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March 9, 1991 | From Associated Press
Two appeals courts on Friday upheld court-ordered measles vaccinations for five children whose parents belong to a church that shuns medical care, after another child from the church died of measles. Deputy Health Commissioner Robert Ross then administered the shots Friday night in the presence of parents, a few grandparents and elders of the Faith Tabernacle Congregation, which the families attend.
December 25, 2002 | Ronald D. White, Times Staff Writer
ICN Pharmaceuticals Inc., escalating its battle with a rebel spinoff company, said Tuesday that it obtained a court order preventing Ribapharm Inc. from making any major business decisions while ICN seeks to shake up Ribapharm's board. ICN, which owns 80% of Ribapharm, said it obtained the temporary restraining order from a Delaware Chancery Court.
Nearly a year after the government seized Lincoln Savings & Loan, Charles H. Keating Jr., the owner of Lincoln's parent firm, is refusing to honor a federal court order giving federal investigators access to documents they need to probe the $2-billion thrift collapse, a House committee was told Tuesday.
A San Diego County Superior Court judge issued a temporary restraining order Thursday preventing The Times from publishing any information about security measures installed at the home of San Diego County Sheriff John Duffy.
March 17, 2006 | David Reyes, Times Staff Writer
The son of a prominent Orange County psychiatrist on Thursday successfully stopped his father from spending any more of the family fortune on what a lawsuit says was a Nigerian Internet scam that duped him out of as much as $3 million. Guy Gottschalk won a court order preventing his father, Louis A. Gottschalk, the founding chairman of the department of psychiatry at UC Irvine, from wiring more money to Nigeria.
May 29, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Butch Reynolds, the world record-holder in the 400 meters, was granted a temporary restraining order that could allow him to attempt to qualify for the U.S. Olympic trials. Reynolds, Ohio State star and the 1988 Olympic silver medalist, has been banned from competition since 1990 because of a positive test for an anabolic steroid. The International Amateur Athletic Federation, the world governing body for track and field, denied his appeal May 11. The order, issued in Columbus, Ohio, by U.S.
April 1, 1988
Two undercover Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies have been ordered by a federal judge to appear today in Whittier so that an attorney can serve them with a lawsuit alleging that they killed a Van Nuys woman. U.S. District Judge Mariana R. Pfaelzer granted the request from attorney Stephen Yagman, who argued that he had been unable to serve the men with the suit because the Sheriff's Department would not cooperate. Yagman represents Mary Postma, mother of Catherine M.
July 30, 1986 | TED VOLLMER, Times Staff Writer
With a blast at the judge who issued it, a split Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors moved Tuesday to overturn a court order requiring health and welfare workers to see to it that thousands of poor and minority residents register to vote. Board Chairman Pete Schabarum led the criticism with a personal attack against Superior Court Judge Jack M. Newman, who issued the ruling last week.
November 27, 1985 | ANDY ROSE, Times Staff Writer
Demolition of the landmark "Red Car" depot in Santa Ana was halted Tuesday morning after a coalition of architectural preservationists and supporters of low-income housing secured a court order that stopped the wrecking crew. Workers had already torn the roof from the old Pacific Electric depot on 4th Street and were hammering chunks out of the walls when they received a temporary restraining order issued just minutes before by Superior Court Judge Judith Ryan.
June 16, 1986 | Associated Press
A federal appeals court today ordered reduction or elimination of the $34.6-million damage award to the Los Angeles Raiders' for the National Football League's attempt to bar the team's move from Oakland. By a 2-1 vote, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the damages must be reduced by the amount the NFL might have been able to charge the Raiders for moving into the lucrative Los Angeles market, where the league might have otherwise been able to place an expansion team.
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