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Invasion of Privacy Law
 
GoDaddy.com, L.L.C. v. Hollie Toups, et al.

GoDaddy.com, LLC (“GoDaddy”) filed a petition in this Court seeking an order permitting an interlocutory appeal of the trial court’s order denying GoDaddy’s motion to dismiss plaintiffs’ claims on the basis that such claims are barred by section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (the “CDA”). See 47 U.S.C. § 230. We granted GoDaddy’s request to file an interlocutory appeal. Aft... More...   $0 (04-10-2014 - TX)

Michael Bock v. Craig Hansen

A 41-foot long, 7,300 pound tree limb crashed onto the home of appellants Michael and Lorie Bock, an incident they reported to their homeowner’s insurer, Travelers Property and Casualty Insurance Company (Travelers). Travelers assigned respondent Craig Hansen to adjust the loss, whose behavior, as alleged by the Bocks, can best be described as appalling. On Hansen’s first visit to the scene (w... More...   $0 (04-02-2014 - CA)

Patricia Castagna v. Bill Luceno

Patricia Castagna, a former employee of Majestic Kitchens, Inc., appeals from an order of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (Cathy Seibel, Judge) dismissing Castagna’s state‐law tort claims as time‐barred. Castagna contends that the statute of limitations applicable to her tort claims against both Majestic and her former boss, Bill Luceno, was tolled by h... More...   $0 (03-05-2014 - NY)

Dina Hataishi v. First American Home Buyers Protection Corporation

Named plaintiff Dina Hataishi (Plaintiff) appeals from a trial court order denying her motion for certification of a California class of Defendant First American Home Buyers Protection Corporation’s (First American) customers whose telephone conversations were recorded without warning. Plaintiff contends that First American’s conduct violates Penal Code1 section 632, which prohibits the intent... More...   $0 (02-21-2014 - CA)

Steven R. Graboff v. The Colleran Firm

This matter comes on before this Court on an appeal from an order of the District Court entered March 28, 2013, denying defendants-appellants, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ (together the “AAOS”), motion for judgment as a matter of law and for judgment notwithstanding the verdict. For the reasons we set forth we will affirm ... More...   $0 (02-20-2014 - PA)

Irina Chevaldina v. R.K./FL Management, Inc.

Irina Chevaldina appeals an order granting a preliminary injunction1 to “enjoin tortious interference, stalking, trespass and defamatory blogs” entered in favor of Raanan Katz and the other named appellees, plaintiffs in the circuit court.2 We vacate the order and injunction.

Background

Raanan Katz and RK Associates own and manage commercial properties in South Florida. Ms. Cheva... More...
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In Re Jones v. Samora, Clerk & Treasurer of the Town of Center.

¶1 This case concerns a contested March 19, 2013, recall election in the Town ofCenter, Colorado. Herman D. Sisneros, Edward W. Garcia, and Geraldine Martinez were elected to replace three recalled municipal officers: Mayor Susan M. Banning, Trustee John Faron, and Trustee Maurice C. Jones, respectively. Following a recount, Maurice C. Jones and Citizen Center, a Colorado non-profit corporat... More...   $0 (01-27-2014 - CO)

United States of America v. Shawn Conrad Gordon

This interesting case calls upon us to decide whether, incident to an arrest for aggravated assault, police may seize a shotgun from a home when the weapon was not

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involved in any apparent criminal offense, the crime scene had been secured, and there was no immediate danger to any individual. Our answer to that question−NO−begs another. Does a de minimis violation of a defe... More...
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Arshad Yousuf, M.D. v. George Cohlmia, M.D.

American National Property and Casualty Company (ANPAC) appeals from the district court’s grant of summary judgment in favor of Physicians Liability Insurance Company (PLICO) in a dispute regarding ANPAC’s breach of its duty to defend a co-insured. PLICO cross-appeals the district court’s denial of its motion for prejudgment interest. We AFFIRM.

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In November 2004, Dr. Asha... More...
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Gawker Media LLC v. Terry Gene Bollea

Terry Bollea sought to enjoin Gawker Media, LLC, from publishing and otherwise distributing the written report about his extramarital affair that includes video excerpts from the sexual encounter. The circuit court granted Mr. Bollea's motion for temporary injunction, though it did not articulate the reasons for doing so. On appeal, Gawker Media challenges the circuit court's order, asserting that... More...   $0 (01-17-2014 - OK)

Paul Chamblee v. Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation

Paul Chamblee appeals the district court’s grant of Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation (“Farm Bureau”), Randy Knight and David Waide’s (collectively, the “Defendants”) motion for summary judgment concerning Chamblee’s Age Discrimination in Employment Act (“ADEA”) claim and various state-law claims. Because Chamblee did not demonstrate that the

* Pursuant to 5TH CIR. R. 47.... More...
   $0 (01-06-2014 - MS)

Erin Bates v. P.C. Cast, a/k/a Phyllis Cast

¶1 Plaintiff/Appellant Erin Bates (Plaintiff) seeks review of the trial court's order granting the motion to dismiss of Defendants/Appellees P.C. Cast, a/k/a Phyllis Cast, an individual, Kristin Cast, an individual, and St. Martin's Press, a Foreign Limited Liability Company (individually, by name, or, collectively, Defendants) on Plaintiff's claims to actual and punitive damages for defamation, ... More...   $0 (01-03-2014 - OK)

Benjamin Joffe v. Google, Inc.

In the course of capturing its Street View photographs, Google collected data from unencrypted Wi-Fi networks. Google publicly apologized, but plaintiffs brought suit under federal and state law, including the Wiretap Act, 18 U.S.C. § 2511. Google argues that its data collection did not violate

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the Act because data transmitted over a Wi-Fi network is an “el... More...
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Ricky D. Ross v. William Leonard Roberts II

Plaintiff and appellant Ricky D. Ross is a former criminal who achieved some sort of celebrity status due, in part, to the enormous scale of his cocaine-dealing operations. Defendant and respondent William Leonard Roberts II is a famous rap musician who goes by the name “Rick Ross.” His lyrics frequently include fictional accounts of selling cocaine. Plaintiff sued Roberts and other defendants... More...   $0 (12-23-2013 - CA)

Jerilyn Ann Cerda, as Next Friend of Noel Doe v. RJL Entertainment, Inc. d/b/a Chub Cheetah

This appeal arises out of the trial court’s granting of special exceptions and subsequent dismissal with prejudice of certain causes of action asserted by appellant

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Jerilyn Ann Cerda (“Cerda”), as next friend of Noel Doe (“Noel”), against RJL Entertainment, Inc. d/b/a Club Cheetah (“Club Cheetah”). By one issue, Cerda asserts that the trial court erred in granting Clu... More...
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Maisha I. Hamilton v. Village of Oak Lawn, Illinois

Allan Lorincz, a man in his mid‐80s retired from the University of Chicago Medical Center, where he had been a distinguished dermatologist, was dying of Parkinson’s disease in the spring of 2010 when, according to the plaintiff, Maisha Hamilton, he hired her to help him in his home with various “end‐of‐life tasks.” She was a friend of a wayward daughter of Lorincz. A defrocked physicia... More...   $0 (11-20-2013 - IL)

Tina Cuff v. Grossmont Union High School District

Plaintiff Tina Cuff appeals from a judgment entered in favor of defendants Grossmont Union High School District (Grossmont) and Susan Saunders after the trial court granted summary judgment in favor of the defendants.

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Cuff filed this action against Grossmont and Saunders after Saunders prepared a written report of suspected child abuse pursuant to provisions of the Child Abuse and ... More...
   $0 (11-18-2013 - CA)

G. Christian Corcoran and Peggy Corcoran v. Atascocita Community Improvement Association, Inc.

In two issues, appellants, G. Christian Corcoran and Peggy Corcoran, challenge the trial court’s summary judgment in favor of appellee, Atascocita Community Improvement Association, Inc. (“ACIA”). We affirm.

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I. BACKGROUND

ACIA is non-profit corporation whose members are certain property owners in Atascocita. ACIA is governed by a board of trustees. ACIA’s purpose is ... More...
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Christy L. Kellerhals v. This Land Press, LLC

Christy L. Kellerhals sued This Land Press, LLC, Keena B. Roberts, Joshua Kline, Michael Mason and Vince Lovoi on invasion of privacy (publication of private facts), slander and libel per se, intentional infliction of emotional distress and unauthorized use of another person's right of publicity theories claiming:

1. Plaintiff, Christy L. Kellerhals, is an individual who resides in Tulsa ... More...
   $1 (10-27-2013 - OK)

Carla Visendi v. Bank of America, N.A.

In this appeal, we address whether Defendants-Appellants (Defendants) properly removed a 137-plaintiff action from state court to federal court under the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005 (CAFA), Pub. L. No. 109-2, 119 Stat. 4 (2005). We also consider whether Plaintiffs-Appellees (Plaintiffs) are misjoined under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 20(a). We answer both questions in the affirmative. Ac... More...   $0 (10-24-2013 - ca)

S.L. Wade v. D.T. Wade

S.L. Wade (“Mother”) petitions this Court for a writ of certiorari to review the trial court’s sua sponte order requiring her to: (1) submit to a psychological examination with a focus on anger control under Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.360 and Florida Family Law Rule of Procedure 12.360; and (2) participate in the parties’ oldest child’s therapy during her timesharing in Florida. F... More...   $0 (10-23-2013 - FL)

Rutland Herald v. City of Rutland and AFSCME Council 93, Local No. 1201

¶ 1. BURGESS, J. The City of Rutland appeals from the trial court’s order, on remand, directing it to disclose certain records under the Vermont Public Records Act (PRA), 1 V.S.A. §§ 315-320. The records concern several Rutland Police Department (RPD) employees who were investigated and disciplined for viewing and sending pornography on work computers while on duty. The City a... More...   $0 (10-11-2013 - VT)

Anambra State Community in Houston, Inc. (ANASCO, Inc) v. Christian Chinwuba Ulashi, Individually and as the Former President of Anasco and Vincent N. Nweke d/b/a Anambra State Community Houston

On its own motion the trial court signed an order in which the court stated that it appeared this case presents no justiciable controversy within the court’s subject-matter jurisdiction and that, to the extent there is such a controversy, the

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court declined to exercise jurisdiction over these claims because they deal with the internal affairs of a non-profit organization. The tri... More...
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Heather Hall v. Rocky Mountain Emergency Physicians, LLC

This appeal arises from a medical malpractice claim brought against a physician’s assistant, two supervising physicians, and Rocky Mountain Emergency Physicians, L.L.C. (collectively Rocky Mountain). Heather Hall presented at the emergency room complaining of headache, blurry vision, and sensitivity to light. Jeff Johnson, a physician’s assistant, examined Hall. As part of his examination, he ... More...   $0 (09-06-2013 - ID)

Carolina Casualty v. Nanodetex Corporation

A few years ago the New Mexico Supreme Court recognized a new tort called “malicious abuse of process,” which subsumed the traditional causes of action for malicious prosecution and abuse of process. Nanodetex Corporation and two of its principals (the Insureds) were successfully sued for malicious abuse of process. They then sought indemnification from Carolina Casualty Insurance Company, whi... More...   $0 (08-19-2013 - NM)

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