...This interlocutory appeal arises from the trial court's order denying Union Pacific Railroad Company's motions to transfer venue.[...
Police officer gets $1.3 million for termination. C-section didn't cause colon damage, jury finds. No award for valet parker who fell while running in lot. Store not liable for trip and fall, jury fi
...CSX Transportation, Inc. ("CSX"), a railroad, and the Brotherhood of Locomotive...preventing interruptions in rail service. Union Pac. R.R. Co. v...
...Rogers v. Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., 352 U.S. 500 (1957), and our decision and circuit precedent in Rivera v. Union Pacific Railroad Co...
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