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Sandra E. Parker v. Robert J. Glasgow, Jr.; and Glasgow, Taylor, Isham & Glasgow, P.C.

Is a former client barred as a matter of law from bringing a legal
malpractice claim against the attorney and law firm who assisted her in obtaining
a mediated property settlement and agreed judgment in a divorce based on the
attorney’s allegedly negligent pre-settlement advice? We hold that the answer is
1See Tex. R. App. P. 47.4.
no in this appeal from a take-nothing su... More...
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Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., et al. v. Angela Leigh Militello, F/K/A Angela Leigh Simpson Starrett

Appellant Angela Leigh Militello sued appellant Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., for breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, negligence, and gross negligence arising from its management of several trusts. After a bench trial, the trial court rendered judgment for Militello on all of her claims and made findings of fact and conclusions of law in support of the judgment. In this appeal, Wells Fargo challenges the l... More...   $0 (06-20-2017 - TX)

ConocoPhillips Company v. Leon Oscar Ramirez, Jr., Individually, and Jesus M. Dominguez, as Guardian for Minerva Clementina Ramirez, an incapacitated person, Individually

ConocoPhillips Company and Rodolfo C. Ramirez, Individually and as Independent Administrator of the Estate of Ileana Ramirez, and El Milagro Minerals, Ltd. appeal the trial court’s judgment declaring that appellees Leon Oscar Ramirez, Jr., individually, and Jesus M. Dominguez, as Guardian of the Estate of Minerva Clementina Ramirez, an Incapacitated Person, each own a 1/12 mineral interest in the ... More...   $0 (06-08-2017 - TX)

STATE OF OHIO vs. RICHARD MARCUS LENARD Court of Appeals Of Ohio, Eighth Appellate District

Lenard was charged with one count of grand theft, in violation of
R.C. 2913.02(A)(3), and one count of tampering with records, in violation of
R.C. 2913.42(A)(1). Count 1 alleged that Lenard stole property from Steven Mladenovic
(“Mladenovic”) valued at $7,500 or more, but less than $150,000. Count 2 alleged that
Lenard perpetrated a fraud on Shirley Kummerlen (“Kummerlen”) ... More...
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James N. Hardwick v. Albert P. Wilcox

Between 1999 and 2010, Albert Wilcox made a series of loans to James Hardwick.
In 2013, Hardwick filed this action to recover usurious interest and prevent Wilcox from
foreclosing on property securing his loans. Wilcox countersued for breach of contract
and judicial foreclosure. The trial court entered judgment in favor of Hardwick, finding,
among other things, ... More...
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On September 21, 2011, three men approached Hugh Whitaker, an employee of a cash-intransit service, as he exited a CVS in Washington, D.C. One of the men drew a handgun and demanded the cash Whitaker had just picked up from the CVS. Whitaker drew his own handgun and they exchanged gunfire. Whitaker retreated into the CVS unharmed. The three other men, one of whom had been shot, fled the scene... More...   $0 (05-14-2017 - DC)

In the Matter of the Estate of Pierce

¶1 Appellants Colin Peirce, Caitlin Pierce, and Christian Pierce are the adult children of Christopher Hannah Pierce (Pierce), deceased. They appeal the district court's September 22, 2015 and October 21, 2015 orders denying their motions for partial summary judgment and granting Appellee Vanessa Pierce's motions for partial summary judgment.1 Appellants' motions challenged the validity of Pierce'... More...   $0 (05-11-2017 - OK)

Leslie Witherspoon Hinriches v. George Melton

How does a landowner whose parcel is landlocked
gain access to the property? In Linthicum v. Butterfield (2009)
175 Cal.App.4th 259 (Linthicum), we held that the trial court
may grant the landowner an equitable easement over a
neighboring property. In Linthicum, the party to whom an
equitable easement was granted had been using a road on
neighboring property for several dec... More...
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State of California v. James Ellis

San Bernardino, CA - Upland woman convicted of real estate fraud

On April 14, a San Bernardino County jury returned a verdict of guilty on 6 counts of real estate fraud against 58-year-old Barbara Rae Bratton of Upland. Bratton was taken into custody immediately following the guilty finding.

In May 2013, the Ontario Police Department investigated Bratton on suspicion of filing tw... More...
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Nautilus, Inc. v. Chao Chen Yang

Nautilus, Inc. (Nautilus), obtained a judgment against Stanley Kuo Hua
Yang, and recorded an abstract of judgment against real property on which Stanley and
his brother, Peter Chun Hua Yang, held title.1
Stanley and Peter transferred title on the
property to their father, Chao Chen Yang, who obtained a reverse mortgage loan on the
property from Security One Le... More...
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State of Tennessee v. Jamie Paul Click

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This case relates to controlled drug purchases conducted by the Sevierville Police Department (“SPD”) in September 2012. Thereafter, the Defenda... More...
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United States of America v. Fernando Morales Federal Courthouse - Boise, Idaho

Boise, ID - Nampa Man Sentenced to 25 years for Sexual Exploitation of Children

Fernando Morales, 50, of Nampa was sentenced to 300 months in prison, followed by lifetime supervised release, for sexual exploitation of children.

According to the plea agreement, officers with the Nampa Police Department contacted Morales at his residence in Nampa on August 23, 2016, after a sixteen... More...
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We provide here only a brief synopsis of the essential
facts of this case, reserving additional detail for the analysis
that follows.<... More...
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Annette Burrus v. David Reyes and Sonia Valenzuela

David Reyes and Sonia Valenzuela (“the Reyes Family”) thought they were buying a mobile home and a one-half acre lot from Annette Burris under an oral contract for deed. Burrus, on the other hand, contended the Reyes Family was only renting the property. After the Reyes Family had lived on the property for 17 years and had made numerous improvements to the property, Burrus sold the lot to a third ... More...   $0 (03-09-2017 - TX)


The land at issue was previously held as a right-of-way for railroad purposes by the Iowa River Railroad, “extending from milepost 243.35 near Marshalltown, Iowa, to milepost 209, outside Steamboat Rock, Iowa, a total distance of 34.35 miles, in Marshall and Hardin Counties, Iowa.” Sears I, 124 Fed. Cl. at 446 (quoting Second Am. Compl. ¶ 4, ECF No. 33). On August 2, 2012, the Surface Transporta... More...   $686940 (03-09-2017 - DC)

Central Bank and Real Estates Owned, LLC v. Timothy Hogan, et al.

In this case, we deal with the question of whether participation agreements in connection with a loan transaction transferred security interests in the underlying property or only a contractual right to the proceeds from the originating bank. For the reasons expressed below, we conclude that the participating agreements transferred security interests in the underlying property to the participating... More...   $0 (03-03-2017 - IA)

Nemoria Coria v. Christopher Jide Ogidan and Moses Gbolabo

Appellant Nemoria Coria purchased a home from appellees Christopher Jide Ogidan and
Moses Gbolabo. She later sued appellees for breach of contract and DTPA violations. The trial
court entered a take-nothing judgment in favor of appellees. In four issues, appellant argues the
trial court erred by (1) entering a take nothing judgment when the undisputed evidence
established appellees... More...
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A Morris County grand jury indicted defendant Mark T. DeBiasse
on one count of fourth degree failing to register as a convicted
sex offender as required by N.J.S.A. 2C:7-2e, commonly known as
"Megan's Law." Thereafter, defendant moved before the vicinage's
Assignment Judge to dismiss the indictment pursuant to N.J.S.A.
2C:2-11, characterizing his alleged failure to regist... More...
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Stephanie M. Dowell v. Oregon Mutual Insurance Company

Auto insurers in Oregon must provide personal
injury protection (PIP) benefits to their insureds for certain
automotive injury-related expenses, regardless of who is at
fault in an accident. ORS 742.520(1). The PIP medical benefits
at issue in this case “consist of the following payments for
the injury or death of each person” covered: “All reasonable
and necessary expenses... More...
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Linda Ann Parrish Richardson and Gary Bruce Richardson, co-trustees of the M.C. Parrish, Jr. Testamentary Trust, et al. v. Donald Roger Mills, et al

The heirs, devisees, and assigns of Robert Lindsay and June C. Harris1 (Appellants) filed a motion for rehearing. We grant the motion, withdraw our December 30, 2016 opinion and judgment, and substitute the following opinion and a corresponding judgment in their place.
This suit involved the construction of a 1906 instrument pertaining to the minerals under certain property and a 1908 release.... More...
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United States of America v. Angel Bronsgeest

Santa Ana, CA - Lake Forest Woman Pleads Guilty in $3.5 Million Real Estate Investment Scheme that Targeted Orange County Investors

A Lake Forest woman who participated in a real estate investment scheme in which Southern California investors collectively suffered nearly $3.5 million in losses has pleaded guilty to federal charges.

Angel Bronsgeest, 55, pleaded guilty t... More...
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The State prosecuted DeWeese under the theory he and Joel Heil caused Kristen Tyler's death. The State essentially contended DeWeese initiated the events because he believed Tyler stole his money and drugs whereas Heil physically performed the lethal acts in DeWeese's presence. Heil extensively testified against DeWeese as part of a plea bargain with the State.

Tyler's murder

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United States of America v. Melvin Ray Layman

Plano, TX - Dallas County Man Sentenced in Bank Fraud Conspiracy

A 64-year-old Grand Prairie, Texas man has been sentenced to federal prison for his role in a conspiracy to commit bank fraud and perjury.

Melvin Ray Layman pleaded guilty on July 20, 2016, to conspiracy to commit bank fraud and conspiracy t commit perjury and was sentenced to 51 months in federal prison on Jan. 11,... More...
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James Harvey Jordan v. Eddie R. Jensen

¶ 1 Here, we consider whether Utah Code section 78B-2-206 bars a challenge to a tax title based on a tax sale effected without notice to an interested party. On May 25, 2000, Uintah County conducted a tax sale, yet failed to provide the record mineral interest owners notice of the sale. Now, over a decade later, the purchaser of the tax title and the individuals who were the record owners of the m... More...   $0 (01-11-2017 - UT)


Due to the procedural posture, all facts and inferences that may be reasonably drawn from the evidence are resolved in Lumry's favor because the district court decided this case against him on summary judgment. Thoroughbred Assocs. v. Kansas City Royalty Co., 297 Kan. 1193, 1204, 308 P.3d 1238 (2013); O'Brien v. Leegin Creative Leather Products, Inc., 294 Kan. 318, 330, 277 P.3d 1062 (2012). Our f... More...   $0 (12-27-2016 - KS)

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