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Richard Healy v. Cox Communications, Inc. United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit Denver, Colorado

Cox Cable subscribers cannot access premium cable services—features such as
interactive program guides, pay-per-view programming, and recording or rewinding
capabilities—unless they also rent a set-top box from Cox. Dissatisfied with this
arrangement, a class of plaintiffs in Oklahoma City (“Plaintiffs”) sued Cox under the
antitrust laws. They alleged that Cox had illegally tied ca... More...
   $0 (09-20-2017 - OK)

Summerfield Community Association, Inc. v. Mariamma Kunnath Oklahoma County Oklahoma Courthouse - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, OK - Summerfield Community Association, Inc. sued Mariamma Kunnath seeking to enforce covenants, conditions and restriction in a deed.

Issue # 1. Issue: BREACH OF AGREEMENT - CONTRACT (CONTRACT)
Filed By: Summerfield Community Association, Inc
Filed Date: 11/16/2016
Party Name Disposition Information
Defendant: Kunnath, Mariamma Disposed: JUDGEMENT EN... More...
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David Hovannisian v. First American Title Insurance Company

David and Linda Hovannisian purchased property from Wells Fargo Bank (Wells
Fargo) at a foreclosure sale. Several months later they discovered there was a first
priority deed of trust on the property that had not been extinguished by the foreclosure.
The Hovannisians sued Wells Fargo for intentional and negligent misrepresentation based
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on a statement in Wells Fargo‟s... More...
   $0 (09-17-2017 - CA)

San Luis Rey Racing, Inc. v. California Horse racing Board

San Luis Rey Racing, Inc. (SLRR) appeals from a judgment denying its petition
for a writ of mandate asking the superior court to overturn certain orders of the California
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Horse Racing Board (CHRB) regarding the management of a fund established and
governed by Business and Professions Code1 sections 19607 and 19607.1. The superior
court determined SLRR did not have standing b... More...
   $0 (09-07-2017 - CA)

BRE DDR BR Whittwood CA, LLC v. Farmers and Merchants Bank of Long Beach

When a shopping center tenant defaulted on a secured
loan, the lender took possession of the premises through
foreclosure and transferred its interest to a third party.
Later, the third party surrendered the premises. The
landlord filed this action against the lender to enforce the
lease obligations, including payment of rent for the full lease
term. The trial court granted... More...
   $0 (08-30-2017 - CA)

William Parrish v. Latham & Watkins

To establish liability for the tort of malicious prosecution, a plaintiff must
demonstrate, among other things, that the defendant previously caused the
commencement or continuation of an action against the plaintiff that was not
supported by probable cause. We have held that if an action succeeds after a
hearing on the merits, that success ordinarily establishes the existence of p... More...
   $0 (08-28-2017 - CA)

G. T. Leach Builders, L. L. C-Residential, G. T. Leach Construction, L. P. and Gary T. Leach v. Sapphire Condominiums Association, Inc.

Appellants G.T. Leach Builders, L.L.C.—Residential (G.T. Leach Builders), G.T.
Leach Construction, L.P., and Gary T. Leach (collectively, G.T. Leach), appeal an order
denying their motion to compel arbitration of appellee Sapphire Condominiums
Association, Inc.’s lawsuit. We affirm.
I. BACKGROUND
Sapphire V.P., L.P. (Sapphire V.P.) was a limited partnership in the business ofMore...
   $0 (08-25-2017 - TX)

PC Riverview, LLC v. Xiao-Yao Cao

¶1 In 2003, L + C Unlimited Corporation (L + C) was assigned
the lease that permitted the Golden Isle Restaurant to operate in a
strip mall in Murray, Utah. Xiao-Yan Cao, L + C’s president,
personally guaranteed L + C’s performance. In 2006, the lease was
again assigned, this time to Hong G. Lin. As part of that assignment,
the lease term was extended until September 30, 2013, ... More...
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Bruce Boatner and Carole Boatner v. Craig Reitz

These appeals concern the interplay between short-term rentals or leases of property
and deed restrictions that included a provision that “[a]ll tracts shall be used for residence purposes
only, and not for business.” The parties own property in a subdivision subject to these deed restrictions,
and Craig Reitz sued Bruce and Carole Boatner, seeking damages for past violations of the de... More...
   $0 (08-22-2017 - )

William Parrish v. Latham & Watkins

To establish liability for the tort of malicious prosecution, a plaintiff must
demonstrate, among other things, that the defendant previously caused the
commencement or continuation of an action against the plaintiff that was not
supported by probable cause. We have held that if an action succeeds after a
hearing on the merits, that success ordinarily establishes the existence of p... More...
   $0 (08-21-2017 - CA)

Matthew Galloway, M.D. and Galloway Orthopedics, LLC v. Orthopedic Spericalists, LLP

In appeal number 2D15-5437, Dr. Matthew Galloway and Galloway
Orthopedics, LLC, ask this court to reverse the trial court's order denying a motion to
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dissolve an ex parte temporary injunction. The injunction was entered against Dr.
Galloway after his former employer, Orthopedic Specialists, LLC, sued him for breach of
the restrictive covenants in his employment agreement.... More...
   $0 (08-16-2017 - FL)

BC Ranch II, L.P. a/k/a Bosque Canyon Ranch II, L.P.; BC Ranch I, Inc., Tax Matter Partners v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals - New Orleans, Louisiana

Petitioners-Appellants, BC Ranch I, L.P. (“BCR I”), and B.C. Ranch II, L.P. (“BCR II”), (collectively the “BCR Partnerships” or “Appellants”), claim that Respondent-Appellee, the Commissioner of Internal Revenue (the “Commissioner”), wrongfully disallowed their charitable deductions for two conservation easements. Appellants contend that in ruling for the Commission, the Tax Court wrongfully class... More...   $0 (08-11-2017 - TX)

Russell City Energy Company, LLC v. City of Hayward

The “Payments Clause” of an agreement between Russell City Energy Company,
LLC (Russell) and the City of Hayward (City) prohibited the City from imposing any
taxes on the “development, construction, ownership and operation” of Russell‟s power
plant except taxes tethered to ownership of real property. The question in this case is
whether Russell‟s interpretation of the P... More...
   $0 (08-08-2017 - CA)

High Mountain Ranch Group, LLC, et al. v. Elbert L. Niece, et al.

High Mountain Ranch Group, LLP (High Mountain), filed a petition for declaratory judgment against Elbert L. Niece, GT Land LP (GT Land), Mary Hernandez,1 and the Estate of Manuel Saucedo, Sr. (Saucedo), among others,2 seeking a judgment determining that the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions (DCRs) on Lot 34 in Austin’s Glenbrook Addition3 is illegal, void, and/or unenforceable, and alterna... More...   $0 (08-04-2017 - TX)

Hassan Chahadeh v. Regions Bank Texas Court of Appeals - First District Courthouse - Houston, Texas

Appellant, Hassan Chahadeh, challenges the trial court’s summary judgment in favor of appellee, Regions Bank (“Regions”), on its claim for breach of contract and Chahadeh’s counterclaim against it for fraud, aiding and abetting a breach of fiduciary duty, and a declaratory judgment. In three issues, Chahadeh contends
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that the trial court erred in granting Regions summary judgment, denyin... More...
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The Estuary Owners Association v. Shell Oil Company

In three cases consolidated in the trial court, the Estuary Owners Association
(EOA) and individual owners of condominiums built on the site of a former bulk fuel
distribution terminal sued successive owners and developers of the property, as well as
contractors involved in constructing the condominiums, over alleged contamination of
the soil and groundwater at the site and imprope... More...
   $0 (07-27-2017 - CA)

Parks, LLC v. Tyson Foods, Inc.; Hillshire Brands Company Federal Courthouse - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

This case concerns a trademark that once enjoyed widespread recognition but has since grown considerably weaker. Since the 1950s, Parks Sausage Company has manufactured or licensed sausage under the brand name “PARKS.”1 At one point, PARKS was placed on the Principal Register of trademarks at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”), but, sometime in the early 2000s, Parks failed to... More...   $0 (07-24-2017 - PA)

Rolland Jacks v. City of Santa Barbara

Pursuant to an agreement between Southern California Edison (SCE) and
defendant City of Santa Barbara (the City), SCE includes on its electricity bills to
customers within the City a separate charge equal to 1 percent of SCE‟s gross
receipts from the sale of electricity within the City, and transfers the revenues to
the City. The City contends this separate charge, together w... More...
   $0 (07-17-2017 - CA)

E. Peter Healey v. Edwin N. Healey, Elizabeth Healey and Michael R. Healey

E. Peter Healey (Pete) appeals from an adverse judgment rendered after a jury trial in this family dispute involving duty and money. Initially brought by his father, Edwin N. Healey (Bud), against Pete and his brothers Paul C. Healey and Mark J. Healey, the suit widened when Pete named his siblings, Elizabeth Healey (Liza) and Michael R. Healey (Mike) as third-party defendants. Pete asserts ten is... More...   $0 (07-12-2017 - TX)

Barbara Lynch v. California Coastal Commission

After winter storms damaged the seawall protecting their blufftop
properties, homeowners sought a permit from the California Coastal Commission
(Commission) to build a new seawall and repair their beach access stairway. The
Commission granted the permit subject to several mitigation conditions. The
owners filed an administrative mandate petition objecting to two conditions but
... More...
   $0 (07-12-2017 - CA)

Radiant Financial, Inc. v. Faye Bagby, individually, and Bagby Investments, LP, a Limited Partnership, American Financial & Retirement Services, LLC, a Limited Liability Company

Before the Court is Radiant Financial, Inc.’s May 17, 2017 Motion for Rehearing. We deny the motion. On our own motion, we withdraw our opinion issued on April 18, 2017, and vacate our judgment of that same date. The following is now the opinion of the Court.
Radiant Financial, Inc. (“Radiant”) appeals from a judgment in favor of appellees Faye Bagby (“Ms. Bagby”), Bagby Investments, LP (“Bagb... More...
   $0 (07-10-2017 - TX)

Brian Pellham v. Let's Go Tubing, Inc., et al. Washington Supreme Court Building - Olympia, Washington

This appeal asks: does an inner tube rental company owe a duty
to warn a renter about a fallen log in a river when the log is hidden from but near the
launch site, the river's current draws the tuber toward the log, the company knows of the
fallen log, the company warns other tubers of the log, and the company chooses the
launch site? To answer this question, interests, such as exh... More...
   $0 (06-27-2017 - WA)

Aristea Hupp v. Solera Oak Valley Greens Association

INTRODUCTION
Plaintiff Aristea Hupp (Aristea) appeals judgment entered after the trial court
granted defendants Solera Oak Valley Greens Association and City of Beaumont Animal
Control Officer Jack Huntsman’s1 ex parte application to dismiss Aristea’s first amended
complaint (FAC) under the vexatious litigant provision, Code of Civil Procedure section
391.7.
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Aristea ... More...
   $0 (06-25-2017 - CA)

Aristea Hupp v. Solera Oak Valley Greens Association

Plaintiff Aristea Hupp (Aristea) appeals judgment entered after the trial court
granted defendants Solera Oak Valley Greens Association and City of Beaumont Animal
Control Officer Jack Huntsman’s1 ex parte application to dismiss Aristea’s first amended
complaint (FAC) under the vexatious litigant provision, Code of Civil Procedure section
391.7.
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Aristea contends the tria... More...
   $0 (06-23-2017 - CA)

Waymon Scott Hartwell and HHH Farms, LLC v. Lone Star, PCA Fanin County Courthouse - Bonham, Texas

and HHH Farms, LLC (HHH) (collectively Appellants), defaulted on the payment due on two of their loans from Lone Star, PCA (Lone Star), they sold cattle securing the loans without paying the proceeds to Lone Star. After learning of the cattle sales and that some of the proceeds were used to pay other creditors, Lone Star sued Appellants for breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, conversion,... More...   $0 (06-23-2017 - )

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