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Clayton Coker v. Samantha Hell Coker

Clayton Coker appeals from a decree entered by the Garland County Circuit Court granting Samantha Hess Coker an absolute divorce. On appeal, Clayton argues that (1) there was insufficient evidence to support the circuit court’s award of a divorce to Samantha on the grounds of general indignities and (2) the circuit court erred in awarding Samantha attorney’s fees in the decree. We reverse and ... More...   $0 (12-07-2011 - AR)

Andre Harrison v. Michael Addington

¶ 1 Appellant-plaintiff, Andre Harrison, appeals the trial court’s grant of summary judgment on behalf of appellees-defendants, Michael Addington, James Olson, Roy DeVault, Sherri Martin, Jeff Chisholm, Steven Brockway, Mark Digney and Metroe Hornbuckle. ¶ 2 Counts II and IV of the third amended complaint allege that Olson and DeVault defamed appellant by repeating the false statements that ap... More...   $0 (10-25-2011 - IL)

Johanna L. Gonsewski v. Craig W. Gonsewski

Johanna Gonsewski (“Wife”) and Craig Gonsewski (“Husband”) were married in Alabama on May 9, 1987, when they were both twenty-one years old. Their marriage lasted twenty-one years. The parties have two daughters, both of whom are now adults. At the time of the marriage, Wife had recently graduated from Athens State College and was employed at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama. Husband was attend... More...   $0 (09-16-2011 - TN)

Ruel Newberry v. Brisa Newberry

Appellant appeals a final divorce judgment, arguing that the evidence at trial was legally insufficient to support a finding of cruelty, legally and factually insufficient to support a finding of adultery, and that the division of the community estate was disproportionate to him.

Mr. Ruel Newberry and Ms. Brisa Newberry were married on September 1, 2002. Before marriage, they en... More...
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Toby Bowen v. Shelley Bowen

In six issues, including numerous subissues, Appellant Toby Bowen appeals the final decree of divorce that dissolved his marriage to Appellee Shelley Bowen. We will affirm.

II. Factual and Procedural Background

Toby and Shelley married in December 1995. They have three children; the first child was born in 1997, the second child was born in 2001, and the youngest child w... More...
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Gloria Pittman v. Jetter Pittman

In this divorce action, Jetter Pittman (Husband) appeals the award of alimony to Gloria Pittman (Wife), the identification and equitable division of the marital property, and the award of attorney's fees. We affirm in part and reverse in part.

FACTS AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY

The parties met in 1991 and married April 29, 2000. This was the second marriage for each. No children were b... More...
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Gloria Pittman v. Jetter Pittman and Pittman Professional Land Surveying, Inc.

In this divorce action, Jetter Pittman (Husband) appeals the award of alimony to Gloria Pittman (Wife), the identification and equitable division of the marital property, and the award of attorney's fees. We affirm in part and reverse in part.

FACTS AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY

The parties met in 1991 and married April 29, 2000. This was the second marriage for each. No children were b... More...
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Juan Ayala v. Blanca Edit Ayala

In this restricted appeal, appellant, Juan Ayala (Juan), appeals from a default divorce decree dissolving his marriage to appellee, Blanca Edit Ayala (Blanca). In nine issues, Juan contends that (1) he is entitled to review by restricted appeal and that the evidence is insufficient to support: (2) the imposition of retroactive child support; (3) the assessment of child support; (4) the imposition... More...   $0 (07-21-2011 - TX)

Antonio Lule v. Marta I. Lule

Antonio Lule, the husband below, appeals the trial court’s final judgment of dissolution of marriage. The final judgment did not contain the requisite statutory findings for either the distribution of marital assets and liabilities or for the trial court’s award of alimony. Because of these errors and omissions this matter must be necessarily reversed and remanded.

The husband and wife ... More...
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Margaret M. Reiss v. Paul W. Reiss

In this domestic action, Paul W. Reiss (Husband) appeals the family court's final decree of divorce alleging error in the family court's (1) valuation of marital property, (2) equitable apportionment, (3) award of alimony to Margaret M. Reiss (Wife), (4) calculation of his support arrearage, and (5) award of attorney's fees in favor of Wife. We affirm.

Facts

Husband and Wife were m... More...
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David Hall v. Doxanne Hall

Appellant David Hall appeals the trial court’s final decree of divorce. On appeal, David presents four issues. We affirm.



Background

David and Doxanne Hall were married on December 25, 1985. David filed for divorce on February 13, 2006, and Doxanne filed a counterpetition for divorce on April 21, 2006. Eventually, David nonsuited his petition for divorce, but Doxanne... More...
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American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio Foundation, Inc. v. James DeWeese

Defendant James Deweese appeals from a judgment entered on October 6, 2009 by the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio. The district court granted Plaintiff American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio Foundation, Inc.’s summary judgment motion for declaratory and injunctive relief, holding that the poster Defendant hung in his Richland County, Ohio courtroom violated the Est... More...   $0 (02-02-2011 - OH)

Mitchell Dwayne Gentry v. Jerica Renae Gentry

Plaintiff, (“father”), brought this action on January 2, 2009, against defendant (“mother”) alleging that she had been guilty of inappropriate marital conduct. The Complaint alleged that the parties had two children, d.o.b. 10/01/03, and d.o.b. 2/01/07, and the father sought designation as the primary residential parent, along with child support, alimony, and equitable distribution of the ... More...   $0 (12-28-2010 - TN)

Jose Fernandez Galan Palau v. Flor de Maria Navarro Sanchez

This is an appeal from a final divorce decree dissolving the marriage of Appellant Jose Fernandez Galan Palau (“Galan”) and Appellee Flor de Maria Navarro Sanchez (“Navarro”). Galan raises several issues challenging pre-trial rulings and the final divorce decree. Because we find no error in the trial court’s determinations, we affirm the trial court’s judgment.

BACKGROUND Gala... More...
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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Prospect Airport Services, Inc.

This is a sexual harassment case in which a male employee was the victim of a female co-worker.

I. Facts.

The district court granted summary judgment against the plaintiff, so we recite the facts in accord with the cognizable evidence presented by the plaintiff, to determine whether, if a jury accepted his account, he could recover.1 We review summary judgment de novo.2

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Stephen P. Norman v. Scott C. Borison, et al.

Appellant, Stephen Norman (“Norman”), filed suit in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County alleging that he was defamed by statements made by appellees1 in connection with a lawsuit currently pending before the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. Appellees filed motions to dismiss, and after conducting a hearing, the circuit court dismissed all counts of the lawsuit. No... More...   $0 (05-07-2010 - MD)

Cynthia Shackelford v. Anne Lundquist

Cynthia Shackelford, age 60, sued Anne Lundquist on alienation of affections, criminal conversation or adultery theories claiming that Defendant had an affair with her husband in 2005 before she and her husband separated. ... More...   $9000000000 (03-19-2010 - NC)

Jill Parisien v. Ronald Parisien

[¶1] Ronald Parisien appeals from a divorce judgment, arguing the district court erroneously awarded Jill Parisien permanent spousal support. We affirm.

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[¶2] Ronald and Jill Parisien were married in 1975. They have four living adult children. Jill Parisien sued for divorce in September 2008 on the grounds of adultery, extreme cruelty, willful neglect, conviction of felony, and ir... More...
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Southern New Hampshire Medical Center v. Anthony Hayes

The defendant, Anthony Hayes, appeals: (1) an order of the Superior Court (Brennan, J.) granting summary judgment in favor of the plaintiff, Southern New Hampshire Medical Center (SNHMC), with respect to Karen Hayes’ unpaid medical expenses; (2) an order of the Superior Court (Nicolosi, J.) granting SNHMC’s motion in limine to exclude evidence that Karen Hayes “eloped” under the doctrine o... More...   $0 (02-11-2010 - NH)

Monzer R. Chorbaji v. Marva D. Simpson

Monzer R. Chorbaji (husband) appeals the trial court’s final order regarding custody, visitation, child support, grounds for divorce, equitable distribution, and attorney’s fees. Husband argues that the trial court erred by (1) abusing its discretion under Code § 20-124.3 and awarding custody of the parties’ minor child to wife and supervised visitation to husband; (2) ordering husband to r... More...   $0 (02-02-2010 - VA)

Clyde A. Holmes v. Amy Holmes

Clyde A. Holmes (husband) appeals the final decree of divorce, entered on June 26, 2009. Husband argues that the trial court erred in (1) ordering husband to pay spousal support in the amount of $1,800 per month for six years and attorney’s fees in the amount of $8,000; (2) using an incorrect separation date to calculate the marital share of his military retirement benefits; (3) ordering that Am... More...   $0 (02-02-2010 - VA)

Guzman Cruz v. Clemencia Solis Silva

The notion of alimony totally disconnected from a divorce, albeit a practice boasting a venerable pedigree, has become at least quaintly anachronistic, if not actually vestigial, in 21st Century Maryland. Just such a self-contained grant of alimony, however, is what we are urged to hold survived the shipwreck of a divorce proceeding in the Circuit Court for Prince George's County on January 9, 200... More...   $0 (11-25-2009 - MD)

Beta Upsilon Chi Upsilon Chapter at the University of Florida v. J. Bernard Machen, in his official capacity as President of the University of Florida

Beta Upsilon Chi a/k/a Brothers Under Christ (“BYX”) is a Christian fraternity. In 2007, the University 1 of Florida (“UF” or “University”) denied BYX official recognition because of its refusal to adhere to UF’s nondiscrimination policy. BYX thereafter brought this action for declaratory and injunctive relief against the University2 claiming that UF, by requiring it to comply with t... More...   $0 (10-27-2009 - FL)

Albert Synder v. Fred W. Phelps, Sr., et al.

In June 2006, Albert Snyder instituted this diversity action in the District of Maryland against Westboro Baptist Church, Incorporated (the "Church"), and several of its members (collectively, the "Defendants"). Snyder’s lawsuit is predicated on two related events: a protest the Defendants conducted in Maryland near the funeral of Snyder’s son Matthew (an enlisted Marine who tragically died in... More...   $0 (10-03-2009 - MD)

Albert Snyder v. Fred W. Phelps, Sr.; Westboro Baptist Chruch, Inc.; Rebekah A. Phelps-Davis; Shirley L. Phelps-Roper

In June 2006, Albert Snyder instituted this diversity action in the District of Maryland against Westboro Baptist Church, Incorporated (the "Church"), and several of its members (collectively, the "Defendants"). Snyder’s lawsuit is predicated on two related events: a protest the Defendants conducted in Maryland near the funeral of Snyder’s son Matthew (an enlisted Marine who tragically died in... More...   $0 (09-25-2009 - MD)

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