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Office for Civil Rights, 1961-1981 (continued)
Affidavit background material, 1977-1981 (continued)
(3 folders)
BOX 9 Briefing book, 1980
BOX 9 Depositions, 1977-1980
(2 folders)
BOX 10 Depositions, 1977-1980
(3 folders)
BOX 10 Depositions, David Tatel, 1980
BOX 10 Negotiations, 1977-1980
(1 folder)
BOX 11 Negotiations, 1977-1980
(3 folders)
BOX 11 October 1979 submission, 1978-1980
(4 folders)
BOX 12 Proceedings, miscellaneous, 1979-1981
(3 folders)
BOX 12 Oklahoma, 1977-1979
(3 folders)
BOX 13 Oklahoma, 1977-1979
(1 folder)
BOX 13 Pennsylvania, 1981
BOX 13 South Carolina, 1981
BOX 13 Texas, 1981
BOX 13 Virginia, 1977-1979
(3 folders)
BOX 14 Virginia, 1977-1979
(1 folder)
BOX 14 West Virginia, 1981
BOX 14 Racial desegregation in primary and secondary schools
BOX 14 Chicago, Ill.
BOX 14 Briefing book, 1979
(5 folders)
BOX 15 Briefing book, 1979
(1 folder)
BOX 15 General, 1978
(3 folders)
BOX 15 General, 1979
(2 folders)
BOX 16 General, 1979
(7 folders)
BOX 17 General, 1979
(4 folders)
BOX 17 Integration of faculty and bilingual education, 1977-1978
(2 folders)
BOX 18 Integration of faculty and bilingual education, 1977-1978
(2 folders)
BOX 18 New York, N.Y., 1977-1979
(5 folders)
BOX 18 A Report by the Lawyers' Review Committee to Study the Department of Justice, 1972
BOX 18 Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, West Virginia, 1977
BOX 19 Title III developing institutions, 1974-1979
(2 folders)
BOX 19 Title VI enforcement, New York, N.Y., 1978-1979
(3 folders)
BOX 19-477 United States Court of Appeals: Case File, 1994-2014
The United States Court of Appeals: Case File, documenting Tatel’s judicial service from the 1994 to the 2013 terms, reflects the variety of issues heard by the Court including civil rights, federalism, environmental law, civil liberties, national security, and regulatory and labor law. The Case File is arranged by court term from September through June of each year and therein by two types of cases: argued cases and miscellaneous cases. Argued cases are those heard in oral argument by three judge panels or the full court. The argued cases comprise the largest portion of the case files. Occasionally a case scheduled for oral argument was decided without a panel hearing, and these cases remain as they were filed by Tatel’s staff according to their proposed argument date. Miscellaneous cases are appeals matters that were decided without oral argument.

Issues covered in substantive cases in which Tatel participated include network neutrality of the Internet (Verizon v. Federal Communications Commission), implementation of the Clean Air Act by the Environmental Protection Agency (American Trucking Associations v. the Environmental Protection Agency and Coalition for Responsible Regulation v. the Environmental Protection Agency), access obstruction by protestors to abortion clinics (Terry v. Reno), restriction of unaccompanied minors by curfew (Hutchins v. District of Columbia) and racial discrimination in voting (Shelby County v. Holder and Northwest Austin Municipal Utility District 1 v. Mukasey, the latter an opinion written by Tatel as a member of a panel for the federal district court for the District Court of Columbia).

The Court of Appeals Case File also documents the Court’s role as the principle court interpreting the legal rights of non-citizens and United States citizens suspected of terrorism held overseas by the federal government. Cases include those of Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, detainees challenging their imprisonment and confinement conditions (Latif v. Obama and Aamer v. Obama) and the authority of American courts to hear habeas claims by American citizens held out of the country by the military for alleged crimes (Omar v. Harvey). The miscellaneous cases for the 2006 term contain a number of files for a group of Guantánamo Bay special panel matters.

Material types include correspondence, memoranda, notes, orders, briefs, opinions, vote sheets, newspaper clippings, and background material relating to cases in which Tatel participated as a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Some content of case files, including select exhibits, memoranda, draft opinions, notes and depositions, is in digital format as word-processed documents and moving image files.
Arranged by court term and therein alphabetically by type of case: argued cases and miscellaneous cases. The argued cases are further arranged by the date the case was heard by the court and therein by case number. Miscellaneous cases are arranged by case number or alphabetically by case title if there is no case number. The file structure of the digital content maintained as received.
BOX 19-35 1994 term
BOX 19 Argued cases
BOX 19 1993, Sept. 13
BOX 19
93-1092 Action for Children's Television v. Federal Communications Comm'n
BOX 19
93-1100 Pacifica Foundation v. Federal Communications Comm'n
See same container, 93-1092
BOX 19 1993, Sept. 14
BOX 19
93-1169 Alliance for Community Media v. Federal Communications Comm'n
(1 folder)
BOX 20
93-1169 Alliance for Community Media v. Federal Communications Comm'n
(1 folder)
BOX 20
93-1171 Denver Area Educ. Telecommunications Consortium v. Federal Communications Comm'n
See same container, 93-1169
BOX 20
93-1270 Alliance for Community Media v. Federal Communications Comm'n
See same container, 93-1169
BOX 20
93-1276 American Civil Liberties Union v. Federal Communications Comm'n
See same container, 93-1169
BOX 20 1994, Oct. 21
BOX 20
93-5247 National Medical Enters. v. Shalala
BOX 20
94-5004 In re Sealed Case (slip opinion only)
BOX 20
94-5005 Resolution Trust Corp v. Thornton (slip opinion only)
BOX 20 1994, Oct. 27
BOX 20
94-1166 Lindsay v. National Transp. Safety Bd.
BOX 20 1994, Nov. 1
BOX 20
93-3199 United States v. Pinnick
BOX 20 1994, Nov. 2
BOX 20
93-5260 Transcapital Fin. Corp. v. Director, Office of Thrift Supervision
BOX 20 1994, Nov. 8
BOX 20
92-5508 Cope v. Scott
(2 folders)
BOX 20
93-1357 Keystone Steel & Wire v. National Labor Relations Bd. (slip opinion only)
BOX 20
93-1363 McLeod v. Interstate Commerce Comm'n (slip opinion only)
BOX 21 1994, Nov. 10
BOX 21
93-1285 Pike Family Broadcasting v. Federal Communications Comm'n
BOX 21
93-7076 Allen v. McEntee
BOX 21
93-7135 Janini v. Kuwait Univ.
BOX 21 1994, Nov. 18
BOX 21
93-1619 Gaw v. Commissioner
(5 folders)
BOX 21
93-1655 Department of the Army v. Federal Labor Relations Auth.
BOX 21
93-5254 Airlie Found. v. United States
BOX 22 1994, Nov. 21
BOX 22
93-1549 American Message Centers v. Federal Communications Comm'n
BOX 22
93-1639 United Trans. Union v. Interstate Commerce Comm'n (slip opinion only)
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