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Label/Question
1.

SHOULD COURT DEFER TO AGENCY DISCRETION

Did the court conclude that it should defer to agency discretion ? (for example, if the action was committed to agency discretion)

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

2.

ID OF FED REGULATORY AGENCY

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

3.

AGENCY ACQUISITION OF INFORMATION

Did the court rule for the government in an issue related to agency acquisition of information (e.g. physical inspections, searches, subpoenas, records, etc) ? ... (view details)

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

4.

COURT SUPPORT DECISION OF ADMIN LAW

Did the court support the decision of an administrative law judge ?

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

5.

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Did the court's ruling on an issue arising out of an alternative dispute resolution process (ADR, settlement conference, role of mediator or arbitrator, etc.) favor the appellant ? ... (view details)

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

6.

NO. AMICUS CURIAE BRIEFS FILED

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

7.

STATE OF APPELLANT

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

8.

NO. APPELLANTS-PRIVATE BUSINESSES

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

9.

DETAILED NATURE OF 1ST LISTED APPELLANT

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

10.

DETAILED NATURE OF 2ND LISTED APPELLANT

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

11.

NO. APPELLANTS-FED GOVERNMENT

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

12.

NO. APPELLANTS-FIDUCIARIES

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

13.

DISTRICT COURT FINAL JUDGMENT

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

14.

NO. APPELLANTS-NATURAL PERSONS

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

15.

NO. APPELLANTS-NON-PROFIT GROUPS

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

16.

NO. APPELLANTS-STATE GOVERNMENT

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

17.

NO. APPELLANTS-SUB-STATE GOVERNMENTS

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

18.

ATTORNEY'S FEES

Did the court's ruling on attorneys' fees favor the appellant?

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

19.

1ST APPELLANT BANKRUPT

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

20.

SECOND APPELLANT BANKRUPT

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

21.

1ST RESPONDENT BANKRUPT

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

22.

SECOND RESPONDENT BANKRUPT

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

23.

PAGE NO. 1ST PAGE OF CASE

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

24.

ARBITRARY OR CAPRICIOUS STANDARD

Did the courts's use or interpretation of the arbitrary and capricious standard support the government ?

(APA allows courts to overturn agency actions deemed to be arbitrary or capricious, an abuse of discretion, or otherwise not in accordance with law; Overton Park emphasized this is a narrow standard--one must prove that agency's action is ... (view details)

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

25.

CASE IDENTIFICATION

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

26.

1ST CASE TYPE-SUBSTANTIVE POLICY

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

27.

SECOND CASE TYPE

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

28.

CIRCUIT OF COURT

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

29.

CITATION IN FED REPORTER

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

30.

FED RULE CIVIL PROC MOST FREQ CITED

Was a federal rule of civil procedure cited in the headnotes ?

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

31.

FED RULE CIVIL PROC 2ND MOST FREQ CITED

Was a second federal rule of civil procedure cited in the headnotes?

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

32.

CASE A CLASS ACTION

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

33.

JUDGE WHO WROTE THE COURT OPINION

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

34.

CODE FOR 10TH JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

35.

CODE FOR 11TH JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

36.

CODE FOR 12TH JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

37.

CODE FOR 13TH JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

38.

CODE FOR 14TH JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

39.

CODE FOR 15TH JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

40.

CODE FOR 2ND JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

41.

CODE FOR 3RD JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

42.

CODE FOR 4TH JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

43.

CODE FOR 5TH JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

44.

CODE FOR 6TH JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

45.

CODE FOR 7TH JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

46.

CODE FOR 8TH JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

47.

CODE FOR 9TH JUDGE ON PANEL

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

48.

OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT

Did agency give proper opportunity to comment?

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

49.

NO. CONCURRENCES

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

50.

ADMISS OF CONFESSION OR INCRIMINATING

Did the court conclude that a confession or an incriminating statement was improperly admitted ?

Taken from: United States Courts of Appeals Database Phase 1, 1925-1988 - Appeals Data.

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