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General Marine Transport v. O'Hare

U.S.
Feb 19, 1985
469 U.S. 1212 (1985)

Summary

discussing and applying Parratt's teaching that "a victim of a property or liberty deprivation who has recourse to an adequate state remedy has not been denied `due process of law'"

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Opinion

No. 84-925.

February 19, 1985, October TERM, 1984.


C.A. 2d Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 740 F. 2d 160.


Summaries of

General Marine Transport v. O'Hare

U.S.
Feb 19, 1985
469 U.S. 1212 (1985)

discussing and applying Parratt's teaching that "a victim of a property or liberty deprivation who has recourse to an adequate state remedy has not been denied `due process of law'"

Summary of this case from Surplus Store Exch., Inc. v. City of Delphi

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applying new remedies for delinquent contributions under ERISA to cases pending at time of amendment's enactment

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Case details for

General Marine Transport v. O'Hare

Case Details

Full title:GENERAL MARINE TRANSPORT CORP. v. O'HARE ET AL., AS TRUSTEES OF THE NEW…

Court:U.S.

Date published: Feb 19, 1985

Citations

469 U.S. 1212 (1985)

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