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Shepardizing
Please shepardize the following sources and provide the requested information. If you would like further information about shepardizing please see the tutorial on Shepards within Lexis. 1.566 A.2d 227

Provide the full bluebook citation of the case.
Ruetgars-Nease Chemical Co. Inc. v. Fireman’s Ins. of Newark, 566 A.2d 277 (N.J. Super. Ct. App. Div. 1989). •What is the parallel citation of this case?
Ruetgars-Nease Chemical Co. Inc. v. Fireman’s Ins of Newark, 236 N.J.Super. 473 (1989). •The first case that cited this case, giving the full bluebook citation. Rhulen Agency, Inc. v. Alabama Ins. Guar. Ass'n, 896 F.2d 674, 677 (N.Y. 1990). •The first case that criticized this case, giving the full bluebook citation. Texas Property and Cas. Ins. Guar. Ass'n v. Boy Scouts of America, 947 S.W.2d 682, 687+ (Tex.App.1997) •Did any cases give this case positive treatment? How do you know? Yes, one did. It is listed under Citing References: Positive Cases (U.S.A.) •Is this case still valid law? How do you know?

Yes it is still valid law because it states that there is negative history but it has not been overruled. 2.543 F.2d 312
Provide the full bluebook citation of the case.
United States of America v. James L. Crowder, 543 F.2d 312 (D.C. Cir. 1976) •How many cases followed this case?
55
How many law reviews have cited to this case? Please give the citation to the first one to cite to this case. 46
William G. Ross, Constitutional Law-Search and Seizure-Court Ordered Surgical Removal of a Bullet from an Unconsenting Defendant for Evidentiary Purposes Held Reasonable Under the Fourth Amendment, 55 Tex. L. Rev. 147 (1976). 3.297 N.E.2d 122

Provide the full bluebook citation of the case.
City of Moraine v. Baker, 297 N.E. 2d 122 (Ohio 1971).
How many total times was this case cited to?
28
Is this case still good law? How do you know?
No. There is a red flag indicating that it is “no longer good for at least one point of...
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