Holding that "if a plaintiff's reasonable and diligent investigation discloses only one kind of wrongdoing when the injury was actually caused by tortious conduct of a wholly different sort, the discovery rule postpones accrual of the statute of limitations on the newly discovered claim"
Holding that federal common law was not displaced by the Debt Collection Act because the Act did not speak directly to the issue, i.e., the government's right to collect prejudgment interest on debts owed to it by the States, and opining that Congress's "mere refusal to legislate with respect to [that issue] falls far short of an expression of legislative intent to supplant the existing common law in that area"
18 U.S.C. § 1832 Cited 232 times 77 Legal Analyses
Providing that a defendant is guilty of conspiracy if he "conspires with one or more other persons" to commit an offense proscribed by § 1832, and if "one or more of such persons do any act to effect the object of the conspiracy"