEF AMICUS CURIAE, AND BRIEF OF VIVIAN FORSYTHEARCHIE AND THE NATIONAL COALITION AGAINST SEXUAL ASSAULT AS AMICUS CURIAE IN SUPPORT OF PETITIONER (NO. 95-1717) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3468 Board of County Com'rs of Bryan County, Okla. v. Brown, 1996 WL 413766, *413766+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 24, 1996) BRIEF OF NOW LEGAL DEFENSE AND EDUCATION FUND, CALIFORNIA WOMEN LAWYERS, CONNECTICUT WOMEN'S EDUCATION AND LEGAL FUND, INC., EQUAL RIGHTS ADVOCATES, NATIONAL COALITION OF 100 BLACK WOMEN, INC., ... (NO. 95-1100) 3469 U.S. v. Commonwealth of VA, 1995 WL 745002, *745002+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 15, 1995) AMICUS BRIEF OF LAWYERS' COMMITTEE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS UNDER LAW IN SUPPORT OF CROSS-RESPONDENT UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (NO. 94-2107) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 3470 U.S. v. Commonwealth of Virginia, 1995 WL 702833, *702833+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 16, 1995) BRIEF AMICI CURIAE IN SUPPORT OF PETITIONER BY THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS; THE CENTER FOR WOMEN POLICY STUDIES; THE PROGRAM ON GENDER, SCIENCE AND LAW; STANLEY ARONOWITZ, ... (NO. 94-1941) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3471 U.S. v. Commonwealth of Va., 1995 WL 702836, *702836+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 16, 1995) BRIEF OF THE EMPLOYMENT LAW CENTER, A PROJECT OF THE LEGAL AID SOCIEY OF SAN FRANCISCO, EQUAL RIGHTS ADVOCATES, INC., CHINESE FOR AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, NATIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND LAW CENTER, ... (NO. 94-1941, 94-2107) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3472 U.S. v. Commonwealth of Virginia, 1995 WL 703385, *703385+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 16, 1995) AMICUS BRIEF OF NANCY MELLETTE IN SUPPORT OF PETITIONER UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (NO. 94-1941, 94-2107) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3473 U.S. v. Commonwealth of Virginia, 1995 WL 703389, *703389+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 16, 1995) BRIEF OF THE STATES OF MARYLAND, HAWAII, MASSACHUSETTS, NEVADA, AND OREGON, AND THE COMMONWEALTH OF THE NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS AS AMICI CURIAE IN SUPPORT OF PETITIONER (NO. 94-1941) " HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3474 U.S. v. Commonwealth of Virginia, 1995 WL 703403, *703403+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 16, 1995) BRIEF FOR THE PETITIONER (NO. 94-1941) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3475 Church of Lukumi Babalu Aye, Inc. v. City of Hialeah, Florida, 1992 WL 12008583, *12008583+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 31, 1992) Brief Amicus Curiae of International Society for Animal Rights, Citizens for Animals, Farm Animal Reform Movement, in Defense of Animals, Performing Animal Welfare Society, and Student Action Corps ... (NO. 91-948) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3476 PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA, et al., Petitioners/ Cross-Respondents, v. Robert P. CASEY, et al., Respondents/Cross-Petitioners., 1992 WL 12006426, *12006426+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 06, 1992) Brief Amicus Curiae of Life Is-

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3477 Bray v. Alexandria Women's Health Clinic, 1991 WL 534030, *534030+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 13, 1991) BRIEF FOR RESPONDENTS (NO. 90-985) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3478 Richard L. CHAPMAN, John M. Schoenecker, and Patrick Brumm, Petitioners, v. United States, Respondent., 1991 WL 11007775, *11007775+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 31, 1991) Brief of Petitioners (NO. 90-5744) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3479 Chapman v. U.S., 1991 WL 521240, *521240+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 31, 1991) BRIEF OF PETITIONERS (NO. 90-5744) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3480 Richard L. CHAPMAN, John M. Schoenecker, and Patrick Brumm, Petitioners, v. United States of America, Respondent., 1991 WL 11007773, *11007773+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 24, 1991) Brief of the Drug Policy Foundation and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers as Amici Curiae Suggesting Reversal (NO. 90-5744) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3481 METRO BROADCASTING, INC., Petitioner, v. FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION, et al., Respondents., 1990 WL 10012803, *10012803+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 06, 1990) Brief Amicus Curiae of Giles Television, Inc. in Support of Respondents (NO. 89-453) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3482 Metro Broadcasting, Inc. v. F.C.C., 1990 WL 513122, *513122+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 09, 1990) BRIEF FOR PETITIONER METRO BRoADCASTING, INC. (NO. 89-453) 3483 METRO BROADCASTING, INC., Petitioner, v. FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION, et al., Respondents., 1989 WL 1126989, *1126989+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1989) Brief for Petitioner Metro Broadcasting, Inc. (NO. 89-453) 3484 Jane HODGSON, et al., Petitioners, v. The State of Minnesota, et al., Respondents. State of Minnesota, et al., Cross Petitioners, v. Jane HODGSON, et al., Respondents., 1989 WL 1127334, *1127334+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 25, 1989) Brief of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod as Amicus Curiae in Support of the State of Minnesota (NO. 88-1125, 88-1309) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3485 Albert DURO, Petitioner, v. Edward REINA, Chief of Police, Salt River Department of Public Safety, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community; and the Hon. Relman R. Manuel, Sr., Chief Judge of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Court, Respondents., 1989 WL 1126952, *1126952+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 07, 1989) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 88-6546) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3486 William L. WEBSTER, et al., Appellants, v. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES, et al., Appellees., 1989 WL 1127713, *1127713+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 30, 1989) Brief for the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence as Amicus Curiae Supporting Appellees (NO. 88-605) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3487 William L. WEBSTER, et al., Appellants, v. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES, et al., Appellees., 1989 WL 1127726, *1127726+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 30, 1989) Brief for a Group of American Law Professors as Amicus Curiae in Support of Appellees (NO. 88-605) 3488 William L. WEBSTER, et al., Appellants, v. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES, et al., Appellees., 1989 WL 1127727, *1127727+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 30, 1989) Brief for Ap-

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pellees (NO. 88-605)

HN: 1 (S.Ct.)

3489 William L. WEBSTER, et al., Appellants, v. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES, et al., Appellees., 1989 WL 1127663, *1127663+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 23, 1989) Brief for the Catholic Lawyers Guild of the Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. as Amicus Curiae Supporting Appellants (NO. 88-605) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3490 THE BOARD OF ESTIMATE, et al., Appellants, v. Beverly MORRIS, et al., Appellees. Frank V. PONTERIO, Appellant, v. Beverly MORRIS, et al., Appellees., 1988 WL 1025677, *1025677+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 03, 1988) Brief of Appellees (NO. 87-1022, 87-1112) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3491 MICHAEL H., Appellant, VICTORIA D., a minor by and through her Guardian Ad Litem, Leslie Shear, Appellant, v. GERALD D., Appellee., 1988 WL 1025582, *1025582+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 07, 1988) Brief on the Merits for Appellee Gerald D. (NO. 87-746) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3492 NEW YORK STATE CLUB ASSOCIATION, INC., Appellant, v. THE CITY OF NEW YORK, The Mayor of The City of New York, The City Human Rights Commission and the Members of The City Human Rights Commission, Appellees., 1988 WL 1026274, *1026274+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 13, 1988) Brief of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, Council of State Governments, National Association of Counties, National League of Cities, and International City Management Association as Amici Curiae in ... (NO. 86-1836) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3493 Edward McNAMARA, Appellant, v. COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO Department of Social Services, Appellee., 1987 WL 880224, *880224 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1987) Motion for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae Motion of Amicus Curiae to Dismiss or Affirm and Brief Amicus for the Child in Support of Appellee (NO. 87-5840) 3494 UNITED STATES, Appellant, v. WELLS FARGO BANK, et al., Appellees., 1987 WL 880297, *880297+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 28, 1987) Brief for Amici Curiae the Estate of Dorothy G. Dillon and the Estate of Velma C. Gubbels in Support of Appellees (NO. 86-1521) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3495 Richard A. LYNG, Secretary of Agriculture, Appellant, v. INTERNATIONAL UNION, United Automobile, Aerospace & Agricultural Implement Workers of America, UAW, et al., Appellees., 1987 WL 880433, *880433+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 31, 1987) Brief for Appellees (NO. 86-1471) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3496 BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF ROTARY INTERNATIONAL, et al., Appellants, v. ROTARY CLUB OF DUARTE, et al., Appellees., 1987 WL 880552, *880552+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 28, 1987) Brief of Intervenor State of California (NO. 86-421) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3497 Paul E. JOHNSON, Petitioner, v. TRANSPORTATION AGENCY, Santa Clara County California, and Service Employees International Union Local 715, Respondents., 1986 WL 728150, *728150+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 21, 1986) Petitioner's Brief (NO. 85-1129) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3498 Linda WIMBERLY, Petitioner, v. THE LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COMMISSION OF MISSOURI; the Division of Employment Security of the State of Missouri; and J. C. Penney Co., Inc., Respondents., 1986 WL 728134, *728134+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 15, 1986) Brief for the Respondents (NO. 85-129) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3499 CALIFORNIA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, et al., Petitioners, v. Mark

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GUERRA, et al., Respondents., 1986 WL 728369, *728369+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 04, 1986) Brief of the American Civil Liberties Union, the League of Women Voters of the United States, the League of Women Voters of California, the National Women's Political Caucus, and the Coal Employment ... (NO. 85-494) HN: 1,2 (S.Ct.) 3500 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Appellant, v. Anthony J. GALIOTO, Appellee., 1986 WL 728210, *728210+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 10, 1986) Motion for Leave to File and Brief for the New Jersey Department of the Public Advocate, Division of Mental Health Advocacy and American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey as Amici Curiae (NO. 84-1904) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3501 Willie Lloyd TURNER, Petitioner, v. Allyn R. SIELAFF, Director, Virginia Department of Corrections, Respondent., 1985 WL 669945, *669945+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 25, 1985) Petitioner's Reply Brief (NO. 84-6646) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3502 Michael BOWERS, Attorney General of Georgia, Petitioner, v. Michael HARDWICK, et al., Respondents., 1985 WL 667944, *667944+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1985) Brief Amicus Curiae for Lesbian Rights Project, Women's Legal Defense Fund, Equal Rights Advocates, Inc., Women's Law Project, and National Women's Law Center (NO. 85-140) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3503 Delynda Ann Ricker Barker REED, Appellant, v. Princess Ann Ricker CAMPBELL, Individually, and as Administratrix of the Estate of Prince Rupert Ricker, Deceased, Appellee., 1985 WL 669332, *669332+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1985) Appellant's Brief on the Merits (NO. 85-755) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3504 MACDONALD, SUMMER & FRATES, A Partnership, Appellant, v. THE COUNTY OF YOLO and THE CITY OF DAVIS, Appellees., 1985 WL 669429, *669429 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1985) Brief of the American Farmland Trust, National Audubon Society, the Sierra Club, Natural Resources Defense Council, National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Environmental Fund as Amici Curiae ... (NO. 84-2015) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3505 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Appellant, v. Anthony J. GALIOTO, Appellee., 1985 WL 669553, *669553+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1985) Brief of Amicus Curiae American Psychological Association in Support of Appellee (NO. 84-1904) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3506 Richard THORNBURGH, et al., Appellants, v. AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS, et al., Appellees. Eugene F. DIAMOND, et al., Appellants, v. Allan G. CHARLES, et al., Appellees., 1985 WL 669626, *669626+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 30, 1985) Brief Amici Curiae of the Center for Constitutional Rights, the Committee for Abortion Rights and against Sterilization Abuse, the National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, the National Lawyers ... (NO. 84-1379, 84-495) 3507 Richard THORNBURGH, et al., Appellants, v. AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS, et al., Appellees. Eugene F. DIAMOND, et al., Appellants, v. Allan G. CHARLES, et al., Appellees., 1985 WL 669708, *669708 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 30, 1985) Brief Amicus Curiae of Senator Bob Packwood (R-Ore.), Representative Don Edwards (D-Calif.) and Certain Other Members of the Congress of the United States in Support of Appellees. (NO. 84-1379, 84-495) 3508 Richard THORNBURGH, et al., Appellants, v. AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS

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AND GYNECOLOGISTS, et al., Appellees. Eugene F. DIAMOND, et al., Appellants, v. Allan G. CHARLES, et al., Appellees., 1985 WL 669714, *669714 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 30, 1985) Brief Amici Curiae of the Center for Constitutional Rights, the Committee for Abortion Rights and Against Sterilization Abuse, the National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, the National Lawyers ... (NO. 84-1379, 84-495) 3509 CITY OF CLEBURNE, TEXAS, et al., Petitioners, v. CLEBURNE LIVING CENTER, INC., et al., Respondents., 1985 WL 668980, *668980+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 01, 1985) Brief for Respondents (NO. 84-468) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3510 CITY OF CLEBURNE, TEXAS, et al., Petitioners, v. CLEBURNE LIVING CENTER, INC., et al., Respondents., 1985 WL 668983, *668983+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 01, 1985) Amicus Curiae Brief of the State of Connecticut, Joined by the States of Arkansas, California, Colorado, Illinois, Louisiana, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Tennessee and West Virginia in Support of the ... (NO. 84-468) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3511 CITY OF CLEBURNE, Texas, et al., Petitioners, v. CLEBURNE LIVING CENTER, INC., et al., Respondents., 1985 WL 669785, *669785+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 01, 1985) Brief for Respondents (NO. 84-468) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3512 CITY OF CLEBURNE, Texas, et al., Petitioners, v. CLEBURNE LIVING CENTER, INC., et al., Respondents., 1985 WL 669786, *669786+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 01, 1985) Amicus Curiae Brief of the State of Connecticut, Joined by the States of Arkansas, California, Colorado, Illinois, Louisiana, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Tennessee and West Virginia in Support of the ... (NO. 84-468) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3513 CITY OF CLEBURNE, et al., Petitioners, v. CLEBURNE LIVING CENTER, et al., Respondents., 1985 WL 669789, *669789+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 01, 1985) Motion for Leave to File Brief Amici Curiae and Brief of the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, the New York Civil Liberties Union, the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Southern ... (NO. 84-468) 3514 CITY OF CLEBURNE, TEXAS, et al., Petitioners, v. CLEBURNE LIVING CENTER, et al., Respondents., 1985 WL 668985, *668985+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 29, 1985) Brief on Behalf of Pennsylvania, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio and Wisconsin, Amici Curiae (NO. 84-468) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3515 CITY OF CLEBURNE, Texas, et al., Petitioners, v. CLEBURNE LIVING CENTER, et al., Respondents., 1985 WL 669782, *669782+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 29, 1985) Brief on Behalf of Pennsylvania, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio and Wisconsin, Amici Curiae (NO. 84-468) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3516 Richard THORNBURGH, et al. Appellants, v. AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS, et al. Appellees. Eugene F. DIAMOND, et al. Appellants, v. Allan G. CHARLES, et al. Appellees., 1985 WL 669623, *669623 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. 1985) Brief Amicus Curiae of Senator Bob Packwood (R-Ore.), Representative Don Edwards (D-Calif.) and Certain Other Members of the Congress of the United States in Support of Appellees. (NO. 84-1379, 84-495) 3517 John S. TOLL, President, University of Maryland, University of Maryland, Petitioners, v. Juan Carlos MORENO et al., Respondents., 1981 WL 390325, *390325+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 21, 1981) Brief for Respondents (NO. 80-2178)

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3518 James M. MURPHY, District Judge of the Fourth Judicial District of Nebraska, Appellant, v. Eugene L. HUNT, Appellee., 1981 WL 390305, *390305+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 18, 1981) Brief of the State Public Defender of California as Amicus Curiae in Support of Appellee (NO. 80-2165) 3519 MISSISSIPPI UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN, et al., Petitioners, v. Joe HOGAN, Respondent., 1981 WL 389658, *389658+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 16, 1981) Brief for the Petitioners (NO. 81-406) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3520 Richard S. SCHWEIKER, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Appellant, v. George HOGAN, et al., 1981 WL 390228, *390228+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 07, 1981) Brief for the Appellant (NO. 81-213) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3521 CITY OF MESQUITE, Appellant, v. ALADDIN'S CASTLE, INC., Appellee., 1981 WL 390054, *390054+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 27, 1981) Appellant's Reply Brief (NO. 80-1577) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3522 G. D. SEARLE & CO., Petitioner, v. Susan COHN and Walter Cohn, Respondents., 1981 WL 390002, *390002+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 21, 1981) Motion of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America for Leave to File Brief as Amicus Curiae and for Leave to Argue Orally on the Side of Respondents, with Their Consent, and Brief of the ... (NO. 80-644) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3523 John R. LARSON, Commissioner of Securities, Minnesota Department of Commerce; Warren Spannaus, Minnesota Attorney General; Individually and in their official capacities, Appellants, v. Pamela VALENTE, Larry Barber, Larry Haft, Kimberly Korman, and Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity, Appellees., 1981 WL 390114, *390114+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 17, 1981) Brief Amicus Curiae of the Center for Law and Religious Freedom of the Christian Legal Society in Support of Appellees (NO. 80-1666) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3524 John R. LARSON, et al., Appellants, v. Pamela VALENTE, et al., Appellees., 1981 WL 390118, *390118+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 16, 1981) Brief of the Greater Minneapolis Association of Evangelicals, as Amicus Curiae in Support of Affirmance (NO. 80-1666) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3525 G. D. SEARLE & COMPANY, Petitioner, v. Susan COHN and Walter Cohn, Respondents., 1981 WL 389993, *389993+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 08, 1981) Brief for the Petitioner (NO. 80-644) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3526 COMMUNITY COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY, INC., Petitioner, v. CITY OF BOULDER, Colorado, Respondent., 1981 WL 389817, *389817 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 26, 1981) Motion for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae and Brief of National League of Cities as Amicus Curiae in Support of the Respondent (NO. 80-1350) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3527 Laverne L. LOGAN, Appellant, v. ZIMMERMAN BRUSH COMPANY, Appellee., 1981 WL 389949, *389949+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 14, 1981) Brief for Appellant (NO. 80-5950) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3528 Ronald M. ZOBEL and Patricia L. Zobel, Appellants, v. Thomas WILLIAMS, Commissioner of Revenue, and State of Alaska, Appellees., 1981 WL 389712, *389712+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 13, 1981) Brief of Appellants (NO. 80-1146) 3529 Bernard ROSTKER, Director of Selective Service, Appellant, v. Robert L. GOLDBERG, et al.,

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1981 WL 390369, *390369+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 02, 1981) Brief for Amicus Curiae National Organization for Women (NO. 80-251) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3530 Bernard ROSTKER, Director of Selective Service, Appellant, v. Robert L. GOLDBERG, et al., Appellees., 1981 WL 390514, *390514+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 28, 1981) Brief for Amici Curiae Women's Equity Action League Educational and Legal Defense Fund, Women's Equity Action League, Federally Employed Women, National Women's Student Coalition of the United States ... (NO. 80-251) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3531 THE COUNTY OF WASHINGTON and Sheriff Warren Barnes in His Capacity as Sheriff of Washington County, Petitioners, v. Alberta GUNTHER, Velene M. Vallance, Marion E. Vander Zanden, and Yvonne M. Hatton, Respondents., 1981 WL 390116, *390116 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 28, 1981) Brief of the American Civil Liberties Union, Now Legal Defense and Education Fund, Women's Legal Defense Fund, League of Women Voters of the United States, Women Employed, Comparable Worth Project, ... (NO. 80-429) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3532 Bernard ROSTKER, Director of Selective Service, Appellant, v. Robert L. GOLDBERG, et al., 1981 WL 390367, *390367+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 1981) Brief for the Appellant (NO. 80-251) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3533 Karl J. KIRCHBERG, Appellant, v. Joan Paillot FEENSTRA, Appellee, v. Edwin W. Edwards and State of Louisiana., 1980 WL 339781, *339781+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 05, 1980) Brief for Appellee, Joan Paillot Feenstra (NO. 79-1388) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3534 Karl J. KIRCHBERG, Appellant, v. Joan Paillot FEENSTRA, Appellee, v. Edwin W. Edwards and State of Louisiana., 1980 WL 339782, *339782+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 04, 1980) Motion for Leave to File Brief Amici Curiae and Brief Amici Curiae of Now Legal Defense and Education Fund, American Civil Liberties Union Women's Rights Project, American Jewish Committee, American ... (NO. 79-1388) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3535 Patricia R. HARRIS, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Appellant, v. Charles Edward WILSON, et al., Appellees., 1980 WL 339778, *339778+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1980) Brief of Amicus Curiae the National Association for Mental Health the American Psychiatric Association the American Orthopsychiatric Association (NO. 79-1380) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3536 Bernard ROSTKER, Director of Selective Service, Appellant, v. Robert L. GOLDBERG, et al., Appellees., 1980 WL 339849, *339849+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1980) Brief for the Appellees (NO. 80-251) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 3537 Bernard ROSTKER, Director of Selective Service, Appellant, v. Robert L. GOLDBERG, et al., 1980 WL 339853, *339853+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1980) Brief of Amicus Curiae Men's Rights, Inc. Fredric Hayward, Director (NO. 80-251) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3538 Walter LITTLE, Appellant, v. Gloria STREATER, Appellee., 1980 WL 340084, *340084+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1980) Brief for Appellee (NO. 79-6779) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3539 Patricia R. HARRIS, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Appellant, v. Charles Edward WILSON, et al., Appellees., 1980 WL 339775, *339775+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 20, 1980) Brief for the Appellees (NO. 79-1380) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3540 Patricia R. HARRIS, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Appellant, v. Charles Edward WILSON, et al., Appellees., 1980 WL 339779, *339779+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 15, 1980) Brief for the New York, Pennsylvania, and California Associations of Private Psychiatric

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Hospitals as Amici Curiae (NO. 79-1380) "

HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

3541 MICHAEL M., Petitioner, v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF SONOMA COUNTY, The People of the State of California., 1980 WL 339752, *339752+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 09, 1980) Brief for the United States as Amicus Curiae (NO. 79-1344) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3542 MICHAEL M., Petitioner, v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF SONOMA COUNTY, et al., Respondents., 1980 WL 339754, *339754+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 30, 1980) Brief of Women's Legal Defense Fund as Amicus Curiae in Support of Petitioner (NO. 79-1344) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3543 MICHAEL M., Petitioner, v. SUPERIOR COURT OF SONOMA COUNTY, et al., Respondents., 1980 WL 339750, *339750+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 28, 1980) Brief of the American Civil Liberties Union and the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California, in Support of Petitioner, Amici Curiae (NO. 79-1344) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3544 MICHAEL M., Petitioner, v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF SONOMA COUNTY, The People of the State of California, Respondents., 1980 WL 339746, *339746+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 24, 1980) Brief of the Petitioner (NO. 79-1344) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3545 Karl J. KIRCHBERG, Appellant, v. Joan Paillot FEENSTRA, Appellee, v. Edwin W. Edwards and State of Louisiana., 1980 WL 339780, *339780+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 27, 1980) Original Brief on Behalf of the Appellant Karl Jan Kirchberg (NO. 79-1388) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3546 Patricia R. HARRIS, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, Appellant, v. Cora MCRAE, Et Al., Appellees. Patricia R. Harris, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, Appellant, v. New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, Appellee., 1980 WL 339642, *339642+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 19, 1980) Brief of Appellees (NO. 79-1268) 3547 Jasper F. WILLIAMS, M.D., and Eugene F. Diamond, M.D., Appellants, v. David ZBARAZ, M.D., Martin Motew, M.D., individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; Chicago Welfare Rights Organization, an Illinois not-for-profit corporation; and Jane Doe, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Appellees. (No. 79-4.) Jeffrey Miller, Acting Director, Illinois Department of Public Aid, Appellant, v. David Zbaraz, M.D., Martin Motew, M.D.,, 1980 WL 339431, *339431+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 01, 1980) Brief of Appellees (NO. 79-4, 79-491, 79-5) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 3548 CAREY, Appellant, v. BROWN, Appellee., 1980 WL 340101, *340101+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 20, 1980) Motion of New England Legal Foundation for Leave to File Brief as Amicus Curiae, and Brief of Amicus Curiae New England Legal Foundation in Support of Appellant (NO. 79-703) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3549 Flynn Noye HICKS, Petitioner, v. THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA, Respondent., 1980 WL 339463, *339463 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 31, 1980) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 78-6885) 3550 Hicks v. The State of Oklahoma, 1980 WL 371770, *371770 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 31, 1980) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 78-6885) 3551 Gilbert Franklin BECK, Petitioner, v. STATE OF ALABAMA, Respondent., 1980 WL 339414, *339414+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 07, 1980) Brief of Respondent (NO. 78-6621) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3552 Beck v. State of Alabama, 1980 WL 371769, *371769+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 07, 1980)

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3553 Paul J. WENGLER, Appellant, v. DRUGGISTS MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., et al., 1979 WL 199958, *199958+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 21, 1979) Brief for the United States as Amicus Curiae (NO. 79-381) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3554 Paul J. WENGLER, Appellant, v. DRUGGISTS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, and Dicus Prescription Drugs, Inc., Appellees., 1979 WL 199959, *199959+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 14, 1979) Brief Amicus Curiae of American Civil Liberties Union, Aclu of Eastern Missouri, Now Legal Defense and Education Fund, Women's Equity Action League, and Women's Legal Defense Fund (NO. 79-381) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3555 Paul J. WENGLER, Appellant, v. DRUGGISTS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, and Dicus Prescription Drugs, Inc., Appellees., 1979 WL 199955, *199955+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 10, 1979) Appellant's Brief (NO. 79-381) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3556 Gilbert Franklin BECK, Petitioner, v. STATE OF ALABAMA, Respondent., 1979 WL 199844, *199844+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 26, 1979) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 78-6621) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3557 Beck v. State of Alabama, 1979 WL 214059, *214059+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 26, 1979) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 78-6621) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3558 Paul J. WENGLER, Appellant, v. DRUGGISTS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, and Discus Prescription Drugs, Inc., Appellees., 1979 WL 199956, *199956+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1979) Brief of Appellees Druggists Mutual Insurance Company, and Discus Prescription Drugs, Inc (NO. 79-381) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3559 Liggett v. State of Kansas, 1979 WL 213660, *213660+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 15, 1979) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 77-1621) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3560 GREAT AMERICAN FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION, John A. Virostek, Joseph E. Bugel, John J. Dravecky, Daniel T. Kubasak, Edward J. Lesko, James E. Orris, Joseph A. Prokopovitsh, John G. Micenko, and Frank J. Vanek, Petitioners, v. John R. NOVOTNY, Respondent., 1979 WL 199979, *199979+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 28, 1979) Brief for Respondent (NO. 78-753) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3561 GREAT AMERICAN FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION, John A. Virostek, Joseph E. Bugel, John J. Dravecky, Daniel T. Kubasak, Edward J. Lesko, James E. Orris, Joseph A. Prokopovitsh, John G. Micenko and Frank J. Vanek, Petitioners, v. John R. NOVOTNY, Respondent., 1979 WL 199982, *199982+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 28, 1979) Brief Amicus Curiae of the American Civil Liberties Union and the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania (NO. 78-753) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3562 Great American Federal Savings & Loan Association v. Novotny, 1979 WL 213874, *213874+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 28, 1979) Brief for Respondent (NO. 78-753) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3563 Joseph A. CALIFANO, Jr., Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, Appellant, v. Cindy WESTCOTT, et al., Appellees., 1979 WL 199814, *199814+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 20, 1979) Brief of Amici Curiae Cathy Stevens, Rosalie McRoberts and Sonja Smith (NO. 78-437) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3564 Califano v. Westcott, 1979 WL 213625, *213625+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 20, 1979) Brief

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3565 Joseph A. CALIFANO, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, Appellant, v. Cindy WESTCOTT, et al., Appellees. No. 78-437 Alexander Sharp, II, Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Public Welfare, Appellant, v. Cindy Westcott, et al. Appellees. No. 78-689, 1979 WL 199808, *199808+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 14, 1979) Brief for the Individual and Class Appellees (NO. 78-437, 78-689) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3566 Califano v. Westcott, 1979 WL 213624, *213624+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 14, 1979) Brief for the Individual and Class Appellees (NO. 78-437, 78-689) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3567 Morrill v. Wollman, 1979 WL 213523, *213523+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 05, 1979) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 78-1219) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3568 The Hon. Robert K. SMITH, Judge, et al., etc., Petitioners, v. State ex rel. DAILY MAIL PUBLISHING CO., etc. et al., Respondents. The Hon. Robert K. Smith, Judge, et al., etc., Petitioners, v. Don Marsh, et al., The Daily Gazette Co., etc. et al., Respondents., 1979 WL 199845, *199845 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 26, 1979) Motion of American Newspaper Publishers Association for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae and Brief Amicus Curiae (NO. 78-482) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3569 Smith v. State Ex Rel. Daily Mail Publishing Co., 1979 WL 213633, *213633+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 26, 1979) Motion of American Newspaper Publishers Association for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae and Brief Amicus Curiae (NO. 78-482) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3570 UNITED STEELWORKERS OF AMERICA, AFL-CIO-CLC, Petitioner, v. Brian F. WEBER, et al., Respondents. Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation, Petitioner, v. Brian F. Weber, Respondent. United States of America and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Petitioners, v. Brian F. Weber, et al., Respondents., 1979 WL 199740, *199740+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 25, 1979) Brief Amicus Curiae for the California Fair Employment Practice Commission and the California Division of Fair Employment Practices in Support of Petitioners (NO. 78-432, 78-435, 78-436) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3571 United Steelworkers of America v. Weber, 1979 WL 213608, *213608+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 25, 1979) Brief Amicus Curiae for the California Fair Employment Practice Commission and the California Division of Fair Employment Practices in Support of Petitioners (NO. 78-432, 78-435, 78-436) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3572 Fazekas v. The University of Houston, 1979 WL 213799, *213799 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 16, 1979) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 78-1119) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3573 Personnel Administrator of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Feeney, 1979 WL 213577, *213577+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 11, 1979) Brief of the Appellee. (NO. 78-233) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3574 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, et al., Appellants, v. Helen B. FEENEY, Appellee., 1979 WL 199824, *199824+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 10, 1979) Brief Amici Curiae of The National Organization for Women, NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund, The American Jewish Committee, Equal Rights Advocates, Inc., Federally Employed Women's Legal and ... (NO. 78-233) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3575 Personnel Administrator of Massachusetts v. Feeney, 1979 WL 213578, *213578+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. 1979) Brief of Amicus Curiae, the Washington Legal Foundation (NO. 78-233)

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HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3576 Griffin B. BELL, et al., Petitioners, v. Louis WOLFISH, et al., Respondents., 1978 WL 207133, *207133+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 20, 1978) Brief for Respondents (NO. 77-1829) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3577 Bell v. Wolfish, 1978 WL 223219, *223219+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 20, 1978) Brief for Respondents (NO. 77-1829) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3578 Shirley DAVIS, Petitioner, v. Otto E. PASSMAN, Respondent., 1978 WL 207321, *207321+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 18, 1978) Brief for Petitioner (NO. 78-5072) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3579 Davis v. Passman, 1978 WL 223685, *223685+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 18, 1978) Brief for Petitioner (NO. 78-5072) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3580 Francis X. BELLOTTI, Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, et al., Appellants, v. William BAIRD, et al., Appellees., 1978 WL 207326, *207326+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 14, 1978) Brief for the Appellants (NO. 78-329) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3581 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS et al., Appellants, v. Helen B. FEENEY, Appellee., 1978 WL 207297, *207297+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 24, 1978) Brief for the Appellants (NO. 78-233) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3582 Personnel Administrator of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Feeney, 1978 WL 223034, *223034+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 24, 1978) Brief for the Appellants. (NO. 78-233) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3583 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATOR OF MASSACHUSETTS, et al., Petitioners, v. Helen B. FEENEY, Respondent., 1978 WL 207301, *207301+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 22, 1978) Brief of Amicus Curiae, the Washington Legal Foundation (NO. 78-233) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3584 Curtis PARHAM, Appellant, v. Ellis Franklin HUGHES, Appellee., 1978 WL 207316, *207316+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 16, 1978) Brief of Appellant (NO. 78-3) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3585 Parham v. Hughes, 1978 WL 223251, *223251+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 16, 1978) Brief of Appellant (NO. 78-3) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3586 Cyrus R. VANCE, Secretary of State, et al., Appellants, v. Holbrook BRADLEY, et al., 1978 WL 207230, *207230+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1978) Brief for the Appellees (NO. 77-1254) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3587 Cyrus R. VANCE, Secretary of State, et al., Appellants, v. Holbrook BRADLEY, et al., Appellees., 1978 WL 207236, *207236+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1978) Amicus Curiae Brief of American Federation of Government Employees (AFL-CIO) in Support of Appellees (NO. 77-1254) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3588 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS et al., Appellants, v. Helen B. FEENEY, Appellee., 1978 WL 207299, *207299+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1978) Brief for the Appellee (NO. 78-233) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3589 William Herbert ORR, Appellant, v. Lillian M. ORR, Appellee., 1978 WL 206697, *206697+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 31, 1978) Reply Brief for Appellant (NO. 77-1119) 3590 Orr v. Orr, 1978 WL 223399, *223399+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 31, 1978) Reply Brief for Appellant (NO. 77-1119) 3591 Califano v. Browne, 1978 WL 223075, *223075 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 10, 1978) Jurisdic-

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HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

3592 Vance v. Bradley, 1978 WL 223576, *223576+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 22, 1978) Motion for Leave to File as Amici Curiae and Brief Amici Curiae for Hon. Claude Pepper, Hon. Edward R. Roybal, Hon. Fred B. Rooney, Hon. Mario Biaggi, Hon. John L. Burton, Hon. John Paul ... (NO. 77-1254) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3593 Geraldine G. CANNON, Petitioner, v. THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, et al., Respondents. Geraldine G. CANNON, Petitioner, v. NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, et al., Respondents., 1978 WL 207082, *207082+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 18, 1978) Brief Amici Curiae of Federation of Organizations for Professional Women, League of Women Voters of the United States, Center for Law and Education, Inc., National Conference of Puerto Rican Women, ... (NO. 77-926) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3594 Bridgeport Hydraulic Company v. The Council on Water Company Lands of the State of Connecticut., 1978 WL 223061, *223061+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 15, 1978) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 78-439) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3595 William Herbert ORR, Appellant, v. Lillian M. ORR, Appellee., 1978 WL 206696, *206696+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 30, 1978) Brief of Appellee (NO. 77-1119) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3596 Orr v. Orr, 1978 WL 223398, *223398+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 30, 1978) Brief of Appellee (NO. 77-1119) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3597 Joseph A. CALIFANO, Jr., Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, Appellant, v. Grace AZNAVORIAN, etc. Grace AZNAVORIAN, etc., Appellant, v. Joseph A. CALIFANO, Jr., Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare., 1978 WL 206860, *206860+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 28, 1978) Brief for Grace Aznavorian, etc. (NO. 77-5999, 77-991) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3598 THE ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, Defendant-Appellant, v. SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY, Michael Taber, and John Doe, Plaintiffs-Appellees. THE ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, Intervening Defendant-Appellant, v. Gerald ROSE, Melvin Johnson, Richard Leebove, United States Labor Party, John Brown, and Mitchell Hirsch, Plaintiffs-Appellees, John HANLY, Marie H. Suthers, and Howard C. Medley, Sr., DefendantsAppellees., 1978 WL 207224, *207224+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 28, 1978) Brief of Appellees Gerald Rose, U.S. Labor Party, et al. (NO. 77-1248) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3599 The Illinois State Board of Eections v. Socialist Workers Party, 1978 WL 223569, *223569+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 23, 1978) Brief of Appellee - Socialist Workers' Party, et al. (NO. 77-1248) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3600 Roy Tibbals WILSON, Charles E. Lakin, Florence Lakin, R.G.P. Incorporated, Darrell L., Harold, Harold M. and Luea Sorenson, Harold Jackson, Otis Peterson, Travelers Insurance Company, State of Iowa, and State Conservation Commission of the State of Iowa, Petitioners, v. OMAHA INDIAN TRIBE and United States of America, Respondents., 1978 WL 206611, *206611+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 18, 1978) Brief of the American Land Title Association as Amicus Curiae in Support of the Petitions for a Writ of Certiorari (NO. 78-160, 78-161, 78-162) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3601 Personnel Administrator of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Feeney, 1978 WL 223033, *223033 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 10, 1978) Jurisdictional Statement. (NO. 78-233) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3602 The Illinois State Board of Elections v. Socialist Workers Party, 1978 WL 223567, *223567+

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(Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 08, 1978) Brief of Appellees Gerald Rose, U.S. Labor Party, et al. (NO. 77-1248) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3603 William Herbert ORR, Appellant, v. Lillian M. ORR, Appellee., 1978 WL 206695, *206695+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 31, 1978) Brief of Appellant (NO. 77-1119) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3604 William Herbert ORR, Appellant, v. Lillian M. ORR, Appellee., 1978 WL 206698, *206698 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 31, 1978) Motion of American Civil Liberties Union for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae and Brief Amicus Curiae (NO. 77-1119) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3605 Orr v. Orr, 1978 WL 223397, *223397+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 31, 1978) Brief of Appellant (NO. 77-1119) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3606 Orr v. Orr, 1978 WL 223400, *223400 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 31, 1978) Motion of American Civil Liberties Union for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae and Brief Amicus Curiae (NO. 77-1119) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3607 Abdiel CABAN, Appellant, v. Kazim MOHAMMED and Maria Mohammed, Appellees., 1978 WL 207161, *207161+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 26, 1978) Brief Amicus Curiae of the New York State Attorney General in Support of Appellees (NO. 77-6431) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3608 Caban v. Mohammed, 1978 WL 223245, *223245+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 26, 1978) Brief Amicus Curiae of the New York State Attorney General in Support of Appellees (NO. 77-6431) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3609 Abdiel CABAN, Appellant, v. Kazim MOHAMMID and Maria Mohammid, Appellees., 1978 WL 207159, *207159+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 30, 1978) Brief as Amicus Curiae and Brief Amicus Curiae of Community Action for Legal Services, Inc. (NO. 77-6431) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3610 Caban v. Mohammid, 1978 WL 223246, *223246+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 30, 1978) Brief as Amicus Curiae and Brief Amicus Curiae of Community Action for Legal Services, Inc. (NO. 77-6431) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3611 Abdiel CABAN, Appellant, v. Kazim MOHAMMED and Maria Mohammed, Appellees., 1978 WL 207155, *207155+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 22, 1978) Appellant's Brief (NO. 77-6431) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3612 Caban v. Mohammed, 1978 WL 223242, *223242+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 22, 1978) Appellants Brief (NO. 77-6431) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3613 Hunter v. Dean, 1978 WL 223240, *223240+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 18, 1978) Brief for the Petitioner (NO. 77-6248) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3614 Joseph A. CALIFANO, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, appellant, v. Grace AZNAVORIAN, etc. Grace AZNAVORIAN, etc., appellants, v. Joseph A. CALIFANO, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare., 1978 WL 206858, *206858+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 05, 1978) Brief for the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare (NO. 77-5999, 77-991) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3615 State of Washington v. Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakima Indian Nation, 1978 WL 223122, *223122+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 02, 1978) Brief of Appellee (NO. 77-388) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3616 Williard E. ROBERTSON, Petitioner, v. Edward F. WEGMANN, Executor for Clay L. Shaw, et al., Respondents., 1978 WL 206706, *206706 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 14, 1978) Petitioner's

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Reply Brief (NO. 77-178) 3617 Robertson v. Wegmann, 1978 WL 223093, *223093 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 14, 1978) Petitioner's Reply Brief (NO. 77-178) 3618 MOORMAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Appellant, v. G. D. BAIR, Director of Revenue, Appellee., 1978 WL 207219, *207219+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 30, 1978) Brief Amici Curiae of Iowa Manufacturers Association, Deere & Co., E. I. DuPont DeNemours & Company, the Maytag Company, Monsanto Company, and Standard Brands Incorporated. (NO. 77-454) 3619 Riley v. State of Ohio, 1978 WL 223374, *223374+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 19, 1978) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 77-1026) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3620 Cyrus R. VANCE, Secretary of State, et al., appellants, v. Holbrook BRADLEY, et al., 1978 WL 207238, *207238+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. 1978) Motion for Leave to File as Amici Curiae and Brief Amici Curiae for Hon. Claude Pepper, Hon. Edward R. Roybal, Hon. Fred B. Rooney, Hon. Mario Biaggi, Hon. John L. Burton, Hon. John Paul ... (NO. 77-1254) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3621 City of Los Angeles v. Manhart, 1977 WL 204829, *204829+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 23, 1977) Brief for Respondents. (NO. 76-1810) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3622 CITY OF LOS ANGELES, Department of Water and Power, et al., Petitioners, v. Marie MANHART, et al., Respondents., 1977 WL 189209, *189209+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 22, 1977) Brief Amici Curiae of American Civil Liberties Union and American Association of University Professors (NO. 76-1810) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3623 City of Los Angeles v. Manhart, 1977 WL 204830, *204830+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 22, 1977) Brief Amici Curiae of American Civil Liberties Union and American Association of University Professors (NO. 76-1810) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3624 CITY OF LOS ANGELES, Department of Water and Power, etc., et al., Petitioners, v. Marie MANHART, et al., 1977 WL 189204, *189204+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 21, 1977) Brief Amicus Curiae of the ACLU Foundation of Southern California in Support of Respondents (NO. 76-1810) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3625 City of Los Angeles v. Manhart, 1977 WL 204835, *204835+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 21, 1977) Brief Amicus Curiae of the ACLU Foundation of Southern California in Support of Respondents (NO. 76-1810) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3626 CITY OF LOS ANGELES, et al., Petitioners, v. Marie MANHART, et al., Respondents., 1977 WL 189197, *189197+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 1977) Brief for Respondents. (NO. 76-1810) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3627 C.M.C. v. A. P. F., 1977 WL 205244, *205244+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 25, 1977) Jurisdictional Statement and Appendix (NO. 77-749) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3628 CITY OF LOS ANGELES, Department of Water and Power, a body corporate and politic; Members of the Board of Water and Power Commissioners of the Department of Water and Power, City of Los Angeles; Members of the Board of Administration of the Department of Water and Power Employes Retirement, Disability and Death Benefit Insurance Plan; Henry G. Bodkin, Jr.; Katherine B. Dunlap; Burton J. Gindler; Michael Glazer; Herbert C. Ward; Louis J. Weidner, Jr.; Ralph, 1977 WL 189203, *189203+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 21, 1977) Brief of the State of

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Oregon as Amicus Curiae, In Support of Defendants-Petitioners (NO. 76-1810) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3629 James Y. CARTER, Public Vehicle License Commissioner of the City of Chicago, Petitioner, v. Luther MILLER, on his own behalf and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Respondent., 1977 WL 189664, *189664+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 21, 1977) Reply Brief of Petitioner (NO. 76-1171) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3630 City of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power v. Manhart, 1977 WL 204831, *204831+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 21, 1977) Brief of the State of Oregon as Amicus Curiae, In Support of Defendants-Petitioners (NO. 76-1810) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3631 Carter v. Miller, 1977 WL 205186, *205186+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 21, 1977) Reply Brief of Petitioner (NO. 76-1171) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3632 Cleland v. National College of Business, 1977 WL 205241, *205241+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 18, 1977) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 77-716) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3633 CITY OF LOS ANGELES, Department of Water and Power, a body corporate and politic; Members of the Board of Water and Power Commissioners of the Department of Water and Power, City of Los Angeles; Members of the Board of Administration of the Department of Water and Power Employees' Retirement, Disability and Death Benefit Insurance Plan; Henry G. Bodkin, Jr.; Katherine B. Dunlap; Burton J. Gindler; Michael Glazer; Herbert C. Ward; Louis J. Weidner, Jr.; Ralph, 1977 WL 189196, *189196+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 17, 1977) Petitioners' Opening Brief. (NO. 76-1810) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3634 CITY OF LOS ANGELES, Department of Water and Power, et al., Petitioners, v. Marie MANHART, et al., Respondents., 1977 WL 189200, *189200+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 17, 1977) Brief of Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America and College Retirement Equities Fund, as Amici Curiae, in Support of Petitioners (NO. 76-1810) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3635 American Newspaper Publishers Association v. National Citizens Committee for Broadcasting, 1977 WL 205271, *205271+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 17, 1977) Brief for Petitioner American Newspaper Publishers Association (NO. 76-1471, 76-1521, 76-1595, 76-1604, 76-1624, 76-1685) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3636 City of Los Angeles v. Manhart, 1977 WL 205315, *205315+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 17, 1977) Petitioners' Opening Brief. (NO. 76-1810) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3637 City of Los Angeles, Department of Water and Power v. Manhart, 1977 WL 205316, *205316+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 17, 1977) Brief of Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America and College Retirement Equities Fund, as Amici Curiae, in Support of Petitioners (NO. 76-1810) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3638 Santa Clara PUEBLO, et al., petitioners, v. Julia MARTINEZ, et al., 1977 WL 189113, *189113+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1977) Brief for the United States as Amicus Curiae (NO. 76-682) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3639 The REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1977 WL 189544, *189544+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1977) Brief for Amicus Curiae Henry A. Waxman in Support of Respondent (NO. 76-811) HN: 5 (S.Ct.)

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3640 Billy DUREN, Petitioner, v. State of Missouri, Respondent., 1977 WL 189874, *189874+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1977) Brief for Petitioner (NO. 77-6067) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3641 THE ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, Defendant-Appellant, v. SOCIALIST WORKERS' PARTY, Et Al., Plaintiffs-Appellees. THE ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, Intervening Defendant-Appellant, v. Gerald ROSE, Et Al., Plantiffs-Appellees, CHICAGO BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS, Defendant-Appellee., 1977 WL 189933, *189933+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1977) Brief of Appellee -- Socialist Workers' Party, et al. (NO. 77-1248) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3642 Mark David OLIPHANT and Daniel B. Belgarde, Petitioners, v. THE SUQUAMISH INDIAN TRIBE, et al., Respondents., 1977 WL 189300, *189300 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 27, 1977) Brief of Amici Curiae Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation, Washington, and Makah Indian Tribe of the Makah Indian Reservation, Washington (NO. 76-5729) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3643 Spicer v. Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama, 1977 WL 205259, *205259 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 06, 1977) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 77-525) 3644 Hicklin v. Orbeck, 1977 WL 204989, *204989 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 29, 1977) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 77-324) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3645 Santa Clara PUEBLO, et al., Petitioners, v. Julia MARTINEZ, et al., Respondents., 1977 WL 189106, *189106+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 27, 1977) Respondents' Brief (NO. 76-682) 3646 James Y. CARTER, Public Vehicle License Commissioner of the City of Chicago, Petitioner, v. Luther MILLER, on his own behalf and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Respondent., 1977 WL 189660, *189660+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 18, 1977) Brief of Respondent (NO. 76-1171) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3647 Christiansburg Garment Company v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1977 WL 205003, *205003+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 18, 1977) Brief for the National Chamber Litigation Center as Amicus Curiae (NO. 76-1383) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3648 Carter v. Miller, 1977 WL 205187, *205187+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 18, 1977) Brief of Respondent (NO. 76-1171) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3649 Spencer v. Spencer, 1977 WL 204964, *204964 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 10, 1977) Statement as to Jurisdiction (NO. 77-234) 3650 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioners, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1977 WL 187976, *187976+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 06, 1977) Brief of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America Amicus Curiae (NO. 76-811) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3651 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioners, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1977 WL 189550, *189550+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 06, 1977) Brief of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America Amicus Curiae. (NO. 76-811) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3652 The Regents of the University of California v. Bakke, 1977 WL 204794, *204794+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 06, 1977) Brief of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of Amer-

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3653 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1977 WL 187996, *187996+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 05, 1977) Brief for Amicus Curiae Henry A. Waxman in Support of Respondent (NO. 76-811) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3654 Regents of the University of California v. Bakke, 1977 WL 204792, *204792+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 05, 1977) Brief of American Subcontractors Association, Amicus Curiae in Support of Respondent (NO. 76-811) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3655 CITY OF LOS ANGELES, Department of Water and Power, a body corporate and politic; Members of the Board of Water and Power Commissioners of the Department of Water and Power, City of Los Angeles; Members of the Board of Administration of the Department of Water and Power Employees' Retirement, Disability and Death Benefit Insurance Plan; Henry G. Bodkin, Jr.; Katherine B. Dunlap; Burton J. Gindler; Michael Glazer; Herbert C. Ward; Louis J. Weidner, Jr.; Ralph, 1977 WL 189195, *189195+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 02, 1977) Petitioners' Reply Brief. (NO. 76-1810) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 3656 CHRISTIANSBURG GARMENT COMPANY, Petitioner, v. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION, Respondent., 1977 WL 189689, *189689+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 1977) Brief for the National Chamber Litigation Center as Amicus Curiae (NO. 76-1383) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3657 Hill v. Garner, 1977 WL 204948, *204948+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 25, 1977) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 77-132) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3658 Santa Clara PUEBLO, et al, Petitioners, v. Julia MARTINEZ, et al, Respondents., 1977 WL 189105, *189105+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 15, 1977) Brief for Petitioners (NO. 76-682) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3659 Santa Clara PUEBLO, et al., Petitioners, v. Julia MARTINEZ, et al.,, 1977 WL 189109, *189109+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 15, 1977) Brief of the Shoshone and Arapahoe Tribes of the Wind River Indian Reservation, and the National Congress of American Indians as Amici Curiae (NO. 76-682) 3660 Santa Clara PUEBLO, et al., Petitioners, v. Julia MARTINEZ, et al., Respondents., 1977 WL 189111, *189111+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 15, 1977) Motion to File Brief Amici Curiae and Brief of Amici Curiae of the Pueblo de Cochiti, the Pueblo of Isleta, the Pueblo of Jemez, the Pueblo of Laguna, the Pueblo of Sandia, the Pueblo of Zia, the ... (NO. 76-682) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3661 Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez, 1977 WL 204928, *204928+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 15, 1977) Brief of the Shoshone and Arapahoe Tribes of the Wind River Indian Reservation, and the National Congress of American Indians as Amici Curiae (NO. 76-682) 3662 Leigh v. State of Oklahoma, 1977 WL 204901, *204901+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 11, 1977) Statement as to Jurisdiction (NO. 77-61) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3663 Russell v. City of Raytown, Missouri, 1977 WL 205311, *205311 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 13, 1977) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 76-1778) " 3664 REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioners, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1977 WL 188006, *188006+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 10, 1977) Brief of the American Bar Association, Amicus Curiae (NO. 76-811)

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3665 REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioners, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent, 1977 WL 189534, *189534+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 10, 1977) Brief of the American Bar Association, Amicus Curiae (NO. 76-811) 3666 Joseph A. CALIFANO, Jr., Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, Appellant, v. John A. JOBST, Appellee., 1977 WL 189313, *189313+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 09, 1977) Brief for the Appellee (NO. 76-860) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3667 Califano v. Jobst, 1977 WL 204823, *204823+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 09, 1977) Brief for the Appellee (NO. 76-860) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3668 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1977 WL 187972, *187972+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 07, 1977) Brief of the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Northern California, the ACLU of Southern California, Amici Curiae (NO. 76-811) 3669 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1977 WL 187981, *187981+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 07, 1977) Brief Amicus Curiae for the National Association of Minority Contractors and Minority Contractors Association of Northern California, Inc. in Support of Petitioner (NO. 76-811) 3670 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1977 WL 189521, *189521+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 07, 1977) Brief of the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Northern California, the ACLU of Southern California, Amici Curiae (NO. 76-811) 3671 The Regents of the University of California v. Bakke, 1977 WL 204795, *204795+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 07, 1977) Brief Amicus Curiae for the National Association of Minority Contractors and Minority Contractors Association of Northern California, Inc. in Support of Petitioner (NO. 76-811) 3672 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1977 WL 189505, *189505+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 04, 1977) Brief Amicus Curiae for the National Association of Minority Contractors and Minority Contractors Association of Northern California, Inc. in Support of Petitioner (NO. 76-811) 3673 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allan BAKKE., 1977 WL 188003, *188003+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 03, 1977) Brief of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., as Amicus Curiae (NO. 76-811) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3674 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1977 WL 189496, *189496+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 03, 1977) Brief of the Society of American Law Teachers, Amicus Curiae (NO. 76-811) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3675 Estate of Sallye Lipscomb French John W. KEY, et al., Appellants, v. Michael M. DOYLE, et al., Appellees., 1977 WL 189588, *189588+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 03, 1977) Brief of Appellee St. Matthews Cathedral (NO. 76-1057) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3676 Estate of Sallye Libscomb French John W. KEY, et al., Appellants, v. Michael M. DOYLE, et al., Appellees., 1977 WL 189589, *189589 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 03, 1977) Brief for Appellee Calvary Baptist Church (NO. 76-1057) 3677 Estate of Sallye Libscomb French v. Doyle, 1977 WL 205141, *205141 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 03, 1977) Brief for Appellee Calvary Baptist Church (NO. 76-1057)

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3678 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BOSTON, New England Merchants National Bank, the Gillette Company, Digital Equipment Corporation, and Wyman-Gordon Company, Appellants, v. Francis X. BELLOTTI, Attorney General, Appellee., 1977 WL 189649, *189649+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 02, 1977) Brief for Appellants (NO. 76-1172) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3679 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allan BAKKE., 1977 WL 189503, *189503+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 1977) Brief of the Naacp Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., as Amicus Curiae (NO. 76-811) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3680 Estate of Sallye Lipscomb French John W. KEY, et al., Appellants, v. Michael M. DOYLE, et al., Appellees., 1977 WL 189587, *189587+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 05, 1977) Brief for John W. Key, et al (NO. 76-1057) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3681 Estate of Sallye Lipscomb French v. Doyle, 1977 WL 205139, *205139+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 05, 1977) Brief for John W. Key, et al. (NO. 76-1057) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3682 Lalli v. Lalli, 1977 WL 205249, *205249+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 05, 1977) Brief Amicus Curiae of the Legal Aid Society of New York City and Legal Services for the Elderly Poor in Support of Appellant. (NO. 77-1115) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3683 NASHVILLE GAS COMPANY, Petitioner, v. Nora D. SATTY, Respondent., 1977 WL 189752, *189752 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 26, 1977) Brief Amici Curiae of American Civil Liberties Union and Women's Legal Defense Fund (NO. 75-536) 3684 Nashville Gas Company v. Satty, 1977 WL 204718, *204718 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 26, 1977) Brief Amici Curiae of American Civil Liberties Union and Women's Legal Defense Fund (NO. 75-536) 3685 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allen BAAKE, Respondent., 1977 WL 187973, *187973+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 07, 1977) Brief of Amicus Curiae Cleveland State University Chapter of the Black American Law Students Association (NO. 76-811) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3686 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allen BAAKE, Respondent., 1977 WL 189488, *189488+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 07, 1977) Brief of Amicus Curiae Cleveland State University Chapter of the Black American Law Students Association (NO. 76-811) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3687 The Regents of the University of California v. Baake, 1977 WL 204790, *204790+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 07, 1977) Brief of Amicus Curiae Cleveland State University Chapter of the Black American Law Students Association (NO. 76-811) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3688 Lester BALDWIN, Richard Carlson, Jerome J. Huseby, David R. Lee, and Donald J. Moris, Appellants, v. FISH AND GAME COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF MONTANA; Wesley Woodgerd, Director of the Department of Fish and Game of the State of Montana; Arthur Hagenston; Willis B. Jones; Joseph J. Klabunde; W. Leslie Pengelly; and Arnold Reider, Commissioners of the Fish and Game Commission of the State of Montana, Appellees., 1977 WL 189635, *189635+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 1977) Brief of Appellants (NO. 76-1150) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3689 E. C. DOTHARD, et al., Appellants, v. Brenda M. MIETH, et al., Appellees., 1977 WL 189482, *189482+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 29, 1977) State of California Amicus Curiae Brief. (NO. 76-422) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.)

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3690 Nashville Gas Company v. Satty, 1977 WL 204715, *204715+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 19, 1977) Brief for the Petitioner (NO. 75-536) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3691 Judith Anita PHILLIPS, widow of David Emanuel Phillips, deceased, Petitioner, v. DEKALB COUNTY, GEORGIA, Respondent. United States of America, Respondent, Third-Party Plaintiff, v. Machinery Buyers Corp., and Southeast Machinery, Inc., Respondent, Third-Party Defendants., 1977 WL 189809, *189809+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 03, 1977) Brief of Petitioner Judith Anita Phillips (NO. 76-659) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3692 FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY, Petitioner, v. DEKALB COUNTY, GEORGIA, et al., Respondents., 1977 WL 189810, *189810+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 02, 1977) Brief of Petitioner on the Merits (NO. 76-700) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3693 E. C. DOTHARD, et al., Appellants, v. Brenda M. MIETH, et al., Appellees., 1977 WL 189478, *189478 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 24, 1977) Motion of American Civil Liberties Union for Leave to File and Brief Amicus Curiae (NO. 76-422) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3694 Vorchheimer v. School District of Philadelphia, 1977 WL 204768, *204768+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 17, 1977) Reply Brief for the Petitioners. (NO. 76-37) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3695 Henry SMITH, etc., et al., Appellants-Defendants, v. ORGANIZATION OF FOSTER FAMILIES FOR EQUALITY AND REFORM, etc., et al., Appellees. Bernard SHAPIRO, etc., et al., Appellants-Defendants, v. ORGANIZATION OF FOSTER FAMILIES FOR EQUALITY AND REFORM, etc., et al., Appellees. Naomi RODRIGUEZ, etc., et al., Appellants-Intervenors, v. ORGANIZATION OF FOSTER FAMILIES FOR EQUALITY AND REFORM, etc., et al., Appellees. Danielle and Eric GANDY, etc., et al.,, 1977 WL 189092, *189092+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 11, 1977) Brief for Appellees Organization of Foster Families for Equality and Reform, etc., et al. (NO. 76-180, 76-183, 76-5193, 76-5200) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3696 Smith v. Organization of Foster Families for Equality and Reform, 1977 WL 205078, *205078+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 11, 1977) Brief for Appellees Organization of Foster Families for Equality and Reform, etc., et al. (NO. 76-180, 76-183, 76-5193, 76-5200) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3697 French v. Doyle, 1977 WL 205142, *205142+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 31, 1977) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 76-1057) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3698 E. C. DOTHARD, et al., Appellants, v. Brenda M. MIETH, et al., Appellees., 1977 WL 189472, *189472+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 24, 1977) Brief of Appellants (NO. 76-422) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3699 James E. DOUGLAS, Jr., Appellant, v. SEACOAST PRODUCTS, INC., the New Smith Meal Company, Inc., and Second Oceanic Corporation, Appellees., 1977 WL 189764, *189764+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 11, 1977) Reply Brief for the Appellant (NO. 75-1255) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3700 Douglas v. Seacoast Products, Inc., 1977 WL 205251, *205251+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 11, 1977) Reply Brief for the Appellant (NO. 75-1255) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3701 Ernest John DOBBERT, Jr., Petitioner, v. State of Florida, Respondent., 1977 WL 189219, *189219+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 07, 1977) Brief for Petitioner (NO. 76-5306) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3702 Susan Lynn VORCHHEIMER by Her Parents Bert and Carol Vorchheimer Guardians Ad Litem on Her Own Behalf and on Behalf of All Others Similarly Situated, Petitioners, v. SCHOOL DIS-

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TRICT OF PHILADELPHIA and Matthew W. Costanzo Superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia, Respondents., 1977 WL 189424, *189424+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 04, 1977) Brief for the Respondents. (NO. 76-37) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3703 Vorchheimer v. School District of Philadelphia, 1977 WL 204767, *204767+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 04, 1977) Brief for the Respondents. (NO. 76-37) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3704 Jordan v. Godwin, 1977 WL 205110, *205110+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 03, 1977) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 76-923) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3705 Stanley BLACKLEDGE, Warden, et al., Petitioners, v. Gary Darrell ALLISON, Respondent., 1976 WL 181685, *181685+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 27, 1976) Brief for Respondent (NO. 75-1693) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3706 OHIO BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT SERVICES, et al., Appellants, v. Leonard Paul HODORY, Appellee., 1976 WL 181692, *181692+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 27, 1976) Brief of Appellee (NO. 75-1707) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3707 Zablocki v. Redhail, 1976 WL 194605, *194605 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 27, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 76-879) 3708 Vorchheimer v. School District of Philadelphia, 1976 WL 194490, *194490+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 10, 1976) Motion for Leave to File Brief Amici Curiae and Annexed Brief of the American Jewish Committee and the N.O.W. Legal Defense and Education Fund (NO. 76-37) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3709 Susan Lynn VORCHHEIMER, by her parents Bert and Carol Vorchheimer, guardians ad litem, on her own behalf and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Petitioners, v. SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PHILADELPHIA and Matthew W. Costanzo, Superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia, Respondents., 1976 WL 181263, *181263+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 02, 1976) Brief for the Petitioners (NO. 76-37) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3710 Santa Clara PUEBLO, et al., Petitioners, v. Julia MARTINEZ, et al., Respondents., 1976 WL 181158, *181158+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 01, 1976) Motion for Leave to File Brief as Amici Curiae and Brief Amici Curiae of the Seneca Nation of Indians of New York and the Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc. in Support of the Petition for ... (NO. 76-682) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3711 Deta Mona TRIMBLE and Jessie Trimble, Appellants, v. Joseph Roosevelt GORDON, et al., Appellees., 1976 WL 181303, *181303+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 24, 1976) Reply Brief of the Appellants (NO. 75-5952) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3712 Trimble v. Gordon, 1976 WL 194476, *194476+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 24, 1976) Reply Brief of the Appellants (NO. 75-5952) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3713 THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1976 WL 178776, *178776+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1976) Brief of the Society of American Law Teachers, Amicus Curiae (NO. 76-811) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3714 Santa Clara PUEBLO, et al., Petitioners, v. Julia MARTINEZ, et al., Respondents., 1976 WL 181157, *181157 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1976) Motion of the Shoshone and Arapahoe Tribes of the Wind River Indian Reservation, and the National Congress of American Indians for Leave to File Brief Amici Curiae and Brief Amici Curiae. (NO. 76-682) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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3715 Gordon M. AMBACH, as Commissioner of Education of the State of New York, Vincent Gazzetta, as Director of Teacher Education and Certification of the Education Department of the State of New York and Robert Asher, as Director of the Division of Professional Conduct of the Education Department of the State of New York, Appellants, v. Susan M. W. NORWICK, Appellee, Tarja U. K. DACHINGER, Intervenor Appellee., 1976 WL 181231, *181231+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1976) Motion and Brief on Behalf of Amici Washington Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., Asian-American Legal Defense and Education Fund (NO. 76-808) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3716 REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner. v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1976 WL 181283, *181283+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1976) Brief of Amercian Subcontractors Association, Amicus Curiae in Support of Respondent (NO. 76-811) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3717 NASHVILLE GAS COMPANY, Petitioner, v. Nora D. SATTY, Respondent., 1976 WL 181475, *181475+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1976) Brief for the Petitioner (NO. 75-536) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3718 Hugh CAREY, individually and as Governor of the State of New York, Louis J. Lefkowitz, individually and as Attorney General of the State of New York, Albert J. Sica, individually and as Executive Secretary of the Board of Pharmacy of the State of New York; and Board of Pharmacy of the State of New York, Appellants, v. POPULATION SERVICES INTERNATIONAL, Dr. Anna T. Rand, Dr. Edward Elkin, Dr. Charles Arnold, The Reverend James B. Hagen, John Doe and Population Planning, 1976 WL 178657, *178657+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 04, 1976) Brief for Appellees (NO. 75-443) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3719 Hugh CAREY, individually and as Governor of the State of New York, Louis J. Lefkowitz, individually and as Attorney General of the State of New York, Albert J. Sica, individually and as Executive Secretary of the Board of Pharmacy of the State of New York; and Board of Pharmacy of the State of New York, Appellants, v. POPULATION SERVICES INTERNATIONAL, Dr. Anna T. Rand, Dr. Edward Elkin, Dr. Charles Arnold, The Reverend James B. Hagen, John Doe and Population Planning, 1976 WL 181359, *181359+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 04, 1976) Brief for Appellees (NO. 75-443) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3720 Carey v. Population Services International, 1976 WL 194146, *194146+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 04, 1976) Brief for Appellees (NO. 75-443) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3721 Carey v. Population Services International, 1976 WL 194148, *194148+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 01, 1976) Brief as Amici Curiae for Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc., Planned Parenthood of New York City, Inc. and Association of Planned Parenthood Physicians, Inc. (NO. 75-443) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3722 Edwards v. Price, 1976 WL 194528, *194528+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 01, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 76-466) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3723 Curtis CRAIG, and Carolyn Whitener, d1b1a ""The Honk and Holler,"" Appellants, v. Hon. David BOREN, Governor, State of Oklahoma, Hon. Larry Derryberry, Attorney General, State of Oklahoma, Hon. D. M. Berry, Chairman, Hon. Lawton L. Leininger, Vice-Chairman, Hon. J. L. Merrill, Secretary-Member, Oklahoma Tax Commission, Hon. Ray Wall, Presiding Judge, Ninth Judicial District Court, State of Oklahoma, Hon. Charles H. Headrick, District Attorney, Ninth Judicial, 1976 WL 181332, *181332+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 29, 1976) Reply Brief of Ap-

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3724 Craig v. Boren, 1976 WL 194245, *194245+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 29, 1976) Reply Brief of Appellants (NO. 75-628) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 3725 Edward W. MAHER, Commissioner of Social Services of the State of Connecticut, Appellant, v. Susan ROE, et al., Appellees., 1976 WL 181642, *181642+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 28, 1976) Brief of Appellees (NO. 75-1440) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3726 DELAWARE TRIBAL BUSINESS COMMITTEE, et al., Appellants, v. Wanda June WEEKS, Appellee. (No. 75-1301) Absentee Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma Business Committee, et al., Appellants, v. Wanda June Weeks, et al., Appellees. (No. 75-1335) Thomas S. Kleppe, Secretary of the Interior, et al., Appellants, v. Wanda June Weeks, et al., Appellees. (No. 75-1495), 1976 WL 181621, *181621+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 21, 1976) Brief for Appellees (NO. 75-1301, 75-1335, 75-1495) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3727 Delaware Tribal Business Committee v. Weeks, 1976 WL 194378, *194378+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 21, 1976) Brief for Appellees (NO. 75-1301, 75-1335, 75-1495) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3728 General Electric Company v. Gilbert, 1976 WL 194043, *194043+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 16, 1976) Supplemental Brief for Petitioner, General Electric Company, on Reargument (NO. 74-1589, 74-1590) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3729 F. David MATHEWS, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, Appellant, v. Helen DE CASTRO, Appellee., 1976 WL 181528, *181528+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 15, 1976) Brief for Appellee (NO. 75-1197) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3730 Mathews v. De Castro, 1976 WL 194732, *194732+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 15, 1976) Brief for Appellee (NO. 75-1197) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3731 Inez MOORE, Appellant, v. CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO, Appellee., 1976 WL 178723, *178723 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 18, 1976) Brief for the Appellee (NO. 75-6289) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3732 Inez MOORE, Appellant, v. CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio, Appellee., 1976 WL 181337, *181337 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 18, 1976) Brief for the Appellee (NO. 75-6289) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3733 REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner, v. Allan BAKKE, Respondent., 1976 WL 178774, *178774+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 1976) Brief of American Subcontractors Association, Amicus Curiae in Support of Respondent (NO. 76-811) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3734 Acs v. Brady, 1976 WL 194562, *194562+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 28, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 76-127) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3735 Smith v. Smith, 1976 WL 194502, *194502+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 26, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 76-107) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3736 Bruce v. Wichita State University, 1976 WL 194491, *194491+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 12, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 76-38) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3737 Inez MOORE, Appellant, v. CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO, Appellee., 1976 WL 178722, *178722+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 05, 1976) Brief for the Appellant (NO. 75-6289) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3738 Inez MOORE, Appellant, v. CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio, Appellee., 1976 WL 181334,

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*181334+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 05, 1976) Brief for the Appellant (NO. 75-6289) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3739 Inez MOORE, Appellant, v. CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO, Appellee., 1976 WL 178724, *178724+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 02, 1976) Brief of the American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Greater Cleveland, Amici Curiae (NO. 75-6289) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3740 Inez MOORE, Appellant, v. CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio, Appellee., 1976 WL 181341, *181341+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 02, 1976) Brief of the American Civil Liberties Union and the Aclu of Greater Cleveland, Amici Curiae (NO. 75-6289) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3741 Ahearn v. Grazia, 1976 WL 194462, *194462+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 02, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement. (NO. 75-1911) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3742 Habron v. Epstein, 1976 WL 194463, *194463 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 02, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 75-1913) 3743 In Re Harlan H. Robb, 1976 WL 194464, *194464+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 02, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 75-1917) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3744 F. David MATHEWS, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, Appellant, v. Leon GOLDFARB, Appellee., 1976 WL 181387, *181387+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 1976) Brief for Appellee (NO. 75-699) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3745 Adams v. Harris County, Texas, 1976 WL 194449, *194449+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 16, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 75-1818) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3746 Schanefelt v. Paradiso, 1976 WL 194693, *194693+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 10, 1976) Answer to Appellee's Motion to Dismiss or Affirm (NO. 75-1079) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3747 Allen v. St. Luke's Hospital of Kansas City, 1976 WL 194445, *194445+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 07, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 75-1793) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3748 F. David MATHEWS, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, Appellant, v. Leon GOLDFARB., 1976 WL 181385, *181385+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 1976) Brief for the Appellant (NO. 75-699) " HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 3749 Robert P. WHALEN, as Commissioner of Health of the State of New York, Appellant, v. Richard ROE, an infant by Robert Roe, his parent; John Doe, an infant by Mary Doe, his parent; James Moe, an infant by Michael Moe, his parent; John Poe, Matthew T. Brody, Israel L. Schmierer and Empire State Physicians Guild, Inc., Appellees, George Patient, Martha Patient, Gerald L. Lustig, and The American Federation of Physicians and Dentists, Intervenor-Appellees., 1976 WL 181400, *181400+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 21, 1976) Brief for Appellant (NO. 75-839) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3750 Deta Mona TRIMBLE and Jessie Trimble, Appellants, v. Joseph Roosevelt GORDON, et al., Appellees., 1976 WL 181301, *181301+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 05, 1976) Brief of the Appellants (NO. 75-5952) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3751 In re Estate of Sherman GORDON, Deceased, Deta Mona TRIMBLE, and Jessie Trimble, Appellants, v. Joseph Roosevelt GORDON, Ethel Mae King, William Gordon, Hellie Mae Gordey, and Mary Lois Gordon, Appellees., 1976 WL 181304, *181304+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 05, 1976) Brief of the American Civil Liberties Union, Amicus Curiae (NO. 75-5952) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3752 Curtis CRAIG and Carolyn Whitener, d1b1a ""The Honk and Holler,"" Appellants, v. Honorable

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David BOREN, Governor, State of Oklahoma, Honorable Larry Derryberry, Attorney General, State of Oklahoma, Honorable D. M. Berry, Chairman, Honorable Lawton L. Leininger, ViceChairman, Honorable J. L. Merrill, Secretary-Member, Oklahoma Tax Commission, Honorable Ray Wall, Presiding Judge, Ninth Judicial District Court, State of Oklahoma, Honorable Charles H., 1976 WL 181330, *181330+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 01, 1976) Brief of Appellees (NO. 75-628) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3753 Craig v. Boren, 1976 WL 194244, *194244+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 01, 1976) Brief of Appellees (NO. 75-628) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3754 Davis v. Davis, 1976 WL 194302, *194302+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 30, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 75-1592) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3755 Ziviak v. United States of America, 1976 WL 194435, *194435 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 15, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 75-1490) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3756 Hadley v. The State of New Hampshire, 1976 WL 194398, *194398+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 29, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 75-1386) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3757 Butz v. Hein, 1976 WL 194750, *194750 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 05, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 75-1261) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3758 Standard Oil Company v. Sharpe, 1976 WL 194737, *194737+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 03, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 75-1250) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3759 DREW MUNICIPAL SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT, et al., Petitioners, v. Katie Mae ANDREWS, et al., Respondents., 1976 WL 181173, *181173+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 26, 1976) Reply Brief for Petitioners (NO. 74-1318) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3760 Curtis CRAIG and Carolyn Whitener, d1b1a ""The Honk and Holler,"" Appellants, v. Hon. David BOREN, Governor, State of Oklahoma, Hon. Larry Derryberry, Attorney General, State of Oklahoma, Hon. D. M. Berry, Chairman, Hon. Lawton L. Leininger, Vice-Chairman, Hon. J. L. Merrill, Secretary-Member, Oklahoma Tax Commission, Hon. Ray Wall, Presiding Judge, Ninth Judicial District Court, State of Oklahoma, Hon. Charles H. Headrick, District Attorney, Ninth Judicial, 1976 WL 181333, *181333+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 26, 1976) Motion of American Civil Liberties Union for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae and Brief Amicus Curiae (NO. 75-628) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3761 Drew Municipal Separate School v. Andrews, 1976 WL 194021, *194021+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 26, 1976) Reply Brief for Petitioners (NO. 74-1318) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3762 Craig v. Boren, 1976 WL 194246, *194246+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 26, 1976) Motion of American Civil Liberties Union for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae and Brief Amicus Curiae (NO. 75-628) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3763 Shade v. The Public Utilities Commission of the State of California, 1976 WL 194722, *194722 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 17, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 75-1163) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3764 Lalli v. Lalli, 1976 WL 194702, *194702+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 12, 1976) Jurisdictional Statement (NO. 75-1148) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 3765 METROPOLITAN HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, et al., Respondents, v. THE VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, et al., Petitioners, Northwest Opportunity Center and Eluteria D. Maldonado, Intervening, Respondents., 1976 WL 181305, *181305+ (Appellate

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3766 Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation v. The Village of Arlington Heights, 1976 WL 194239, *194239+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 23, 1976) Petitioners' Brief. (NO. 75-616) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3767 Drew Municipal Separate School District v. Andrews, 1976 WL 194019, *194019+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 05, 1976) Brief of Respondents (NO. 74-1318) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3768 E. C. DOTHARD, et al., appellants, v. Brenda M. MIETH, et al., 1976 WL 181274, *181274+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. 1976) Amicus Brief, United States Supreme Court. (NO. 76-422) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3769 Coleman A. YOUNG, Mayor of the City of Detroit, et al., Petitioners, v. AMERICAN MINI THEATRES, INC., a Michigan corporation, and Pussy Cat Theatres of Michigan, Inc., a Michigan corporation, Respondents. Coleman A. Young, Mayor of the City of Detroit, et al., Petitioners, v. Nortown Theatre, Inc., Respondent., 1975 WL 173868, *173868+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 31, 1975) Brief for Respondent Nortown Theatre, Inc (NO. 75-312) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3770 Harry R. HUGHES, Secretary of Transportation, State of Maryland, et al., Appellants, v. ALEXANDRIA SCRAP CORPORATION, Appellee., 1975 WL 173533, *173533+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 23, 1975) Brief of Appellee (NO. 74-1607) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3771 PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CENTRAL MISSOURI, et al., Appellants, v. John C. DANFORTH, et al., Appellees., 1975 WL 171453, *171453+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 08, 1975) Brief Amicus Curiae on Behalf of the Center for Constitutional Rights and the Women's Law Project (NO. 74-1151, 74-1419) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 3772 PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CENTRAL MISSOURI, a Missouri Corporation, David Hall, M.D., and Michael Freiman, M.D., Appellants, v. John C. DANFORTH, Attorney General of the State of Missouri, and J. Brendan Ryan, Circuit Attorney of the City of St. Louis, Missouri, Appellees. (No. 74-1151) John C. Danforth, Attorney General of the State of Missouri, Appellant, v. Planned Parenthood of Central Missouri, a Missouri Corporation, David Hall, M.D., Michael Freiman, M.D.,, 1975 WL 171451, *171451+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 05, 1975) Brief for Planned Parenthood of Central Missouri, a Missouri Corporation, David Hall, M.D., and Michael Freiman, M.D., Appellants and Cross-Appellees (NO. 74-1151, 74-1419) 3773 Abe LAVINE, individually and in his capacity as Commissioner of the New York State Department of Social Services, Appellant, v. Ronald MILNE, Douglas Streeter, Robert C. Lee, Joe Nathan Beverly, Willie Beverly, Odell Beverly, and John Beverly, by their mother and next friend, Roberta Beverly, individually and on behalf of all other persons similarly situated, Appellees., 1975 WL 173880, *173880+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1975) Brief for Appellees (NO. 74-1137) " HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 3774 LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, A Corporation, Petitioner, v. Sandra WETZEL and Mari Ross, on behalf of Themselves and all others similarly situated, Respondents., 1975 WL 173654, *173654+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 27, 1975) Brief Amici Curiae of Center for Constitutional Rights, Employment Law Center, Equal Rights Advocates, Inc., National Organization for Women, Union Wage, Women's Legal Defense Fund, Women Organized ... (NO. 74-1245) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3775 LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, A Corporation, Petitioner, v. Sandra WETZEL

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and Mari Ross, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated, Respondents., 1975 WL 173653, *173653 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 26, 1975) Brief Amici Curiae of American Civil Liberties Union and National Education Association (NO. 74-1245) 3776 LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, A Corporation, Defendant-Petitioner, v. Sandra WETZEL and Mari Ross, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated, Plaintiffs-Respondents., 1975 WL 173656, *173656+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 22, 1975) Brief Amicus Curiae of Blank Goodman Kelly Rone & Stanley on Behalf of Plaintiffs-Respondents (NO. 74-1245) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3777 Lonnie NORTH, Appellant, v. C. B. RUSSELL and Nathaniel ""Trap"" Helton, Jailer of Harlan County, Appellees., 1975 WL 173570, *173570+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 05, 1975) Brief for Appellant (NO. 74-1409) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3778 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS BOARD OF RETIREMENT; Robert Q. Crane, Angelo Amato and J. Joseph Maloney, Jr., as They are Members of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Retirement; James W. Callanan, Executive Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Retirement; and John F. Kehoe, Jr., Commissioner of Public Safety of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Appellants, v. Robert D. MURGIA, Appellee., 1975 WL 173591, *173591+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 04, 1975) Brief for Legal Services for the Elderly Poor, American Civil Liberties Union, the National Council of Senior Citizens and the Massachusetts Civil Liberties Union, as Amici Curiae (NO. 74-1044) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3779 Gregory NORTON, Jr., etc., Appellant, v. F. David MATHEWS, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, Appellee., 1975 WL 173631, *173631+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 03, 1975) Brief for Appellant (NO. 74-6212) 3780 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS BOARD OF RETIREMENT; Robert Q. Crane, Angelo Amato and J. Joseph Maloney, Jr., as They are Members of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Retirement; James W. Callanan, Executive Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Retirement; and John F. Kehoe, Jr., Commissioner of Public Safety of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Appellants, v. Robert D. MURGIA, Appellee., 1975 WL 173588, *173588+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 28, 1975) Brief of Amici Curiae, the American Association of Retired Persons, the National Retired Teachers Association, and the National Senior Citizens Law Center. (NO. 74-1044) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3781 John T. DUNLOP, Secretary of the United States Department of Labor, et al., Defendants-Appellants, v. TURNER ELKHORN MINING COMPANY, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellees. TURNER ELKHORN MINING COMPANY, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. John T. DUNLOP, Secretary of the United States Department of Labor, et al., Defendants-Appellees., 1975 WL 173613, *173613+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 08, 1975) Consolidated Brief for Turner Elkhorn Mining Company, et al. (NO. 74-1302, 74-1316) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3782 LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, a Corporation, Petitioner, v. Sandra WETZEL and Mari Ross, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated, Respondents., 1975 WL 173651, *173651+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 31, 1975) Brief for Petitioner (NO. 74-1245) 3783 LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, A Corporation, Petitioner, v. Sandra WETZEL and Mari Ross, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated, Respondents., 1975 WL 173662, *173662+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 31, 1975) Brief for General Motors Corpor-

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3784 LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, Petitioner, v. Sandra WETZEL, and Mari Ross, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated, Respondents., 1975 WL 173663, *173663+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 31, 1975) Brief of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company as Amicus Curiae (NO. 74-1245) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3785 LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, a corporation, Defendant-Petitioner, v. Sandra WETZEL and Mari Ross, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated, PlaintiffsRespondents., 1975 WL 173664, *173664+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 31, 1975) Brief of Westinghouse Electric Corporation as Amicus Curiae in Support of the Position of Petitioner (NO. 74-1245) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3786 LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, Petitioner, v. Sandra WETZEL, et al., Respondents., 1975 WL 173667, *173667+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 28, 1975) Brief Amici Curiae of Owens-Illinois, Inc. and the Sherwin-Williams Company (NO. 74-1245) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3787 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS BOARD OF RETIREMENT; Robert Q. Crane, Angelo Amato and J. Joseph Maloney, Jr., as They are Members of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Retirement; James W. Callanan, Executive Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Retirement; and John F. Kehoe, Jr., Commissioner of Public Safety of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Appellants, v. Robert D. MURGIA, Appellee., 1975 WL 173586, *173586+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 17, 1975) Brief for the Appellants (NO. 74-1044) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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3788 Marcel YOUAKIM and Linda Youakim individually and as foster parents, Timothy Robertson, a minor, by his sister and next friend Linda Youakim, Mary Lou Robertson, a minor, by her sister and next friend Linda Youakim, Larry Robertson, a minor, by his sister and next friend Linda Youakim, and Sherry Robertson, a minor, by her sister and next friend Linda Youakim, and all others similarly situated, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Jerome MILLER individually, 1975 WL 173747, *173747+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 11, 1975) Brief for Appellants (NO. 73-6935) 3789 Robert P. WHALEN, as Commissioner of Health of the State of New York, Appellant, v. Richard ROE, an infant, by Robert Roe, his parent; John Doe, an infant, by Mary Doe, his parent; James Moe, an infant, by Michael Moe, his parent; Jane Poe, Matthew T. Brody, Israel L. Schmierer and Empire State Physicians Guild, Inc., Appellees, George Patient, Martha Patient, Gerald L. Lustig and The American Federation Of Physicians and Dentists, Intervenor-Appellees., 1975 WL 173716, *173716+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 1975) Brief of Amicus Curiae State of California (NO. 75-839) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3790 LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, a corporation, Defendant-Petitioner, v. Sandra WETZEL and Mari Ross, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated, PlaintiffsRespondents., 1975 WL 173648, *173648+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 08, 1975) Brief of Westinghouse Electric Corporation as Amicus Curiae in Support of the Petition for Writ of Certiorari (NO. 74-1245) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3791 Weinberger v. Wiesenfeld, 1974 WL 186058, *186058+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 30, 1974) Brief for Amicus Curiae Center for Constitutional Rights (NO. 73-1892) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3792 Normand v. State of Louisiana, 1974 WL 186217, *186217+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 30, 1974) Brief of Respondent (NO. 74-675) HN: 1,3 (S.Ct.) 3793 Weinberger v. Wiesenfeld, 1974 WL 186056, *186056+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 29, 1974) Brief for the Appellant (NO. 73-1892) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3794 Wiesenfeld v. Wiesenfeld, 1974 WL 186057, *186057+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 20, 1974) Brief for Appellee (NO. 73-1892) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3795 Stanton v. Stanton, 1974 WL 187570, *187570+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 06, 1974) Brief for the Appellant (NO. 73-1461) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3796 Austin v. New Hampshire, 1974 WL 186094, *186094+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 23, 1974) Brief for the Appellants (NO. 73-2060) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3797 THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS and Honorable Moon Landrieu, Appellant, v. NANCY DUKES D1B1A LOUISIANA CONCESSIONS, Appellee., 1974 WL 175972, *175972+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct Term 1974) Brief on Behalf of Appellant (NO. 74-775) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3798 Roe v. Norton, 1974 WL 186124, *186124+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 23, 1974) Brief of the Appellee (NO. 73-6033) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3799 Roe v. Norton, 1974 WL 186122, *186122+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 30, 1974) Appellants' Brief (NO. 73-6033) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3800 Taylor v. Louisiana, 1974 WL 186110, *186110+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 09, 1974) Original

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3801 Taylor v. Louisiana, 1974 WL 186109, *186109+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 29, 1974) Brief for Appellant (NO. 73-5744) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3802 Edwards v. Healy, 1974 WL 185827, *185827+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 15, 1974) Brief for Amicus Curiae Center for Constitutional Rights (NO. 73-759) " HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 3803 Gonzalez v. Automatic Employees Credit Union, 1974 WL 185907, *185907+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 13, 1974) Brief for the Appellant (NO. 73-858) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3804 Edwards v. Healy, 1974 WL 185826, *185826+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 03, 1974) Brief of the American Bar Association, Amicus Curiae (NO. 73-759) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3805 Edwards v. Healy, 1974 WL 185825, *185825+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 02, 1974) Brief for Appellees (NO. 73-759) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3806 Cox Broadcasting Corp. v. Cohn, 1974 WL 185936, *185936+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. May 02, 1974) Brief for Multimedia, Inc., as Amicus Curiae (NO. 73-938) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3807 Edwards v. Healy, 1974 WL 185824, *185824+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 04, 1974) Brief for Appellants (NO. 73-759) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3808 Geduldig v. Aiello, 1974 WL 185749, *185749+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 22, 1974) Reply Brief for Appellant (NO. 73-640) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3809 Geduldig v. Aiello, 1974 WL 185756, *185756+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 20, 1974) Brief of the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission as Amicus Curiae (NO. 73-640) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3810 Geduldig v. Aiello, 1974 WL 185751, *185751+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 15, 1974) Brief of International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers, AFL-CIO-CLC, as Amicus Curiae (NO. 73-640) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3811 Geduldig v. Aiello, 1974 WL 185753, *185753+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 15, 1974) Brief Amici Curiae of the American Civil Liberties Union, the Center for Constitutional Rights and the National Organization for Women (NO. 73-640) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3812 Geduldig v. Aiello, 1974 WL 185752, *185752+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 13, 1974) Brief for Appellees (NO. 73-640) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3813 Geduldig v. Aiello, 1974 WL 186477, *186477+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 12, 1974) Brief Amicus Curiae of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America in Support of the Appellant. (NO. 73-640) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3814 Geduldig v. Aiello, 1974 WL 185748, *185748+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 11, 1974) Brief of Merchants and Manufacturers Association, et al., as Amici Curiae. (NO. 73-640) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3815 Geduldig v. Aiello, 1974 WL 185755, *185755+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 11, 1974) Brief for General Electric Company. as Amicus Curiae (NO. 73-640) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3816 Geduldig v. Aiello, 1974 WL 185750, *185750+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 09, 1974) Brief for Appellant (NO. 73-640) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3817 Geduldig v. Aiello, 1974 WL 186476, *186476+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 30, 1974) Brief of Pacific Legal Foundation as Amicus Curiae in Support of Appellant (NO. 73-640) HN:

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3,4 (S.Ct.) 3818 Browndale International Limited v. Bd. of Adjustment f, 1974 WL 185911, *185911+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 23, 1974) Supplemental Brief (NO. 73-886) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3819 Kahn v. Shevin, 1974 WL 185605, *185605+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 18, 1974) Brief for Appellees (NO. 73-78) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3820 Village of Belle Terre v. Boraas, 1974 WL 187429, *187429+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 07, 1974) Brief for Appellees (NO. 73-191) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3821 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS BOARD OF RETIREMENT; Robert Q. Crane, Angelo Amato and J. Joseph Maloney, Jr., as They are Members of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Retirement; James W. Callanan, Executive Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Retirement; and John F. Kehoe, Jr., Commissioner of Public Safety of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Appellants, v. Robert D. MURGIA, Appellee., 1974 WL 175951, *175951+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. 1974) Brief for Appellee (NO. 74-1044) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3822 Kahn v. Shevin, 1973 WL 172384, *172384+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 18, 1973) Brief for Appellants (NO. 73-78) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3823 Hagans v. Lavine, 1973 WL 171737, *171737+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 27, 1973) Reply Brief of Petitioners (NO. 72-6476) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3824 Spatt v. New York, 1973 WL 172492, *172492 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 07, 1973) Reply to Motion to Dismiss or Affirm (NO. 73-545) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3825 Christian v. New York State Dept. of Labor, 1973 WL 172350, *172350+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 25, 1973) Reply Brief for Appellants (NO. 72-5704) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3826 Geduldig v. Aiello, 1973 WL 172741, *172741+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 23, 1973) Brief Amicus Curiae of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America in Support of the Jurisdictional Statement. (NO. 73-640) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3827 Johnson v. Robison, 1973 WL 171907, *171907+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 15, 1973) Brief for Appellee (NO. 72-1297) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3828 Cleveland Bd. of Educ. v. Fleur, 1973 WL 172671, *172671+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 10, 1973) Motion and Brief Amicus Curiae of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America. (NO. 72-1129, 72-777) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3829 Lau v. Nichols, 1973 WL 172357, *172357+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 06, 1973) Brief of Respondents (NO. 72-6520) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3830 Cleveland Bd. of Educ. v. La Fleur, 1973 WL 173847, *173847+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 02, 1973) Memorandum for the United States as Amicus Curiae (NO. 72-1129, 72-777) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3831 Johnson v. Robison, 1973 WL 171908, *171908+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 28, 1973) Brief for the National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors as Amicus Curiae (NO. 72-1297) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3832 Cleveland Bd. of Educ. v. La Fleur, 1973 WL 173846, *173846+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 10, 1973) Brief of the Attorney General of the State of California, on Behalf of the California Department of Human Resources Development as Amicus Curiae (NO. 72-1129, 72-777) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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3833 Cohen v. Chesterfield County School Bd., 1973 WL 172269, *172269+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 09, 1973) Brief for Respondents (NO. 72-1129) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3834 Cleveland Bd. of Educ. v. Fleur, 1973 WL 172669, *172669+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 06, 1973) Brief for Respondents (NO. 72-777) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3835 Cleveland Bd. of Educ. v. LaFleur, 1973 WL 172672, *172672+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 06, 1973) Motion for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae and Brief Amicus Curiae in Support of Affirmance (NO. 72-777) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3836 Lau v. Nichols, 1973 WL 172367, *172367+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 24, 1973) Brief Amicus Curiae of the Center for Law and Education, Harvard University in Support of the Petitioners (NO. 72-6520) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3837 Cohen v. Chesterfield County School Bd., 1973 WL 172268, *172268+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 06, 1973) Brief for Petitioner (NO. 72-1129) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3838 Cohen v. Chesterfield County School Bd., 1973 WL 172270, *172270+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 05, 1973) Motion of Delta Air Lines, Inc., for Leave to file Brief as Amicus Curiae and Brief of Delta Air Lines, Inc., as Amicus Curiae (NO. 72-1129) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3839 Cleveland Bd. of Educ. v. La Fleur, 1973 WL 173845, *173845+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 21, 1973) Brief for Petitioners (NO. 72-777) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3840 Christian v. New York State Dept. of Labor, 1973 WL 172347, *172347+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 15, 1973) Brief for Appellants (NO. 72-5704) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3841 Christian v. New York State Dept. of Labor, 1973 WL 172351, *172351+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 15, 1973) Brief Amici Curiae for National Association of Letter Carriers (AFL-CIO) and American Federation of Government Employees (AFL-CIO) (NO. 72-5704) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3842 U.S. Dept. of Agriculture v. Murry, 1973 WL 172069, *172069+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 19, 1973) Reply Brief for the Appellants (NO. 72-848) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3843 U.S. Dept. of Agriculture v. Murry, 1973 WL 172070, *172070+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 17, 1973) Brief for Appellees (NO. 72-848) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3844 U.S. Dept. of Agriculture v. Moreno, 1973 WL 172026, *172026+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 28, 1973) Brief for Appellees (NO. 72-534) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3845 Vlandis v. Kline., 1973 WL 172574, *172574+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Mar 08, 1973) Appellees' Brief (NO. 72-493) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3846 Pittsburgh Press Co. v. The Pittsburgh Comm'n on Human, 1973 WL 171999, *171999+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 20, 1973) Brief for the Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations and the City of Pittsburgh, Respondents (NO. 72-419) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3847 Pittsburgh Press Co. v. The Pittsburgh Com. on Human R, 1973 WL 172000, *172000+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 20, 1973) Brief for the National Organization for Women, Inc. Intervenor-Respondent (NO. 72-419) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3848 Pittsburgh Press Co. v. The Pittsburgh Com'n on Human, 1973 WL 172003, *172003+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 15, 1973) Brief for Amici Curiae, Pennsylvania Commission on the Status of Women, Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (NO. 72-419) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.)

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3849 Pittsburgh Press Co. v. The Pittsburgh Com'n. on Human, 1973 WL 172007, *172007+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Feb 1973) Amicus Curiae Brief in Support of Affirmance (NO. 72-419) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3850 Morris v. Richardson, 1973 WL 173888, *173888+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 09, 1973) Brief for the Respondent (NO. 71-6698) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3851 Brown v. Chote, 1973 WL 171674, *171674+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jan 04, 1973) Brief for Appellee (NO. 71-1583) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3852 Frontiero v. Laird, 1972 WL 137566, *137566+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 27, 1972) Brief for the Appellees (NO. 71-1694) " HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 3853 Fleur v. Cleveland Bd. of Educ., 1972 WL 136523, *136523+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 26, 1972) Brief for Respondents in Opposition (NO. 72-777) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 3854 Struck v. Secretary of Defense, 1972 WL 135840, *135840+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 04, 1972) Brief for the Petitioner (NO. 72-178) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 3855 Morris v. Richardson, 1972 WL 136493, *136493+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Dec 04, 1972) Brief for Petitioner (NO. 71-6698) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3856 U.S. v. Twelve 200' Reels of Super 8MM Film, 1972 WL 136206, *136206+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 07, 1972) Joel Hirschhorn, Esq., Ralph J. Schwarz, Jr., Esq., and Mel S. Friedman, Esq., on behalf of The First Amendment Lawyers' Association, as Amici Curiae in Support of Appellant. (NO. 70-2) 3857 Roaden v. Kentucky, 1972 WL 136401, *136401+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 07, 1972) Joel Hirschhorn, Esq., Ralph J. Schwarz, Jr., Esq., and Mel S. Friedman, Esq., on behalf of The First Amendment Lawyers' Association, as Amici Curiae in Support of Petitioner. (NO. 71-1134) 3858 Gomez v. Perez, 1972 WL 136249, *136249+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Oct 05, 1972) Brief of Amicus Curiae in Support of the Judgment Below (NO. 71-575) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3859 In re Application of Griffiths, 1972 WL 135796, *135796+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Sep 16, 1972) Appellee's Brief (NO. 71-1336) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3860 Gomez v. Perez, 1972 WL 136564, *136564+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 11, 1972) Motion of American Civil Liberties Union for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae, and Brief Amicus Curiae (NO. 71-575) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3861 L(12)27 G(12)27, Individually v. F(12)27 O(12), 1972 WL 136247, *136247+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 07, 1972) Appellants' Brief on the Merits (NO. 71-575) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3862 In re Application of Griffiths, 1972 WL 135794, *135794+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Aug 04, 1972) Appellant's Brief (NO. 71-1336) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 3863 San Antonio Independent School Dist. v. Rodriguez, 1972 WL 136436, *136436 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jul 22, 1972) Amicus Curiae Brief of the Attorney General of New Jersey (NO. 71-1332) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3864 Post-Newsweek Stations, Capital Area, Inc. v. Business, 1972 WL 136331, *136331+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Jun 12, 1972) Brief for Post-Newsweek Stations, Capital Area, Inc. (NO. 71-865) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3865 San Antonio Independent School Dist. v. Rodriguez, 1972 WL 136435, *136435+ (Appellate

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Brief) (U.S. May 17, 1972) Motion for Leave to File Brief and Brief for Wendell Anderson, Governor of the State of Minnestota Kenneth M. Curtis, Governor of the State of Maine Richard F. Kneip, Governor of the State of South ... (NO. 71-1332) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3866 Carleson v. Remillard, 1972 WL 135530, *135530 (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Apr 06, 1972) Motion for Leave to File Brief Amici Curiae and Brief Amici Curiae of the National Welfare Rights Organization, the Nlsp Center on Social Welfare Policy and Law, Inc., and the American Veterans ... (NO. 70-250) 3867 San Antonio Independent School Dist. v. Rodriguez, 1971 WL 134333, *134333+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. 1971) Brief for Appellees (NO. 71-1332) " HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3868 Frontiero v. Laird, 1971 WL 134340, *134340+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. 1971) Brief for the Appellants (NO. 71-1694) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3869 RHODE ISLAND FISHERMEN'S ALLIANCE, INC., by and through its President, Richard Fuka, Steven Riley, individually, Brian Loftes, individually, Stephen Mederios, individually, Greg Duckworth, individually, Vincent Carvalho, individually, Peter Dibiase, Esq., individually, Robert Morris, individually, and Andrew Cavanagh, individually, Plaintiffs, v. THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT and W. Michael Sullivan, PH.D., In his capacity as the Director of the Rhode, 2009 WL 6835787, *6835787+ (Appellate Brief) (1st Cir. May 12, 2009) Plaintiff-Appellants' Brief (NO. 08-2390) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3870 Roland s. NEWARK, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. BOSTON HOUSING AUTHORITY, Defendant appellee., 2004 WL 5662181, *5662181+ (Appellate Brief) (1st Cir. Apr 06, 2004) Brief for the Plaintiff - Appellant (NO. 04-1116) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3871 Susan S. ROCKWELL, Pro se., Appellant, v. ROMAN CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS, Roman Catholic Diocese of Manchester New Hampshire, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Charles O. Rossotti, Commissioner of Internal Revenue Service of the United States, Appellees., 2003 WL 25791421, *25791421+ (Appellate Brief) (1st Cir. May 14, 2003) Brief of Appellant (NO. 03-1050) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3872 Lucas ROSA, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. PARK WEST BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, Defendant-Appellee., 2000 WL 35571171, *35571171+ (Appellate Brief) (1st Cir. Feb 03, 2000) Amicus Curiae Brief of Now Legal Defense and Education Fund and Equal Rights Advocates in Support of Plaintiff-Appellant and in Support of Reversal (NO. 99-2309) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3873 UNITED STATES, Appellee, v. Daniel G. SULLIVAN, Defendant-Appellant., 1996 WL 34419529, *34419529+ (Appellate Brief) (1st Cir. Jul 12, 1996) Reply Brief of Defendant-appellant (NO. 94-2194) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3874 Flor Maria SOTO, Plaintiff - Appellant, v. Luis CARRASQUILLO et al, Defendants - Appellee., 1996 WL 33658391, *33658391+ (Appellate Brief) (1st Cir. Mar 19, 1996) Appellant's Brief of Appeal (NO. 96-1024) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3875 Susan HAYES, Plaintiff, Appellee, v. Maurice C. PARADIS, in his individual capacity, Defendant, Appellant., 1995 WL 17828616, *17828616+ (Appellate Brief) (1st Cir. Sep 25, 1995) Brief of Appellant (NO. 95-1726) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3876 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS, et al., v. John B. HARWOOD, et al., 1995 WL 17829210, *17829210+ (Appellate Brief) (1st Cir. Jul 25, 1995) Reply Brief of Defendants/Appellants (NO. 95-1090) HN: 3 (S.Ct.)

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3877 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Appellee, v. Zulma JORGE-TORRES, Defendant-Appellant., 1994 WL 16505507, *16505507+ (Appellate Brief) (1st Cir. May 03, 1994) Appellant's Brief (NO. 93-1606) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3878 Adam MUSHERO, on behalf of other similarly situated individuals, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. H. Rollin IVES, Defendant/Appellee., 1991 WL 11671412, *11671412+ (Appellate Brief) (1st Cir. 1991) Reply Brief for Appellant Adam Mushero (NO. 91-1347) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3879 Frank V. PONTERIO, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Judith S. KAYE, Chief Judge of the Courts, Jonathan Lippman, Chief Administrative Judge of the Courts, John T. Buckley, Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division, First Department, Anthony V. Cardona, Presiding Judge of the Appellate Division, Third Department, Eugene F. Pigott Jr., Presiding Justice, Appellate Division, Fourth Department, A. Gail Prudenti, Defendants-Appellees., 2007 WL 7238409, *7238409+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Dec 26, 2007) Brief and Special Appendix for Plaintiff-Appellant (NO. 07-4300-CV) 3880 ESTATE OF Marion LANDERS, as represented by its executor, Richard Landers, Marion A. Dixon, and Muriel Grigley, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated, PlaintiffsAppellants-Cross-Appellees, v. Michael O. LEAVITT, Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Defendant-Appellee-Cross-Appellant., 2007 WL 6512821, *6512821+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Feb 28, 2007) Brief of Appellants (NO. 06-4921-CV(L), 06-5322-CV(XAP)) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3881 ESTATE OF Marion LANDERS, as represented by its executor, Richard Landers, Marion A. Dixon, and Muriel Grigley, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated, PlaintiffsAppellants-Cross-Appellees, v. Michael O. LEAVITT, Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Defendant-Appellee-Cross-Appellant., 2007 WL 6512826, *6512826+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Feb 28, 2007) Brief of Appellants (NO. 06-4921-CV(L), 06-5322-CV(XAP)) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3882 Saad ZERREI, Petitioner A XX-XXX-XXX, v. GONZALES, Respondent., 2006 WL 5738053, *5738053+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Jan 06, 2006) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 05-3390) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3883 In re ISRAEL WEINSTOCK, Respondent-Appellant., 2005 WL 5012606, *5012606+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Sep 07, 2005) Brief of Respondent-Appellant (NO. 05-2672-CV) 3884 QUADROZZI CONCRETE CORP., Plaintiff-Appellant, v. CITY OF NEW YORK, New York City Dept. of Environmental Protection, Rudolph Giuliani, Randy Mastro, Joel A. Miele Sr., Stuart M. Erdfarb and Michael Best, Defendants-Appellees., 2005 WL 3950620, *3950620+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Feb 22, 2005) Reply Brief for Plaintiff-Appellant (NO. 04-5599-CV) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3885 Mr. Alonzo JACOBS, Appellant, v. STORNELLI,etc.,al., Appellee., 2004 WL 3252551, *3252551 (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Jul 07, 2004) Brief of the Appellant and Appendix (NO. 03-203) 3886 Manuel RODRIGUEZ, Petitioner-Appellee, v. Sunny SCHRIVER, Superintendent, Wallkill Correctional Facility, Respondent-Appellant., 2004 WL 3331443, *3331443+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Mar 11, 2004) Brief for Respondent-Appellant Sunny Schrives (NO. 03-2973) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3887 David DONK, Todd Pletcher, Mark Hennig and Michael Larocca, Plaintiffs-Ap-

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pellees-Cross-Appellants, v. Deborah MILLER, individually and in her capacity as the Director of Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering of the Department of Business and Professional Wagering of the State of Florida, and Michael Taggart, individually and in his capacity as the Hearing Officer of the Division of Pari-Mutuel of the State of Florida Business and Professional Wagering of the, 2003 WL 23715254, *23715254+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Jun 18, 2003) Brief for Plaintiffs - Appellees - Cross-Appellants (NO. 02-9358(L)) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3888 Robert LAMSON, Robert Nelson, Robert Cherry, Joseph T. Collett, Anthony Anastasi, Nicholas Cecere and Kevin Kelly Plaintiff-Appellants, v. Richard BLUMENTHAL, Nancy Wyman, Susan Cogswell, Barbara Waters, Peter Blum, Robert D. Baus, Carmen Boudier, Stephen J. Caliendo, Charles Casella, Robert D. Coffey, Thomas P. Culley, David O. Elliot, Michael Ferrucci, Edward Marth, Steve Perruccio, Claude Poulin, Richard D. Wilber, Linda J. Yelmani Defendants-Appellees., 2003 WL 23475251, *23475251+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Mar 11, 2003) Plaintff's Brief (NO. 02-7978) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3889 Darryl HOLLAND, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Edward R. DONNELLY, Superintendent, Wende Correctional Facility Respondent-Appellee., 2002 WL 32392016, *32392016+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Sep 10, 2002) Brief for Appellant (NO. 02-2358) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3890 Robert PILCHMAN, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, Defendant-Appellee., 2002 WL 32331979, *32331979 (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Mar 27, 2002) Reply Brief Part 2 for Pro-Se Plaintiff-Appellant (NO. 01-6209) 3891 Robert PILCHMAN, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, Defendant-Appellee., 2002 WL 32331987, *32331987 (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Mar 27, 2002) Reply Brief Part 2 for Pro-se Plaintiff-Appellant (NO. 01-6209) 3892 Frederick A. LAKE, Petitioner, v. Janet RENO, Respondent., 2000 WL 33977899, *33977899+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Jan 06, 2000) Brief for Petitioner Frederick A. Lake (NO. 99-4125) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3893 Suzanne HALEY, Ruth V. Verbal, Barbara J. Scott, James H. Watson, Nadine Jones, Joy King, Robert Matthews, Deborah Allen and A. Joshua Ehrlich, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. George E. PATAKI, as Governor of the State of New York and the State of New York, Defendants-Appellants., 1995 WL 17214415, *17214415 (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. May 24, 1995) Brief of Plaintiffs-Appellees Suzanne Haley, Ruth V. Verbal, Barbara J. Scott, James H. Watson, Nadine Jones, Joy King, Robert Matthews, Deborah Allen and A. Joshua Ehrlich (NO. 95-7437) 3894 Suzanne HALEY, Ruth V. Verbal, Barbara J. Scott, James H. Watson, Nadine Jones, Joy King, Robert Matthews, Deborah Allen and A. Joshua Ehrlich, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. George E. PATAKI, as Governor of the State of New York and the State of New York, Defendants-Appellants., 1995 WL 17214503, *17214503 (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. May 24, 1995) Brief of Plaintiffs-Appellees Suzanne Haley, Ruth V. Verbal, Barbara J. Scott, James H. Watson, Nadine Jones, Joy King, Robert Matthews, Deborah Allen and A. Joshua Ehrlich (NO. 95-7437) 3895 THE ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF CONNECTICUT, INC., and Drywall, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. CITY OF NEW HAVEN, Defendant-Appellant, B & T Contractors, Inc, Defendant., 1994 WL 16181619, *16181619+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. Jul 11, 1994) Reply Brief of Appellant (NO. 94-7316) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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3896 THE ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF CONNECTICUT, INC., and Drywall Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. CITY OF NEW HAVEN, Defendant-Appellant, and B & T Contractors, Inc Defendant., 1994 WL 16181617, *16181617+ (Appellate Brief) (2nd Cir. May 31, 1994) Brief of Appellant (NO. 94-7316) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3897 THE CHILDREN FIRST FOUNDATION, INC., a New York Non-profit Corporation Duly Registered in the State of New Jersey, and Dr. Elizabeth Rex, an Individual, Plaintiffs/Appellants, v. Diane LEGREIDE, Individually and in Her Official Capacity as Former Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission; Sharon Harrington, Individually and in Her Official Capacity as Acting Chief Administor of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission; Daria Gerard,, 2008 WL 6136808, *6136808+ (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. Nov 26, 2008) Brief of Defendants-Appellees (NO. 08-3131) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3898 Jackson J. TEED and Marilyn A. Teed, H/W, Appellants, v. Hilltown TOWNSHIP; The Board of Supervisors of Hilltown Township; Hilltown Township Zoning Hearing Board; Gregory J. Lippincott, individually and in his official capacity as Township Manager and Zoning Officer of Hilltown Township; Betty Snyder, individually and in her official capacity as Chairperson and Member of the Hilltown Township Board of Supervisors; Ken Bennington, individually and in, 2005 WL 6082815, *6082815+ (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. Oct 26, 2005) Brief of Appellants (NO. 05-2953) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3899 Augustine PEREZ, Appellant, v. C.J. DEROSA, Appellee., 2004 WL 5327680, *5327680 (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. Nov 09, 2004) Informal Brief of Appellant (NO. 04-3493) 3900 Basil N. STEPHANATOS, Appellant Pro Se, v. State of New Jersey (Division of Taxation and Department of Education), Wayne Township Tax Assessor, and Wayne Board of Education, Appellees., 2004 WL 5040613, *5040613+ (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. Jul 15, 2004) Informal Brief of Appellant (NO. 04-2528) 3901 Congregation KOL AMI and Rabbi Elliot Holin, Plaintiffs/Appelles, v. ABINGTON TOWNSHIP, Board of Commissioners of Abington Township, the Zoning Hearing Board of Abington Township, and Lawrence T. Matteo, Jr., in his official capacity as Director of Code Enforcement of Abington Township, Defendants/Appellants., 2002 WL 32514166, *32514166+ (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. Apr 26, 2002) Brief of Amici Curiae the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania and the American Jewish Committee in Support of Appellees and in Favor of Affirmance (NO. 01-3077) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3902 Johann BREYER, Appellant, v. Doris MEISSNER, U.S. Immigration & Naturalization Service, Appellee., 1998 WL 34084200, *34084200+ (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. Jan 27, 1998) Brief of Appellant (NO. 98-1842) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3903 Robert J. TOLCHIN, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. SUPREME COURT OF NEW JERSEY, Robert Wilentz, Stephen W. Townsend, The New Jersey State Board of Bar Examiners, Samuel J. Uberman, The New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Joseph J. Hogya, Defendants/Appellees., 1996 WL 33648774, *33648774+ (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. May 15, 1996) Brief on Behalf of Defendants-Appellees Supreme Court of New Jersey, Robert N. Wilentz, Stephen W. Townsend New Jersey State Board of Bar Examiners and Samuel J. Uberman (NO. 95-5883) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3904 Robert E. BRADLEY, Petitioner-Appellant, v. James MEKO, Warden et Al, Respondent-Appellee., 1996 WL 33475252, *33475252 (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. Apr 23, 1996) Reply Brief of

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3905 C.K., on Her Own Behalf and as Guardian Ad Litem for Her Baby S.B. and Her Daughter J.M.; L.W., on her own behalf and as guardian ad litem for her baby E.W. and her son J.W.; E.P., on her own behalf and as guardian ad litem for her baby I.P. and her son R.P.; E.M., on her own behalf and as guardian ad litem for her baby boy B.M. and her daughter C.G.; H.K., on her own behalf and as guardian ad litem for her babies T.H., D.H. and D.H. and other sons S.H. and J.H.; E.S. and, 1995 WL 17170796, *17170796+ (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. 1995) Brief Amici Curiae on behalf of Appellants C.K., et al, for Women's Legal Defense Fund; Advocates for Youth; American Association of University Women; Catholics for a Free Choice; Center for ... (NO. 95-5454) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3906 SALEM BLUE COLLAR WORKERS ASSOCIATION and Stephen Scull, Appellants, v. THE CITY OF SALEM, et al., Appellees., 1994 WL 16176855, *16176855+ (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. Jan 31, 1994) Reply Brief on Behalf of Appellants Salem Blue Collar Workers Association and Stephen Scull (NO. 93-5622) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3907 SALEM BLUE COLLAR WORKERS ASSOCIATION and Stephen Scull, Appellants, v. THE CITY OF SALEM, et al., Appellees., 1993 WL 13140406, *13140406 (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. Dec 16, 1993) Brief on Behalf of Appellants Salem Blue Collar Workers Association and Stephen Scull (NO. 93-5622) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3908 COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, et al., Appellants, v. Peter F. FLAHERTY, Mayor, et al., Appellees, F.R.D. for Fort Pitt Lodge No. 1, Appellee, Paul G. Clark, Richard Usner, Daniel Dulski and Michael Benner, Appellees., 1991 WL 11245697, *11245697+ (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. Sep 17, 1991) Brief for Appellees, Paul G. Clark and Richard Usner (NO. 91-3303) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3909 Marion CAPUTO and Louis Desiderio, Co-Executors0 of the Estate of Anthony Caputo, Sr., Deceased, and Marion Caputo, in her Own Right, Plaintiffs/Appellees, v. CELOTEX CORPORATION, Keene Corporation, et al., Defendants/Appellant., 1991 WL 11249239, *11249239+ (Appellate Brief) (3rd Cir. 1991) Brief And Appendix For Defendant Appellant Keene Corporation (NO. 91-1811) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3910 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Commonwealth of VIRGINIA, et al., Defendants-Appellees., 2005 WL 386882, *386882+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. 2005) Brief for the United States as Appellant (NO. 91-1690) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3911 FRANK KRASNER ENTERPRISES, LTD., et al., Plaintiffs/Appellees, v. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Maryland, Defendant/Appellant., 2002 WL 32726992, *32726992+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Sep 26, 2002) Brief of Montgomery County, Maryland (NO. 01-2321) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3912 HCMF CORPORATION, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Claude A. ALLEN, Secretary of Health and Human Resources, et al., Defendants-Appellees, James S. GILMORE, III, Governor of Virginia, et al., Defendants-Appellees., 2000 WL 33990684, *33990684 (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Jul 06, 2000) Reply Brief of Appellants (NO. 00-1360) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3913 NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING & DRY DOCK COMPANY, Petitioner, v. Marie STILLEY, Respondent. Director, Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Respondent., 2000 WL 33992467, *33992467+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Mar 20, 2000) Brief of the Petitioner (NO. 00-1155) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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3914 GREENVILLE WOMEN'S CLINIC; Charleston Women's Clinic, Inc.; and William Lynn, M.D. on behalf of themselves and their patients seeking abortions, Plaintiffs/Appellees, v. Douglas E. BRYANT, in his official capacity as Commissioner of South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control; Governor of the State of South Carolina; and Charles M. Condon, in his official capacity as Attorney General of the State of South Carolina,, 1999 WL 33636317, *33636317+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. 1999) Brief of Appellants (NO. 99-1319, 99-1710, 99-1725) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3915 Annette Greco LITMAN, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY, DefendantAppellant., 1998 WL 34098210, *34098210+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Sep 25, 1998) Brief of Appelee (NO. 98-1742) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3916 GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY, Defendant-Appellant, v. Annette LITMAN, Plaintiff-Appellee., 1998 WL 34098211, *34098211+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Aug 10, 1998) Brief of Amici Curiae Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, P.C. American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia Foundation (NO. 98-1742) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3917 Richard E. SPENCER, Appellant, v. Lorraine SPENCER, et al, Appellees., 1997 WL 33807778, *33807778+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Dec 16, 1997) Brief for Appellant (NO. 77-2016) " HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 3918 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS, Appellee, v. Delaney Deron HOLMES, Appellant., 1995 WL 17846694, *17846694+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Feb 16, 1995) Brief for Appellant (NO. 94-5546) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3919 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Appellee, v. Daniel PERKINS, Appellant., 1995 WL 17053823, *17053823+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. 1995) Brief of Appellant (NO. 95-5698(L)W/95-5750) 3920 Shannon Richey FAULKNER, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Plaintiff-Appellee, the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff-Intervenor, v. James E. JONES, Jr., et al., Defendants-Appellants, the State of South Carolina, et al., Additional Defendants-Appellants., 1994 WL 16048428, *16048428+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Nov 09, 1994) Brief of Amici Curiae National Women's Law Center, American Association of University Women, California Women's Law Center, Center for Advancement of Public Policy, Center for Women Policy Studies, ... (NO. 94-1978) 3921 Shannon Richey FAULKNER, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Plaintiff-Appellee, the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff-Intervenor, v. James E. JONES, Jr., et al. Defendants-Appellants., 1994 WL 16048430, *16048430+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Oct 18, 1994) Brief of Appellee Shannon Richey Faulkner (NO. 94-1978) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3922 Robert BOLEN, et al., Plaintiffs/Appellant, v. GENERAL SHALE PRODUCTS CORPORATION, a corporation which may or may not be licensed to do business within the State of West Virginia but which is doing so, Defendant/Appellee., 1992 WL 12126483, *12126483+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Aug 13, 1992) Brief of Appellant (NO. 92-1607, 92-1608) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3923 UNITED STATES OF AMERCIAN, Appellant, v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, et al., Appellees., 1991 WL 11246219, *11246219+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Dec 13, 1991) Joint Brief of Amicus, in Support of the Applellant, of the Virginia Women Attorneys Associ-

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ation; %75 Virginia Chapters of the American Association of University Women, the Older Women's League;the ... (NO. 91-1690) HN: 1,3 (S.Ct.) 3924 Madeline H. NEWMAN, et al., on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated, Appellants, v. Dr. Alton C. CREWS, individually and as Superintendent of the Charleston County School District; Keith Thompson, individually and as a member and representative of members of the Board of Trustees, Charleston County School District; and Board of Trustees, Charleston County School District, Appellees; Ulhma D. Warren, on behalf of herself and all others similarly situated,, 1980 WL 357489, *357489+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Aug 02, 1980) Brief of Appellants (NO. 79-1070) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3925 Thomas D. BROADWATER, Appellant, v. THE SOUTH CAROLINA DEMOCRATIC PARTY, the Richland County Democratic Party, Tom Fowler and Richard Sullivan, as Chairmen respectively of such parties, Appellees., 1979 WL 212315, *212315 (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Apr 13, 1979) Brief of Appellant (NO. 79-1064) 3926 UNITED MILITARY ASSOCIATION, et al., Appellant, v. Clifford ALEXANDER, et al., Appellee., 1978 WL 220321, *220321+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Aug 14, 1978) Brief of Appellant (NO. 78-1205) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3927 Robert Thomas HALL, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Arthur MCKENZIE, Warden West Virginia Maximum Security Prison, Respondent-Appellee., 1977 WL 203702, *203702+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Nov 01, 1977) Brief of Appellee (NO. 77-2050) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3928 Robert Thomas HALL, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Arthur MCKENZIE, Warden West Virginia Maximum Security Prison, Respondent - Appellee., 1977 WL 203703, *203703+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Oct 03, 1977) Brief of Appellant (77-2050) (NO. 77-2050) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3929 Karen CONDIT and Mary E. Oravec, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. UNITED AIR LINES, INC., Defendant-Appellee., 1977 WL 202905, *202905+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Mar 07, 1977) Brief of Appellee (NO. 76-2296) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3930 Ray MARSHALL Successor to W. J. Usery¨, Secretary of Labor United States Department of Labor, Appellee, v. CHARLESTON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT of Charleston County, South Carolina, et al., Appellants., 1977 WL 202958, *202958+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Feb 14, 1977) Brief for the Secretary of Labor as Appellee (NO. 76-2340) 3931 VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY, et al., Defendants-Appellants, v. James A. CRAMER, Plaintiff-Appellee., 1976 WL 192837, *192837+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Dec 15, 1976) Brief Amicus Curiae of the Committee on Academic Non-Discrimination and Integrity (NO. 76-1937) " HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3932 Dr. James Albert CRAMER, Appellee, v. VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY, et al., Appellants., 1976 WL 192834, *192834+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Nov 12, 1976) Brief on Behalf of the Appellee (NO. 76-1937) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 3933 Mary Carroll SMITH, Appellant, v. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL, et al., Appellees., 1976 WL 192205, *192205+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Aug 1976) Brief for Appellant (NO. 76-1852, C-76-362-D) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 3934 David R. JOHNSON, et al., Appellants, v. H. W. BURGESS, et al., Appellees., 1976 WL 192484, *192484+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Jul 06, 1976) Brief for Appellants (NO. 76-1560) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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3935 Lieutenant Alice C. COOK, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Rear Admiral Willard P. ARENTZEN; James Schlesinger, Secretary of Defense; J. William Middendorf II, Secretary of the Navy; United States Navy; and United States of America, Defendants -Appellees., 1976 WL 191984, *191984+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. Jun 28, 1976) Brief for Appellees (NO. 76-1359) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3936 Lorn L. HINISH, Appellant, v. State of Maryland et. al., Appellee., 1976 WL 192655, *192655+ (Appellate Brief) (4th Cir. 1976) Brief for Appellant (NO. 76-2100) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3937 Jane DOE, as next friend to her minor daughters, Joan Doe and Jill Doe, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. VERMILION PARISH SCHOOL BOARD, Randy Schexnayder, Superintendent, Bill Searle, District A, Angela Faulk, District B, Dexter Callahan, District C, Ricky Lebouef, District D, Anthony Fontana, District E, Charles Campbell, District F, Chris Mayard, District G, Ricky Broussard, District H, and David Dupuis, Principal, Rene a Rost Middle School,, 2010 WL 3050267, *3050267+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Jun 24, 2010) Brief for Amicus Curiae Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund in Support of Defendants-Appellees (NO. 10-30378) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3938 Jane DOE, as next friend to her minor Daughters, Joan Doe and Jill Doe, Plaintiffs, Appellants, v. VERMILION PARISH SCHOOL BOARD, Randy Schexnayder, Superintendent, Bill Searle, District A, Angela Faulk, District B, Dexter Callahan, District C, Ricky Lebouef, District D, Anthony Fontana, District E, Charles Campbell, District F, Chris Ma Yard, District G, Ricky Broussard, District H, and David Dupuis, Principal, Rene a Rost Middle School, Defendants,, 2010 WL 3050259, *3050259+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Jun 17, 2010) Appellees' Opposition to Plaintiffs' Appeal Brief (NO. 10-30378) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3939 Jane DOE, et al., Appellant, v. VERMILION PARISH SCHOOL BOARD, et al., Appellees., 2010 WL 3050258, *3050258 (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Jun 05, 2010) Brief of Amici Curiae National Women's Law Center et al., in Support of Plaintiffs-Appellants' Brief Urging Reversal (NO. 10-30378) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3940 Janice W. STEVENSON, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Paul Brown, US District Judge, Defendants-Appellees., 2001 WL 34151830, *34151830+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Aug 13, 2001) Reply Brief of Plaintiff-Appellant's, Janice W. Stevenson (NO. 01-10442) 3941 Dr. John MCFADDEN, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. Thomas STEPHENS, Individually, and in His Official Capacity as Executive Director of the Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure, et al, Defendants/Appellees., 2000 WL 34029033, *34029033 (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Nov 02, 2000) Corrected Brief for the Appellant (NO. 00-60544) 3942 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. James Stephen JONES, Defendant-Appellant., 2000 WL 34214777, *34214777+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Jul 13, 2000) Suggestion for Rehearing En Banc (NO. 99-50832) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3943 Sally CAMPBELL and the Louisiana Christian Coalition, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. ST. TAMMANY PARISH SCHOOL BOARD; Eddie Fielding, in his official capacity as a member of St. Tammany Parish School Board; A. R. Smith, in his official capacity as a member of St. Tammany Parish School Board; Also known as Smitty Smith; Gregory J. Saurage, in his official capacity as a member of St. Tammany Parish School Board; Donald J. Villere, in his official capacity as a member of St., 1999 WL 33607693, *33607693+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Nov 29, 1999)

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3944 Sally CAMPBELL and the Louisiana Christian Coalition, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. ST. TAMMANY PARISH SCHOOL BOARD; Eddie Fielding, in his Official Capacity as A Member of St. Tammany Parish School Board; A. R. Smith, in his Official Capacity as A Member of St. Tammany Parish School Board; Also Known as Smitty Smith; Gregory J. Saurage, in his Official Capacity as A Member of St. Tammany Parish School Board; Donald J. Villere, in his Official Capacity as A Member of St., 1999 WL 33620953, *33620953+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Nov 29, 1999) Brief of Plaintiffs-Appellees (NO. 99-31071, 99-31140) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3945 Tuan Anh NGUYEN and Joseph Alfred Boulais, Petitioners, v. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE, Respondent., 1999 WL 33612625, *33612625+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Mar 23, 1999) Petitioners%7D Reply Brief (NO. 98-60418) 3946 Linda GUADARRAMA; Terri Lynn Moore, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. John VANCE; Norman Kinne, Individually and in his official capacity, Defendants-Appellants., 1998 WL 34182944, *34182944+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Jun 22, 1998) Brief of Appellees (NO. 98-10122) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3947 David WOTTLIN, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Lester E. FLEMING, Warden, Fci Bastro, Respondent-Appellee., 1997 WL 33616308, *33616308 (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Sep 25, 1997) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. 97-50636) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3948 Michael K. COOK, Robert B. James, Dr. Beverly Mcmillan and Eva T. Edl, Plaintiffs/Appellants, v. Janet RENO, Attorney General of the United States of America, and Michael D. Skinner, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Louisiana, in his official capacity, Defendants/Appellees., 1997 WL 33574083, *33574083+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Feb 10, 1997) Appellants' Corrected Brief (NO. 96-31314) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3949 Katie B. SANCHEZ, Appellant, v. TOM GREEN COUNTY, Texas, Appellee., 1996 WL 33471903, *33471903+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Jun 10, 1996) Brief of the Appellant (NO. 96-10381) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3950 Diane Lynn HOPPER, Wanda Diane Nash Smith, and Billa Joan Franklin, on behalf of themselves and on behalf of all other women similarly situated, Appellants, v. DALLAS COUNTY, Texas; the Sheriff of Dallas County, Texas; the Commissioners Court of Dallas County, Texas; Dallas County Community Supervision and Corrections Department; the Texas Department of Criminal Justice; the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division; the Texas Department, 1996 WL 33473267, *33473267+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Mar 08, 1996) Appellants' Brief (NO. 95-10104) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3951 Ray COLGROVE, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. James A. COLLINS, et al., Defendants/Appellees., 1995 WL 17051264, *17051264 (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Apr 10, 1995) Brief for Plaintiff/ Appellant (NO. 95-40141) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3952 SOUTHERN CROWN, INC., Appellant, v. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF DALLAS, Appellee., 1994 WL 16511421, *16511421+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Aug 16, 1994) Brief of Appellee Board of Adjustment of the City of Dallas (NO. 94-10256) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3953 Mohammad MAHBOD, Harisa M. Desai, Faramarz Mostafizi, Hassan Fahimi, Zuhier Huhsen, Ataur Bratti, Gregory Brown, and W. C. Johnson, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, French Market Corporation, Louis Costa, Kenneth D. Ferdinand, Charline Bolling and

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Rosalind Garrison, Defendants-Appellees., 1994 WL 16510544, *16510544+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Jun 09, 1994) Brief of Appellants Mohammad Mahbod, Harisa M. Desai, Faramarz Mostafizi, Hassan Fahimi and W. C. Johnson (NO. 94-30206) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3954 Barbra PIOTROWSKI, Plaintiff, v. CITY OF HOUSTON, Defendant., 1994 WL 16123184, *16123184+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. May 31, 1994) Brief of Appellee City of Houston (NO. 93-2938) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3955 Barbra PIOTROWSKI, Appellant, v. CITY OF HOUSTON, Appellee., 1994 WL 16123185, *16123185+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Apr 13, 1994) Brief for Appellant (NO. 93-2938) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3956 Jane DOE, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. TAYLOR INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, et al., Defendants, Mike Caplinger and Eddy Lankford, Defendants-Appellants., 1993 WL 13121732, *13121732+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Apr 29, 1993) Supplemental Brief of Plaintiff-Appellee on Rehearing En Banc (NO. 90-8431) HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 3957 CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, Plaintiff-Appellant, Richard P. Ieyoub, Attorney General, State of Louisiana, Intervenor-Plaintiff-Appellant, v. W. R. GRACE & CO-CONN, Defendant-Appellee., 1992 WL 12129823, *12129823+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Jul 22, 1992) Brief for IntervenorPlaintiff-Appellant (NO. 92-3522) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3958 APACHE BEND APARTMENTS, LTD., et Al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Acting Through the Internal Revenue Service, Defendant-Appellee., 1991 WL 11245498, *11245498+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Jul 15, 1991) Brief for Plaintiffs-Appellants (NO. 91-1083) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3959 Alyson A. HABETZ by her Next Friends Leonard J. Habetz and Deanna H. Habetz, PlaintiffsAppellants, v. LOUISIANA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION and Dr.Thomas G. Clausen, Superintendent of Education of the State of Louisiana, Defendants-Appellees., 1990 WL 10085349, *10085349+ (Appellate Brief) (5th Cir. Mar 08, 1990) Original Brief on Behalf of Defendant-Appellee, Louisiana High School Athletic Association (NO. 89-3584) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3960 Linden D. BOWMAN, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and Donald Rumsfeld, Defendants-Appellees., 2008 WL 4521646, *4521646+ (Appellate Brief) (6th Cir. Apr 21, 2008) Final Brief of Appellant (NO. 07-4322) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3961 Timothy Allen MORRISON, II, by and through His Next Friends, Timothy Morrison and Mary Morrison; Timothy and Mary Morrison; Brian Nolen; and Debora Jones, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Sarah ALCORN, William Carter, David Fannin, Libby Fugett, Tyler McClelland, and Jane Doe, Intervenors-Appellants, Board of Education of Boyd County, Kentucky, Defendant-Appellee., 2007 WL 2425450, *2425450 (Appellate Brief) (6th Cir. Apr 11, 2007) Appellants' Initial Brief (NO. 06-5380, 06-5406, 06-5407) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3962 Derek BARR; Craig White and Chris White both minors, by and through their parent and guardian, Roger White, Plaintiffs/Appellants, v. Steve LAFON, in his individual and official Capacity as Principal of William Blount High School; Alvin Hord, in his official capacity as Director of Schools; and The Blount County School Board, Defendants/Appellees., 2006 WL 5530354, *5530354+ (Appellate Brief) (6th Cir. Nov 28, 2006) Final Brief of the Appellants' (NO. 07-5743) 3963 FAIR HOUSING ADVOCATES ASSOCIATION, INC., Plaintiff-Appellant, v. CITY OF RICH-

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MOND HTS., Defendant, City of Warrensville Hts., Ohio, City of Fairview Park, Ohio; City of Bedford Hts., Ohio Defendants-Appellees., 1998 WL 35162398, *35162398 (Appellate Brief) (6th Cir. 1998) Final Brief of Appellee City of Bedford Heights (NO. 98-3523) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3964 Brewster MCCAULEY, as Special Administrator of the Estate of Mersaides McCauley, PlaintiffAppellant, v. CITY OF CHICAGO, et. al., Defendants-Appellees., 2010 WL 1424160, *1424160+ (Appellate Brief) (7th Cir. Mar 01, 2010) Brief and Required Short Appendix of Plaintiff-Appellant Brewster McCauley, as Special Administrator of the Estate of Mersaides McCauley (NO. 09-3561) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3965 Donna L. LEWIS, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. CITY OF CHICAGO POLICE DEPARTMENT, City of Chicago, and Terrence Williams, Defendants-Appellees., 2006 WL 2617982, *2617982+ (Appellate Brief) (7th Cir. Aug 14, 2006) Brief and Required Short Appendix of PlaintiffAppellant (NO. 06-2302) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3966 Sirene S. ZAKIROV, Petitioner, v. John ASHCROFT, Attorney General of the United States and the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondents., 2002 WL 32391209, *32391209+ (Appellate Brief) (8th Cir. 2002) Appeal from the Board of Immigration Appeals Petitioner Sirene S. Zakirov's Brief (NO. 02-3801) 3967 Ian MAITLAND, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA and the Regents of the University of Minnesota, et al., Defendants-Appellants., 2000 WL 35801600, *35801600+ (Appellate Brief) (8th Cir. Jul 01, 2000) Brief of Appellants (NO. 00-2192) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3968 Ian MAITLAND, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA and the Regents of the University of Minnesota, et al., Defendants-Appellants., 2000 WL 35543832, *35543832+ (Appellate Brief) (8th Cir. Jul 2000) Brief of Appellants (NO. 00-2192) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3969 THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS by and through the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, J. Thomas May, and its President, B. Allen Sugg; Donald O. Pederson; Bernard L. Madison; Mark Cory; Adnan Haydar; Mounir Farah; Steven Neuse; Donald Kelley; Jeff Ryan; Todd Shields; and Conrad Waligorski, In their Official and Individual Capacities, Appellants, v. Gwenn OKRUHLIK, Appellee., 2000 WL 33978149, *33978149+ (Appellate Brief) (8th Cir. 2000) Appellants' Brief (NO. 00-3159WAF) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3970 THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS by and through the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, J. Thomas May, and its President, B. Allen Sugg; Donald O. Pederson; Bernard L. Madison; Mark Cory; Adnan Haydar; Mounir Farah; Steven Neuse; Donald Kelley; Jeff Ryan; Todd Shields; and Conrad Waligorski, In their Official and Individual Capacities, Appellants, v. Gwenn OKRUHLIK, Appellee., 2000 WL 33978150, *33978150+ (Appellate Brief) (8th Cir. 2000) Appellee's Brief (NO. 00-3159WAF) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3971 Rhonda SMITH, Individually and as representative of all persons similarly situated, PlaintiffAppellee, v. AMERICAN STATES PREFERRED INSURANCE COMPANY, Defendant-Appellant., 2000 WL 33982278, *33982278+ (Appellate Brief) (8th Cir. 2000) Brief of Appellee Rhonda Smith (NO. 00-1942) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 3972 Linda SCHILCHER, Plaintiff/Appellee, v. BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS; Donald O. Pederson, Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs; Bernard L. Madison, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; Mark Cory, Associate Dean for International Programs; Hoyt Purvis, Director of the Fulbright Institute for International Relations; Adnan Haydar,

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Director of the King Fahd Program for Middle East Studies; and Mounir Farah, Associate Director of the King Fahd Program for, 2000 WL 35543742, *35543742+ (Appellate Brief) (8th Cir. 2000) Appellants' Brief (NO. 00-3896WAF) 3973 Samuel Villegas LOPEZ, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Charles L. RYAN, et. al., Respondent-Appellee., 2009 WL 3651959, *3651959 (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Sep 15, 2009) Respondent-Appellee's Answering Brief (NO. 08-99021) 3974 Hillary L. FALCONER; D.W. Falconer, Inc., dba Briarcliff Farm, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. COUNTY OF SANTA CRUZ; County of Santa Cruz Board of Supervisors; Janet K. Beautz; David Laughlin; Richard Niewstad; Nancy Cole, Defendants-Appellees., 2009 WL 2444306, *2444306+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Mar 09, 2009) Plaintiffs-Appellants' Opening Brief (NO. 08-17661) 3975 Mark BARTEAUX, Scott Schmeideke and Bass Lane, LLC, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. RAVALLI COUNTY, Defendant-Appellee., 2008 WL 5187006, *5187006+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Oct 27, 2008) Brief for the Plaintiffs-Appellants, Mark Barteaux, Scott Schmeideke and Bass Lane, LLC (NO. 08-35517) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3976 Burton H. WOLFE, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Ronald M. GEORGE and Deborah Silva, DefendantsAppellees., 2006 WL 3098224, *3098224+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. 2006) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. 05-16674) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3977 Rhonda GILLETT-NETTING, on behalf of her minor children Juliet O. Netting and Piers W. Netting, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Jo Anne B. BARNHART, Commissioner of Social Security, in her official capacity, and her employees, agents and successors in office, Defendant-Appellee., 2003 WL 22717238, *22717238+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. May 19, 2003) Brief of PlaintiffAppellant (NO. 03-15442) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3978 TUCSON WOMAN'S CLINIC; Damon Raphael, M.D.; Old Pueblo Family Planning; Robert H. Tamis, M.D. P.C.; Simat Corp., dba Abortion Services of Phoenix; and Robert H. Tamis, M.D., on behalf of themselves and their patients seeking abortions, Plaintiffs-Appellants/Cross-Appellees, v. Catherine EDEN, in her capacity as the Director of Arizona Department of Health Services; Janet Napolitano, in her capacity as Attorney General of the State of, 2003 WL 22670260, *22670260+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Feb 20, 2003) Plaintiffs-Appellants/Cross-Appellees' Opening Brief (NO. 02-17375, 02-17381, AND02-17382) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3979 RUI ONE CORP., Appellant, v. CITY OF BERKELEY; Hotel Employees & Restaurant Employees Local 2850, Appellees., 2003 WL 23353270, *23353270+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Feb 12, 2003) Appellant's Reply Brief (NO. 02-15762) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3980 FALSTONE, INC., Appellant, v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, Appellee., 2002 WL 32156797, *32156797+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Sep 13, 2002) Brief for Appellant (NO. 02-71785) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3981 Russell MEANS, Petitioner/Appellant. v. Navajo Nation, federally recognized Indian Tribe; and Honorable Ray GILMORE, Judge, United States District Court, Chinle, Navajo Nation, Arizona. Respondents/Appellees,, 2002 WL 32145676, *32145676+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Apr 04, 2002) (NO. 01-17489, 99-CV-1057-PCT-EHC-S) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3982 EARL OLD PERSON, Carol Juneau, Joe MacDonald, and Jeannine Padilla, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Bob BROWN, Secretary of State for the State of Montana; and Judy Martz, Governor for

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the State of Montana, Defendants-Appellees., 2002 WL 32100148, *32100148+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Mar 25, 2002) Brief of Appellants (NO. 02-35171) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3983 George FREEMAN, Appellant, v. CITY OF SEATTLE, et al., Appellees., 2001 WL 34104537, *34104537 (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Apr 23, 2001) Informal Reply Brief of Appellant George Freeman (NO. 00-35923) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3984 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Brian Borden YOUNG, Defendant-Appellant., 2000 WL 33991989, *33991989+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Oct 30, 2000) Brief of Appellee (NO. 00-15956) 3985 Kathy LYON; Aaron J. Lyon, et al., and Belinda Pollack, Hanna Marie Pollack, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. AGUSTA S.P.A.; Agusta Aerospace Corporation; Sesto Calende Works of Agusta; and Siai Marchetti Corporation, Defendants and Appellees., 1999 WL 33613528, *33613528+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Oct 20, 1999) Joint Appellants' Opening Brief (NO. 99-55986, 99-56010) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3986 William and Catherine HOOKS, individually and as parents and natural guardians of Christopher Hooks, a minor, Plaintiffs, v. CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT and Brian Cram, in his official capacity as superintendent of the Clark County School District, Defendants., 1999 WL 33631867, *33631867+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Mar 12, 1999) Appellants' Opening Brief (NO. 98-17271) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3987 Carl D. MCQUILLION, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. J. NIELSEN, Chairman, Board of Prison Terms, and, J. Gillis, E.T. Bullock, R. Koenig, T. Giaquinto, J.P. Weaver, A.F. Van Court, and, R.C. Schaufel, Commissioners of the Board of Prison Terms, Defendants/Appellees., 1998 WL 34109226, *34109226+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Jul 06, 1998) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. 98-15651) 3988 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Kevin GIBSON, Defendants-Appellants., 1998 WL 34106715, *34106715+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Apr 01, 1998) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. 98-10005) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3989 Alejandro MADRID; Corlos Lutz; Ronnie Dewberry, Steven Villa, Bruce Vorse; and Moses Johnson, Individually, and on Behalf of all Others Similarly Situated,Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. James GOMEZ, Steven Cambra, Susan Steinberg, M.D., Robert Ayers, Defendants-Appellants., 1998 WL 34169365, *34169365+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Jan 21, 1998) Appellants' Reply Brief (NO. 97-16237) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3990 Alejandro MADRID; Corlos Lutz; Ronnie Dewberry, Steven Villa, Bruce Vorse; and Moses Johnson, Individually, and on Behalf of all Others Similarly Situated, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. James GOMEZ, Steven Cambra, Susan Steinberg, M.D., Robert Ayers, Defendants-Appellants., 1997 WL 33487329, *33487329+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. May 21, 1997) Appellants' Reply Brief (NO. 96-17277) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 3991 Kathleen Paige GANNON, Appellant, v. Dale COPELAND, et al., Appellees., 1997 WL 33574861, *33574861+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Apr 04, 1997) Brief of Appellant (NO. 96-16926) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 3992 Kathy LYON; Aaron J. Lyon, et al., and Belinda Pollack, Hanna Marie Pollack, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. AGUSTA S.P.A.; Agusta Aerospace Corporation; Sesto Calende Works of Agusta; and Siai Marchetti Corporation, Defendants and Appellees., 1996 WL 33490642, *33490642+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Oct 01, 1996) Joint Appellants' Opening Brief (NO.

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3993 Kathy LYON; Aaron J. Lyon, et al., and Belinda Pollack, Hanna Marie Pollack, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. AGUSTA S.P.A.; Agusta Aerospace Corporation; Sesto Calende Works of Agusta; and Siai Marchetti Corporation, Defendants and Appellees., 1996 WL 34422668, *34422668+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Oct 01, 1996) Joint Appellants' Opening Brief (NO. 96-55768, 96-55881) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3994 Lynn Bernard MILNER, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Jerry STAINER, Respondent-Appellee., 1995 WL 17064864, *17064864+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Oct 16, 1995) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. 95-16492) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 3995 James MATHIS, Plaintiff-Appellee-Cross-Appellant, v. PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY, Defendant-Appellant-Cross-Appellee., 1994 WL 16140293, *16140293+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Oct 31, 1994) Opening and Reply Brief of Plaintiff-Appellee-Cross-Appellant James Mathis (NO. 93-55390, 93-55391, 93-56215) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 3996 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Appellee, v. David Keith JOHNSTON, Appellant., 1994 WL 16058088, *16058088+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Oct 24, 1994) Appellant's Reply Brief (NO. CA-94-10321) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) .... H. W. TSENG, Petitioner-Appellant, v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, Respondent-Appellee. (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Oct 17, 1994) Brief for Appellant (NO. 94-70468) (Text not available on WESTLAW) 3998 H. W. TSENG, Petitioner-Appellant, v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, Respondent-Appellee., 1994 WL 16508396, *16508396+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Oct 17, 1994) Brief for Appellant (NO. 94-70468) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 3999 Velma BURNETTE, Appellant, v. Robert GODSHALL, Lockheed Missiles & Space Company, Inc.; Lockheed Corporation and Does 1-100 inclusive, Respondents., 1994 WL 16133487, *16133487+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Oct 11, 1994) Appellant's Reply Brief (NO. 94-15984) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4000 Velma BURNETTE, Appellant, v. Robert GODSHALL, Lockheed Missiles & Space Company, Inc.; Lockheed Corporation and Does 1-100, inclusive, Appellees., 1994 WL 16133485, *16133485+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Sep 26, 1994) Appellees' Brief (NO. 94-15984) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4001 Megan S. ROULETTE, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. CITY OF SEATTLE, et al., DefendantsAppellees., 1994 WL 16058568, *16058568+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Sep 06, 1994) Brief of Amicus Curiae in Support of Appellees (NO. 94-35354) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4002 Charles E. JONES, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. Donna E. SHALALA, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Defendant/Appellee., 1994 WL 16057775, *16057775+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Aug 29, 1994) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. 94-35699) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4003 Lazaro GARCIA, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Larry F. TAYLOR, Warden and Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondents-Appellees., 1994 WL 16122109, *16122109+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Aug 01, 1994) Reply Brief (NO. 93-55043) 4004 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. John George SAHHAR, Defendant-Appellee., 1994 WL 16139703, *16139703+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Jul 29, 1994) Appellee's Brief (NO. 94-50186) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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4005 Lazaro GARCIA, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Larry F. TAYLOR, Warden and Immigration and Naturalization Service, Respondents-Appellees., 1994 WL 16122108, *16122108+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. May 11, 1994) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. 93-55043) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4006 Attila & Shigeko RAKOSI, Petitioners - Appellants, v. COMMISSIONER, INTERNAL REVENUE, Respondent - Appellee., 1994 WL 16192669, *16192669+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Apr 11, 1994) Petitioners' Corrected Opening Brief (NO. 93-70540) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4007 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Appellee, v. Mary SEGUNDO, Appellant., 1994 WL 16133781, *16133781+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Mar 09, 1994) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. CA-93-10738) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4008 Clara HAMILTON, Individually and as Special Administratrix for Estate of Keith Hamilton Plaintiff and Appellee, v. COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, Paul Mccready, Kelly Enos, David Hogan, Edward O'neil, John Blenker, Rosanna Taylor, Art Amy, Audrey Amy, and does 1 through 100, inclusive Defendants and Appellees. Lee Maxie, Proposed Intervenor Appellant., 1993 WL 13130578, *13130578+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. May 17, 1993) Appellants Opening Brief (NO. 93-55216) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4009 Roger W. KNIGHT, appellant, v. UNITED STATES, appellee., 1993 WL 13105542, *13105542+ (Appellate Brief) (9th Cir. Feb 10, 1993) Brief of Appellant (NO. 93-35039) " 4010 KANSAS PENN GAMING, LLC, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Pat COLLINS, Jack Garner, Richard Hildebrand, Carl Hayes, and Board of County Commissioners of Cherokee County, Kansas, Defendants-Appellees., 2010 WL 1847704, *1847704+ (Appellate Brief) (10th Cir. Apr 28, 2010) Brief of the Cherokee County Defendants-Appellees (NO. 10-3002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4011 COALITION FOR EQUAL RIGHTS, INC., a Colorado Corporation; and Shari Warren, d/b/a Spirit Keeper, Plaintiff-Appellants, v. Bill RITTER, Jr., Governor, State of Colorado, et al., Defendant-Appellees., 2007 WL 678130, *678130+ (Appellate Brief) (10th Cir. Jan 18, 2007) Plaintiff-Appellants' Opening Brief (NO. 06-1511) 4012 Ronald B. EDWARDS, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Thomas ANDREWS, Defendant-Appellant., 2009 WL 6326344, *6326344+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Oct 05, 2009) Brief of Appellee Ronald B. Edwards (NO. 09-13591-HH) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4013 Yi Qiang YANG, Petitioner, v. UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL, Respondent., 2007 WL 774243, *774243+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Feb 12, 2007) Petitioner's Brief (NO. 06-15742-H) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4014 Ricky KNIGHT and James Limbaugh, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Leslie THOMPSON, et al., Defendants-Appellees., 2007 WL 774265, *774265+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Jan 31, 2007) Brief of Plaintiffs-Appellants (NO. 06-15587-BB) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4015 Barry D. BATCHELOR, Appellant, v. SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, Appellee., 2006 WL 3522581, *3522581+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Oct 20, 2006) Brief of Appellant (NO. 06-14615-G) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4016 Gregory M. LAMB, et al., (Plaintiff-Appellant Pro Se), v. Warden Hilton HALL, D.O.C Commissioner Jim Wetherington; Officer Allen Matthews; John Brady; Harris Telecom; Dr. Michael Rivner; John Doe, D.O.A.S.:, 2002 WL 32168176, *32168176+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Sep 23, 2002) Brief of Appellants (NO. 02-12732DD) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4017 Barbara Jo ROBERTSON, Appellant, v. COOSA COUNTY, Alabama, et al., Appellees., 2002

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WL 32162450, *32162450+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Jun 14, 2002) Reply Brief of Appellant (NO. 02-11105AA) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 4018 Melvin E. BLOUGH, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, United States Department of the Treasury, Secretary of the Treasury, Defendant-Appellee., 2001 WL 34141739, *34141739+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Jan 24, 2001) Brief for Appellant (NO. 00-16546-FF) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4019 Ricky KNIGHT and James Limbaugh, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Leslie THOMPSON, et al., Defendants-Appellees., 2000 WL 34221554, *34221554+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Dec 29, 2000) Brief of Plaintiffs-Appellants (NO. 00-13699-BB) 4020 THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, Appellant, v. James D. DOWNING, Appellee., 2000 WL 34432988, *34432988+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Mar 14, 2000) Brief of Defendant/Appellant the Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama (NO. 00-01481-D) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4021 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Appellee, v. Manuel Enrique SANEZ, Appellant., 1998 WL 34097117, *34097117+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. May 11, 1998) Opening Brief for the Appellant Manuel Enrique Saenz (NO. 97-4355) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4022 Donald Findley SWITLICK, Plaintiff - Appellant, v. BARTON PROTECTIVE SERVICES, INC., Defendant - Appellee., 1998 WL 34187460, *34187460+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Jan 13, 1998) Initial Brief for Appellant Donald Findley Switlick (NO. 97-8927) 4023 Jeffrey GREENE and Greene Classic Limousines, Inc., Plaintiffs-Appellees/Cross-Appellants, v. I. Ney LAWSON, individually and in her official capacity as Director of the Bureau of Taxicabs and Vehicles for Hire of the City of Atlanta; Julius Derico, in his official capacity as the Deputy Chief of the City of Atlanta Police Department; Eldrin Bell, in his official capacity as Chief of the City of Atlanta Police Department, and the City of Atlanta, Georgia,, 1997 WL 33624319, *33624319 (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Dec 15, 1997) Second Brief of Appellants/ Cross-Appellees (NO. 97-8173) 4024 OIL RECOVERY COMPANY, INC., and Aetna Insurance Company, Appellants, v. Curtis J. PLEASANT-EL, Appellee., 1997 WL 33630659, *33630659+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Nov 05, 1997) Brief of Appellants, Oil Recovery Company, Inc., and Aetna Insurance Company (NO. 97-6500) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4025 Cynthia JACKMAN, Appellee, v. CITY OF RIVIERA BEACH, FLORIDA, and Jerry P. Poreba, individually and in his official capacity as Chief of Police for the City of Riviera Beach, Florida, Appellants., 1997 WL 33627323, *33627323+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Oct 27, 1997) Initial Brief of Appellants (NO. 97-5048) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4026 Dr. Frances WINFREY, Appellant, v. THE SCHOOL BOARD OF DADE COUNTY, Florida, Dr. Tee Greer, and Russell Wheatley, Appellees., 1997 WL 33626535, *33626535+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Aug 15, 1997) Initial Brief of Appellant (NO. 96-4532, 96-4753) 4027 Lennard A. BROOKS, Appellant, v. BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC., Appellee., 1997 WL 33642872, *33642872+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Feb 20, 1997) Brief of Appelleant (NO. 96-6826) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 4028 Lennard A. BROOKS, Appellant, v. BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC., Appellee., 1996 WL 33498848, *33498848+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Dec 05, 1996) Brief of Appellant (NO. 96-6826) HN: 5 (S.Ct.)

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4029 Barbara G. TURPEAU; Darryl K. Lewis; Krystal B. Lewis; Martha I. Cleveland; Kevin M. Cuevas; Sandra K. Wright; Willliam P. Tuggle; and all those similarly situaced who form a class of individuals, Appellants, v. FIDELITY FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC.; Admiral Life Insurance Company of America; Bank South as successor to Barnett Bank of Fayette; Jmic Life Insurance Co.; Mercury Finance Company of Georgia; Union Fidelity Life Insurance Co.; Fidelity National Bank; Transouth, 1996 WL 33479739, *33479739+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Oct 30, 1996) Brief for Appellants (NO. 96-8603) 4030 Shari L. LYES, Appellant, v. CITY OF RIVIERA BEACH, Florida, and Cinthia Becton, Marge Confrey, Bruce Guyton, Bertha Orange, and Barbara Rodriguez, in their official capacities as Members of the Riviera Beach City Council, City of Riviera Beach, Florida, Neil Crilly, in his official capacity as Executive Director of the City of Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, and the City of Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, Appellees., 1996 WL 33417462, *33417462+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Oct 28, 1996) Appellant, Shari L. Lyes' Reply Brief to Arguments of Appellees (NO. 96-4577) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4031 Aurelia DAVIS, a/n/f Lashonda D., Appellant, v. MONROE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, Chales Dumas and Bill Querry, Appellees., 1996 WL 33477375, *33477375+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Oct 17, 1996) En Banc Reply Brief of Appellant Aurelia Davis (NO. 94-9121) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4032 Shari L. LYES, Appellant, v. CITY OF RIVIERA BEACH, Florida, and Cinthia Becton, Marge Confrey, Bruce Guyton, Bertha Orange, and Barbara Rodriguez, in their official capacities as Members of the Riviera Beach City Council, City of Riviera Beach, Florida, Neil Crilly, in his official capacity as Executive Director of the City of Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, and the City of Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, Appellees., 1996 WL 33417461, *33417461+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Aug 09, 1996) Appellant, Shari L. Lyes' Brief (NO. 96-4577) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4033 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Appellee, v. TORIANO ADARRYL LOCKETT, Appellant., 1996 WL 33472519, *33472519+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. May 16, 1996) Brief for Appellant's (NO. 95-6971) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4034 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Appellee, v. Toriano Adarryl LOCKETT, Appellant., 1996 WL 33574550, *33574550+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. May 16, 1996) Brief for Appellant (NO. 95-6971) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4035 Arthur L. CROWE, Jr Edith Crowe Ingram Eleanor Ingram Kiefling, Appellants, v. DANIEL COLEMAN CROWN CENTRAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION CROWN STATIONS, INC., Appellees., 1996 WL 33423463, *33423463 (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Apr 25, 1996) Brief of Appellants (NO. 96-8116) 4036 Mohamed BAH, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. CITY OF ATLANTA, Georgia, Defendant-Appellant., 1996 WL 33469331, *33469331+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Apr 22, 1996) Brief of Appellant (NO. 96-8095) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4037 Arthur L. CROWE, Jr Edith Crowe Ingram Eleanor Ingram Kiefling Appellants, v. DANIEL COLEMAN CROWN CENTRAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION CROWN STATIONS, INC., Appellees., 1996 WL 33498858, *33498858+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Apr 22, 1996) Brief of Appellants (NO. 96-08116) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 4038 Mohamed BAH, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, Defendant-Appellant.,

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1996 WL 33499480, *33499480+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Apr 22, 1996) Brief of Appellant (NO. 96-8095) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4039 Aurelia DAVIS, a/n/f Lashonda D., Appellant, v. MONROE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, Charles Dumas and Bill Querry, Appellees., 1995 WL 17062911, *17062911+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Mar 23, 1995) Reply Brief of Appellant Aurelia Davis (NO. 94-9121) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4040 Aurelia DAVIS, a/n/f Lashonda D., Appellant, v. MONROE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, Charles Dumas and Bill Querry, Appellees., 1995 WL 17062913, *17062913+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Mar 23, 1995) Reply Brief of Appellant Aurelia Davis (NO. 94-9121) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4041 Dr. Frances WINFREY, Appellant, v. Dr. Tee GREER, and Russell Wheatley, Appellees., 1994 WL 16125165, *16125165+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Aug 25, 1994) Initial Brief of Appellant (NO. 94-4256) HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 4042 Mary Linda RATLIFF, Appellee, Cross-Appellant, v. DEKALB COUNTY, Georgia et al., Appellants, Cross-Appellees., 1994 WL 16053706, *16053706+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. May 04, 1994) Brief on Behalf of Appellee, Cross-Appellant Mary Linda Ratliff (NO. 93-8986) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 4043 Mary Linda RATLIFF, Appellee, Cross-Appellant, v. DEKALB COUNTY, Georgia et al., Appellants, Cross-Appellees., 1994 WL 16126359, *16126359+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. May 04, 1994) Brief on Behalf of Appellee, Cross-Appellant, Mary Linda Ratliff (NO. 93-8986) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 4044 Sofia SOLERNOU, Appellant, v. William GLADSTONE, et al., Appellees., 1994 WL 16513603, *16513603+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Apr 14, 1994) Brief of Appellant Sof IA Solernou (NO. 93-4771) 4045 Clifford HELTON, Appellant, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Appellee., 1994 WL 16055405, *16055405+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Apr 08, 1994) Appellants Reply Brief (NO. 93-6970) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4046 Cheryl NOLES, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. DEKALB COUNTY, Georgia; Thomas E. Brown, Jr.; Chief Robert T. Burgess, Sr.; David Brents; and Richard E. Conley Defendants - Appellants., 1994 WL 16186171, *16186171+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Mar 10, 1994) Brief of the Appellants (NO. 93-9371) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4047 Dr. Frances WINFREY, Appellant, v. Dr. Tee GREER, and Russell Wheatley, Appellees., 1994 WL 16052287, *16052287+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. 1994) Initial Brief of Appellant (NO. 94-4256) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 4048 Clifford HELTON, Appellant, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Appellee., 1994 WL 16055406, *16055406+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. 1994) Appellant's Initial Brief (NO. 93-6970) 4049 Jose A. FIGUEROA-RIVERA, v. J. D. LAMAR., 1993 WL 13630744, *13630744+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Dec 22, 1993) Initial Brief of Appellant Jose A. Figueroa-Rivera (NO. 93-2696) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4050 Sofia SOLERNOU, Appellant, v. William GLADSTONE Leonard Rivkind Carol Gersten Jon Gordon Stuart Simon Richard Feder Deborah White-Labora Evelyn Milledge Diane Lillesand

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Norman Reichenberg Rafael Solernou Lydia Solernou John Does and Jane Does., 1993 WL 13140986, *13140986+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Oct 20, 1993) Brief of Appellant (NO. 93-4771) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4051 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Ernest L. CITRON, Defendant-Appellant., 1993 WL 13138391, *13138391+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. May 19, 1993) Brief of the Defendant-Appellant (NO. 92-3297) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4052 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Appellee, v. Scott STOVER, Appellant., 1993 WL 13133866, *13133866+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Mar 08, 1993) Brief of Appellant (NO. 92-4738) 4053 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Appellee, v. Scott STOVER, Appellant., 1993 WL 13138857, *13138857+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Mar 03, 1993) Brief of Appellant (NO. 92-4738) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4054 Cheryl NOLES, Plaintiff - Appellee, v. DEKALB COUNTY, Georgia; Thomas E. Brown, Jr.; Chief Robert T. Burgess, Sr.; David Brents; and Richard E. Conley Defendants - Appellants., 1993 WL 13035721, *13035721+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. 1993) Brief of the Appellants (NO. 93-9371) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4055 Joy Elizabeth HODGE and Gay Hodge Earls, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Mary Eliza SHAW, Individually, and in Her Capacity as Temporary Administrator of the Estate of John Wesley Hodge, and Mitchell Scoggins, in His Capacity as the Probate Judge of Bartow County, Defendants-Appellees., 1992 WL 12131323, *12131323+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Dec 24, 1992) Brief of Appellants (NO. 92-8096) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4056 Michael J. GARVEY, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. C. Roland VAUGHN, III, Chief of Police City of Conyers, Georgia, Lew Comans, Sergeant Dekalb County Police Department, Dekalb County Georgia, City of Conyers Police Department, Dekalb County Police Department, Dekalb County, Georgia, Defendants/Appellees., 1992 WL 12135938, *12135938+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Jul 31, 1992) Brief of Appellant Michael J. Garvey (NO. 90-8400) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4057 Terry Wayne MCLESTER, Appellant, v. Morris THIGPEN, et al., Appellee., 1992 WL 12136582, *12136582+ (Appellate Brief) (11th Cir. Jun 04, 1992) Brief for Appellant (NO. 92-6175) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4058 James R. BAKER, Charles W. Baker, Jr., Jeffery L. Beran, William M. Blaesing, Paul Bolen, Robert W. Bowen III, Charles Brown, Jr., Ronald Bryant, Fred W. Budinger, Frederick W. Butler, Kenneth P. Clonts, Michael J. Connors, Daniel J. Coonan III, Robert S. Cope, Wayne D. Corder, Charles Cushion, Dale A. Davidson, Oak Deberg, Jesse C. Dehay, Jr., John C. Duncan, Jr., Edmond N. Durocher, Robert A. Eason, Jr., Matthew S. Eichinger, Richard D. Emmons, Alan Ernst,, 1996 WL 33455746, *33455746 (Appellate Brief) (Fed.Cir. Nov 07, 1996) Corrected Brief of the Plaintiffs-Appellants, James R. Baker, et al. (NO. 96-5134) 4059 COLLEGE SPORTS COUNCIL, National Wrestling Coaches Association, Committee to Save Bucknell Wrestling, Marquette Wrestling Club, Yale Wrestling Association, Juniata Wrestling Club, and Committee to Reinstate Delaware Wrestling, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, Margaret Spellings, in her official capacity as Secretary of Education and her individual capacity under color of law, James Manning, in his official capacity as Acting Assistant Secretary, 2006 WL 496829, *496829+ (Appellate Brief) (D.C.Cir. Feb 27, 2006) Appellant's Brief (NO. 05-5133) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4060 Tracey V. HEDGEPETH, Appellant, v. WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT

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AUTHORITY, et al., Appellees., 2004 WL 1427409, *1427409+ (Appellate Brief) (D.C.Cir. Jun 24, 2004) Brief for Appellee, The District of Columbia (NO. 03-7149) 4061 AID ASSOCIATION FOR LUTHERANS, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE, Defendant-Appellant., 2002 WL 34244767, *34244767+ (Appellate Brief) (D.C.Cir. Dec 13, 2002) Final Brief for the Appellee (NO. 01-5449) 4062 Andrew E. POLLARD, et al., Appellants, v. UNUS PROPERTIES, LLC, Appellee; City of Birmingham, Appellant, v. Unus Properties, LLC, Appellee., 2004 WL 5375883, *5375883+ (Appellate Brief) (Ala. Jun 29, 2004) Reply Brief of Appellant City of Birmingham (NO. 1030926, 1031030, 1031031) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 4063 Andrew E. POLLARD, et al., Appellants, v. UNUS PROPERTIES, LLC, Appellee; City of Birmingham, Appellant, v. Unus Properties, LLC, Appellee., 2004 WL 5375881, *5375881 (Appellate Brief) (Ala. May 18, 2004) Brief of Appellant City of Birmingham (NO. 1030926, 1031030) 4064 Darryl TOLBERT, Appellant, v. The Estate of Anna Jane KEY, Appellee., 2004 WL 5375863, *5375863 (Appellate Brief) (Ala. Jan 30, 2004) Brief of Appellant (NO. 1030434) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4065 David Lee PUTNFTM, Appellant, v. STATE OF ALABAMA, Appellee., 2010 WL 2156207, *2156207+ (Appellate Brief) (Ala.Crim.App. Apr 19, 2010) Appellant's Brief and Argument (NO. CR-09-0707) 4066 Orlando Samuel MCKEITHEN, Appellant, v. STATE OF ALABAMA, Appellee., 2010 WL 617732, *617732+ (Appellate Brief) (Ala.Crim.App. Jan 07, 2010) Brief of Appellant (NO. CR09-0147) 4067 Jesse GLOVER, Appellant, v. State of Alaska, Department of Transportation, Alaska Marine Highway System, Appellees; State of Alaska, Department of Transportation, Alaska Marine Highway System, Appellant, v. Jesse Glover, Appellee., 2006 WL 3910102, *3910102+ (Appellate Brief) (Alaska Oct 17, 2006) Brief of Appellee State of Alaska (NO. S-12220, S12329) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4068 Stanley D. JACKSON, Appellant, v. STATE OF ARKANSAS, Appellee., 2008 WL 6013666, *6013666 (Appellate Brief) (Ark. Apr 03, 2008) Abstract and Brief for Appellant Stanley D. Jackson (NO. CR-07-01016) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4069 BECKY COBURN PRICE SEAGRAVE, Appellants, v. Jeffrey PRICE, Appellees, Jeffrey and Darlene Price, Intervenors, State of Arkansas, Intervenor., 2002 WL 32625031, *32625031+ (Appellate Brief) (Ark. Apr 08, 2002) Brief of the Intervenor (NO. CA01-1370) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4070 Larry JEGLEY, in his official capacity, and on behalf of himself and all other similarly situated, Appellants, v. Elena PICADO, et al., Appellees., 2001 WL 34630806, *34630806+ (Appellate Brief) (Ark. Oct 04, 2001) Appellants' Supplemental Brief and Addendum (NO. 01-815) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4071 Larry JEGLEY, in his official capacity, and on behalf of himself and all other similarly situated, Appellants, v. Elena PICADO, et al., Appellees., 2001 WL 34630811, *34630811+ (Appellate Brief) (Ark. Aug 31, 2001) Appellants Abstract and Brief (NO. 01-815) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4072 Edmundo G. ROGERS, Appellant, v. Cynthia A. ROGERS, Appellee., 2007 WL 4132356,

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*4132356+ (Appellate Brief) (Ark.App. Feb 12, 2007) Abstract, Brief and Addendum of Appellant Edmundo G. Rogers (NO. CA06-848) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4073 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Charles Edward MOORE, Defendant and Appellant., 2007 WL 4207095, *4207095+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal. Nov 05, 2007) Appellant's Reply Brief (NO. S075726) 4074 In re MARRIAGE CASES., 2007 WL 2085971, *2085971+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal. Jun 20, 2007) Brief Amicus Curiae of the Knights of Columbus in Support of the State Defendants (NO. S147999) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4075 In re MARRIAGE CASES., 2007 WL 2905413, *2905413+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal. Jun 14, 2007) Answer Brief of State of California and the Attorney General to Opening Briefs on the Merits (NO. S147999) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4076 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA RAPID TRANSIT DISTRICT, Petitioner/Respondent, v. Helen M. BOLEN, Respondent/Appellant, THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY, et al., Intervenors., 1990 WL 10029735, *10029735+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal. Oct 15, 1990) Intervenors' Opposing Brief on the Merits (NO. S015986) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4077 SAN MARCOS COUNTY WATER DISTRICT, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. SAN MARCOS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, Defendant and Appellant., 1986 WL 739426, *739426 (Appellate Brief) (Cal. Jul 31, 1986) Petition for Rehearing (NO. S000897) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4078 Mark ZUCKERMAN, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. BANKERS TRUST CORPORATION, et al., Defendants and Respondents., 2000 WL 34415883, *34415883+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Jun 19, 2000) Plaintiffs-Appellants' Reply Brief (NO. A089814) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4079 Hogan SUNG, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. SAN FRANCISCO ANIMAL CARE AND CONTROL, et al, Defendants and Respondents., 1999 WL 33907473, *33907473+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Nov 09, 1999) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. A088645) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4080 SPANISH SPEAKING CITIZENS FOUNDATION, INC., Et Al., Petitioners and Respondents, v. Chuck QUACKENBUSH, Respondent and Appellant, Farmers Insurance Exchange, MidCentury Insurance Company, Truck Insurance Exchange, and State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, Intervenors and Appellants., 1999 WL 33917666, *33917666+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Jun 10, 1999) Appellants' Reply Brief (NO. A084024, A085376) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4081 SPANISH SPEAKING CITIZENS' FOUNDATION, INC., et al., Petitioners and Respondents, v. Chuck QUACKENBUSH, Respondent and Appellant, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, Farmers Insurance Exchange, Mid-Century Insurance Company, and Truck Insurance Exchange, Intervenors and Appellants., 1999 WL 33738894, *33738894+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Feb 17, 1999) Appellant State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company's Opening Brief (NO. A084024, A085376) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4082 Virginia M. MARQUES, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. BANK OF AMERICA, NT & SA, Defendant and Respondent., 1997 WL 33562634, *33562634+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 1 Dist. Apr 28, 1997) Appellant's Reply Brief (NO. A073882, A074529) 4083 Genji TORIHARA, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR-

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NIA, et al., Defendant-Respondent., 2009 WL 3706388, *3706388+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Oct 16, 2009) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. B215801) 4084 Marco GARCIA, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. FOUR POINTS SHERATON LAX, et al., Defendants and Respondents; Gerardo Chavez, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. Renaissance Montura Hotel Los Angeles, et al., Defendants and Respondents; Gerardo Chavez, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. Marriott Lax, et al., Defendants and Respondents; Jose Antonio Lozano, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. Hilton Los Angeles Airport, et al., Defendants and Respondents;, 2009 WL 3187183, *3187183+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Sep 15, 2009) Respondents' Brief (NO. B210716, B210719, B210720, B210726, B210730) 4085 Marco GARCIA, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. FOUR POINTS SHERATON LAX, et al., Defendants and Respondents; Gerardo Chavez, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. Renaissance Montura Hotel Los Angeles, et al., Defendants and Respondents; Gerardo Chavez, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. Marriott Lax, et al., Defendants and Respondents; Jose Antonio Lozano, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. Fortuna Enterprises, Inc., et al., Defendants and Respondents;, 2009 WL 3187184, *3187184+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Sep 15, 2009) Respondent's Brief (NO. B210716, B210719, B210720, B210726, B210730) 4086 Phill J. WILLIAMS, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. State of California Superior Court County of Los Angeles Church's Chicken a Georgia Corporation operated by Cajun Operating Company Cajun Funding Corporation and owned The First Islamic Bank of Bahrain. AFC Enterprises, Inc. a Georgia Corporation doing business in the State of California as Franchisee, Inc. Employers Insurance of Wausau, A Mutual Company a Wisconsin Corporation, Wausau Insurance Companies a, 2008 WL 3999909, *3999909+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Jul 29, 2008) Appellant's Reply Brief (NO. B204232) 4087 Eldon Ray BLUMHORST, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES OF LOS ANGELES; House of Ruth, Inc.; Su Casa Family Crisis and Support Center; Domestic Violence Center of the Santa Clarita Valley; Rainbow Services, Ltd; Peace and Joy Care Center; Haven Hills, Inc.; Southern California Alcohol and Drug Program, Inc.; Young Women's Christian Association of Glendale, California; and Haven House, Inc. Defendants and Appellees., 2004 WL 2148454, *2148454+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Jun 07, 2004) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. B170904) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4088 Eldon Ray BLUMHORST, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES OF LOS ANGELES; House of Ruth, Inc.; Su Casa Family Crisis and Support Center; Domestic Violence Center of the Santa Clarita Valley; Rainbow Services, Ltd; Peace and Joy Care Center; Haven Hills, Inc.; Southern California Alcohol and Drug Program, Inc.; Young Women's Christian Association of Glendale, California; and Haven House, Inc. Defendants and Appellees., 2004 WL 2148554, *2148554+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Jun 07, 2004) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. B170904) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4089 Eldon Ray BLUMHORST, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES OF LOS ANGELES; House of Ruth, Inc.; Su Casa Family Crisis and Support Center; Domestic Violence Center of the Santa Clarita Valley; Rainbow Services, Ltd; Peace and Joy Care Center; Haven Hills, Inc.; Southern California Alcohol and Drug Program, Inc.; Young Women's Christian Association of Glendale, California; and Haven House, Inc., Defendants and Appellees., 2004 WL 2448377, *2448377+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Jun 07, 2004) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. B170904) HN: 1 (S.Ct.)

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4090 Jack HOLGUIN, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. JOSE FLORES and M & H Transportation, Inc., Defendants and Respondents., 2004 WL 1285100, *1285100+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Apr 14, 2004) Respondent's Brief (NO. B168774) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4091 CITY OF TEMPLE CITY, a general law city, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Isaac GABRIEL, an individual; Mounira Gabriel, an individual and Does 1 through 30, inclusive, Defendants and Appellants., 2001 WL 34148870, *34148870+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Mar 20, 2001) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. B133419) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4092 COAST PLAZA DOCTORS HOSPITAL, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. BLUE CROSS OF CALIFORNIA, Defendant and Appellant., 2000 WL 34228783, *34228783+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Mar 14, 2000) Appellant's Opposition to California Healthcare Association's Amicus Brief and Motion to Strike Pursuant to Crc Rule 18 (NO. B132500) " HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4093 THE MORNING STAR COMPANY, Appellant, v. STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION; and Department of Toxic Substance Control, Respondents., 2010 WL 2254721, *2254721+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 3 Dist. May 28, 2010) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. C063437) 4094 Dakota BLANKENSHIP, a Minor, by and through his Guardian ad Litem, Sherrie Moore, Petitioner and Appellant, v. ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, Respondent., 2009 WL 872677, *872677+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Feb 02, 2009) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. C059423) 4095 MORNING STAR COMPANY, A California Corporation, Plaintiff and Appellants, v. STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, and Department of Toxic Substances Control, Defendants and Respondents., 2000 WL 35604522, *35604522+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Mar 07, 2000) Respondent's Brief (NO. C033758) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4096 MORNING STAR COMPANY, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION et al., Defendants and Respondents., 2000 WL 35604523, *35604523+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Jan 06, 2000) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. C033758) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4097 Christian P. KROGH, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. REYNOLDS PACKING INC., Defendant and Respondent., 1999 WL 34768522, *34768522+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Jun 30, 1999) Appellant's Reply Brief (NO. C029948) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4098 Christian P. KROGH, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. REYNOLDS PACKING, INC., Defendant and Respondent., 1999 WL 34768521, *34768521+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 3 Dist. May 26, 1999) Respondent's Reply Brief (NO. C029948) 4099 Christian P. KROGH, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. REYNOLDS PACKING INC., Defendant and Respondent., 1999 WL 34768520, *34768520+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Mar 17, 1999) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. C029948) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4100 William Kendall STAFFORD, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. BRENDA PREMO AS DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION, Department of Rehabilitation: State of California; Kawron Gnothi Club, a California Non-Profit Corporation; and DOES 1 to 10, Defendants/ Respondents., 1998 WL 34340408, *34340408+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Oct 13, 1998) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. C029884) 4101 Marco A. PONCE-BRAN Plaintiff and Appellant, v. TRUSTEES OF THE CALIFORNIA

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STATE UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES; Governor Pete Wilson, President of the Trustees of the California State Universities and Colleges; Barry Munitz, Chancellor of the California State University; Jacob M. Samit, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Employee Relations of the California State University; California Faculty Association, Patrick Nichelson, President of the California Faculty, 1998 WL 34340037, *34340037+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Apr 21, 1998) aApellant's Opening Brief (NO. C027776) 4102 John C. MAYES, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL BOARD ETC. et al., Defendant and Respondent., 1998 WL 34341520, *34341520+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Mar 10, 1998) Respondent's Brief (NO. C027341) 4103 John C. MAYES, D.O P.O. Box 490618 Tlanta, GA. 30349 770-996-7640, Petitioner-Appellant, v. OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL BOARD OF CALIFORNIA and Daniel E. Lungren, Attorney General of State of Calif. and Steven M. Kahn State Bar No 53846 Suite 1125, 1300 ""I"" Street, P.O. Box 944255 Sacramento, CA. 94244 916-324-5338, Respondent-Appellee., 1998 WL 34341519, *34341519+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 3 Dist. Feb 06, 1998) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. C027341) 4104 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Petitioner and respondent, v. Jason Allen CLARK, Defendant and appellant., 2007 WL 4935013, *4935013+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Jan 22, 2007) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. G037398) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 4105 Christine J. JIMENEZ-ALDAMA; Socorro Jimenez, Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. TAU KAPPA EPSILON FRATERNITY, INC. and Tau Kappa Epsilon-Gamma Lambda-Sdsu; Defendants and Respondents., 2004 WL 1061291, *1061291+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Mar 19, 2004) Respondents' Brief (NO. D042683) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4106 Timothy HUBBARD, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. William I. HAN, M.D., Defendant/Respondent., 1998 WL 34191687, *34191687+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Jun 1998) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. G022552) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4107 Jim ESTEVANOVICH, et al., Plaintiffs and Respondents, v. THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE, Defendant and Appellant., 1997 WL 34607132, *34607132+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Jan 31, 1997) Respondents' Brief (NO. E018016) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4108 Jim ESTEVANOVICH, et al., Plaintiffs and Respondents, v. THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE, Defendant and Appellant., 1997 WL 34607134, *34607134+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 4 Dist. Jan 31, 1997) Respondents' Brief (NO. E018016) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4109 Robert WHITE, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. Nanci SIKES, et al, Defendants and Respondents., 2002 WL 32152343, *32152343 (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 5 Dist. May 01, 2002) Opening Brief (NO. F040378) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4110 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Appellant, v. Dave BAUTISTA, Respondent., 2007 WL 5114420, *5114420+ (Appellate Brief) (Cal.App. 6 Dist. Jun 04, 2007) Respondent's Brief (NO. H030337) 4111 CONCERNING THE APPLICATION FOR WATER RIGHTS OF PULTE HOME CORPORATION-PREBLE CREEK DIVISION AND THE CITY AND COUNTY OF BROOMFIELD. The Farmers Reservoir and Irrigation Company, a Colorado Corporation, Opposer-Appellant, v. The City and County of Broomfleld, Applicant-Appellees, The Brighton Ditch Company; City of Aurora; Central Colorado Water Conservancy District; City of Englewood; City of Thornton; City of Westminster; East Cherry Creek, 2010 WL 2564362, *2564362 (Appellate Brief) (Colo. Mar

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18, 2010) Reply Brief of Opposer-Appellant Farmers Reservoir and Irrigation Company (NO. 09SA269) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4112 CITY OF MANASSA and Pinnacol Assurance, Petitioners, v. Dale RUFF, Respondent/ Cross-Petitioner, The Industrial Claim Appeals Office of the State of Colorado, Respondent., 2010 WL 3414649, *3414649 (Appellate Brief) (Colo. Jan 22, 2010) Amicus WCEA's Opening-Answer Brief (NO. 09SC612) 4113 IN THE INTEREST OF A.C., IV, A Child, Petitioner, v. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO, Respondents., 2000 WL 34235626, *34235626+ (Appellate Brief) (Colo. Feb 29, 2000) Petitioner's Opening Brief (NO. 99SC472) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4114 Duc VAN LE, on behalf of himself and the class of persons similarly situated, Petitioners, v. Irene M. IBARRA, et al., Respondents., 1992 WL 12037095, *12037095+ (Appellate Brief) (Colo. Jul 20, 1992) Brief Amicus Curiae of the Center for Legal Advocacy, d/b/a the Legal Center Serving Persons With Disabilities (NO. 91SC189) 4115 The People of the State of COLORADO, Plaintiff, v. William PHILLIPS, Defendant., 2006 WL 4447156, *4447156+ (Appellate Brief) (Colo.App. Mar 06, 2006) Opening Brief (NO. 05CA1150) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4116 Wayne S. STILLMAN, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. State of COLORADO, Bill Owens, Governor, Defendant-Appellee., 2003 WL 25485544, *25485544+ (Appellate Brief) (Colo.App. Feb 18, 2003) Reply Brief of Plaintiff-Appellant (NO. 02CA1627) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4117 Richard LOSH, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. CAREER SERVICE AUTHORITY, Career Service Board, and City and County of Denver, a municipal corporation, Defendants-Appellees., 2001 WL 35961602, *35961602+ (Appellate Brief) (Colo.App. Aug 29, 2001) Answer Brief of Defendants-Appellees (NO. 01CA119) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4118 Brian NEIMAN, individually, and Brian Neiman, Inc., a Florida Corporation, Appellants/Respondents, v. THE FLORIDA BAR, Appellee/Petitioner., 2001 WL 34114503, *34114503+ (Appellate Brief) (Fla. May 17, 2001) Amended Initial Brief of the Appellants, Brian Neiman and Brian Neiman, Inc. (NO. SC94738) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4119 Carlton FRANCIS, Appellant, v. State of Florida, Appellee., 1999 WL 33626638, *33626638+ (Appellate Brief) (Fla. Sep 20, 1999) Amended Initial Brief of Appellant (NO. 94385) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4120 State of Florida, Petitioner/Appellant, v. MARK MARKS, P.A., et al., Respondent/Appellee., 1995 WL 17016464, *17016464+ (Appellate Brief) (Fla. Sep 19, 1995) Answer Brief of Respondent, Mark Marks P.A. (NO. 85920) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 4121 Dewey Keith BEAGLE and Melissa Darlene Beagle, Petitioners, v. Roy Thomas BEAGLE and Sharon Whitman Beagle, Respondents., 1995 WL 17016227, *17016227 (Appellate Brief) (Fla. Aug 08, 1995) Sayge Schreckengost and Scott Schreckengost and the Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County, Inc.'s Brief as Amicus Curiae (NO. 85971) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4122 Jeffery A. FARINA, Defendant/Appellant/Cross-Appellee, v. State of Florida, Plaintiff/Appellee/Cross-Appellant., 1994 WL 16013616, *16013616+ (Appellate Brief) (Fla. Feb 21, 1994) Reply Brief of Appellant Answer Brief of Cross-Appellee (NO. 80985) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4123 Joseph BESARABA, Appellant, v. State of Florida, Appellee., 1993 WL 13012963, *13012963+ (Appellate Brief) (Fla. Oct 29, 1993) Initial Brief of Appellant (NO. 80016) HN: 3,4

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(S.Ct.) 4124 Michael CARUSO, Jr., Appellant, v. State of Florida, Appellee., 1973 WL 165540, *165540+ (Appellate Brief) (Fla. 1973) Initial Brief of Appellant (NO. 73507) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4125 FOWLER PROPERTIES and St. Thomas Square, Appellants, v. Cynthia DOWLAND, Appellee., 2006 WL 5441565, *5441565+ (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Nov 28, 2006) Appellant's Brief (NO. S07A0342) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4126 R.J. TAYLOR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, INC. d/b/a Taylor Regional Hospital, Appellant, v. Donald Ray BECK, Appellee., 2005 WL 5095867, *5095867 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Dec 12, 2005) Brief of Appellee (NO. S06A0402) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4127 John P. CROSS, Et Al., Appellants, v. Zetta R. STOKES, Et Al., Appellees., 2002 WL 32333850, *32333850+ (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Apr 19, 2002) Brief of Appellants (NO. S02A1067) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4128 Thomas Francis PALMER, Appellant, v. Susan M. BERTRAND, Appellee., 2000 WL 34226110, *34226110 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Jul 17, 2000) Brief of Appellee (NO. S00A1550) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4129 In the Interest of M.C.J. and R.A.J., Minor Children., 1999 WL 33736554, *33736554 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Jun 23, 1999) Brief for M.C.J. and R.A.J., Minor Children (NO. S99G0742) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4130 Everette Bryan LOVE, v. The State of Georgia., 1999 WL 33737351, *33737351 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Apr 26, 1999) Supplemental Brief of Appellant Everette Bryan Love (NO. S99A0509) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4131 Sonny BELK, Jerry Lee Kinnett, David E. Brown, Jimmy E. Mixons, Jr., Dean A. Stringer, Barry A. Thornton, and all members of all fire departments in Georgia determined by the Insurance Services Office to be Class 9, Plaintiffs, v. Norris WESTBROOKS, W.L. Maddox, Winfred Poitevint, J. Peter Paulssen, as Successor-in-Office of Lou Cuneo, and C.H. Wofford, Individually and in their capacity as member of the Board of Trustees of the Georgia Firemen's Pension, 1995 WL 17053324, *17053324 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Dec 20, 1995) Appellant's Brief (NO. S96A0377) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4132 Jack VAUGHN, Appellant, v. VULCAN MATERIALS COMPANY, Appellee., 1995 WL 17055165, *17055165+ (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Jun 27, 1995) Brief of Appellee Vulcan Materials Company (NO. S95A1358) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4133 Jack VAUGHN, Appellant, v. VULCAN MATERIALS COMPANY, Appellee., 1995 WL 17055164, *17055164 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Jun 06, 1995) Appellant's Brief (NO. S95A1358) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4134 Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. CROWE, Jr., Individually, and as parents and natural guardians of ashley Crowe; and Ashley Crowe, a minor, Appellants, v. HUMANA, INC., Herbert L. Greenwald, D.O., and Nora McNeill, M.D., Appellees., 1993 WL 13034460, *13034460+ (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Jul 02, 1993) Brief of Appellants (NO. S93A1371) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4135 MACK TRUCKS, INC., Appellant, v. Daniel J. CONKLE and Hazel Conkle, Appellees., 1993 WL 13034911, *13034911 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Mar 29, 1993) Brief of Appellee (NO. S93A0725, S93A0726) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4136 Henry Cole CRAVEN, Appellant, v. LOWNDES COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY, d/b/a

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South Georgia Medical Center, et al., Appellants., 1993 WL 13044898, *13044898 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Mar 26, 1993) Brief of Appellant (NO. S93A0825) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4137 Leslie HUTCHINSON, M.D., Plaintiff/Appellant, v. COMPOSITE STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS et al., Defendants/Appellees., 1992 WL 12035325, *12035325 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Dec 08, 1992) Appellant's Reply to Brief of Appellees (NO. S93A0018) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4138 Ferris L. QUILLER, Appellant, v. Ronald L. BOWMAN, Commissioner, Georgia Department of Public Safety, Appellee., 1992 WL 12035523, *12035523 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Oct 06, 1992) Brief of Appellee (NO. S92A1427) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4139 Ginger Mull Van DYCK, Appellant, v. Philip Giles Van DYCK, Jr., Appellee., 1992 WL 12035781, *12035781 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Aug 26, 1992) Brief of Appellee (NO. S92A1279) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4140 Virander KUMAR, M.D., Francisco J. Negri, Sr., M.D., West Georgia Medical Associates, P.C., Appellants, v. Loretta HALL, as Guardian and next friend of Carl William Hall, Appellees., 1992 WL 12035525, *12035525+ (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Apr 30, 1992) Copy of Reply Brief of Appellants Virander Kumar, M.D., Francisco J. Negri, Sr., M.D. and West Georgia Medical Associates, P.C. Filed in the Georgia Court of Appeals (NO. S92A1007) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4141 E. Perry SMITH and Carlotta A. Smith, as next friends of Krista A. Smith, a minor, Appellants, v. COBB COUNTY-KENNESTONE HOSPITAL AUTHORITY d/b/a Kennestone Hospital, William B. Saye, M.D., and OB-GYN Associates, P.A., Appellees., 1992 WL 12035730, *12035730 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Apr 10, 1992) Brief of Appellee Cobb County-Kennestone Hospital Authority d/b/a Kennestone Hospital (NO. S92A0640) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4142 E. Perry SMITH and Carlotta A. Smith, as next friends of Krista A. Smith, a minor, Appellants, v. COBB COUNTY-KENNESTONE HOSPITAL AUTHORITY, d/b/a Kennestone Hospital, William B. Saye, M.D. and OB-GYN Associates, P.A., Appellees., 1992 WL 12035735, *12035735 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Apr 10, 1992) Brief of Appellee OB-GYN Associates, P.A. (NO. S92A0640) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4143 E. Perry SMITH and Carlotta A. Smith as next friends of Krista A. Smith, a minor, Appellants, v. COBB COUNTY-KENNESTONE HOSPITAL AUTHORITY, d/b/a Kennestone Hospital, William B. Saye, M.D., and OB-GYN Associates, P.A., Appellees., 1992 WL 12035737, *12035737 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Mar 20, 1992) Brief of Appellants (NO. S92A0640) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4144 Rosemarie GADD, Appellant, v. WILSON & COMPANY, Engineers and Architects, Appellee., 1992 WL 12036321, *12036321 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Mar 03, 1992) Supplemental Brief of Appellee (NO. S92A0501) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4145 Andrew PAPP, et al., Appellants, v. Hall COUNTY, Georgia, et al., Appellee., 1991 WL 11040394, *11040394 (Appellate Brief) (Ga. Aug 19, 1991) Brief of Appellants (NO. S91A1410) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4146 John M. CORBOY and Stephen Garo Aghjayan, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Mark J. BENNETT, in his official capacity as Attorney General, State of Hawaii; the County of Maui; and the County of Kauai, Defendants-Appellees. Garry P. Smith and Earl F. Arakaki, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Mark J. Bennett, in his official capacity as Attorney General, State of Hawaii; and the City and County of Honolulu, Defendants-Appellees. J. William Sanborn,, 2010 WL 1843797, *1843797 (Appellate Brief) (Hawai'i Apr 05, 2010) Answering Brief of Defendants-Appellees State of

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Hawaii and Its Attorney General Statement of Related Cases Certificate of Service (NO. 30049) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4147 ALOHACARE, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, STATE OF HAWAI'I, Does 1-10, Defendants-Appellees, Does 1-10, Defendants., 2009 WL 3266554, *3266554+ (Appellate Brief) (Hawai'i App. Aug 26, 2009) Appellee Department of Human Services. State of Hawai'i's Answering Brief Appendix Statement of Related Cases Certificate of Service (NO. 29630) 4148 THE MARK WALLACE DIXSON IRREVOCABLE TRUST, Cross-Claimantrespondent, v. Tammie Sue DIXSON, Cross-Defendantappellant., 2008 WL 4522998, *4522998+ (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Sep 12, 2008) Cross-Defendant/Appellant's Reply Brief (NO. 34873) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4149 Leslie LAKE and Diane Lake, Plaintiffs, v. Shana PURNELL, James Purnell, Wendy Purnell, and Does I-V, unknown parties, Defendants; Leslie Lake and Diane Lake, husband and wife as guardians for Justin Lake and Allison Lake, minor children, Plaintiffs, v. Shana Purnell, James Purnell, Wendy Purnell, and Does I-V, unknown parties, Defendants., 2006 WL 2642812, *2642812 (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Aug 23, 2006) Appellants' Reply Brief (NO. 32435) 4150 CONCERNED TAXPAYERS OF KOOTENAI COUNTY, an unincorporated non-profit association; Thomas R. Macy; Needa M. Baird; Evonne Lowther; Max Hall; Mary Davis; Anne Goude; Al Sharon; Kathy Chestnut; Mark Landberg and M. Kathleen Sims, Plaintiffs/Appellants, v. KOOTENAI COUNTY, a governmental subdivision; Richard C. Panabaker, Dick Compton and Ronald D. Rankin, County Commissioners, Defendants/Respondents., 2001 WL 34643339, *34643339+ (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Apr 12, 2001) Brief of Appellants (NO. 27032) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4151 In the Matter of the Estate of Kenneth N. BOYD, Deceased. Bingham Memorial Hospital, Petitioner-Respondent, v. John Boyd as personal representative of the Estate of Kenneth N. Boyd, Deceased, Respondent-Appellant., 1999 WL 33913341, *33913341+ (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Sep 01, 1999) Appellant's Reply Brief (NO. 24527) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4152 V-I OIL COMPANY, an Idaho corporation, et al., Plaintiffs/Appellants, v. IDAHO STATE TAX COMMISSION, et al., Defendants/Respondents., 1999 WL 33913458, *33913458+ (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Aug 27, 1999) Appellants' Reply Brief (NO. 25260) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4153 In the Matter of the Estate of Kenneth N. Boyd, Deceased. BINGHAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Petitioner-Respondent, v. John Boyd as personal representative of the Estate of Kenneth N. Boyd, Deceased Respondent-Appellant., 1999 WL 33913343, *33913343+ (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Jun 28, 1999) Appellant's Brief (NO. 24527) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4154 V-I OIL COMPANY, an Idaho corporation, et al., Plaintiffs/Appellants, v. IDAHO STATE TAX COMMISSION, et al., Defendants/Respondents., 1999 WL 33913374, *33913374+ (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Jun 11, 1999) Appellants' Opening Brief (NO. 25260) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4155 AG-AIR, INC., an Idaho Corporation, Plaintiff, v. IDAHO STATE TAX COMMISSION, Defendant., 1997 WL 33768755, *33768755 (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Dec 24, 1997) Appellant's Brief (NO. 24204) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4156 IDAHO ASSOCIATION OF CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS, INC., Plaintiff/Appellant, v. James M. ALCORN, in his capacity as Director of the Idaho State Department of Insurance; and The Idaho State Department of Insurance, Defendants/Respondents., 1994 WL 16180221,

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4157 Paul ROBERTS, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. BONNEVILLE COUNTY, a governmental entity, and John does I through X, Defendants/Respondents., 1993 WL 13143027, *13143027+ (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Jan 11, 1993) Appellant's Brief (NO. 19002) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4158 IDAHO SCHOOLS FOR EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY, et al., Plaintiffs/Appellants, Idaho Education Association, Plaintiff-in-Intervention/Respondent, v. Jerry L. EVANS, et al., Defendants/Respondents. Jonathan Frazier, et al., Plaintiffs/Respondents, Blaine County School District #61, et al., Plaintiffs-Intervenors/Respondents, v. The Idaho State Board of Education; et al., Defendants/Respondents, Idaho Schools for Equal Educational Opportunity, et, 1992 WL 12138879, *12138879+ (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Jul 20, 1992) Brief of Respondent State of Idaho (NO. 19875, 19922, 19923) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4159 Robert OSICK, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF IDAHO, Defendant-Respondent., 1991 WL 11697103, *11697103+ (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Feb 08, 1991) Brief of Respondent (NO. 18836) 4160 Robert OSICK, Petitioner-Appellant, v. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF IDAHO, Respondents., 1991 WL 11242424, *11242424+ (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Jan 11, 1991) Appellant's Brief (NO. 18836) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4161 Larry Brad SANCHEZ, Petitioner/, Appellant, v. Arvon J. ARAVE, Respondent., 1990 WL 10078462, *10078462+ (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Mar 21, 1990) Respondent's Brief (NO. 18086) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4162 Larry Brad SANCHEZ, Petitioner/Appellant, v. Arvon.J. ARAVE, Respondents., 1990 WL 10078463, *10078463+ (Appellate Brief) (Idaho Jan 31, 1990) Appellants Brief (NO. 18086) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4163 THE CITY OF URBANA, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. ANDREW N.B., et al. Defendants-Appellants., 2003 WL 23935830, *23935830 (Appellate Brief) (Ill. Sep 18, 2003) Reply Brief and Argument for Defendants-Appellants (NO. 95408) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4164 THE CITY OF URBANA, et al., Plaintiffs-Appalled, v. ANDREW N.B., et al. Defendants-Appellants., 2003 WL 23935832, *23935832+ (Appellate Brief) (Ill. Jul 31, 2003) Brief and Argument for Defendants-Appellants (NO. 95408, 95803) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4165 Cesar D. JARABE, Sr., individually and for the benefit of the Estate of Tomasa Isma Jarabe, his deceased wife, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OF ILLINOIS, and American Airlines, Inc., Defendants-Appellants., 1995 WL 17035316, *17035316+ (Appellate Brief) (Ill. Oct 26, 1995) Brief of Cesar D. Jarabe Sr., et. al., Etc. Appellees (NO. 79666) HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 4166 Robert JAHN, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. TROY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT, and Robert L. Meyers, Defendants-Appellees., 1994 WL 16029711, *16029711 (Appellate Brief) (Ill. Aug 04, 1994) Reply Brief of Robert Jahn (NO. 76906) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4167 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Bruce W. SIMMONS, Defendant-Appellee., 1990 WL 10533188, *10533188+ (Appellate Brief) (Ill. Nov 29, 1990) Brief and Argument for Plaintiff-Appellant (NO. 70542) 4168 Albert C. HANNA, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. CITY OF CHICAGO, a Municipal Corporation, De-

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fendant-Appellee., 2001 WL 34315982, *34315982+ (Appellate Brief) (Ill.App. 1 Dist. Mar 02, 2001) Brief of Defendant-Appellee (NO. 1-00-2181) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4169 Tyrone CARR, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. COOK COUNTY HOSPITAL and James Rucinski, M.D., Defendants-Appellees., 2000 WL 34203275, *34203275+ (Appellate Brief) (Ill.App. 1 Dist. Nov 29, 2000) Brief and Argument for Defendants-Appellees (NO. 1-99-4374) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4170 Frank CARONE, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OF ILLINOIS and City of Chicago, A Municipal Corporation, Defendant - Appellees., 1998 WL 34292432, *34292432+ (Appellate Brief) (Ill.App. 1 Dist. Feb 25, 1998) Plaintiff - Appellant's Brief In Support of Appeal (NO. 1-97-4680) HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 4171 THE COMMITTEE FOR EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS, Et Al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Jim EDGAR, Governor of the State of Illinois; Illinois State Board of Education; and Robert Leininger, State Superintendent of Education, Defendants-Appellees., 1993 WL 13135616, *13135616+ (Appellate Brief) (Ill.App. 1 Dist. Apr 22, 1993) Appellants' Brief (NO. 1-92-2379) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4172 INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, INC., Appellant (Defendant Below), v. Jason CARLBERG b/n/f James E. Carlberg and Donna S. Carlberg, Appellee (Plaintiff Below)., 1996 WL 34368773, *34368773+ (Appellate Brief) (Ind. Mar 20, 1996) Brief in Support of Petition to Transfer to Supreme Court (NO. 21, CAUSE) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4173 Timothy J. WYLLIE, Appellant (Petitioner), v. STATE OF INDIANA, Appellee (Respondent)., 2008 WL 4120457, *4120457+ (Appellate Brief) (Ind.App. Jul 09, 2008) Brief of Appellant (NO. 71A03-805-PC-00253) 4174 Aaron B. SCRUGGS, (Appellant-Petitioner-Below), v. Edwin BUSS, Superintendent of Westville Correctional Facility, Attorney General of Indiana, (Appellees-Respondents-Below)., 2004 WL 3217407, *3217407+ (Appellate Brief) (Ind.App. Aug 27, 2004) Brief of Appellant (NO. 46A03-0408-CV-356) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4175 Brittany HORN, Individually, and Brittany Horn, as parent and Natural Guardian of Libby Ann Scott, Deceased and Libby Ann Scott, Deceased, v. Kristi L. HENDRICKSON and Eric W. Scott., 2004 WL 3550575, *3550575+ (Appellate Brief) (Ind.App. May 07, 2004) Appellants' Brief (NO. 82A050402CV00083) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4176 N.B., et al., Appellants/Plaintiffs, v. Peter A. SYBINSKI, et al., Appellees/Defendants., 2000 WL 35439354, *35439354+ (Appellate Brief) (Ind.App. Aug 01, 2000) Reply Brief of Appellants (NO. 49A02-9904-CV-311) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4177 N.B., et al., Appellants/Plaintiffs, v. Peter A. SYBINSKI, et al., Appellees/Defendants., 2000 WL 35439355, *35439355 (Appellate Brief) (Ind.App. Mar 28, 2000) Appellants' Brief in Support of Petition to Transfer (NO. 49A02-9904-CV-311) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4178 N.B., et al., Appellants/Plaintiffs, v. Katherine DAVIS, et al., Appellees/Defendants., 1999 WL 34754526, *34754526+ (Appellate Brief) (Ind.App. Jul 30, 1999) Brief of Appellants (NO. 49A02-9904-CV-311) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4179 Kimberly CROWL, now Bowen, Appellant, (Respondent Below), v. Raymond and Kay BERRYHILL, Appellees, (Intervenor Below)., 1996 WL 34369065, *34369065+ (Appellate Brief) (Ind.App. Nov 06, 1996) Reply Brief of Appellant (NO. 17A039603-CV-00081) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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4180 Shane R. THOMAS, Appellant (Plaintiff Below), v. GREENCASTLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION and Indiana High School Athletic Association, Appellees (Defendants Below)., 1992 WL 12548576, *12548576+ (Appellate Brief) (Ind.App. Sep 23, 1992) Brief of Appellee, Indiana High School Athletic Association, Inc. (NO. 67-A05-9208-CV-286) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 4181 Tony J. BOVA, Appellant/Cross-Appellee (Plaintiff Below), v. Jose ROIG, M.D. and J.H. Roig, Inc., Appellee and Cross-Appellants (Defendants Below), John J. Dillon, III, as Commissioner of the Indiana Department of Insurance and Administrator of the Patient's Compensation Fund, Appellee (Intervenor-Defendant Below)., 1992 WL 12550794, *12550794+ (Appellate Brief) (Ind.App. Apr 08, 1992) Brief of Appellee John J. Dillon, III, Commissioner Indiana Department of Insurance (NO. 56A03-9110-CV-00313) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4182 Oliver GETTLE, Claimant/Appellant, v. WAL-MART, Respondent/Appellee and National Union Fire Insurance Company, Insurance Carrier., 1997 WL 33814579, *33814579+ (Appellate Brief) (Kan. Mar 21, 1997) Brief of Appellee Wal-Mart, Respondent, and Their Insurance Carrier (NO. 96-77142-AS) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4183 Eric PEDEN and Sharon L. Smith, for themselves and all others similarly situated, PlaintiffsAppellees, v. STATE OF KANSAS, Kansas Department of Revenue, Nancy Parrish, Secretary of Revenue of the State of Kansas, and Alisa Dotson, Director of Taxation of the State of Kansas, Defendants-Appellants., 1996 WL 33649304, *33649304+ (Appellate Brief) (Kan. Aug 02, 1996) Brief of Appellees (NO. 95-75205-S) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4184 State of Kansas, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Louis M. PADILLA, II, Defendant-Appellant., 2007 WL 2328256, *2328256+ (Appellate Brief) (Kan.App. May 15, 2007) Brief of Appellant (NO. 06-97655-A) 4185 State of Kansas, Plaintiff- Appellee, v. Robert J. GAUDINA, Defendant - Appellant., 2006 WL 890903, *890903+ (Appellate Brief) (Kan.App. Feb 28, 2006) Brief of Appellant (NO. 06-95854-A) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4186 State of Kansas, Plaintiff/Appellee, v. Michelle WILKENS, Defendant/Appellant., 2004 WL 1159226, *1159226+ (Appellate Brief) (Kan.App. Apr 12, 2004) Brief of Appellant (NO. 03-91281-A) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4187 STATE OF KANSAS, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Joseph R. GUNN, Defendant-Appellant., 2001 WL 36251551, *36251551+ (Appellate Brief) (Kan.App. Jun 05, 2001) Brief of Appellant (NO. 00-86077-A) 4188 Valerie GADBERRY, Claimant, v. R. L. POLK & COMPANY, Respondent, Transportation Insurance Company Insurance Carrier., 1996 WL 34430895, *34430895+ (Appellate Brief) (Kan.App. Dec 12, 1996) Reply Brief of Appellant R. L. Polk & Company, Respondent, and Their Insurance Carrier (NO. 96-77312-A) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4189 Lois DAVIDSON, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Dale DENNING, M.D., et al., Defendants-Appellees., 1994 WL 16138034, *16138034+ (Appellate Brief) (Kan.App. Sep 30, 1994) Brief of Appellee Lawrence Memorial Hospital (NO. 93-71776-A) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4190 George W. DAVIS and Catherine V. Davis, Appellants, v. DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, Finance and Administration Cabinet, Commonwealth of Kentucky, Appellee., 2005 WL 4814116, *4814116+ (Appellate Brief) (Ky.App. May 13, 2005) Brief for Appellee (NO. 2004-CA-001940) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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4191 STATE OF LOUISIANA, Appellant, v. Alexander GRANGER, Appellee., 2007 WL 5130353, *5130353 (Appellate Brief) (La. 2007) Original Brief of the State of Louisiana, (NO. 07KA2285) 4192 STATE OF LOUISIANA, Appellant, v. Alexander GRANGER, Appellee., 2007 WL 5130354, *5130354+ (Appellate Brief) (La. 2007) Reply Brief (NO. 2007-KA-2285) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4193 Michael Kevin DUPONT, Plaintiff/Appellee, v. Charles WYZANSKI, Jr. and Commissioner of Correction, et al, Defendants/Appellants., 2005 WL 4705751, *4705751+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass. Jul 25, 2005) Brief of the Appellee (NO. SJC-09597) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4194 Michael Kevin DUPONT, Plaintiff/Appellee, v. Charles WYZANSKI and Commissioner of Correction, et al., Defendants/Appellants., 2005 WL 4705750, *4705750+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass. Apr 21, 2005) Brief of Defendants/Appellants (NO. SJC-09597) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4195 Matthew HARLFINGER, Ppa Marlee Harlfinger, Marlee Harlfinger and Robert Harlfinger, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Howard MARTIN, M.D., Defendant-Appellee., 2000 WL 34607824, *34607824+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass. Aug 14, 2000) Brief of Plaintiffs-Appellants Matthew Harlfinger, Ppa Marlee Harlfinger, Marlee Harlfinger And Robert Harlfinger (NO. SJC08356) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4196 In the Matter of the Appeal of Albert Henry CORLISS Pursuant to Supreme Judicial Court Rule 3:01. 6.1.4 from the Decision of the Supreme Judicial Rules Committee who denied his application to take the Massachusetts Bar Examination., 1996 WL 33684879, *33684879 (Appellate Brief) (Mass. Jan 31, 1996) Brief, Memorandum and Appendix for Petitioner - Appellant (NO. SJC-07108) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4197 John TOBIN, Employee, v. TOWN OF STOUGHTON POLICE DEPT., Employer, v. United Community Insurers, Insurer., 1996 WL 33685813, *33685813+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass. 1996) Brief of the Employe (NO. SJC-07232) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4198 BAR COUNSEL, v. Betsey Warren LEBBOS., 1995 WL 17218824, *17218824+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass. May 01, 1995) Brief and Appendix for Respondent (NO. SJC-06715) 4199 ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE COMMONWEALTH, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Paul DESILETS and Ronald Desilets, Defendants-Appellees., 1993 WL 13156913, *13156913+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass. Dec 06, 1993) Reply Brief of the Plaintiff-Appellant (NO. SJC-06284) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4200 Jean MURPHY, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. James J. CAMPBELL, as he is Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Industrial Accidents and L. Scott Harshbarger, as he is Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Defendants/Appellees., 1992 WL 12154151, *12154151+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass. Oct 09, 1992) Brief on Behalf of the Plaintiff/Appellant Jean Murphy (NO. SJC-06063) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4201 FATHERS AND FAMILIES, INC & OTHERS, Appellants/Plaintiffs, v. CHIEF JUSTICE OF ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT & ANOTHER, Appellees/Defendants., 2010 WL 1676404, *1676404+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass.App.Ct. Mar 30, 2010) Brief of the Appellants/ Plaintiffs (NO. 2010-P-0301) 4202 Joseph A. MESSERE, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION, et al., Defendants-Appellees., 2006 WL 2630493, *2630493+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass.App.Ct. Jul 25, 2006) Brief for the Appellant (NO. 06-P-278) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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4203 Michael Kevin DUPONT, Plaintiff/Appellee, v. Charles WYZANSKI, Jr. and Commissioner of Correction, ET AL Defendants/Appellants., 2005 WL 2922039, *2922039+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass.App.Ct. Aug 03, 2005) Brief of the Appellee (NO. 05-P-35) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4204 Joseph A. MESSERE, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Sheila A. HUBBARD, et al., Defendants-Appellees., 2004 WL 5372236, *5372236+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass.App.Ct. Mar 19, 2004) Brief for the Appellant (NO. 03-P-1231) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 4205 Joseph SCHEBEL, Jr, Plaintiff- Appellant, v. Lynn GAULIN, (Now Lynn Gaulin Croteau), Defendant- Appellee., 2002 WL 32758942, *32758942+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass.App.Ct. Dec 18, 2002) Brief for the Plaintiff-Appellant, Joseph Schebel, Jr. (NO. 02-P-814) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4206 COMMONWEALTH, Appellee, v. Michael SKINNER, Defendant-Appellant., 2001 WL 36093945, *36093945+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass.App.Ct. Jan 31, 2001) Defendant-Appellant's Brief and Appendix (NO. 00-P-1913) 4207 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, Appellee, v. Rafael DAVILA, Appellant., 2000 WL 35454116, *35454116+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass.App.Ct. 2000) Brief and Record Appendix for the Defendant on Appeal from the Hampden County Superior Court (NO. 00-P-649) 4208 John TODD, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Michael T. MALONEY, et al., Defendants-Appellees., 1999 WL 33983348, *33983348+ (Appellate Brief) (Mass.App.Ct. Aug 19, 1999) Brief of the Defendants-Appellees (NO. 98-P-2007) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4209 James KANE, Jr. and Realty Development Group, Inc., Appellants, v. THE BOARD OF APPEALS OF PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Sitting as the Board of Administrative Appeals, Appellee., 2005 WL 2845801, *2845801+ (Appellate Brief) (Md. Sep 27, 2005) Reply Brief of the Appellants (NO. 29) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4210 James KANE, Jr. and Realty Development Group, Inc., Appellants, v. THE BOARD OF APPEALS OF PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Sitting as the Board of Administrative Appeals, Appellee., 2005 WL 1935572, *1935572+ (Appellate Brief) (Md. Jul 27, 2005) Brief of the Appellants (NO. 29) 4211 James KANE, et al, v. BOARD OF APPEALS OF PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Board of Administrative Appeals, Appellee., 2004 WL 1362003, *1362003+ (Appellate Brief) (Md.App. Apr 28, 2004) Brief of the Appellants (NO. 01461) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4212 Henry L. JOHNSON, Appellant, v. Chandra McLELLAND-KENNEDY, Appellee., 2002 WL 32590381, *32590381+ (Appellate Brief) (Md.App. Sep 24, 2002) Appellant's Brief (NO. 893) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4213 BALTIMORE POLICE DEPARTMENT, et al., Appellants, v. Eura DAWKINS, Appellee., 2001 WL 36094191, *36094191+ (Appellate Brief) (Md.App. Sep 28, 2001) Brief of Appellee (NO. 98) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4214 James M. GIFFIN, Appellant, v. Donna L. (Valtri) CRANE, Appellee., 1996 WL 34426761, *34426761+ (Appellate Brief) (Md.App. Oct 25, 1996) Appellant's Reply Brief (NO. 678) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 4215 Robert BAGLEY, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. RAYMOND SCHOOL DEPARTMENT, et al., Defendants-Appellees., 1998 WL 35031275, *35031275+ (Appellate Brief) (Me. Jul 28, 1998)

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4216 Walter K. BUTLER, Claimant-Appellant, v. Paul J. KILLORAN, M.D., Pen-Bay X-Ray Associates, and Penobscot Bay Medical Center, Respondents-Appellees., 1997 WL 34462950, *34462950+ (Appellate Brief) (Me. Sep 05, 1997) Brief of Claimant-Appellant Walter K. Butler (NO. CUM-97-311) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4217 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN, Plaintiff-Appelle, v. Patrick Lawrence IDZIAK, Defendant-Appellant., 2009 WL 760150, *760150+ (Appellate Brief) (Mich. Mar 02, 2009) Defendant-Appellant's Brief On Appeal (NO. 137301) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4218 In Re: The Estate of James W. MILTENBERGER, Deceased. Susan EIFLER, Personal Representative of the Estate of James W. Miltenberger, Deceased, Appellee, Sharon MILTENBERGER, Petitioner-Appellee, v. Sandra SWARTZ, Respondent-Appellant., 2008 WL 696193, *696193+ (Appellate Brief) (Mich. Feb 15, 2008) Brief on Appeal - Appellee Sharon Miltenberger Oral Argument Requested (NO. 133847) " HN: 4,5 (S.Ct.) 4219 In Re: Estate of James W. MILTENBERGER, Deceased. Susan EIFLER, Personal Representative of the Estate of James W. Miltenberger, Deceased, Appellee, Sharon MILTENBERGER, Petitioner-Appellee, v. Sandra SWARTZ, Respondent-Appellant., 2008 WL 696194, *696194+ (Appellate Brief) (Mich. Jan 28, 2008) Brief on Appeal - Appellant Sandra Swartz Oral Argument Requested (NO. 133847) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 4220 Margaret PHILLIPS, Personal Representative of the Estate of Regeana Diane Hervey, Deceased, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. MIRAC, INC., a Michigan Corporation, Defendant-Appellee., 2003 WL 23305706, *23305706+ (Appellate Brief) (Mich. Aug 18, 2003) Plaintiff-Appellant's Brief (NO. 121831) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4221 Jessica DEBOER (a/k/a Baby Girl Clausen), by her next friend, Peter Darrow, Plaintiff/Appellee, v. Roberta and Jan DEBOER, Defendants/Appellees, Cara and Daniel Schmidt, Defendants/Appellants., 1993 WL 13155218, *13155218 (Appellate Brief) (Mich. May 17, 1993) Brief on Appeal--Appellants (NO. 96441, 96531-2) 4222 Jane DOE and Nancy Doe, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. Patrick BABCOCK, in his official capacity as Director of the Michigan Department of Social Services; and Kevin Seitz, in his official capacity as Director of Medical Services Administration of the Michigan Department of Social Services, Defendants-Appellants, Right to Life of Michigan, Inc., Right to Life of Michigan, Inc. Legal Defense Fund; Committee to End Tax Funded Abortions, Mary Zick, Jennifer Donovan,, 1991 WL 11259159, *11259159+ (Appellate Brief) (Mich. 1991) Plaintiffs-Appellees' Brief on Appeal (NO. 91092, 91093) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4223 Rita C. FERGUSON, Appellant, v. TOWNSHIP OF HAMBURG, Appellee., 2006 WL 6085445, *6085445+ (Appellate Brief) (Mich.App. Mar 16, 2006) Appellants Brief (NO. 267597) 4224 ELECTRONIC DATA SYSTEMS CORPORATION, a Texas corporation, Petitioner/Appellant, v. TOWNSHIP OF GRAND BLANC, Respondent/Appellee; Electronic Data Systems Corporation, a Texas corporation, Petitioner/Appellant, v. City of Swartz Creek, Respondent/Appellee; Electronic Data Systems Corporation, a Texas corporation, Petitioner/Appellant, v. City of Auburn Hills, Respondent/Appellee; Electronic Data Systems, 2000 WL 35538790, *35538790+ (Appellate Brief) (Mich.App. Jun 21, 2000) Appellant's Brief (#226157) (NO. 225610, 225685, 225686, 225687, 225688, 225689, 225690, 226157, 226158)

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4225 STATE OF MINNESOTA, Respondent, v. Pedro Maldono RODRIGUEZ, Jr., Appellant., 2006 WL 6080405, *6080405 (Appellate Brief) (Minn. 2006) Appellant's Brief (NO. A06-974) 4226 Jessica R. POWERS, Appellant, v. Eric A. TIEBAUER, Jr, Appellee., 2004 WL 3571155, *3571155+ (Appellate Brief) (Miss. Oct 01, 2004) Brief for Appellant Jessica R. Powers (NO. 03-CP-01877) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4227 James KLOTZ and Mary Klotz, Appellants/Cross-Respondents, v. Michael SHAPIRO, M.D. and Metro Heart Group of St. Louis, Inc., Respondents/Cross-Appellants., 2009 WL 5250947, *5250947+ (Appellate Brief) (Mo. Nov 05, 2009) Brief of Respondents/Cross-Appellants Michael Shapiro, M.D. and Metro Heart Group of St. Louis, Inc. (NO. SC90107) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4228 Eugene DOWNEY, Appellant, v. STATE OF MISSOURI, Respondent., 2010 WL 3622075, *3622075+ (Appellate Brief) (Mo.App. E.D. Aug 19, 2010) Appellant's Statement, Brief and Argument (NO. ED93957) 4229 Bob BARNES, Appellant, v. Anthony ELDRIDGE, Respondent., 2005 WL 3147593, *3147593+ (Appellate Brief) (Mo.App. E.D. Sep 23, 2005) Appellant's Brief (NO. ED86282) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4230 Rachel DICKENS, Appellant, v. Reece Lee GOULD, by his Next Friend, David Ray Gould, and David Ray Gould Individually, Respondents., 2003 WL 24237590, *24237590+ (Appellate Brief) (Mo.App. E.D. Dec 18, 2003) Brief of Appellant, Rachel Dickens (NO. ED83187) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4231 Rachel DICKENS, Appellant, v. Reece Lee GOULD, by his Next Friend, David Ray Gould, and David Ray Gould Individually, Respondents., 2003 WL 24237588, *24237588+ (Appellate Brief) (Mo.App. E.D. Dec 02, 2003) Brief of Appellant, Rachel Dickens (NO. ED83187) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4232 Haywood CANNON, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Gladys Wiggins CANNON, Deceased Norman Edward Wiggins, Administrator and Substituted Party, Defendant-Appellee., 1999 WL 33757308, *33757308+ (Appellate Brief) (N.C.App. Mar 18, 1999) Defendant - Appellee's Brief (NO. COA98-1476) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 4233 FLAMINGO PARADISE GAMING, LLC, et al., Appellants, v. George CHANOS, Attorney General for the State of Nevada, et al., Respondents; George Chanos, Cross-Appellants, v. Fame Operating Co., et al., Cross-Respondents., 2008 WL 7184266, *7184266+ (Appellate Brief) (Nev. Jun 04, 2008) Appellants' Omnibus Reply Brief (NO. 49223) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4234 FLAMINGO PARADISE GAMING, LLC, et al., Appellants, v. George CHANOS, Attorney General for the State of Nevada, et al., Respondents; George Chanos, Cross-Appellants, v. Fame Operating Co., et al., Cross-Respondents., 2007 WL 6962593, *6962593+ (Appellate Brief) (Nev. Dec 28, 2007) Appellants' Opening Brief (NO. 49223) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4235 State of Nevada, Department of Motor Vehicles, Appellant, v. Matthew CASEY, Respondent., 2007 WL 6962603, *6962603+ (Appellate Brief) (Nev. Dec 20, 2007) Appellant's Opening Brief (NO. 50049) 4236 Andrew E. ARATA; Rocque Pucci and Sherri A. Pucci, Appellants, v. Betty S. FAUBION, Respondent., 2005 WL 6299640, *6299640+ (Appellate Brief) (Nev. Oct 24, 2005) Appellants' Opening Brief (NO. 43993) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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4237 Frederick FINGER, Appellant, v. THE STATE OF NEVADA, Respondent., 1999 WL 34858846, *34858846+ (Appellate Brief) (Nev. Jan 12, 1999) Respondent's Answering Brief (NO. 32716) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4238 LAKESIDE LODGE, INC., v. TOWN OF NEW LONDON and Town of New London Zoning Board of Adjustment., 2008 WL 5643969, *5643969+ (Appellate Brief) (N.H. Jun 26, 2008) Brief of Lakeside Lodge, Inc. (NO. 2008-0247) 4239 Ralph L. AKINS, et al, v. Secretary of State of New Hampshire., 2006 WL 4596243, *4596243+ (Appellate Brief) (N.H. Apr 07, 2006) Brief for the Appellant (NO. 2005-0794) 4240 LIBERTARIAN PARTY, et al, v. STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE., 2005 WL 5533416, *5533416+ (Appellate Brief) (N.H. Nov Term 2005) Brief for the Plaintiff (NO. 05-0606) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4241 Armand L. TALBOT, Jr. & A/, v. Commissioner, NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES., 2005 WL 5589095, *5589095+ (Appellate Brief) (N.H. Oct 11, 2005) Brief for the Commissioner, NH Department of Health and Human Services (NO. 2005-0352) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4242 In the Matter of THE REGULATION OF OPERATOR SERVICE PROVIDERS. In the Matter of a Filing by Bell Atlantic-New Jersey, Inc. of a Revision of Tariff B.P.U. No. 2, Exchange and Network Services, Providing for the Introductions of a Customer Provided Pay Telephone Service (CCPTS) Monthly Message Unit Allowance and Reduction of CPPTS Line and Feature Rates., 2000 WL 35303072, *35303072+ (Appellate Brief) (N.J.Super.A.D. Apr 06, 2000) Brief of Respondent one Call Communications, Inc. (NO. A-919-99T5) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4243 In the Matter of the REGULATION OF OPERATOR SERVICE PROVIDERS. In the Matter of a Filing By Bell Atlantic-New Jersey, Inc. of A Revision of Tariff B.P.U. No. 2, Exchange and Network Services, Providing for the Introductions of A Customer Provided Pay Telephone Service (CCPTS) Monthly Message Unit Allowance and Reduction of CPPTS Line and Feature Rates., 1999 WL 34842219, *34842219+ (Appellate Brief) (N.J.Super.A.D. Jun 01, 1999) Initial Brief of Appellant One Call Communications, Inc. (NO. A-001728-98T1) 4244 In the Matter of the REGULATION OF OPERATOR SERVICE PROVIDERS. In the Matter of a Filing by Bell Atlantic-New Jersey, Inc. of a Revision of Tariff B.P.U. No. 2, Exchange and Network Services, Providing for the Introductions of a Customer Provided Pay Telephone Service (CCPTS) Monthly Message Unit Line and Feature Rates., 1999 WL 34590778, *34590778+ (Appellate Brief) (N.J.Super.A.D. 1999) Initial Brief of Appellant One Call Communications, Inc. (NO. A-1728-98T1) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4245 In the Matter of the Application of NAZARETH HOME OF THE FRANCISCAN SISTERS; Beechwood Nursing Home; Beechwood Residence; Briody Health Care Facility; Brothers of Mercy Nursing and Rehabilitation Center; Father Baker Manor; St. Catherine Laboure; St. Francis Home of Williamsville; St. Francis Home of Buffalo; Delaware Nursing and Rehabilitation Center; Elderwood Health Care at Riverwood; Elderwood Health Care at Heathwood; Ederwood Health Care at Crestwood;, 2006 WL 3495929, *3495929+ (Appellate Brief) (N.Y. Apr 14, 2006) Brief for Petitioners-Appellants HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4246 Daniel HERNANDEZ and Nevin Cohen, Lauren Abrams and Donna Freeman-Tweed, Michael Elsasser and Douglas Robinson, Mary Jo Kennedy and Jo-Ann Shain, and Daniel Reyes and Curtis Woolbright, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Victor L. ROBLES, in his official capacity as City

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Clerk of the City of New York, Defendant-Respondent; Sylvia Samuels and Diane Gallagher, Heather McDonnell and Carol Snyder, Amy Tripi and Jeanne Vitale, Wade Nichols and Harng Shen, Michael Hahn and Paul Muhonen,, 2006 WL 1930146, *1930146+ (Appellate Brief) (N.Y. Apr 11, 2006) Amici Curiae Brief of Women's Organizations in Support of Plaintiffs-Appellants " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4247 ANONYMOUS, Petitioner-Respondent, v. BUREAU OF PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL CONDUCT/State Board for Professional Medical Conduct, New York State Department of Health, Respondents - Appellants., 2004 WL 1647010, *1647010 (Appellate Brief) (N.Y. Apr 22, 2004) Respondent's Brief HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4248 ARCHBISHOP WALSH HIGH SCHOOL, Appellant, v. SECTION VI OF THE NEW YORK STATE PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, INC., Respondent., 1995 WL 17050798, *17050798+ (Appellate Brief) (N.Y. Dec 22, 1995) Brief and Supplemental Appendix on Behalf of Respondent Section VI of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association, Inc. (NO. 1995-0600) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4249 In the Matter of the APPLICATION OF NEW YORK STATE CLINICAL LABORATORY ASSOCIATION, INC. (""NYSCLA""), on Behalf of Itself and Its Members, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Gregory KALADJIAN, as Acting Commissioner of the Department of Social Services of the State of New York, and/or His Successor in Office, Respondent., 1994 WL 16044537, *16044537+ (Appellate Brief) (N.Y. 1994) Petitioner-Appellant's Brief (NO. 1994-0168) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4250 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Respondent, v. Rufino SOTO, Defendant-Appellant., 2002 WL 34362871, *34362871+ (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 1 Dept. Aug 2002) Brief for Respondent (NO. 1594) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4251 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Respondent, v. Sharon LASHLEY, Defendant-Appellant., 2008 WL 6690827, *6690827+ (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Mar 12, 2008) Brief for Defendant-Appellant (NO. 2006-05027) 4252 Michael GRIGORAKI, Petitioner-Appellant, v. THE BOARD OF APPEALS OF THE TOWN OF HEMPSTEAD, Respondent-Respondent., 2008 WL 4354978, *4354978 (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Feb 22, 2008) Brief for Petitioner-Appellant (NO. 2007-08538) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4253 200 CENTRAL AVENUE LLC., Petitioner-Appellant, v. THE BOARD OF ASSESSORS and the Assessment Review Commission of the County of Nassau, Respondents-Respondents., 2008 WL 5509499, *5509499 (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Jan 02, 2008) Brief of PetitionerAppellant 200 Central Avenue, LLC (NO. 2007-05649) 4254 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Respondent, v. Felix VASQUEZ, Defendant-Appellant., 2007 WL 5613860, *5613860+ (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Oct 17, 2007) Brief for Defendant-Appellant (NO. 2005-02471) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4255 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Respondent, v. Perry CROSBY, Defendant-Appellant., 2007 WL 5613863, *5613863+ (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Oct 17, 2007) Brief for Defendant-Appellant (NO. 2005-03494) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4256 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Respondent, v. Rene HERNANDEZ, Defendant-Appellant., 2007 WL 5613869, *5613869+ (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Oct 17, 2007) Brief for Defendant-Appellant (NO. 2005-04021) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.)

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4257 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Respondent, v. William DUKE, Defendant-Appellant., 2006 WL 4548595, *4548595+ (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Jun 30, 2006) Brief for Defendant-Appellant (NO. 2005-09403) 4258 J.C. PENNEY COMPANY, INC., Plaintiff-Appellant, v. TOWN OF OYSTER BAY, Town of Oyster Bay Garbage District #1, Town of Oyster Bay Solid Waste Disposal District, Lewis J. Yevoli, as Supervisor of the Town of Oyster Bay and Commissioner of the Town of Oyster Bay Garbage District #1 and Town of Oyster Bay Solid Waste Disposal District; Town Board of the Town of Oyster Bay, as Commissioners of the Town of Oyster Bay Garbage District #1 and Town of Oyster Bay Solid Waste, 2002 WL 32377531, *32377531 (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Jul 08, 2002) Brief for Plaintiff-Appellant HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4259 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Respondent, v. Larry ALLEN, Defendant-Appellant., 2000 WL 34249317, *34249317 (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Nov 09, 2000) Brief for Defendant-Appellant Larry Allen 4260 In the Matter of the Application of AL TURI LANDFILL, INC., Petitioner, v. NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION and John P. Cahill, as Commissioner of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Respondents., 2000 WL 34454090, *34454090+ (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Oct 10, 2000) Reply Brief for Petitioner (NO. 2000-01609, 2000-01834) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4261 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Respondent, v. Gregory MYERS, DefendantAppellant., 2000 WL 34547723, *34547723 (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Mar 21, 2000) Brief for Defendant-Appellant Gregory Myers (NO. 2-001156, 99-02000) 4262 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Respondent, v. Larry ALLEN, Defendant-Appellant., 2000 WL 34488196, *34488196 (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Feb 16, 2000) Brief for Defendant-Appellant Larry Allen (NO. 1999-00917) 4263 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Respondent, v. Gregory MYERS, DefendantAppellant., 1999 WL 33964036, *33964036 (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. Mar 21, 1999) Brief for Defendant-Appellant Gregory Myers (NO. 2-001156, 99-02000) 4264 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Respondent, v. Teofelio TAVAREZ, Defendant-Appellant., 1998 WL 35162644, *35162644 (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 2 Dept. 1998) Brief for the Appellant Teofelio Tavarez (NO. 1998-04209) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4265 DAIMLERCHRYSLER COMPANY LLC, Petitioner, v. Barbara G. BILLET, Acting Commissioner of Taxation and Finance and Tax Appeals Tribunal, Respondent., 2007 WL 5949710, *5949710+ (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 3 Dept. Aug 27, 2007) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 502652) 4266 In the Matter of the Application of DET. Stephen J. COLE-HATCHARD, Petitioner-Appellant, v. H. Carl MCCALL, Comptroller of the State of New York, the Town of Clarkstown, and the Clarkstown Police Department, Respondents-Respondents. For a Judgment Pursuant to CPLR Article 78 Annulling Respondents' Determination That Petitioner Ceased to Earn Retirement Service Credit While Receiving Worker's Compensation for a Job Related Injury., 2003 WL 25647945, *25647945 (Appellate Brief) (N.Y.A.D. 3 Dept. Sep 30, 2003) Brief for PetitionerAppellant Pro-Se (NO. 94307) 4267 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Plaintiff-Respondent, v. Carl Larry BRICKLEY, Defendant-Appellant., 2003 WL 25678726, *25678726 (Appellate Brief)

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4268 Maria VASQUEZ, et al., Petitioners, v. Paul KUTSCHER, Etc., et al., Respondents., 2001 WL 34556070, *34556070+ (Appellate Brief) (Ohio Dec 17, 2001) Merit Brief of Respondent Hon. Jack R. Puffenberger (NO. 2001-1542) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4269 STATE OF OHIO, ex rel. David E. Justus, Appellant, v. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OF OHIO, et al., Appellees., 1997 WL 33708655, *33708655+ (Appellate Brief) (Ohio Feb 11, 1997) Merit Brief of Appellant, David E. Justus (NO. 96-2745) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4270 BOARD OF TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES OF AUSTINTOWN TOWNSHIP MAHONING COUNTY, OHIO, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION, et al., Defendants-Appellants., 1996 WL 33658196, *33658196+ (Appellate Brief) (Ohio Jan 16, 1996) Merit Brief of Amicus Curiae the Hamilton County Township Association in Support of Appellees Seeking Affirmance of the Courts Below (NO. 95-1175) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 4271 Joan ROBERTS, Executrix of the Estate of Elaine E. Thomas, Appellant, v. OHIO PERMANENTE MEDICAL GROUP, INC., et al, Appellees., 1995 WL 17199992, *17199992+ (Appellate Brief) (Ohio Dec 28, 1995) Brief of Appellees Ohio Permanente Medical Group and Dipti Shah, M.D. (NO. 95-1042) 4272 Judge Burke E. SMITH, et al., Appellants, v. STATE, ex rel. Paula Ann Smith, Appellee., 1995 WL 17197425, *17197425+ (Appellate Brief) (Ohio Aug 30, 1995) Merit Brief of Appellant Judge Burke E. Smith (NO. 95-1215) 4273 Timothy JOHNSON, et al., Appellant, v. Paula Ann SMITH, Appellee., 1995 WL 17197424, *17197424+ (Appellate Brief) (Ohio Aug 14, 1995) Merit Brief of Appellant Timothy Johnson (NO. 95-1215) HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 4274 Rebecca COLLINS, Appellant, v. Dr. M. Ali RIZKANA, D.V.A., Appellee., 1994 WL 16178039, *16178039+ (Appellate Brief) (Ohio Aug 23, 1994) Reply Brief of Appellant Rebecca Collins (NO. 94-0136) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4275 Rebecca COLLINS, Appellant, v. Dr. M. Ali RIZKANA, D.V.A., Appellee., 1994 WL 16178035, *16178035+ (Appellate Brief) (Ohio Jun 24, 1994) Merit Brief of Appellant Rebecca Collins (NO. 94-0136) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4276 Edward R. SAVAGE, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. CORRELATED HEALTH SERVICES, LTD., et al., Defendants-Appellants., 1991 WL 11239864, *11239864+ (Appellate Brief) (Ohio May 28, 1991) Brief of Cross-Appellees Stephen J. Sveda, M.D. and Stephen J. Sveda, M.D., Inc. (NO. 90-2366) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4277 Richard JOHNSON, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Jean HILL, Superintendent, Snake River Correctional Institution, Defendant-Respondent., 2008 WL 6014142, *6014142+ (Appellate Brief) (Or.App. 2008) Appellant's Pro Se Supplemental Brief (NO. A129029) 4278 Samuel WALSH, Assignee of Henrietta Kubiak, Executrix of the Estate of Richard Kubiak, M.D., Appellant/Petitioner, v. MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY CATASTROPHE LOSS FUND, Appellee/Respondent., 2002 WL 32317712, *32317712+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa. Dec 03, 2002) Appellant's Brief (NO. 65MAP2001) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4279 COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, Appellant, v. Michael HURD, Appellee., 1998 WL 34113098, *34113098+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa. 1998) Brief for Appellee Michael Hurd (NO.

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4280 John M. GRUBOR, Appellant, v. COMMONWEALTH OF PENNYLVANIA, Department of Transportation, Bureau of Driver Licensing, Appellee., 1998 WL 34331327, *34331327+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Cmwlth. Oct 30, 1998) Brief for Appellee (NO. 3037CD1998) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4281 Marie T. LEDGER, Appellant, v. Thomas W. EASTON, Appellee., 2007 WL 5267262, *5267262 (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Super. Dec 17, 2007) Brief of Appellant (NO. 1366MDA2007) 4282 Darrack MCCREA and Rachel McCrea, Appellants, v. GIANT EAGLE, INC., t/d/b/a O.K. Grocery Co., Appellee, v. Davis International, Inc. (Additional Defendant), Respondent., 2003 WL 23315049, *23315049 (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Super. Oct 17, 2003) Brief of Appellant (NO. 00925WDA03) 4283 COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, Appellee, v. Fran WEAVER, Appellant., 2003 WL 23986723, *23986723+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Super. Jan 13, 2003) Brief for Appellant (NO. 00470MDA02) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 4284 Gary FARRAR, Jr., Appellee, Plaintiff Below, v. Danielle M. SNYDER, Appellant, Defendant Below., 2002 WL 32797148, *32797148+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Super. 2002) Brief for Appellant (NO. 01738WDA02) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 4285 Sallie J. CULLEN, v. Veasey B. CULLEN, Jr. Appeal of Veasey B. Cullen, Jr., 2001 WL 34732242, *34732242+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Super. Apr 23, 2001) Brief and Reproduced Record (Combined) for Appellant (NO. 00211MDA01) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4286 Lauren BUCCINI, Appellee, v. Frank BUCCINI, Appellant., 1999 WL 33885224, *33885224+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Super. 1999) Brief of Appellant (NO. 02349EDA99) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4287 COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, v. Robert SCOTT a/k/a Robert Reed, Appellant., 1995 WL 17851593, *17851593+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Super. Apr 1995) Brief for Appellant (NO. 1442PHL1994) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4288 COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, v. Nathaniel STEWARD, Appellant., 1995 WL 17850727, *17850727+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Super. Mar 24, 1995) Brief for Appellant (NO. 04227PHL1994) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4289 Anne L. ALLEN, A/K/A/ Nancy Allen, an Incompetent, By Walter E. Allen and Anne M. Allen, her Guardians; and Walter E. Allen and Anne M. Allen, in Their Own Right, Appellants, v. MONTGOMERY HOSPITAL and Paul R. Casey, Jr., M.D., Appellees., 1994 WL 16511975, *16511975+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Super. 1994) Brief of Appellants (NO. 03129PHL1994) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4290 COMMONWEALTH, v. Rodney E. BRAY., 1993 WL 13627539, *13627539+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Super. 1993) Brief of Appellant (NO. 27HBG1993) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4291 COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, Appellee, v. Rodney BRAY, Appellant., 1993 WL 13627540, *13627540+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Super. 1993) Brief for Appellee (NO. 27HBG1993) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4292 Bertha HOFFMAN, Administratrix of the Estate of Morris Hoffman, Deceased, and in her own right, Appellee, v. RAYMARK INDUSTRIES, Inc., Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp., Pittsburgh Corning, Corp., Celotex Corporation, GAF Corporation, Southern Textile Corporation, Eagle-

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Picher Industries, Inc., Pacor, Inc., Keene Corporation, Owens-Illinois Glass Company, H.K. Porter Company, Inc., Garlock, Inc., Appellant., 1990 WL 10535611, *10535611+ (Appellate Brief) (Pa.Super. 1990) Brief of Appellant the Celotex Corporation (NO. 00067PHL1990) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4293 STATE OF RHODE ISLAND, v. John DOE, et al. State of Rhode Island, v. Harold Chartier, et al., 2008 WL 5748847, *5748847+ (Appellate Brief) (R.I. Apr 08, 2008) Brief of the Appellees (NO. 08-0006, SU-07-0371, SU-08-0036, SU-08-0038) 4294 STATE OF RHODE ISLAND, v. Brian FARIA., 2007 WL 6149048, *6149048+ (Appellate Brief) (R.I. Nov 15, 2007) Brief of Respondent (NO. SU06-0278) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4295 Steven RILEY, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. THE RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, and Frederick J. Vincent in his capacity As Interim Director of the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, Defendants/Appellees., 2007 WL 6150481, *6150481+ (Appellate Brief) (R.I. Jun 14, 2007) Brief-in-Chief of the Appellant (NO. 04-0987) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4296 Joseph A. PELLAND (John Poe), John Woe, John Moe, and John Doe, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. State of Rhode Island, Department of Corrections, and Ashbel T. Wall, II, individually and in his official capacity as the Director of the Rhode Island Department of Corrections, Defendants-Appellees., 2006 WL 6160906, *6160906+ (Appellate Brief) (R.I. Oct 18, 2006) Brief of PlaintiffsAppellants (NO. SU-05-275) 4297 FUD'S INC., and Jeffrey B. Pine, in his capacity as Attorney General, Petitioners, v. State of Rhode Island, Commission for Human Rights, Respondent., 1998 WL 35143446, *35143446+ (Appellate Brief) (R.I. Oct 05, 1998) Brief of the Attorney General, Jeffrey B. Pine (NO. 98-0408) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4298 Richard COHEN, et al., Appellants, v. Thomas HARRINGTON, et al, Appellees., 1997 WL 34583412, *34583412 (Appellate Brief) (R.I. Nov 21, 1997) Appeal Brief for the Appellants (NO. 97-0165) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4299 CRANSTON PRINT WORKS COMPANY, Petitioner, v. CITY OF CRANSTON, and David C. Hersey, Diane Golini Salema, Kevin McAllister, Michael J. Sepe, Frank Mastrati, Ronald J Pagliarini, Gregory J. Shola and Peter T. Pastore, Jr. in their capacities as members of the Cranston City Council, Respondents., 1995 WL 17799924, *17799924+ (Appellate Brief) (R.I. Jun 30, 1995) Brief of Petitioner Cranston Print Works Company (NO. 94-469MP) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4300 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA IN THE INTEREST OF Z.B., Minor Child, H.B., Respondent Mother, A.B., Respondent Father., 2007 WL 5793956, *5793956+ (Appellate Brief) (S.D. Dec 05, 2007) Minor Child Appellant's Brief (NO. 24619) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4301 Jerry R. KRAFT, d/b/a Kraft Hardware; Robert S. Trupe, Morey W. Trupe and Marty L. Trupe, as the members of Brothers III. LLC, a South Dakota limited liability company; Mid-State Camper Sales, Inc., a South Dakota Corporation; T-M Concrete Construction, Inc., a South Dakota Corporation; Robert C. Van Houten; Steven A. Van Houten; Rapid Construction, Inc., a Partnership; Stacey G. Roselles; RHS, Inc., a South Dakota Corporation; Jerome E. and Patricia A. Torkelson,, 2006 WL 3932449, *3932449+ (Appellate Brief) (S.D. Jun 30, 2006) Appellees' Brief (NO. 24063) HN: 4 (S.Ct.)

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4302 Christopher J. AUSTAD, Appellant, v. SOUTH DAKOTA BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES, Appellee., 2006 WL 2364238, *2364238+ (Appellate Brief) (S.D. Jan 18, 2006) Brief of Appellant Christopher J. Austad (NO. 23914) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4303 Eric M. BOST, Commissioner of Human Services, et al., Petitioners, v. LOW INCOME WOMEN OF TEXAS, et al., Respondents., 2001 WL 34377707, *34377707+ (Appellate Brief) (Tex. Jun 05, 2001) Brief on the Merits (NO. 01-0061) " HN: 1,3,4 (S.Ct.) 4304 Terence Chadwick LAWRENCE, Appellant, v. THE STATE OF TEXAS, Appellee., 2007 WL 2403186, *2403186+ (Appellate Brief) (Tex.Crim.App. Aug 01, 2007) Appellant's Brief on the Merits on Petition for Discretionary Review (NO. 236-07) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4305 Johnny Paul PENRY, Appellant, v. The State of Texas, Appellee., 2004 WL 3142095, *3142095 (Appellate Brief) (Tex.Crim.App. Aug 30, 2004) Brief of Appellee%n1%n (NO. 74445) 4306 Johnny Paul PENRY, Appellant, v. THE STATE OF TEXAS, Appellee., 2004 WL 768689, *768689+ (Appellate Brief) (Tex.Crim.App. Mar 03, 2004) Brief on Appeal (NO. 74445) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4307 Robert Madrid SALAZAR, Appellant, v. The State of Texas, Appellee., 2000 WL 34239810, *34239810+ (Appellate Brief) (Tex.Crim.App. May 01, 2000) Brief for Appellant (NO. 73451) 4308 Howard Paul GUIDRY, Appellant, v. The State of Texas, Appellee., 1998 WL 34194569, *34194569+ (Appellate Brief) (Tex.Crim.App. Apr 01, 1998) Brief for Appellant (NO. 72775) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) .... Howard Paul GUIDRY, Appellant, v. THE STATE OF TEXAS, Appellee. (Appellate Brief) (Tex.Crim.App. Apr 01, 1998) Brief for Appellant (NO. 702775) (Text not available on WESTLAW) 4310 Howard Paul GUIDRY, Appellant, v. The State of Texas, Appellee., 1998 WL 34313256, *34313256+ (Appellate Brief) (Tex.Crim.App. Apr 01, 1998) Brief for Appellant (NO. 702775, 730267) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) .... Anthony FUENTES, Appellant, v. THE STATE OF TEXAS, Appellee. (Appellate Brief) (Tex.Crim.App. Jan 26, 1998) Brief for Appellant (NO. 72700) (Text not available on WESTLAW) 4312 Ricardo Noel RODRIGUEZ, Appellant, v. THE STATE OF TEXAS, Appellee., 2008 WL 5692715, *5692715+ (Appellate Brief) (Tex.App.-Corpus Christi Nov 21, 2008) Appellee's Reply Brief (NO. 13-08-00087-CR, 13-08-00088-) 4313 Frances Ann GIRON, Appellant, v. BAYLOR UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER and Baylor Health Care System, Appellees., 2009 WL 6326127, *6326127+ (Appellate Brief) (Tex.App.-Dallas Nov 24, 2009) Frances Ann Giron's Appellant's Brief (NO. 05-09-00825-CV) 4314 Josephine S. ALOBAIDI, Appellant, v. THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT HOUSTON, Appellee., 2006 WL 2263201, *2263201+ (Appellate Brief) (Tex.App.-Hous. (14 Dist.) Jul 18, 2006) Brief of Appellant (NO. 14-06-00303-CV) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4315 Katherine Anne Fisher DAVENPORT, Cameron Fredric Fisher Davenport, W. Scott Davenport, Timothy M. Fisher, Hillary Anne Dalton-Moffit, Mark M. Dalton, Bruce H. Moffit, John Doe,

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Jane Doe, and Jean Doe, Appellants, v. Deborah LITTLE-BOWSER, in her official capacity as State Registrar of Vital Records, and Robert B. Stroube, M.D., M.P.H., in his official capacity as State Health Commissioner, Appellees., 2004 WL 3589299, *3589299+ (Appellate Brief) (Va. Dec 22, 2004) Amicus Brief of Family Research Council in Support of Appellees (NO. 041180) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4316 Katherine Anne Fisher DAVENPORT, et al., Plaintiffs - Appellants, v. Deborah LITTLEBOWSER, et al., Defendants - Appellees., 2004 WL 3589298, *3589298 (Appellate Brief) (Va. Oct 27, 2004) Opening Brief of Appellants (NO. 041180) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4317 Taylor R. WILLIS, Appellant, v. James G. MULLETT, M.D., et al., Appellees., 2001 WL 34831885, *34831885+ (Appellate Brief) (Va. Oct 30, 2001) Brief of Appellant (NO. 011306) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4318 Karl B. PULLIAM, Executor of the Estate of Elnora R. Pulliam, Appellant, v. COASTAL EMERGENCY SERVICES OF RICHMOND, INC. and Thomas Anthony Digiovana, Appellees., 1998 WL 34375462, *34375462+ (Appellate Brief) (Va. Jul 21, 1998) Brief of Amici Curiae the Association of Trial Lawyers of America in Support of Appellant (NO. 980659) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4319 COX CABLE HAMPTON ROADS, INC., Appellant, v. CITY OF NORFOLK, Virginia, Appellee., 1993 WL 13159502, *13159502+ (Appellate Brief) (Va. Jul 13, 1993) Reply Brief for Appellant (NO. 930062) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4320 COX CABLE HAMPTON ROADS, INC., and John Patrick Teixeira, and William Robert Wilson, on behalf of themselves and others similarly situated, Appellants, v. CITY OF NORFOLK, VIRGINIA, Appellee., 1991 WL 11262607, *11262607+ (Appellate Brief) (Va. May 28, 1991) Joint Opening Brief of Appellants (NO. 910207) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4321 LONGVIEW FIBRE COMPANY, INC., Appellant, v. Stacy L. HEGWINE, Respondent., 2007 WL 6606231, *6606231+ (Appellate Brief) (Wash. Apr 17, 2007) Corrected Brief of Amicus Curiae American Civil Liberties Union and Northwest Women's Law Center (NO. 78728-0) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4322 LONGVIEW FIBRE COMPANY, INC., Appellant, v. Stacy L. HEGWINE, Respondent., 2007 WL 6606203, *6606203+ (Appellate Brief) (Wash. Apr 11, 2007) Corrected Brief of Amicus Curiae American Civil Liberties Union and Northwest Woman's Law Center (NO. 78728-0) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4323 Heather ANDERSEN and Leslie Christian et al., Respondents, v. King COUNTY et al., Appellants., 2005 WL 901992, *901992+ (Appellate Brief) (Wash. Feb 23, 2005) Answer of Respondents Heather Andersen and Leslie Christian Etal. to Briefs of Amici Curiae (NO. 75934-1) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4324 Heather ANDERSEN and Leslie Christian, et al., Respondents, v. KING COUNTY, et al., State Of Washington, Senator Val Stevens, et al., Appellants., 2005 WL 901987, *901987+ (Appellate Brief) (Wash. Feb 14, 2005) Brief Amicus Curiae of Family Research Council in Support of Appellants, Urging Reversal (NO. 75934-1) 4325 Heather ANDERSEN and Leslie Christian. et al, Respondents, v. KING COUNTY, et al. Appellant, v. State of Washigton, Appellant, v. Senator Val Stevens, et al Appellant (Intervenor)., 2004 WL 3155214, *3155214+ (Appellate Brief) (Wash. Nov 24, 2004) Brief of Respondents (NO. 75934-1) HN: 1 (S.Ct.)

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4326 Alirio MEDINA and Ernestina Fuentes, Appellants, v. PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 1 OF BENTON COUNTY, Respondent., 2000 WL 35626719, *35626719+ (Appellate Brief) (Wash. Apr 18, 2000) Brief of Appellants (NO. 19435-3-III) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4327 Shirlee DEYOUNG, Appellant, v. PROVIDENCE MEDICAL CENTER; J.T. Griffin, M.D., his wife, and the marital community composed thereof; and Unknown John Does, Respondents., 1997 WL 33824834, *33824834+ (Appellate Brief) (Wash. Jun 18, 1997) Brief of Appellant (NO. 65373-9) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4328 Sheila ROY, Individually and as Parent and Guardian for Lakara Ticeson, Respondent/Plaintiff, v. CITY OF EVERETT, a Washington, Municipal Corporation; Everett Police Department; al Shelstad, Chief of Everett Police Department; Detective K.G. Thiessen; Officer M.B. Campbell; John Doe; and Lieutenant Peter Hegge, Petitioners/Defendants., 1990 WL 10073105, *10073105 (Appellate Brief) (Wash. Oct 29, 1990) Amici Curiae Brief (NO. 56705-1) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4329 Sheila ROY, Individually, and as Parent and Guardian for Lakara Ticeson Respondent/Plaintiff, v. CITY OF EVERETT, a Washington municipal corporation; Everett Police Department; Al Shelstad, Chief of Everett Police Department; Detective K.G. Thiessen; Officer M.B. Campbell; John Doe; and Lieutenant Peter Hegge, Petitioners/Defendants., 1990 WL 10073103, *10073103+ (Appellate Brief) (Wash. Sep 13, 1990) Brief of Respondent (NO. 56705-1) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4330 Michele A. ROHALY, Plaintiff/Appellant, v. RAINBOW PLAYGROUND DEPOT, INC., Defendant/Respondent., 2005 WL 5798714, *5798714+ (Appellate Brief) (Wash.App. Div. 1 Jan 30, 2005) Brief of Amicus Curiae Northwest Women's Law Center (NO. 56478-1-I) 4331 State of WISCONSIN, Plaintiff-Respondent, v. Samantha HEFT, Defendant-Appellant., 1994 WL 16044310, *16044310+ (Appellate Brief) (Wis. Jan 12, 1994) Brief and Appendix of Defendant-Appellant-Petitioner (NO. 92-2938-CR) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4332 STATE ex rel. Wisconsin, Barry L. Ball, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Richard SCHNEITER, Respondent-Respondent., 2006 WL 6188347, *6188347+ (Appellate Brief) (Wis.App. IV Dist. Dec 07, 2006) Appellant's Reply Brief with Supplemental Appendix (NO. 2006AP1768) 4333 State of WISCONSIN, Plaintiff, v. Terrance Bernard DAVIS, Defendant., 2004 WL 4908003, *4908003+ (Appellate Brief) (Wis.App. I Dist. Jun 30, 2004) Defendants Appeal Brief (NO. 04-0448-) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4334 State of WISCONSIN ex rel. Daniel Harr, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Gary McCAUGHTRY and Ken Sondalle, Respondents-Respondents., 2001 WL 34357535, *34357535+ (Appellate Brief) (Wis.App. IV Dist. Jul 19, 2001) Brief of Respondents (NO. 01-1276) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4335 State of WISCONSIN ex rel. Daniel Harr, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Gary McCAUGHTRY and Ken Sondalle, Respondents-Respondents., 2001 WL 34357610, *34357610+ (Appellate Brief) (Wis.App. IV Dist. Jul 19, 2001) Brief of Respondents (NO. 01-1276) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4336 Daniel JONES and Christie Jones, Plaintiffs Below/Appellees, v. WEST VIRGINIA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION; State Superintendent David Stewart; Marion County Board of Education; Marion County Superintendent Thomas Long; and West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission, Defendants Below/Appellants., 2004 WL 3262493, *3262493+ (Appellate Brief) (W.Va. Sep 28, 2004) Appellees' Brief (NO. 31785, 31786) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4337 Thomas MERCHANT, Appellant, v. STATE OF WYOMING, Department of Corrections, et al.,

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Appellees., 2007 WL 4223645, *4223645+ (Appellate Brief) (Wyo. Apr 05, 2007) Reply Brief of Appellant (NO. 06-278) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4338 Kent A KING, Appellant, v. STATE OF WYOMING ex rel Department of Transportation, Appellee., 2007 WL 2752873, *2752873+ (Appellate Brief) (Wyo. Jan 16, 2007) Appellant's Brief (NO. 06-252) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4339 U.S. v. Morrison, 1999 WL 1032805, *1032805+ (Appellate Brief) (U.S. Nov 12, 1999) BRIEF OF LAW PROFESSORS AS AMICI CURIAE IN SUPPORT OF PETITIONERS (NO. 99-29, 99-5) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) Trial Court Documents (U.S.A.) Trial Pleadings 4340 Walter Allen MCCLURE, Plaintiff, v. GEICO INSURANCE COMPANY, Defendant., 2005 WL 4132422, *4132422+ (Trial Pleading) (N.D.Ala. Sep 21, 2005) Complaint for Declaratory Judgment (NO. 05CV01971) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4341 John E. SEARCY III, Plaintiff, v. Charles E. CLAWSON Jr., individually and in his official capacity as Judge of the Chancery Court of Van Buren County, Arkansas, Third Division, Twentieth Judicial District, Defendant., 2001 WL 34813783, *34813783 (Trial Pleading) (E.D.Ark. Apr 17, 2001) Brief in Support of Verified Complaint for Civil Rights Violations (NO. 1-01CV00037) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4342 Travis Irvin MIDDLETON, Plaintiff, v. Rick Von GELDREN, Raul Vasquez, Bill Henebry, Joe Delia, J. Deleon Joyce Dudley, Gerarld Mccall Franklin, aka Gerry Franklin, aka Gerald Franklin, aka, Gerald McC Franklin, Brian E. Hill, Defendants., 2008 WL 5529758, *5529758 (Trial Pleading) (C.D.Cal. Dec 15, 2008) Complaint (NO. 208CV08231) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4343 In The Matter Of: Timothy N JOYNES, Plaintiff, v. Vincent P MECONI Secretary, Delaware Health and Social Services Charles E Hayward Director, Delaware Division of Child Support Enforcement The Honorable Martha Sackovich Commissioner, State of Delaware Family Court: New Castle County, Delaware The Honorable Mary Ann Herlihy Commissioner, State of Delaware Family Court: New Castle County, Delaware The Honorable Judge Jay H Conner Judge, State of Delaware Family Court:, 2005 WL 1529893, *1529893+ (Trial Pleading) (D.Del. May 26, 2005) Questions Presented for Review (NO. 05-332) " HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 4344 Sandra CHAMBERS, v. STATE OF MICHIGAN AND, LAPEER COUNTY CIRCUIT., 2010 WL 3163796, *3163796 (Trial Pleading) (E.D.Mich. Jun 24, 2010) Complaint for Declaratory Relief and Injunctive Relief (NO. 210CV1509) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4345 William J. HAGEMAN, Charles W. Hurd, Kyle Knutson, Jim Lovestar, Yves Nadeau, Pradeep Ramanathan, Barbara Starr, and Randy Starr, sponsored by the National Coalition of Free Men, Twin Cities Chapter; Jean M. Cody, Merrit R. Cody, Knute Gladen Timothy Kinley, Charles R. Perrin, Theresa Ditter, and Dan Barrett, sponsored by R-KIDS of Minnesota; and Richard Doyle, sponsored by the Men's Defense Association, in behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated,, 2003 WL 25257899, *25257899 (Trial Pleading) (D.Minn. Jun 06, 2003) Complaint (NO. 06CV02264) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 4346 Scott BOOTH, Thomas D. Loyd, Frank Solchaga, David Witte, Scott Wyman, Charles Perrin,

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Warren N. Higgins Jr., Knute Gladen, Michael Seeber, Terry Nyblom, and Stephen Blake forming the R-Kids Legal Action Committee, Richard Doyle of the Men's Defense Association, William J. Hageman, Charles W. Hurd, Klye Knutson, Jim Lovestar, Yves Nadeau, and Pradeep Ramanathan of the National Coalition of Free Men, Twin Cities Chapter, in behalf of themselves individually, 2000 WL 35427847, *35427847 (Trial Pleading) (D.Minn. Oct 17, 2000) Amended Complaint (NO. OOCV1672MJD/JGL) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 4347 Donald Ray TERRY, Plaintiff, v. CITY OF CHARLESTON, Mississippi, and Officers Brandon Hodges, Rodzenski Weekly, Terry Crowder and Chief John Deal., 2007 WL 3221850, *3221850 (Trial Pleading) (N.D.Miss. May 01, 2007) Complaint (NO. 207CV80-P-B) 4348 Christopher LANGDON, Plaintiff, v. Lyndo TIPPETT, Secretary of Transp. of the State of North Carolina; the North Carolina Department of Transportation (Ncdot); Roy Cooper, Attorney General of North Carolina, the State of North Carolina; the North Carolina Department of Justice & the Office of Attorney General., 2001 WL 34782896, *34782896 (Trial Pleading) (W.D.N.C. May 21, 2001) Civil Rights Complaint Challenging the Constitutonality of North Carolina Statutes & for Declaratory Judgement and Injunctive Relief & Incorporated Memorandum of Law (NO. 101CV107-C) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4349 Basil N. STEPHANATOS, and Others Similarly Situated, Plaintiff Pro Se, v. Ms. Mary Ann COHEN, Defendant Sued in her official and individual capacity and Robert W. Mopsick, Defendant Sued in his official and individual capacity, and Mr. David Virsotsky, Defendant Sued in his official and individual capacity and Ms. Dolores K. Sloviter,, Defendant, Sued in her official and individual capacity and Mark W. Everson, Defendant Commissioner of Int, 2005 WL 1788713, *1788713+ (Trial Pleading) (D.N.J. Jun 11, 2005) Complaint for Violation of Constitutional Rights, Defamation and Injurious Falsehood, Extortion or Willful Oppression Under the Color of Law, Discrimination, Obstruction of Justice, Violation of the ... (NO. 05-2992, DMC) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4350 Basil N. STEPHANATOS, and Others Similarly Situated Plaintiff Pro Se, v. Ms. Mary Ann COHEN, Defendant Sued in her official and individual capacity and Robert W. Mopsick, Defendant Sued in his official and individual capacity and Mr. David Virsotsky, Defendant Sued in hi official and individual capacity and Ms. Dolores K. Sloviter,, Defendant, Sued in her official and individual capacity and Mark W. Everson, Defendant Commissioner of Intern, 2005 WL 2099415, *2099415+ (Trial Pleading) (D.N.J. 2005) Amended Complaint for Violation of Constitutional Rights, Defamation and Injurious Falsehood, Extortion or Willful Oppression Under the Color of Law, Discrimination, Obstruction of Justice, Violation ... (NO. 05-CV-2992, DMC) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4351 Anthony BALDUCCI, Plaintiff, v. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, City of Gainesville, Defendants., 2004 WL 2409579, *2409579 (Trial Pleading) (E.D.N.Y. Jul 12, 2004) Complaint (NO. CV042967) HN: 5 (S.Ct.) 4352 Blondean McGEE and Diane Johnson, Plaintiffs, v. THE CITY OF ROCHESTER, Defendant., 2004 WL 3212685, *3212685 (Trial Pleading) (W.D.N.Y. Jul 02, 2004) Complaint (NO. 04CV6310S(P)) 4353 Dianne Renee VERBJAR and Larry Weekes and Eula Dozier, Plaintiffs, v. THE CITY OF ROCHESTER, Defendant., 2004 WL 3211714, *3211714 (Trial Pleading) (W.D.N.Y. Apr 15, 2004) Complaint (NO. 04CV6171L(F))

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.... Edgardo L. BIBILONI DEL VALLE, Plaintiff, v. THE COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO, The Police Department of Puerto Rico; Maria S. Diaz Baez, Galo Segarra Alonso, and Angel Rivera Gonzalez; All In Their Personal Capacities, Defendants. (Trial Pleading) (D.Puerto Rico Nov 15, 2007) Amended Complaint (NO. 307-CV-0136213) (Text not available on WESTLAW) 4355 CAPITOL PEOPLE FIRST et al., Petitioners/Plaintiffs, v. DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES (DDS) et al., Respondents/Defendants., 2002 WL 32820000, *32820000+ (Trial Pleading) (Cal.Superior May 07, 2002) State Defendants' Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of their Demurrer to Plaintiffs' Verified Complaint (NO. 02-038715) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4356 LAKESIDE LODGE, INC., v. TOWN OF NEW LONDON TOWN OF NEW LONDON ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT., 2007 WL 6097808, *6097808 (Trial Pleading) (N.H.Super. May 08, 2007) Petition of Appeal from Decision On Motion for Rehearing (NO. 07-E-0222) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4357 In the matter Of the Application of Det. stephen J. COLE-HATCHARD, Petitioner, v. H. Carl MCCALL, Comptroller of the State of New York, the Town of Clarkstown, and the Clarkstown Police Department, Respondents., 2002 WL 34343362, *34343362 (Trial Pleading) (N.Y.Sup. 2002) Memorandum of Law (NO. 2002-869) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) Expert Testimony 4358 PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF IDAHO, INC., and Glenn H. Weyhrich, M.D., Plaintiffs, v. Alan G. LANCE, Attorney General of the State of Idaho, and Greg Bower, Ada County Prosecuting Attorney, Defendants., 2005 WL 4044655, *4044655+ (Expert Report and Affidavit) (D.Idaho Oct 05, 2005) Declaration of Merlyn W. Clark Re: Plaintiffs' Motion for Attorneys' Fees and Costs (NO. CIV00-0353-S-MHW) Trial Motions, Memoranda and Affidavits 4359 Tracy COLLINS, et al., Plaintiffs, v. Janice K. BREWER, in her official capacity as Governor of the State of Arizona, et al., Defendants., 2010 WL 1459048, *1459048+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Ariz. Apr 01, 2010) Plaintiffs' Motion and Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Preliminary (NO. CV09-2402-PHX-JWS) " HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4360 Tracy COLLINS, et al., Plaintiffs, v. Janice K. BREWER, in her official capacity as Governor of the State of Arizona, et al., Defendants., 2010 WL 545311, *545311 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Ariz. Feb 11, 2010) Plaintiffs' Response to Motion to Dismiss (NO. CV09-2402-PHX-JWS) " HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4361 TUCSON WOMAN'S CLINIC, et al., Plaintiffs, v. Catherine EDEN, M.D., et al., Defendants., 2001 WL 35830637, *35830637+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Ariz. Apr 30, 2001) Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment Oral Argument Requested (NO. CIV00-141TUCRCC) HN: 1,4 (S.Ct.) 4362 Jimmy WEAVER, Plaintiff, v. TEAMSTERS UNION NO. 878, Defendant., 2005 WL 2487371, *2487371 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Feb 07, 2005) Brief in Support of Plaintiff's Response to Defendant's Summary Judgment Motion (NO.

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4-03-CV-00602GTE) 4363 Deldrick WITHERS, Plaintiff, v. DILLARD'S, INC., Defendant., 2004 WL 3553294, *3553294 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Jan 20, 2004) Plaintiff's Brief in Opposition to the Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 402CV00250JMM) 4364 Lawson KEITH Pilgrim, Plaintiff, v. STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY, State Farm Life Insurance Company, State Farm Fire and Casualty Company, and State Farm General Insurance Company, Defendants., 2003 WL 24169458, *24169458 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Aug 05, 2003) Plaintiff's Brief in Opposition of the Defendants' Motion for Partial Summary Judgment (NO. 402-CV-00596) 4365 John E. SEARCY III, Plaintiff, v. Charles E. CLAWSON Jr., individually and in his official capacity as Judge of the Chancery Court of Van Buren County, Arkansas, Third Division, Twentieth Judicial District, Defendant., 2002 WL 32898329, *32898329 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Aug 26, 2002) Brief in Support of Verified Complaint for Civil Rights Violations (NO. 4-02-CV-00532) 4366 Priscilla LEAKS, Plaintiff, v. CINTAS CORPORATION, Defendant., 2002 WL 32899048, *32899048 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Jul 12, 2002) Plaintiff's Brief in Support in Opposition to Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 401CV00618GTE) 4367 Bridget BROWN, Tinika Daniels, Tara Horne, Collett Lewis, Loretta McFadden, Janice Minor, Jenisa Williams, Angela Moore, Ruby Nichols, Veronica Norris, Erika Whitfield, Irma Nelson, Plaintiffs, v. DILLARD'S, INC., David Dotson, April Presley, Jevonne Jack, Deborah Abrams, Mary Windham, Pat Thessing, In His Individual and Official Capacity as a Police Officer for the North Little Rock Police Department, Michael S. Agnew, In His Individual and Official, 2002 WL 32899613, *32899613 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Jun 27, 2002) Plaintiffs' Brief and Support in Opposition to Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 4-00-CV-0240SWW) 4368 Vivian D. BELL, Plaintiff, v. GARY EUBANKS & ASSOCIATES, P.A., Defendant., 2002 WL 32897992, *32897992 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. May 28, 2002) Plaintiff's Brief in Support (NO. 402-CV-00249SWW) 4369 Teru HOLMES, Plaintiff, v. CENTRAL FORD CENTER, INC., d/b/a Landers Ford, Defendant., 2002 WL 32899546, *32899546 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. May 17, 2002) Plaintiff's Brief in Support (NO. 401CV00542GH) 4370 Dorothy SMITH, Plaintiff, v. THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE ARKANSAS TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM A Body Politic and Corporate, and William Shirron, In His Individual and Official Capacity as Director of the Arkansas Teacher Retirement System, and Dr. Angelo Coppola, In His Individual and Official Capacity as Deputy Director of the Arkansas Teacher Retirement System, Defendants., 2002 WL 32955086, *32955086 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Jan 07, 2002) Plaintiff's Brief in Support (NO. 4-01-CV0-0026GH) 4371 Bernard COLEMAN, Plaintiffs, v. HOME DEPOT U.S.A., INC., Defendant., 2001 WL 34814921, *34814921 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Nov 07, 2001) Plaintiff's Brief in Support in Opposition to the Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 400CV00961WRW) 4372 David B. WARREN, Plaintiff, v. L'OREAL USA PRODUCTS, INC., Defendant., 2001 WL

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34815476, *34815476 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Sep 25, 2001) Plaintiff's Brief in Support in Opposition to the Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 400-CV-00940WRW) 4373 John DOE, A Minor By His Mother and Next Friend, Jane Doe, Plaintiff, v. Carl BARGER, Individually and as Superintendent of the Arkansas School for the Deaf; Byron Caldwell, Individually and in His Capacity As Director of Student Life of the Arkansas School for the Deaf; State of Arkansas, Defendants., 2001 WL 34862849, *34862849 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Jul 16, 2001) Brief in Support of Replies to Motions to Dismiss Filed by the State of Arkansas, Carl Barger and Byron Caldwell and Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 401CV00196GH) 4374 Verna J. MCFADDEN, Plaintiff, v. THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES and Linda Taylor, Candace Conners, Defendants., 2001 WL 34814519, *34814519 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Jun 21, 2001) Plaintiff's Brief in Support (NO. 499CV000554GH) 4375 Michael COLEMAN, Plaintiff, v. HOLIDAY INN SELECT, Defendant., 2001 WL 34815862, *34815862 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Jun 05, 2001) Plaintiff's Supplemental Brief in Support in Opposition to Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 400CV000309GH) 4376 Verna J. MCFADDEN, Plaintiff, v. THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES and Linda Taylor, Candace Conners, Defendants., 2001 WL 34814517, *34814517 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. May 17, 2001) Plaintiff's Brief in Support (NO. 499CV000554GH) 4377 Connie KENDRICK, Plaintiff, v. MCGEORGE CONTRACTING CO., INC., Defendant., 2001 WL 34814891, *34814891 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Mar 26, 2001) Plaintiff's Brief in Support (NO. 400-CV-00576SMR) 4378 Barbara McCLOYEN, Plaintiff, v. UNITED PARCEL SERVICE, INC., Defendant., 2001 WL 34815321, *34815321 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Mar 02, 2001) Plaintiff's Brief in Opposition to the Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 400CV00150GTE) 4379 Kevin W. GEE Jr., Plaintiff, v. UNITED PARCEL SERVICE, INC., Defendant., 2000 WL 34543614, *34543614 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Oct 31, 2000) Plaintiff's Amended and Substituted Brief in Opposition to the Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 499CV00876WRW) 4380 Kevin W. GEE Jr, Plaintiff, v. UNITED PARCEL SERVICE, INC., Defendant., 2000 WL 34543613, *34543613 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Oct 30, 2000) Plaintiff's Brief in Opposition to the Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 499CV00876WRW) 4381 Rosie L. MAYWEATHER, Plaintiff, v. AFFILIATED FOODS SOUTHWEST, INC., Defendant., 2000 WL 34543702, *34543702 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Jun 06, 2000) Plaintiff's Amended and Substituted Brief in Support (NO. 499CV00510SMR) 4382 Rosie L. MAYWEATHER, Plaintiff, v. AFFILIATED FOODS SOUTHWEST, INC., Defendant., 2000 WL 34543701, *34543701 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ark. Jun 05, 2000) Plaintiff's Brief in Support (NO. 499CV00510SMR)

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4383 FORTUNA ENTERPRISES, L.P. d/b/a the Los Angeles Airport Hilton Hotel and Towers, a Delaware limited partnership, plaintiff, v. THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES, Karen Kalfayan, in her official capacity as City Clerk of the City of Los Angeles, Rockard J. Delgadillo, in his official capacity as City Attorney of the City of Los Angeles, City Council of the City of Los Angeles, and Does 1 through 30, inclusive, Defendants., 2008 WL 4196736, *4196736+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (C.D.Cal. Aug 25, 2008) Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Opposition to Motion to Dismiss (NO. 208CV04373) 4384 FORTUNA ENTERPRISES, L.P. d/b/a the Los Angeles Airport Hilton Hotel and Towers, a Delaware limited partnership, Plaintiff, v. THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES, Karen Kalfayan, in her official capacity as City Clerk of the City of Los Angeles, Rockard J. Delgadillo, in his official capacity as City Attorney of the City of Los Angeles, City Council of the City of Los Angeles, and Does 1 through 30, inclusive, Defendants., 2008 WL 4196738, *4196738+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (C.D.Cal. Jul 07, 2008) Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Application for Temporary Restraining Order (NO. 208CV04373) 4385 Carlos PERFINO and Jess Zuranich, Plaintiffs, v. STATE OF CALIFORNIA Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control A.B.C.??, ex Officio Steve Hardy, Director; Elizabeth Grazia, Lori Ajax; Juan G. Ayala; Heriberto Garcia, Defendants., 2009 WL 4618078, *4618078+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Cal. May 26, 2009) Plaintiffs' Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Opposition to Motion to Dismiss (NO. 209-CV-00833-GEB-KJM) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4386 Martha BERNDT, Marta Hastings, Judy Longo, Linda Scott, Sophia Curry, Sheri Adcock and Patricia Moreira, Individually and on Behalf of All Persons Similarly Situated, Plaintiffs, v. CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, Teresa schwartz, Joseph Mcgrath, David Skerik, Mario Ortiz, and Dwight Winslow, in their individual capacities, Defendants., 2005 WL 2614091, *2614091 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Cal. Aug 29, 2005) Plaintiffs' Opposition to Defendants' Motion to Dismiss with Prejudice Equal Protection, First Amendment Retaliation and Race Discrimination Claims from the Fourth Amended Complaint (NO. C03-3174TEH) 4387 Kelsie HARPER, a minor, by and through her parents, Ron and Cheryl Harper, Plaintiff, v. POWAY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT; Jeff Magnum, Linda Vanderveen, Penny Ranftle, Steve McMillan, and Andy Patapow, individually and in their official capacities as Members of the Board of the Poway Unified School District; Dr. Donald A. Phillips, individually and in his official capacity as Superintendent of the Poway Unified School District; Scott Fisher, individually, 2007 WL 4587862, *4587862+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Cal. Jun 22, 2007) Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Plaintiff's Renewed Motion for Reconsideration Under Fed. R. Civ. p. 60(b)(5) (NO. 04CV1103JAH(POR)) 4388 Tyler Chase HARPER and Kelsie K. Harper, minors, by and through their parents, Ron and Cheryl Harper, Plaintiffs, v. POWAY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT; Jeff Mangum, Linda Vanderveen, Penny Ranftle, Steve McMillan, and Andy Patapow, all individually and in their official capacity as Members of the Board of the Poway Unified School District; Dr Donald A. Phillips, individually, and in his official capacity as Superintendent of the Poway Unified School District;, 2004 WL 5496069, *5496069+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Cal. Dec 20, 2004) Plaintiffs' Motion for Injunction Pending Appeal ÝF.R.C.P. 62(c)¨ (NO.

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04CV1103JAH, POR) 4389 Tyler Chase HARPER, a minor, by and through his parents Ron and Cheryl Harper, Plaintiffs, v. POWAY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT; Jeff Mangum, Linda Vanderveen, Penny Ranftle, Steve McMillan, and Andy Patapow, all individually and in their official capacity as Members of the Board of the Poway Unified School District; Dr. Donald A. Phillips, individually, and in his official capacity as Superintendent of the Poway Unified School District; Scott Fisher,, 2004 WL 5496061, *5496061+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Cal. Aug 12, 2004) Plaintiffs' Opposition to Defendants' Motion to Dismiss (NO. 04CV1103JAH, POR) 4390 TYLER CHASE HARPER, a minor, by and through his parents Ron and Cheryl Harper, Plaintiffs, v. POWAY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT; Jeff Mangum, Linda Vanderveen, Penny Ranftle, Steve Mcmillan, and Andy Patapow, all individually and in their official capacity as Members of the Board of the Poway Unified School District; Dr. Donald A. Phillips, individually, and in his official capacity as Superintendent of the Poway Unified School District; Scott Fisher,, 2004 WL 2545399, *2545399+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Cal. Jul 12, 2004) Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Plaintiffs' Motion for Preliminary Injunction (NO. 04CV1103JAN, POR) 4391 James G. JERPSETH, and Atonement Lutheran Church, Plaintiffs, v. Alan D. BERSIN, et al., Defendants., 2002 WL 32691329, *32691329+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Cal. Oct 28, 2002) Plaintiffs' Reply to Defendants' Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Opposition to Plaintiffs' Cross Motion for Summary Judgment Plaintiffs' Reply to Defendants' Memorandum of Points and ... (NO. 01-CV-1807-JM) 4392 James G. JERPSETH, and Atonement Lutheran Church, Plaintiffs, v. Alan D. BERSIN, et al., Defendants., 2002 WL 32690890, *32690890+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Cal. Oct 04, 2002) Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Plaintiffs' Cross Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 01-CV-1807-JM, LSP) 4393 Marion LANDERS, Marion A. Dixon, and Muriel Grigley, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated, Plaintiffs, v. Michael O. LEAVITT, Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Defendant., 2005 WL 4113405, *4113405+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Conn. Oct 31, 2005) Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 304CV1988(JCH)) 4394 Robert LAMSON, Robert Nelson, Robert Cherry, Joseph T. Collett, Anthony Anastasi, Nicholas Cecere, and Kevin Kelly, Plaintiffs, v. Richard BLUMENTHAL, Nancy Wyman, Susan Cogswell, Barbara Waters, Peter Blum, Robert D. Baus, Carmen Boudier, Stephen J. Caliendo, Charles Casella, Robert D. Coffey, Thomas P. Culley, David O. Elliot, Michael Ferrucci, Edward Marth, Steve Perruccio, Claude Poulin, Richard D. Wilber, Linda J. Yelmani, Defendants., 2002 WL 32808772, *32808772 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Conn. May 07, 2002) Memorandum of Law in Opposition to Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 3-00-CV-1274, JCH) 4395 AJAY NAIDU RAVULAPALLI, et. al., Plaintiffs, v. Janet NAPOLITANO, Secretary, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, et al., Defendants., 2010 WL 3481296, *3481296 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.D.C. Jun 10, 2010) Plaintiffs' Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Opposition to Defendants' Motion to Dismiss or Transfer (NO. 10CV00447, CKK)

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4396 Binu Kurien GEORGE, Plaintiff, v. Janet NAPOLITANO, Secretary, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, et al., Defendants., 2010 WL 2519111, *2519111 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.D.C. Apr 13, 2010) Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Plaintiff's Motion to Reconsider and to Alter or Amend the Judgment (NO. 09-1519, RMC) 4397 James M. JONES, Plaintiff, v. AIR LINE PILOTS ASSOCIATION, INTERNATIONAL, et al., Defendants., 2010 WL 2519076, *2519076+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.D.C. Feb 22, 2010) Plaintiff's Opposition to Federal Defendants' Motion to Dismiss (NO. 09-1075, JDB) 4398 Charles Francis HUDSON, II, Plaintiff/Accuser, v. Dorothy W. RUCKER, A. Clark, and John W. Snow, Defendants/Accuseds., 2004 WL 2058135, *2058135 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.D.C. May 12, 2004) Plaintiff's Reply to Defendants Opposition to Holding Summary Judgment in Abeyance (NO. 103-760, PLF) 4399 Edwena R. HEGNA, individually and as Executrix of the Estate of Charles Hegna, late of Sterling, Virginia; Steven A. Hegna; Craig M. Hegna; Lynn Marie Hegna Moore; and Paul B. Hegna, Petitioners, v. Paul H. O'NEILL, Secretary of the Treasury of the United States of America, Respondent., 2002 WL 32934350, *32934350+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.D.C. May 16, 2002) Motion for Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction (NO. 102-CV-00857-HHK) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4400 Michael H. PRICE and Roger K. Frey, Plaintiffs, v. SOCIALIST PEOPLE'S LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA, Defendant., 1998 WL 34368800, *34368800+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.D.C. Jan 21, 1998) Defendant's Motion to Dismiss (NO. 197CV975, HHG) 4401 Elizabeth BOOK, Plaintiff, v. CITY OF DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA, Defendant., 2008 WL 7191513, *7191513 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (M.D.Fla. Nov 29, 2008) Plaintiff's Response to Defendant's Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings (NO. 608-CV-1180-ORL-28DA) 4402 Elizabeth BOOK, Plaintiff, v. THE CITY OF DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA, a Florida municipal corporation, Defendant., 2008 WL 7191512, *7191512 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (M.D.Fla. Oct 15, 2008) Defendant City of Daytona Beach's Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings (NO. 608-CV-1180-ORL-28DA) HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4403 Moshe LEIB, d/b/a Tblimo.com Plaintiff/Appellant, v. THE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION, Defendant/Appellee., 2007 WL 6963622, *6963622 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (M.D.Fla. Nov 01, 2007) Defendant's Dispositive Motion to Dismiss Counts I through VII of the Plaintiff's Complaint for Failure to State a Claim upon Which Relief Can Be Granted and Incorporated Memorandum of Law (NO. 807-CV-1598-24-TGW) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4404 POE & ASSOCIATES, LLC, Plaintiff, v. CITIZENS PROPERTY INSURANCE CORPORATION, Defendant., 2006 WL 2189250, *2189250 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (M.D.Fla. Jun 29, 2006) Plaintiff's Motion for Preliminary Injunction and Incorporated Memorandum of Law (NO. 806-CV-01156-RAL-TGW) 4405 Matthew WALTER, Plaintiff, v. THE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION, Defendant., 2005 WL 3614731, *3614731 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (M.D.Fla. Dec 01, 2005) HCPTC's Memorandum of Law in Support of Its Dis-

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positive Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim upon Which Relief Can be Granted (NO. 805-CV-02096-SCB-MAP) 4406 Gannon SHEPHERD, Individually and on Behalf of All Others Similarly Situated, Plaintiffs, v. GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, a Delaware Corporation, Defendant., 2004 WL 2741536, *2741536 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (M.D.Fla. Apr 27, 2004) Defendant's Opposition To Plaintiff's Motion to Remand and Motion for Fees and Costs (NO. 04-CV-156J-25HTS) 4407 Joanne JENKINS and Quenton Wooden, Plaintiffs, v. CITY OF TALLAHASSEE, Walter McNeil, Chuck Perry, and Two Unknown Officers, Defendants., 2006 WL 1025696, *1025696 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Fla. Mar 06, 2006) Trial Brief (NO. 403-CV-208-SPM/AK) 4408 Joanne JENKINS and Quenton Wooden, Plaintiffs, v. CITY OF TALLAHASSEE, et al., Defendants., 2006 WL 423081, *423081 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Fla. Jan 30, 2006) Memorandum of Law in Support of Officer Chuck Perry's Motion for Summary Judgment Against Plaintiff Jenkins (NO. 403-CV-208-SPM/AK) 4409 Thomas JOHNSON, et al., Plaintiffs, v. Jeb BUSH, et al., Defendants., 2002 WL 32495012, *32495012+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Fla. Jan 25, 2002) Plaintiffs' Memorandum of Law in Support of Plaintiffs' Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment and in Opposition to Defendants Clemency Board Members' Motion for Summary Judgement (NO. 00-3542-CIV-KING) 4410 Thomas JOHNSON, et al., Plaintiffs, v. Jeb BUSH, et al., Defendants., 2002 WL 32495000, *32495000+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Fla. Jan 18, 2002) Plaintiffs' Memorandum of Law in Support of Plaintiffs' Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment and in Opposition to Defendants Clemency Board Members' Motion for Summary Judgement (NO. 00-3542-CIV-KING) 4411 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES, INC., A Florida corporation, etc., Plaintiff, v. UNITED PARCEL SERVICE, INC., etc., et al., Defendants., 2001 WL 34726042, *34726042 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Fla. Jul 23, 2001) United Parcel Service, Inc.'s Memorandum in Support of Federal Subject-Matter Jurisdiction (NO. 00-9073-CIV-HURLEY/L) 4412 Thomas JOHNSON, et al, Plaintiffs, v. Jeb BUSH, et al., Defendants., 2001 WL 34544528, *34544528 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Fla. Jan 25, 2001) Plaintiffs' Memorandum of Law in Opposition to Defendants' Motion to Dismiss (NO. 00-3542-CIV-KING) 4413 RODRIGO RESTREPO, Fernando Villacis, Randolph Wynns, Omar Escobar, Carlos Miranda, Ricardo Becker, Najib Segebre, and Mario Hernandez, individually, Plaintiffs, v. MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Consumer Services Department, Passenger Transportation Regulatory Division and Shelia Rushton as Director, Consumer Services Department, and Steve Oxenhandler, as Director, Passenger Transportation Regulatory Division, Defendants., 2000 WL 34469642, *34469642 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Fla. May 24, 2000) Defendants' Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion to Dismiss (NO. 00-01132-CIV-LENARD/) 4414 Margaret HERRMAN, Plaintiff, v. James LEDBETTER; Thomas C. Meredith, in his official capacity as Chancellor of the Georgia Board of Regents, Defendants., 2004 WL 3375754,

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*3375754 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (M.D.Ga. Apr 16, 2004) Plaintiff's Memorandum of Law in Response to Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 303-CV-4(CAR)) 4415 Leigh SCHLUMPER, Plaintiff, v. Tim HIGGINS, et al., Defendants., 2008 WL 7298019, *7298019+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Ga. Apr 28, 2008) Plaintiff's Response to Defendants' Motion to Dismiss (NO. 308-CV-021-JTC) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4416 EUROPEAN CONNECTIONS & TOURS, INC., Plaintiff, v. ALBERTO GONZALES in his Official capacity as Attorney General of the United States and the United States of America, Defendants., 2006 WL 736171, *736171 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Ga. Feb 24, 2006) Brief in Support (NO. 06CV00426) 4417 Lance LEVITT, On Behalf of Himself And All Other Similarly Situated, Plaintiff, v. GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, Defendant., 2004 WL 1982035, *1982035 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Ga. Feb 09, 2004) Defendant's Brief in Opposition to Plaintiff's Motion to Remand (NO. 12003-CV-4018-JEC) 4418 Sara LARIOS, et al. and Eric B. Johnson, Plaintiffs, v. Cathy COX, in her official capacities as Secretary of State of Georgia and Chair of the State Election Board, Defendant., 2004 WL 5318004, *5318004 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Ga. Jan 06, 2004) Plaintiffs' Joint Pre-Trial Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law (NO. 103-CV-693, CAP) 4419 KAMAOLE POINTE DEVELOPMENT LP; Alaku Pointe LP, Plaintiffs, v. COUNTY OF MAUI; et al., Defendants., 2008 WL 7191170, *7191170+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Hawai'i Sep 11, 2008) Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Opposition to County Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment, Filed on August 13, 2008; Certificate of Service (NO. CV07-00447DAELEK) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4420 KAMAOLE POINTE DEVELOPMENT LP; Alaku Pointe LP, Plaintiffs, v. COUNTY OF MAUI; et al., Defendants., 2008 WL 7191168, *7191168+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Hawai'i Aug 13, 2008) Memorandum in Support of Motion (NO. CV07-00447DAELEK) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4421 Mary E. PACHECO, Plaintiff, v. WILL COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE, Paul Kaupas, in his individual capacity, Martin N. Nowak, in his individual capacity, Steve McGrath, in his individual capacity, David Van Dyke, in his individual capacity, and Will County Sheriff's Merit Commission, Robert W. Georgantas, Clarnce Red Jim Albritton, in their individual capacity, Will County, a unit of local Government, Dona Van Roosendal, and Henry Berry, in his individual, 2009 WL 3373858, *3373858 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Ill. Jan 15, 2009) Plaintiff's Response to Defendant Henry Berry's Motion to Dismiss (NO. 108CV05403) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4422 Chris LAWRENCE, Citizens to Elect Chris Lawrence, Marilyn Pierce, Joseph Teller and Lynn Rowley, Plaintiffs, v. BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO and its members Langdon D. Neal, Richard A. Cowen, and Lisa Madigan, Attorney General of the State of Illinois, Defendants., 2007 WL 929082, *929082 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Ill. Feb 15, 2007) Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Support of Their Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 07CV0566) 4423 Jeannette P. TAMAYO, Plaintiff, v. Governor Rod R. BLAGOJEVICH, sued in his individual

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capacity, Brian Hamer, sued in his individual and official capacity, Alonzo Monk, sued in his individual capacity, Illinois Department of Revenue, Illinois Gaming Board, Aaron Jaffe, sued in his official capacity, Charles Gardner, sued in his official capacity, Eugene Winkler, sued in his official capacity, Joe Moore, Jr., sued in his official capacity, James E. Sullivan, sued in his, 2006 WL 4023931, *4023931+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Ill. Dec 13, 2006) Plaintiff's Response in Opposition to Defendants' Motions to Dismiss (NO. 06CV3151) 4424 SCOTT AVIATION, INC. an Illinois Corporation, and Anthony Aiello, v. DUPAGE AIRPORT AUTHORITY, a Municipal Corporation, Defendant., 2004 WL 2817066, *2817066+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Ill. Sep 2004) DuPage Airport Authority's Memorandum of Law in Support of Amended Motion to Dismiss Plaintiffs' Amended Complaint (NO. 04C3048) 4425 Maria RAMOS, et al., Plaintiffs, v. John ASHCROFT, Attorney General; et al., Defendants., 2003 WL 23820300, *23820300 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Ill. Dec 15, 2003) Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Opposition to Defendants' Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim (NO. 02C8266) 4426 David HUGHES, Plaintiff, v. CITY OF CHICAGO, an Illinois municipal corporation; Quest Diagnostics, Inc., a New Jersey corporation; and Dr. Hugh Russell, in his individual capacity and official Capacity as Medical Review Officer of the Chicago Fire Department, Defendants., 2003 WL 23820986, *23820986 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Ill. Apr 08, 2003) Defendants City of Chicago and Dr. Hugh Russell's Reply in Further Support of Their Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff's Complaint (NO. 02C7267) 4427 John DOE, Plaintiff, v. PERRY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, Randy McCaulley, Individually and in his official capacity as Superintendent of Perry Community School District, Dan Marburger, Individually and in his official capacity as Principal of the Perry High School, Bob Gittens, Individually and in his official capacity as Associate Principal of the Perry High School, and Jerry ""Pat"" Jans, Individually and in his official capacity as School Resource Officer in, 2004 WL 3022962, *3022962+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Iowa Apr 14, 2004) Memorandum in Support of Motion for Preliminary Injunction (NO. 404-CV-40161) 4428 John DOE, Plaintiff, v. PERRY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, Randy Mccaulley, Individually and in his official capacity as Superintendent of Perry Community School District, Dan Marburger, Individually and in his official capacity as Principal of the Perry High School, Bob Gittens, Individually and in his official capacity as Associate Principal of the Perry High School, and Jerry ""Pat"" Jans, Individually and in his official capacity as School Resource Officer in, 2004 WL 3126264, *3126264+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Iowa Apr 14, 2004) Memorandum in Support of Motion for Preliminary Injunction (NO. 404-CV-40161) 4429 Jacque FARNSWORTH, Plaintiff, v. CITY OF MULVANE, Kansas;, Defendant., 2009 WL 4663330, *4663330 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Kan. Apr 03, 2009) Memorandum in Support of Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 608CV01150) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4430 James V. GAY and Earl Gay, Plaintiffs, v. Teddy E. MARTIN and Fred Shortridge, in His Offi-

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cial Capacity as Montgomery County Sheriff, Defendants., 2009 WL 4701738, *4701738 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ky. Nov 03, 2009) Renewed Motion to Dismiss of Defendant, Fred Shortridge in His Official Capacity as Montgomery County Sheriff (NO. 509CV00026) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4431 James V. GAY and Earl Gay, Plaintiffs, v. Teddy E. MARTIN and Fred Shortridge, in His Official Capacity as Montgomery County Sheriff, Defendant., 2009 WL 4701739, *4701739 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ky. Feb 13, 2009) Motion to Dismiss of Defendant, Fred Shortridge in His Official Capacity as Montgomery County Sheriff (NO. 509CV00026) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4432 Mark NICKOLAS, Plaintiff, v. Governor Ernie FLETCHER, et al., Defendants., 2006 WL 5150199, *5150199+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Ky. Aug 04, 2006) Memorandum in Support of Motion to Dismiss (NO. 0306-CV-00043-KKC) 4433 Michael HOWELLS, v. CITY OF NEW ORLEANS., 2004 WL 3343354, *3343354 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.La. Apr 14, 2004) Application for Temporary Restraining Order (NO. 04-1035) 4434 THE TOGA SOCIETY, INC., d/b/a The Krewe of Aladdin, v. JEFFERSON PARISH SHERIFF HARRY LEE, et al., 2004 WL 2468455, *2468455+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.La. Feb 19, 2004) Plaintiff's Reply Memorandum to the Parish's Memorandum in Opposition to Motion for Partial Summary Judgment (NO. 03-2981) 4435 Victoria W., Plaintiff, v. Jerry J. LARPENTER, et al., Defendants., 2002 WL 32520114, *32520114 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.La. Mar 19, 2002) Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 00-1960) 4436 Elaine JOYCE, Plaintiff, v. TOWN OF DENNIS, Dennis Pines Golf Course, Dennis Highlands, Robert Canevazzi, Michael Cummings, Dennis Penner, and Russell Champoux, Defendants., 2009 WL 4642533, *4642533 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Mass. Aug 17, 2009) Plaintiff's Memorandum in Support of Motion for Partial Summary Judgment (NO. 108CV10277) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4437 FATHERS AND FAMILIES, INC., Todd Sandahl, Michael Fogg, Plaintiffs, v. Robert A. MULLIGAN, in his Official capacity, and the Justices of the Trial Court of Massachusetts, Defendants., 2008 WL 7243355, *7243355 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Mass. Dec 23, 2008) Memorandum of Law Supporting Plaintiffs' Request for Preliminary Injunction (NO. 108CV12140) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4438 Michael B. ELGIN, Aaron Lawson, Henry Tucker and Christon Colby on behalf of themselves and similarly situated men throughout the United States, Plaintiffs, v. George W. BUSH, individually and in his official capacity as President of the United States; Henry M. Paulson, Jr., individually and in his official capacity as Secretary of the Treasury; Dirk Kempthorne, individually and in his official capacity as Secretary of the Interior; United States of, 2008 WL 2148491, *2148491 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Mass. Mar 03, 2008) Defendants' Memorandum in Support of Their Motion to Dismiss Plaintiffs' First Amended Class Action Complaint (NO. 07-12391-DPW) 4439 In Pro Se Jose F. REUTER, v. WASHINGTON COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES ET AL., 2006 WL 1451723, *1451723 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Md. Apr 19, 2006) Appellan Respose to Defendant Dawn Morales Supplemental Consolidated Response, to

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Plaintiff's Motion to Append and Errata and Appellant Response to Down Morales Repl to Appellant Motion to Dismiss (NO. CCB-06-334) HN: 1,3,5 (S.Ct.) 4440 David DONAHOWER, Plaintiff, v. Douglas Brian BOSCH, Defendant., 2004 WL 2359075, *2359075 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Md. Jun 01, 2004) Plaintiff's Memorandum in Opposition to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss, or in the Alternative for Summary Judgment (NO. 103-CV-1801-JFM104-C) 4441 David DONAHOWER, Plaintiff, v. Douglas Brian BOSCH, Defendant., 2004 WL 2632051, *2632051 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Md. Jun 2004) Plaintiff's Memorandum in Opposition to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss, or in the Alternative for Summary Judgment (NO. 103-CV-1801-JFM104-C) 4442 H. Kevin KNUSSMAN, Plaintiff, v. STATE OF MARYLAND, et al., Defendants., 2002 WL 32808958, *32808958 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Md. Mar 01, 2002) Declaration of Lenora M. Lapidus in Support of Plaintiff's Supplemental Fee Petition (NO. 02-2130, CIV. B-95-1255) 4443 Darlene SKIDGELL, Plaintiff, v. Rebecca JACKSON, M.D., and Adair Bowlby, M.C. Defendants., 2005 WL 2864157, *2864157+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Me. Sep 30, 2005) Plaintiff's Motion in Limine (NO. 04-CV-268-P-S) 4444 Alison BLEVINS, a minor, by and through Chris and Leigh Blevins, Natural Parents;, Plaintiffs, v. EAST TALLAHATCHIE SCHOOL DISTRICT; William H. Tribble; in his official capacity as superintendant of East Tallahatchie School District and in his individual capacity; and Ricky Garvin, in his official capacity as Principal of Charleston Junior High School and in his individual capacity, Defendants., 2009 WL 4703167, *4703167+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Miss. Oct 23, 2009) Plaintiff's Memorandum of Authorities in Opposition to Defendants' Motion to Dismiss (NO. 209CV00151) " HN: 1,4,5 (S.Ct.) 4445 CHOOSE LIFE OF MISSOURI, INC., et al. Plaintiffs, v. TRISH VINCENT, Defendant., 2007 WL 4672146, *4672146 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (W.D.Mo. Oct 01, 2007) Memorandum in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 06-443-CV-W-SOW) 4446 PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF KANSAS AND MID-MISSOURI, INC., Plaintiffs, v. Jane DRUMMOND, Director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, et al., Defendants., 2007 WL 2571319, *2571319+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (W.D.Mo. Aug 29, 2007) Suggestions of Intervenor Dr. Allen Palmer in Support of Motion for Temporary Restraining Order (NO. 207-CV-04164-ODS) 4447 PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF KANSAS AND MID-MISSOURI, INC. on behalf of itself, its staff, and its patients, Plaintiff, v. Jane DRUMMOND, Director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, in her official capacity, et al., Defendants., 2007 WL 2571325, *2571325+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (W.D.Mo. Aug 20, 2007) Plaintiff's Suggestions in Support of a Motion for a Preliminary Injunction and for Expedited Briefing and Hearing on That Motion or for a Temporary Restraining Order Pending the Outcome on That ... (NO. 07-4164-CV-C-NKL) 4448 Bola AJIWOJU, Plaintiff, v. CURATOR OF UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI KANSAS CITY (UMKC), Defendant., 2007 WL 4672058, *4672058 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (W.D.Mo. Apr 11, 2007) In Support of Plaintiff's Opposition to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff's Complaint Claims or Court Lack Personal Jurisdiction on Count III & V

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4449 Deanna TIPLER, Plaintiff, v. DOUGLAS COUNTY, Nebraska and Robert Houston, Director of Douglas County Corrections, Defendants., 2006 WL 351477, *351477+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Neb. Jan 30, 2006) Reply Brief to Plaintiff's Brief in Opposition to Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 804CV470) 4450 Mara Emilie WANDERER, Plaintiff, v. State of Nevada, Defendant., 2007 WL 4639519, *4639519 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Nev. Jun 29, 2007) Opposition to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss and Countermotion for Injunctive Relief and Summary Judgment (NO. 207-CV-00122KJD-PAL) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4451 Mara Emilie WANDERER, Plaintiff, v. State of Nevada, Defendant., 2007 WL 4639548, *4639548 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Nev. Jan 30, 2007) Motion for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief (NO. 07CV00122) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4452 Tony VINCENT, et al, Plaintiffs, v. Shirley PARRAGUIRRE, Defendant., 2003 WL 24265450, *24265450+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Nev. Jul 23, 2003) Amended Opposition to Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. CV-S-03-0398-PMP-LRL) 4453 David D'AQUIN, individually and as class representative, together with others similarly situated, Plaintiffs, v. Shirley PARRAGUIRRE, Defendant., 2003 WL 24265195, *24265195+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Nev. Jul 18, 2003) Reply to Opposition to Motion for Summary Judgment and Opposition to Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. CVS-02-1273-PMP-LRL) 4454 DAVID D'AQUIN, individually and as class representative, together with others similarly situated, Plaintiffs, v. Shirley PARRAGUIRRE, Defendant., 2003 WL 24265198, *24265198+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Nev. Jul 18, 2003) Reply to Opposition to Motion for Summary Judgment and Opposition to Cross-Motion for Summary Judgmen T (NO. CVS-02-1273-RLH-LRL) 4455 David D'AQUIN, individually and as class representative, together with others similarly situated, Plaintiffs, v. Shirley PARRAGUIRRE, Defendants., 2002 WL 32981386, *32981386+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Nev. Sep 30, 2002) Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. CV-S-02-1273-RLH-LRL) 4456 O.T., a minor child, by and through her next friends, Robert T. Turton and Maryann Turton, Plaintiff, v. FRENCHTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF EDUCATION, a political subdivision of the State of New Jersey; Catherine Lent, individually and in her official capacity as President of Frenchtown Elementary School District Board of Education; and Joyce Brennan, individually and in her official capacity as Superintendent of Frenchtown Elementary, 2006 WL 1733393, *1733393+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.N.J. May 26, 2006) Plaintiff's Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 05-CV-2623, TJB/SRC) 4457 THE CHILDREN FIRST FOUNDATION, INC., a New York non-profit corporation duly registered in the State of New Jersey, and Dr. Elizabeth Rex, an individual, Plaintiffs, v. Diane LEGREIDE, individually and in her official capacity as former Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission; Sharon Harrington, individually and in her official capacity as Acting Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission; Daria Gerard, indi-

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vidually and in, 2006 WL 1733023, *1733023+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.N.J. May 01, 2006) Reply Brief on Behalf of Defendants in Support of Motion for Dismissal Pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 12(b) (6) for Failure to State a Claim (NO. 04-2137, MLC) 4458 CITY SPEC, INC. et al., v. ANGELLO., 2009 WL 4902229, *4902229 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.N.Y. Apr 03, 2009) Plaintiffs' Reply Memorandum of Law in Support of Their Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. CV071224) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4459 CITYSPEC, INC. et al., v. ANGELLO., 2009 WL 4902230, *4902230+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.N.Y. Apr 03, 2009) Defendant's Brief in Opposition to Plaintiffs' Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Their Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. CV-07-1224, LDW) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4460 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, v. Joseph MASSINO, et. al., Defendants., 2005 WL 5792332, *5792332+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.N.Y. Jan 06, 2005) Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion for Release from Administrative Segregation (NO. 03CR929, S-2) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4461 Eric AMIDON, Winston Brownlow, and Collegian Action Leadership League of New York By Its President, Plaintiffs, v. THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY and the President Student Association of the State University of New York at Albany, in his official capacity and Nypirg Defendants., 2005 WL 2104856, *2104856 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.N.Y. May 23, 2005) Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Support of Their Motion for Summary Judgment Oppositions to Defendant's and Intervenor's Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 04-CV-0256(DNH/DRH)) 4462 Eric AMIDON, Winston Brownlow, and Collegian Action Leadership League of New York by its President, Plaintiffs, v. THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY and the President Student Association of the State University of New York at Albany, in his official capacity and Nypirg Defendants., 2005 WL 2169521, *2169521 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.N.Y. May 23, 2005) Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Support of Their Motion for Summary Judgment Oppositions to Defendant's and Intervenor's Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 04-CV-0256(DNH/DRH)) 4463 Eric AMIDON, Winston Brownlow, and Collegian Action Leadership League of New York by its President, Plaintiffs, v. THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY and the President Student Association of the State University of New York at Albany, in his official capacity and Nypirg Defendants., 2005 WL 6228791, *6228791 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.N.Y. May 23, 2005) Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Support of Their Motion for Summary Judgment Oppositions to Defendant's and Intervenor's Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 04-CV-0256(DNH/DRH)) HN: 3 (S.Ct.) 4464 Eric AMIDON, Winston Brownlow, and Collegian Action Leadership League of New York by its President, Plaintiffs, v. THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ABLANY and the President Student Association of the State University of New York at Albany, in his official capacity Defendant., 2004 WL 3507649, *3507649 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.N.Y. Dec 14, 2004) Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Support of Their Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 04-CV-0256(DNH/DRH))

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4465 Eric AMIDON, Winston Brownlow, and Collegian Action Leadership League of New York By Its President, Plaintiffs, v. THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY, the President Student Association of the State University of New York at Albany, in his official capacity, and the New York Public Interest Research Group (""Nypirg""), Defendants., 2004 WL 3507651, *3507651 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.N.Y. 2004) Memorandum in Opposition to Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment and in Support of Defendant Nypirg's Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 04-CV-0256, DNH) 4466 Eric AMIDON, Winston Brownlow, and Collegian Action Leadership League of New York by its President, Plaintiffs, v. THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY, the President Student Association of the State University of New York at Albany, in his official capacity, and the New York Public Interest Research Group (""Nypirg""), Defendants., 2004 WL 3514558, *3514558 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.N.Y. 2004) Memorandum in Opposition to Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment and in Support of Defendant Nypirg'S Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 04-CV-0256, DAN) 4467 Eric AMIDON, Winston Brownlow, and Collegian Action Leadership League of New York by Its President, Plaintiffs, v. THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY, the President Student Association of the State University of New York at Albany, in his official capacity, and the New York Public Interest Research Group (Nypirg), Defendants., 2004 WL 5653329, *5653329 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.N.Y. 2004) Memorandum in Opposition to Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment and in Support of Defendant Nypirg's Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 04-CV-0256, DNH) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4468 Roy Den HOLLANDER, Plaintiff on behalf of himself and all others similarly situated, v. COPACABANA NIGHTCLUB, China Club, A.E.R. Lounge, Lotus, Sol, and Jane Doe Promoters, Defendants., 2007 WL 4618214, *4618214+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.N.Y. Dec 27, 2007) Plaintiff Class Supplemental Memorandum of Law in Opposition to Defendants Supplemental Rule 12(b)(6) Motions to Dismiss (NO. 07CV5873, MGC) 4469 Frank V. PONTERIO, Plaintiff, v. Judith S. KAYE, Chief Judge of the State of New York, Jonathan Lippman, Chief Administrative Judge of the Courts, John T. Buckley, Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division, First Department, A. Gail Prudenti, Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division, Second Department, Anthony V. Cardonna, Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division, Third Department, Eugene F. Pigott, Jr., Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division, Fourth, 2007 WL 2821346, *2821346+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.N.Y. Jun 22, 2007) Plaintiff's Memorandum of Law in Opposition to Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment and in Support of a Continuance (NO. 06CV6289, HB) 4470 Michael FILOZOF, Plaintiff, v. MONROE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, et al., Defendants., 2008 WL 897886, *897886 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (W.D.N.Y. Feb 15, 2008) Memorandum of Law in Support of Plaintiff's Motion for Declaratory Relief and a Permanent Injunction Against Defendants' Discriminatory Programs (NO. 04-CV-6545L(F)) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4471 Donna COUSINS, Plaintiff, v. Robert BRAY, et al, Defendants., 2003 WL 23790535, *23790535 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.Ohio 2003) Reply Memorandum to Plaintiffs'

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Memorandum Contra Defendants' Motion for Stay (NO. C2-03-1071) 4472 Paul ROYSE, Plaintiff, v. State of Oklahoma, Office of, Juvenile Affairs, et al., Defendants., 2007 WL 6931605, *6931605+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Okla. Oct 01, 2007) Plaintiff's Opening Brief in Support of Motion for Partial Summary Judgment (NO. 406-CV-00509-GKF-FHM) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4473 NOVA HEALTH SYSTEMS, d/b/a Reproductive Services, on behalf of itself, its staff, and its, patients, Plaintiffs, v. Mike FOGARTY, in his official capacity as chief executive officer of the Oklahoma Health Care Authority, et al., Defendants., 2002 WL 32836357, *32836357 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.D.Okla. Feb 27, 2002) Defendant Mike Fogarty's Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. CIV-01CV0419K, E) 4474 FREE SPEECH COALITION, INC., et al., Plaintiffs, v. THE HONORABLE ERIC H. HOLDER, JR., Attorney General, Defendant., 2009 WL 4964195, *4964195 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Pa. Oct 07, 2009) Memorandum in Support of Plaintiffs' Motion for Preliminary Injunction (NO. 09CV04607) 4475 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, v. Tarik ROBERTS, Defendant., 2008 WL 7513714, *7513714 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (M.D.Pa. Aug 15, 2008) Reply Brief in Support of Motion to Dismiss for Selective Prosecution (NO. 408-CR-88) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4476 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, v. Tarik ROBERTS, Defendant., 2008 WL 7513715, *7513715 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (M.D.Pa. Aug 15, 2008) Reply Brief in Support of Motion to Compel Discovery (NO. 408-CR-88) " HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4477 WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS, INC., Plaintiff, v. Edward G. RENDELL, Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and Estelle B. Richman, Secretary of the Department of Public Welfare, and James Hardy, Deputy Secretary for Medical Assistance Programs, Defendants., 2006 WL 1853984, *1853984+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (M.D.Pa. May 12, 2006) Plaintiff's Brief In Support of Motion for Summary Judgment and Motion To Enforce Judgment (NO. 1CV-06-82) 4478 Richard Lawrence WARNER, Plaintiff, v. Catherine B. MCVEY, State of PA Board of Probation and Parole, Patricia Lightner and James Williams, Defendants., 2009 WL 5118934, *5118934 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (W.D.Pa. Nov 23, 2009) Brief in Support of State Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 08-55ERIE) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4479 RHODE ISLAND FISHERMEN'S ALLIANCE, INC., by and through its President, Richard Fuka, Steven Riley, individually, Brian Loftes, individually, Stephen Mederios, individually, Greg Duckworth, individually, Vincent Carvalho, individually, Peter Dibiase, Esq., individually, Robert Morris, individually, and Andrew Cavanagh, individually, Plaintiffs, v. THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT and W. Michael Sullivan, PH.D. in his capacity as the Director of the Rhode, 2008 WL 2560978, *2560978 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.R.I. Apr 10, 2008) Memorandum of Law in Response and in Objection to ""defendants' Memorandum of Law in Opposition to Plaintiffs' Motion for Declaratory Judgment and Motion for Preliminary Injunction'' (NO. 107CV00230) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4480 RHODE ISLAND FISHERMEN'S ALLIANCE, INC., by and through its President, Richard Fuka, Steven Riley, individually, Brian Loftes, individually, Stephen Mederios, individually, Greg Duckworth, individually, Vincent Carvalho, individually, Peter Dibiase, Esq., individually,

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Robert Morris, individually, and Andrew Cavangh, individually, Plaintiffs, v. THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT and W. Michael Sullivan, Ph.D. In his capacity as the Director of the Rhode, 2008 WL 2847330, *2847330 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.R.I. Jan 18, 2008) Memorandum of Law in Support of Complaint for Declaratory Judgment and Motion for Preliminary Injunction (NO. 107CV00230) 4481 Joan Caldwell JOHNSON, et al., Plaintiffs, v. COLLINS ENTERTAINMENT CO., et al., Defendants., 1999 WL 33936329, *33936329 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.S.C. May 06, 1999) Collins's Motion and Memorandum for Reconsideration of Order No. 68 (NO. 020397-2136-17, 98-2225) 4482 Tom DEFOE, a minor, by and through his parent and guardian, Phil Defoe, Plaintiffs, v. Sid SPIVA, in his individual and official capacity as Principal of Anderson County Career and Technical School; Merl Krull, in his individual and official capacity as Assistant Principal of Anderson County Vocational School; Greg Deal, in his individual and official capacity as Principal of Anderson County High School; V.L. Stonecipher, in his official capacity as Director, 2007 WL 4819919, *4819919 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (E.D.Tenn. Sep 20, 2007) Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment and Memorandum of Points and Authorities (NO. 306-CV-450) 4483 Roark & HARDEE L.P. d/b/a the Warehouse Saloon and Billiards, Bill Hardee, Pub Draught, Inc. d/b/a Lovejoys Tap Room and Brewery, Joseph (Chip) Tait, GMC Investment, Inc. d/b/a Ego's, Canary Roost, Inc., Canary Hut, Inc., Gail E. Johnson, Keep Austin Free Pac, Tony Sirgo, and Edward Check, Plaintiffs, v. CITY OF AUSTIN, Defendant., 2006 WL 5981247, *5981247 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (W.D.Tex. Sep 07, 2006) The Johnson Plaintiffs' Supplemental Post-Trial Brief (NO. A-05-CA-837-SS) 4484 Philip M. KLEINSMITH, Plaintiff, v. Mark L. SHURTLEFF, Attorney General, State of Utah, Defendant., 2003 WL 24136784, *24136784 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Utah May 02, 2003) Response to Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 203CV0063TC) 4485 PATRICE MUTCHNICK INDIVIDUALLY and as Guardian for Ella Jaz Mutchnick Kirk, Plaintiffs, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Defendant., 2005 WL 2605388, *2605388+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.Vt. Sep 07, 2005) Plaintiffs' Opposition to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss (NO. 205-CV-132) 4486 CLUB ASSOCIATION OF WEST VIRGINIA, INC., et al., Plaintiffs, v. Robert E. WISE, Jr., in his official capacity as Governor of the State of West Virginia, John C. Musgrave, in his official capacity as Director of the West Virginia Lottery Commission, the West Virginia Lottery Commission, and Colonel Howard E. Hill, Jr. in his official capacity as Superintendent of the West Virginia State Police, Defendants., 2001 WL 34766808, *34766808 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.W.Va. 2001) Plaintiffs' Brief in Support of Motion for Preliminary Injunction (NO. 2001-2154, 2:01CV00634) 4487 CLUB ASSOCIATION OF WEST VIRGINIA, INC., et al., v. Robert E. WISE, Jr., et al., 2001 WL 36103324, *36103324 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (S.D.W.Va. 2001) Plaintiffs' Brief in Support of Motion for Preliminary Injunction (NO. 201CV00634) 4488 Liz Frechel RODRIGUEZ; et. al., Plaintiffs, v. PUERTO RICO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION; et als., Defendants., 2006 WL 4455191, *4455191 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affi-

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davit) (D.Puerto Rico Sep 05, 2006) Motion for Partial Summary Judgment on the Issue of Eleventh Amendment Immunity and Memorandum of Law in Support Thereof (NO. 06-1095, JAF) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4489 Stephen James CAPUTI, Petitioner, v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, Respondent., 2004 WL 3091804, *3091804+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (U.S.Tax Ct. Sep 02, 2004) Brief of Petitioner (NO. 18859-03) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4490 David J. BOYD, Petitioner, v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, Respondent., 2003 WL 23199905, *23199905 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (U.S.Tax Ct. Feb 03, 2003) Memorandum Brief in Answer (NO. 4794-00) 4491 Adelayda GONZALEZ and Ricardo Cervantes, Plaintiffs, v. Craig E. JOHNSON, M.D.; Washington Hospital; First Doe through One-Hundredth Doe and each of them, Defendants., 2008 WL 6722564, *6722564+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Cal.Superior Sep 09, 2008) Plaintiffs Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Opposition to Demurrer of Defendant Washington Hospital (NO. HG08374653) 4492 Julio TENA, Plaintiff, v. COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, a Political Subdivision of the State of California, Does 1 through 50, Inclusive, Defendants., 2006 WL 4077735, *4077735 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Cal.Superior Nov 27, 2006) Objection to Defendant's Proposed Special Jury Instructions Nos. 13 to 19 (NO. BC271520) 4493 Julio TENA, an individual, Plaintiff, v. COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, a Political Subdivision of the State of California, Does 1 through 50, Inclusive, Defendants., 2006 WL 4077730, *4077730+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Cal.Superior Sep 22, 2006) Plaintiff's Opposition to Second Motion for Summary Judgment, Alternatively, Summary Adjudication, Memorandum of Points and Authorities (NO. BC271520) 4494 Julio TENA, an individual, Plaintiff, v. COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, a Political Subdivision of the State of California, Does 1 through 50, Inclusive, Defendants., 2006 WL 3924875, *3924875+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Cal.Superior Jun 22, 2006) Plaintiff's Opposition to Demurrer to First Amended Complaint, Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support Thereof (NO. BC271520) 4495 Julio TENA, an individual, Plaintiff, v. COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, a Political Subdivision of the State of California, Does 1 through 50, Inclusive, Defendants., 2006 WL 4077728, *4077728+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Cal.Superior May 11, 2006) Plaintiff's Opposition to Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings, Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support Thereof (NO. BC271520) 4496 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff, v. David BAUTISTA, Defendant., 2005 WL 6107797, *6107797 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Cal.Superior Jun 13, 2005) Brief Regarding Collateral Estoppel and the Existence of a Factual Basis for an Alternative Plea (NO. CC077189) 4497 Jack HOLGUIN, Plaintiff, v. Jose FLORES, M/H Transport, and Does 1 to 60, Defendants., 2003 WL 25718611, *25718611 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Cal.Superior Jun 02, 2003) Plaintiff's Opposition to Defendants' Demurrer; Memorandum of Points and Authorities (NO. KC041438) HN: 1,5 (S.Ct.) 4498 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff, v. Michael ROSE, Defendant., 2000 WL 35732944, *35732944 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Cal.Superior Aug

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14, 2000) Points and Authorities in Support of Demurrer (NO. CD154096) 4499 Barbara E. HENSON, Kaylynn M. Lagamma, Susan A. Osorio, and Connie L. Trujillo, Plaintiffs, v. CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado, Defendant., 2005 WL 6145029, *6145029 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Colo.Dist.Ct. Nov 09, 2005) Plaintiffs' Response to Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 05CV0416) 4500 THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY, v. Bess GILMORE a/k/a Bess P. Gilmore, Douglas G. Gilmore, Keith P. Gilmore and Community Club Awards, Inc., 2006 WL 5738793, *5738793 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Conn.Super. May 16, 2006) Motion in Arrest of Judgment for Causes Apparent on the Record (NO. 1WRCV-03-0404311-S) HN: 1 (S.Ct.) 4501 Elizabeth KERRIGAN, et al., Plaintiffs, v. State of Connecticut, Department of Public Health, et al., Defendants., 2005 WL 6225563, *6225563 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Conn.Super. Nov 23, 2005) Brief of Amicus Curiae Family Research Council in Support of Defendants (NO. NNH-CV-04-4001813-S) 4502 Harry R. JACKSON, Jr.; et al., Petitioners, v. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BOARD OF ELECTIONS AND ETHICS, Respondent, District of Columbia, Respondent-Intervenor., 2004 WL 5822564, *5822564 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (D.C.Super. Jan 10, 2004) Petitioners' Reply Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment and in Opposition to Motion to Dismiss (NO. 2009CA008613B) 4503 State of Florida, v. Roy Phillip BALLARD, Defendant., 2008 WL 7120688, *7120688 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. May 30, 2008) Motion to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i), Florida Statute, Unconstitutional as Written and as Applied (NO. CF06-007863-XX) 4504 State of Florida, v. Mary Heiser WEBSTER, Defendant., 2007 WL 4968320, *4968320 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jan 19, 2007) Second Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes, Unconstitutional and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 06-000748CFA02) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4505 State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Latravis GALLASHAW, Defendant., 2006 WL 6394166, *6394166 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jan 09, 2006) Motion to Declare Sections 921.141 and/or 921.141 (5)(b) Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(b) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. F00-40026B) 4506 State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Christopher STRAWAY, Defendant., 2005 WL 6461826, *6461826 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Nov 28, 2005) Memorandum of Law (NO. 04-11275CF10A) 4507 State of Florida, v. John MOSLEY., 2005 WL 6354825, *6354825 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Aug 22, 2005) Defendant's First Motion to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i), Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5) (i) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 16-2004-CF-0006675-A) 4508 State of Florida, v. John MOSLEY., 2005 WL 6354826, *6354826 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Aug 22, 2005) Defendant's Second Motion to Declare Section 921.141(5) (i), Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(i) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 16-2004-CF-0006675-A)

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4509 State of Florida, v. John MOSLEY., 2005 WL 6454346, *6454346 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Aug 22, 2005) Defendant's First Motion to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i), Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(i) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 16-2004-CF-0006675-A) 4510 State of Florida, v. John MOSLEY., 2005 WL 6454353, *6454353 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Aug 22, 2005) Defendant's Second Motion to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i), Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(i) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 16-2004-CF-0006675-A) 4511 State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Joel LEBRON, Defendant., 2005 WL 6389788, *6389788 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Aug 18, 2005) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes, Unconstitutional and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. F02-12509A) 4512 State of Florida, v. William DEPARVINE., 2005 WL 6247660, *6247660 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jun 02, 2005) Motion to Declare |921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional and/or to Declare |921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (Cold, Calculated, and Premeditated Manner) (NO. 04-CF-000774) 4513 State of Florida, v. William DEPARVINE., 2005 WL 6247662, *6247662 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jun 02, 2005) Defendant's Motion to Declare Section 921.141 and/or Section 921.141(5)(b) Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(b) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (Prior Conviction of ... (NO. 04-CF-000774) 4514 State of Florida, v. Thomas BEVEL., 2005 WL 6354816, *6354816 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. May 19, 2005) Defendant's First Motion to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i), Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(i) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 16-2004-CF-4525-AXXX) 4515 State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Cesar MENA, Defendant., 2005 WL 6389801, *6389801 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Feb 22, 2005) Motion to Declare Section 921.141 Florida Statutes, Unconstitutional and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. F02-12509B) 4516 State of Florida, v. Ozell Lamont DESSETT, Defendant., 2005 WL 6068363, *6068363 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jan 21, 2005) Motion to Declare Sections 921.141 and/or 921.141(5)(b) Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(b) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 02-013054CFB02) 4517 State of Florida, v. Ozell Lamont DESSETT, Defendant., 2005 WL 6068369, *6068369 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jan 21, 2005) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes, Unconstitutional and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 02-013054CFB02) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4518 State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Clemente Javier AQUIRRE-JARQUIN, Defendant., 2005 WL 6366018, *6366018 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jan 11, 2005) Memorandum of Law (NO. 04-2491-CFA) 4519 State of Florida, v. Roy McDUFFIE, Defendant., 2004 WL 5694874, *5694874 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jun 30, 2004) Motion to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i) Unconstitutional as Written and as Applied (NO. 02-02115CFAWS)

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4520 State of Florida, v. Roy MCDUFFIE, Defendant., 2004 WL 5694880, *5694880 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jun 30, 2004) Motion to Declare Section 921.141(5)(m) Unconstitutional as Written and as Applied (NO. 02-02115CFAWS) 4521 State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Neil Kurt SALAZAR, Defendant., 2004 WL 5809402, *5809402 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jun 18, 2004) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, 921.141(5)(b), Florida Statutes, and the Respective Standard Jury Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 2000CF368A) 4522 State of Florida, v. Quawn M FRANKLIN, Defendant., 2004 WL 5800132, *5800132 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Mar 15, 2004) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 2002-CF-217-A-02) 4523 State of Florida, v. Leroy JONES., 2003 WL 25674179, *25674179 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jul 07, 2003) Motion to Declare Sections 921.141 and/or 921.141(5)(b) Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(b) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (Prior Violent Felony Conviction) (NO. 02-CF-004623) 4524 State of Florida, v. Leroy JONES., 2003 WL 25674186, *25674186 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jul 07, 2003) Motion to Declare |921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional and/or to Declare |921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (Cold, Calculated, and Premeditated Manner) (NO. 02-CF-004623) 4525 State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Samuel L. PITTS, Defendant., 2003 WL 25871971, *25871971 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jun 27, 2003) Motion to Declare Sections 921.141 and/or 921.141(5)(b) Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(b) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied and Memorandum of Law (NO. CF00-02726A-XX) 4526 State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Samuel L. PITTS, Defendant., 2003 WL 25871970, *25871970 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. May 19, 2003) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional as Applied and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(a), Florida Statutes Unconstitutional as Applied and Memorandum of Law (NO. CF00-02726A-XX) 4527 The State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Nukarri K. WILLIAMS, Defendant., 2003 WL 25904982, *25904982 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. 2003) Endnotes Containing Objections to and Argument Concerning Florida's Standard Jury Instructions (NO. R2003-00972AF) 4528 State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Roy McDUFFIE, Defendant., 2002 WL 34481261, *34481261 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. 2002) Endnotes Containing Objections to Standard Jury Instructions%n*%n (NO. 02-02115CFAWS) 4529 State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Stephen SCIPIO, Defendant., 2001 WL 36196946, *36196946 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jul 12, 2001) Motion to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i) Unconstitutional on Its Face and as Applied (NO. 00-30453CFAES) 4530 State of Florida, v. Fred ANDERSON, Jr., Defendant., 2000 WL 35787790, *35787790 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Sep 11, 2000) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes, Unconstitutional and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(I), Florida Statutes, Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 99-572-CF-A-03)

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4531 State of Florida, v. Isaac Jerome NELSON, III, Defendant., 2000 WL 35630758, *35630758 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Aug 15, 2000) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional as Applied and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(a), Florida Statutes Unconstitutional as Applied (NO. 00CF003250A02) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4532 State of Florida, v. Isaac Jerome NELSON, III, Defendant., 2000 WL 35630759, *35630759 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Aug 15, 2000) Motion to Declare Sections 921.141 and/or 921.141(5)(b) Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(b) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 00CF003250A02) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4533 State of Florida, v. Isaac Jerome NELSON, Defendant., 2000 WL 35630764, *35630764 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Aug 15, 2000) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 00CF003250A02) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4534 State of Florida, v. Allen COX, Defendant., 1999 WL 35013916, *35013916 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Oct 14, 1999) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes, Unconstitutional and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(I), Florida Statutes, Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 99-249-CF-A-MJ) 4535 State of Florida, v. Ray Lamar JOHNSTON., 1999 WL 35004149, *35004149 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Sep 17, 1999) Motion to Declare Sections 921.141 and/or 921.141(5)(b) Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(b) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 99-11338) 4536 State of Florida, v. Ray Lamar JOHNSTON., 1999 WL 35004154, *35004154 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Sep 17, 1999) Motion to Declare |921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional and/or to Declare |921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (Cold, Calculated, and Premeditated Manner) (NO. 99-11338) 4537 State of Florida, v. Ray Lamar JOHNSTON., 1999 WL 35004155, *35004155 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Sep 17, 1999) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional as Applied and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(a), Florida Statutes Unconstitutional as Applied (Under Sentence of Imprisonment) (NO. 99-11338) 4538 State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Eddie Lee SEXTON, Defendant., 1997 WL 34711420, *34711420 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Nov 05, 1997) Motion to Declare |921.141, Fla. Stats.(1995) Unconstitutional and/or to Declare |921.141(5) (i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (Cold, Calculated, and Premeditated Manner) (NO. 94-1299) 4539 State of Florida, v. Christopher OLSEN., 1996 WL 34432819, *34432819 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jul 16, 1996) Motion to Declare Section 921.141 and/or Section 921.141(5)(b) Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(b) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (Prior Conviction of Violent Felony) (NO. 96-7590) 4540 State of Florida, v. Christopher OLSEN., 1996 WL 34432810, *34432810 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jun 16, 1996) Motion to Declare |921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional and/or to Declare |921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (Cold, Calculated, and Premeditated Manner) (NO. 96-7590)

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4541 State of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Charles TRICE, Defendant., 1994 WL 16515080, *16515080 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Oct 07, 1994) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (NO. 94-6839) HN: 4 (S.Ct.) 4542 State of Florida, v. James C.ACKER., 1992 WL 12579776, *12579776 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jul 20, 1992) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional as Applied and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(a), Florida Statutes Unconstitutional As Applied (under Sentence Of Imprisonment) (NO. 91-10304) 4543 State of Florida, v. James C. ACKER., 1992 WL 12579777, *12579777 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jul 20, 1992) Motion to Declare |921.141 and/or |921.141(5)(b) Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(b) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (Prior Conviction of Violent Felony) (NO. 91-10304) 4544 State of Florida, v. James C. ACKER., 1992 WL 12579791, *12579791 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jul 20, 1992) Motion to Declare |921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional and/or to Declare |921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (Cold, Calculated, and Premeditated Manner) (NO. 91-10304) 4545 State of Florida, v. Lazaro PADRON, et al., 1992 WL 12579678, *12579678 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jul 09, 1992) Motion to Declare |921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional and/or to Declare |921.141(5)(i) Florida Statutes Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (Cold, Calculated, and Premeditated Manner) (NO. 91-14257) 4546 State of Florida, v. Lazaro PADRON, et al., 1992 WL 12579688, *12579688 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jul 09, 1992) Motion to Declare |921.141 and%EBor |921.141(5)(b) Florida Statutes and/or the Standard (5)(b) Instruction Unconstitutional Facially and as Applied (Prior Conviction of Violent Felony) (NO. 91-14257) 4547 State of Florida, v. Lazaro PADRON, et al., 1992 WL 12579689, *12579689 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Fla.Cir.Ct. Jul 09, 1992) Motion to Declare Section 921.141, Florida Statutes Unconstitutional as Applied and/or to Declare Section 921.141(5)(a), Florida Statutes Unconstitutional as Applied (Under Sentence of Imprisonment) (NO. 91-14257) 4548 Deanna WILLIS, Danielle Barbee, Ashlie Startley, Olivia Almeida, Rachel Haxo, Plaintiffs, v. THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, a municipal corporation, and Mayor Shirley Franklin, in her official Capacity as Mayor, City of Atlanta, Defendant., 2008 WL 7022619, *7022619 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Ga.Super. Dec 08, 2008) Plaintiffs' Supplemental Brief on Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 2008-CV-148260) 4549 Ronald D. McKINLAY and Lee McKinlay, Plaintiffs, v. Matthew J. NOVAK, M.D., and Advanced Surgical Group of N.W. Georgia, P.C., Defendants., 2008 WL 5750737, *5750737 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Ga.Super. Jun 04, 2008) Plaintiffs' Brief in Support of Motion in Limine Regarding O.C.G.A. | 24-3-37.1 (NO. 2006CV116594) 4550 Ronald D. MCKINLAY and Lee McKinlay, Plaintiffs, v. Matthew J. NOVAK, M. D., and Advanced Surgical Group of N.W. Georgia, P.C., Defendants., 2008 WL 6579630, *6579630 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Ga.Super. Jun 04, 2008) Plaintiffs' Brief in Support of Motion in Limine Regarding O.C.G.A. | 24-3-37.1 (NO. 2006CV116594) 4551 Jizel ROSS, Michelle Purvis, individually and as the natural mother of Jizel Ross, and Harry

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Ross, Jr., individually and as the natural father of Jizel Ross, Plaintiffs, v. PEDIATRIC ASSOCIATES OF SAVANNAH, P.C.; Diane Renee Savage-Pedigo, M.D.; Michael D. Demauro, M.D.; Gustave M. Kreh, M.D.; and Benjamin D. Spitalnick, M.D., Defendants., 2005 WL 3987493, *3987493 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Ga.Super. Feb 28, 2005) Plaintiffs' Motion for Protective Order and Response to Defendants' Motion to Dismiss (NO. CV03-0789-FR) 4552 BANNER LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Plaintiff, v. THE MARK WALLACE DIXSON IRREVOCABLE TRUST; and Tammie Sue Dixson, Individually, Defendants. The Mark Wallace Dixson Irrevocable Trust, Cross-Claimant, v. Tammie Sue Dixson, Cross-Defendant. Tammie Sue Dixson, Third-Party Plaintiff, v. Robert and Jackie Young, Third-Party Defendant., 2007 WL 6786433, *6786433 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Idaho Dist. Jun 08, 2007) Reply Memorandum in Opposition to the Mark Wallace Dixson's Motion for Summary Judgment and in Support of Tammie Sue Dixson's Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. CVOC0701514) 4553 BANNER LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Plaintiff, v. THE MARK WALLACE DIXSON IRREVOCABLE TRUST; and Tammie Sue Dixson, individually, Defendant., 2007 WL 6786435, *6786435+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Idaho Dist. May 29, 2007) the Mark Wallace Dixson Irrevocable Trust's Memorandum in Opposition to Tammie Sue Dixson's Cross Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. CV-OC0701514) 4554 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, Plaintiff, v. Peter M. GRECO, Defendant., 2000 WL 35783457, *35783457 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Ill.Cir. Apr 11, 2000) Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion to Dismiss the Indictment (NO. 99CF690) 4555 Brittany HORN, individually, and Brittany Horn, as parent and natural guardian of Libby Ann Scott, deceased and Libby Ann Scott, deceased, Plaintiffs, v. Kristi L. HENDRICKSON and Eric W. Scott, co-defendants., 2003 WL 24260326, *24260326 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Ind.Super. Dec 01, 2003) Plaintiffs' Response to Defendant's Partial Motion to Dismiss (NO. 82D03-0307-CT-3055) 4556 George W. DAVIS and Catherine V. Davis, Plaintiffs, v. Revenue CABINET, Commonwealth of Kentucky, et al, Defendants., 2003 WL 25582592, *25582592 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Ky.Cir.Ct. Jul 18, 2003) Memorandum of law in Support of Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 03-CI-03282) 4557 State of Louisiana, v. Alex GRANGER., 2007 WL 5516815, *5516815 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (La.Dist.Ct. Jul 24, 2007) Memorandum in Opposition to Reconsidering the Ruling of the Trial Court; Memorandum in Support of the Ruling of this Honorable Court Upholding the Constitutionality of LSA-R.S. 15:578.1 (NO. 1-06-162) 4558 State of Louisiana, v. Alex GRANGER., 2007 WL 5516816, *5516816 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (La.Dist.Ct. Jan 18, 2007) Motion to Reconsider Ruling (NO. 1-06-162) 4559 Roy W. BROOKS and Dwayne M. Cruthird, Plaintiffs, v. Michael T. MALONEY, Commissioner of Correction, et. al., Defendants., 2002 WL 34215293, *34215293 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Mass.Super. Jul 18, 2002) Defendants' Memorandum of Law in Support of Their Motion to Dismiss the Complaint as Moot or, Alternatively, for Failure to State a Claim (NO. 02-737)

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4560 COMMONWEALTH, v. William R. MITCHELL., 2000 WL 35628346, *35628346 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Mass.Super. Sep 12, 2000) Defendant's Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion for a New Trial (NO. 17367) 4561 Eura DAWKINS, Plaintiff, v. BALTIMORE POLICE DEPARTMENT, et al., Defendants., 2004 WL 5392782, *5392782+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Md.Cir.Ct. Apr 12, 2004) Plaintiff's Response to Motion for Summary Judgment of Defendants Thomas C. Frazier, Baltimore Police Department, and Unidentified Police Office, Affidavit of Defense not Available and Request for ... (NO. 24-C-00-001471) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) 4562 GITANJALI DEANE & LISA POLYAK; Alvin Williams & Nigel Simon; Takia Foskey & Joanne Rabb; Jodi Kelber-kaye & Stacey Kargman-kaye; Donna Myers & Maria Barquero; John Lestitian; Charles Blackburn & Glen Dehn; Steven Palmer & Ryan Killough; Patrick Wojahn & David Kolesar; and Mikkole Mozelle & Phelicia Kebreau, Plaintiffs, v. Frank CONAWAY, in his official capacity as Baltimore City Circuit Court Clerk; Osalyn Pugh, in her official capacity as Prince George's County, 2004 WL 5623269, *5623269 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Md.Cir.Ct. 2004) Plaintiffs' Opposition to Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 24-C-04-005390) 4563 Petition of: James KANE, Jr., REALTY DEVELOPMENT GROUP, INC. for Judicial Review of the Decision of the Board of Appeals of Prince George's County, Sitting as the Board of Administrative Appeals in the Case of James Kane & Realty Development Group, Appeal Nos. 1510,1516 & 1517., 2001 WL 34762199, *34762199 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Md.Cir.Ct. Jan 30, 2001) Petitioners' Brief (NO. CAL00-18995) 4564 James KLOTZ and Mary Klotz, Plaintiff(s), v. ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL CENTER, et al., Defendant(s)., 2008 WL 5707858, *5707858 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Mo.Cir. Nov 03, 2008) Defendants Michael Shapiro, M.D. and Metro Heart Group's Reply to Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Opposition to Defendants' Motions for Verdict Reduction (NO. 06CC-4826) 4565 LAKESIDE LODGE, INC., v. TOWN OF NEW LONDON TOWN OF NEW LONDON ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT., 2007 WL 6097805, *6097805 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.H.Super. Sep 27, 2007) Petitioner's Memorandum of Law (NO. 07-E-0222) 4566 AKINS, et al., v. SECRETARY OF STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE., 2005 WL 5610305, *5610305 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.H.Super. May 10, 2005) Memorandum of Law (NO. 04-E-360) 4567 Melvin CARABALLO, Plaintiff, v. GHI, Defendant., 2004 WL 3483099, *3483099+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.Y.Sup. Nov 01, 2004) Defendant's Memorandum of Law in Support of it's Motion for Reargument and to Dismiss for Lack of Subject Matter Jurisdiction (NO. INDEX114705/02) 4568 Melvin CARABALLO, Plaintiff, v. GHI, Defendant., 2004 WL 5180814, *5180814+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.Y.Sup. Nov 01, 2004) Defendant's Memorandum of law in Support of It's Motion for Reargument and to Dismiss for Lack of Subject Matter Jurisdiction (NO. 114705/02) 4569 Melvin CARABALLO, Plaintiff, v. GHI, Defendant., 2004 WL 3552366, *3552366 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.Y.Sup. Sep 30, 2004) Defendant's Memorandum of Law

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in Support of It's Motion for Reargument and to Dismiss for Lack of Subject Matiter Jurisdiction (NO. INDEX114705/02) 4570 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, v. Jayson DAVIDSON, Defendant., 1999 WL 34875977, *34875977 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (N.Y.Sup. Jan 29, 1999) Memorandum of Law (NO. 047/99) HN: 2 (S.Ct.) 4571 Beatrice HABERMAN, Plaintiff, v. TENET HEALTH SYSTEM ELKINS PARK, LLC, Defendant., 2002 WL 32801153, *32801153 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Pa.Com.Pl. Feb Term 2002) Post-Trial Motion (NO. 628) 4572 Ronald and Mary SCHREIBER, Plaintiffs, v. Lorraine F. GUTOWICZ, M.D., Northeastern Hospital, Northeastern Hospital Industrial Healthcare Center and Carl DePaula, M.D., Defendant., 2000 WL 35498163, *35498163 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Pa.Com.Pl. Apr 11, 2000) Memorandum of Law in Support of the Response of Defendant, Lorraine F. Gutowicz, M.D., to the Petition of Plaintiffs for Delay Damages (NO. 2481) 4573 Ellisa L. YOUNG, Plaintiff, v. Norman ZITOMER, M.D., Mohammad Kashif, M.D., Allegheny University Hospitals - Hahnemann Division, Allegheny United Hospitals, Inc., Allegheny Health Education & Research Foundation, David Naide, M.D., George Amron, M.D., Michael Marcucci, M.D., Rohinton Morris, M.D. and Sandra Elder, M.D., Defendants., 1999 WL 33973328, *33973328 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Pa.Com.Pl. Jul Term 1999) Memorandum of Law in Support of the Response of Defendants, Mohammad Kashif, M.D., Allegheny University Hospital-Hahnemann Division, Allegheny United Hospitals, Inc. and Allegheny Health, Education ... (NO. 511) 4574 Jeanine SAUNDERS, Plaintiff, v. CROZER CHESTER MEDICAL CENTER, Patricia Baccash, M.D., and Joel H. Sokol, M.D., Defendants., 1999 WL 33922983, *33922983 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Pa.Com.Pl. Apr Term 1999) Memorandum of Law in Support of the Response of Defendants, Patricia Baccash, M.D., Joel H. Sokol, M.D. and Crozer Chester Medical Center, to Plaintiff's Motion for Delay Damages (NO. 003933) 4575 Jeanine SAUNDERS, Plaintiff, v. CROZER CHESTER MEDICAL CENTER, Patricia Baccash, M.D., and Joel H. Sokol, M.D., Defendants., 1999 WL 34790700, *34790700 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Pa.Com.Pl. Apr Term 1999) Memorandum of Law in Support of the Response of Defendants, Patricia Baccash, M.D., Joel H. Sokol, M.D. and Crozer Chester Medical Center, to Plaintiff's Motion for Delay Damages (NO. 003933) 4576 Peter DIVON and Carol Divon, Plaintiffs, v. Scott Jeffrey PAULMAN, M.D. and Wills Eye Hospital, Defendants., 1998 WL 34373484, *34373484 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Pa.Com.Pl. Aug Term 1998) Memorandum of Law in Support of the Response of Defendants, Scott Paulman, M.D. and Wills Eye Hospital, To Plaintiffs' Motion for Delay Damages and to Mold the Jury Verdict (NO. 874) 4577 Jennie SIVITELLI and Ennio Sivitelli her husband, Plaintiffs, v. Patreece M. THOMPSON, M.D., Citizens Acting Together Can Help Inc. C.A.T.C.H. and Community Mental Health/Mental Retardation Center, Defendants., 1998 WL 34315061, *34315061 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Pa.Com.Pl. Jan 23, 1998) Memorandum of Law in Support of Defendant, Patreece M. Thompson, M.D.'s Response to Plaintiffs' Amended Motion for Delay Damages (NO. 2586) 4578 Ronald and Mary SCHREIBER, Plaintiffs, v. Lorraine F. GUTOWICZ, M.D., Northeastern Hos-

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pital, Northeastern Hospital Industrial Healthcare Center and Carl DePaula, M.D. Defendant., 1997 WL 33782933, *33782933 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Pa.Com.Pl. Sep Term 1997) Memorandum of Law in Support of the Response of Defendant, Lorraine F. Gutowicz, M.D., to the Petition of Plaintiffs for Delay Damages (NO. 2481) 4579 Ronald and Mary SCHREIBER, Plaintiffs, v. Lorraine F. GUTOWICZ, M.D., Northeastern Hospital, Northeastern Hospital Industrial Healthcare Center and Carl DePaula, M.D., Defendant., 1997 WL 34612567, *34612567 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Pa.Com.Pl. Sep Term 1997) Memorandum of Law in Support of the Response of Defendant, Lorraine F. Gutowicz, M.D., to the Petition of Plaintiffs for Delay Damages (NO. 2481) 4580 Edward M. LAVISH, Jr. and Catherine Lavish, v. ARCHBOLD LADDER COMPANY and Goodbuys, d/b/a Mr. Goodbuys., 1995 WL 17221811, *17221811 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Pa.Com.Pl. 1995) Memorandum of Law in Support of Answer with New Matter of Defendant, Archbold Ladder Company, to Plaintiffs' Petition for Delay Damages Pursuant to Pennsylvania Rule of Civil Procedure 238 (NO. 1760) 4581 Pitmann A. BUCK, Jr., Plaintiff, v. TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, and Thomas Davis, Defendants., 2001 WL 34764456, *34764456 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Tex.Dist. Dec 03, 2001) Plaintiff's Reply to Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment and Plaintiff's Cross Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. CAUSE99-14428) 4582 Pitmann A. BUCK, Jr., Plaintiff, v. TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, and Col. Dudley M. Thomas, Defendants., 2000 WL 34498487, *34498487 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Tex.Dist. Apr 20, 2000) Plaintiff's Reply to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction (NO. CAUSE99-14428) 4583 Pitmann A. BUCK, Jr., Plaintiff, v. TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, and Col. Dudley M. Thomas, Defendants., 2000 WL 35617092, *35617092 (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Tex.Dist. Apr 20, 2000) Plaintiff's Reply to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction (NO. 99-14428) 4584 Heather ANDERSEN and Leslie Christian; et al., Plaintiffs, v. KING COUNTY; et al., Defendants and third-Party plaintiffs, v. STATE OF WASHINGTON, Third party defendant, Senator Val STEVENS, et al., Intervenor defendants., 2004 WL 5577858, *5577858+ (Trial Motion, Memorandum and Affidavit) (Wash.Super. Jul 12, 2004) Plaintiffs' Reply On Their Motion for Summary Judgment (NO. 04-2-04964-4SEA) Trial Filings 4585 Patricia MARTINEZ, v. MONROE COMMUNITY COLLEGE and Sherry Ralston., 2004 WL 5651609, *5651609 (Trial Filing) (N.Y.Sup. Mar 03, 2004) (NO. 433-2005) " HN: 3,4 (S.Ct.) Jury Instructions 4586 Joanne JENKINS and Quenton Wooden, Plaintiffs, v. CITY OF TALLAHASSEE, Walter McNeil, Chuck Perry, and Two Unknown Officers, Defendants., 2006 WL 1037092, *1037092 (Jury Instruction) (N.D.Fla. Mar 06, 2006) Stipulated Proposed Jury Instructions (NO. 403-CV-208-SPM/AK)

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