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Baker v. Coxe

The court affirms a district court decision holding that various state environmental officials' delay in approving a permit to build a pier did not violate the applicants' due process, equal protection, or First Amendment rights. In...

Sierra Resources, Inc. v. Herman

The court denies a construction company's petition to review an administrative law judge's (ALJ's) order upholding a nine-item citation against the company for violating Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards for...

United States v. M/G Transp. Servs., Inc.

The court reverses a district court's acquittal of a tow boat company, a company officer, and the boat's captains for violating the Federal Water Pollution Control Act by dumping pollutants into a river without a permit. The district...

Foss v. National Marine Fisheries Serv.

The court holds that an individual who applied for an individual fishing quota (IFQ) permit for halibut and sablefish 45 days after the application deadline was not denied due process when his application was rejected. The individual...

Fiore v. White

The court holds that the U.S. Constitution does not mandate retroactive application of a Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision to a waste disposal company owner who was convicted under state law for operating a hazardous waste facility...

Delgado v. Department of the Interior

The court upholds the U.S. Department of the Interior's (DOI's) decision to deny lessors' request to cancel their Native American oil and gas lease because of the lessee's royalty underpayment violations. The court first holds that the...

Hoyl v. Babbitt

The court upholds a district court's order affirming the Bureau of Land Management's (BLM's) denial of plaintiff-appellant's request for a coal lease suspension pursuant to §39 of the Mineral Leasing Act. The court first holds that the...

Jones v. United States

The court holds that an 11-month period between the publication of a new statutory fee for unpatented mining claims and the compliance deadline afforded a claim holder a reasonable opportunity to comply with the deadline, and, thus, did...

United States v. Hugs

The court affirms a district court decision to convict two men who trapped, shot at, and killed eagles in violation of the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act. The court first holds that the men can only challenge the facial validity...

Chemical Mfrs. Ass'n v. Department of Transp.

The court holds that the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) acted within the scope of its discretion in issuing a regulation that established a rebuttable presumption that loose closures on railroad tank cars transporting hazardous...