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Evan R. Daniels v. Thomas H. Lavery d/b/a National Furniture Liquidators

Appellant Evan R. Daniels, pro se, appeals the trial court's judgment against him, rendered after a non-jury trial, in a suit on a sworn account brought by Thomas H. Lavery, d/b/a National Furniture Liquidators, appellee. In six issues, Daniels asserts generally that the trial court erred (1) in holding him personally liable on the alleged sworn account debt; (2) in not hearing his pending moti... More...   $0 (02-26-2007 - TX)

Mark III Systems, Inc. v. Sysco Corporation

Appellant, Mark III Systems, Inc. ("Mark III"), appeals the trial court's rendition of summary judgment in favor of appellee, Sysco Corporation ("Sysco"). In 14 issues, Mark III challenges several of the possible grounds for the trial court's rendition of summary judgment against it and argues that issues of fact were raised as to each of its claims against Sysco. In three additional issues,... More...   $0 (02-26-2007 - TX)

Oneok Westex Transmission, L.P. v. Castor Oil, Inc.

This appeal arises from the entry of judgment after a bench trial wherein the trial court found that Oneok Westex Transmission, L.P., did not have a valid and existing pipeline easement over the property of Castor Oil, Inc. The parties agree that the written easement given to Oneok by Castor's predecessor-in-interest was not recorded. Yet, Castor claimed to be a subsequent purchaser for value... More...   $0 (02-26-2007 - TX)

Mark Haire and Karen Haire v. Nathan Watson Company and Fugro South, Inc.

This is the case of the floundering foundations. In October 2001, the Haires purchased a home at 6202 Snow Ridge Court in the Hunter Pointe subdivision of Arlington. The Haires bought the residence in "as is" condition from Prudential Relocation. Sovereign Homes Corporation ("Sovereign") built the residence in question. NWC was the developer of the subdivision and according to NWC, it had n... More...   $0 (02-26-2007 - TX)

Freeman Clyncke and Danny Clyncke v. Michele Waneka

In this appeal, we review and affirm the court of appeals' conclusion in Waneka v. Clyncke, 134 P.3d 492 (Colo. App. 2005), that the trial court erred when instructing the jury on the liability of a sponsor of an equine event under the Colorado Equine Activities Statute, section 13-21-119, C.R.S. (2006) . We agree that the Equine Statute places a two-pronged duty on sponsors, holding a sponsor ... More...   $0 (02-25-2007 - CO)

State of Oklahoma ex rel. Oklahoma Bar Association v. Eddie D. Ramirez

1Upon consideration of the Oklahoma Bar Association's application for an order approving the resignation of Eddie D. Ramirez pending disciplinary proceedings, this Court finds:

1. On January 31, 2007, Ramirez submitted his affidavit of resignation from membership in the Oklahoma Bar Association pending disciplinary proceedings.

2. Ramirez's affidavit was tendered freely and voluntar... More...   $0 (02-24-2007 - OK)

Kelly Grant v. Progressive Casualty Insurance Co.

Kelly Grant, age 38, sued Progressive Casualty Insurance Co. under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, 42 U.S.C. 2000e, claiming that she was discriminated against by Defendant because of her sex. Plaintiff alleged that her gender was a significant factor in Progressive's employment decisions toward her and that she was a victim of gender discrimination, retaliation and a hostile work envi... More...   $61000000 (02-24-2007 - OK)

Forest Guardians, et al. v. Have Forsgren, et al.

The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has listed a "distinct population segment" (DPS) of Canada Lynx as "threatened" under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), 16 U.S.C. §§ 1531-44. See Determination of Threatened Status for the Contiguous U.S. Distinct Population Segment of the Canada Lynx and Related Rule, 65 Fed. Reg. 16052 (March 24, 2000) (Final Rule), clarified by Notice o... More...   $0 (02-24-2007 - NM)

Rex Shrum v. City of Coweta, et al.

Rex Shrum sued the City of Coweta, Oklahoma and others claiming that the was discrminated against because of his exercise of his religious freedoms under the United States Constitution. He claimed that Coweta Police Chief Derrik Palmer engaged in a pattern of retaliation against Faternal Order of Police members in an effort to bust the union.

Shrum is both a law enforcement officer and a... More...   $450000 (02-24-2007 - OK)

Freeman and others v. Ceja Corporation, Arline B. Oliphant,Eric B Oliphant, John D. Mayo II, Peter O. Mayo, Gregory W. Oliphant Living Trust, Samuel Oliphant Age 21 Trust, Thomas J. Oliphant Living Trust and Besha Lu Deane Trust and others

Plaintiffs claimed rights in a portion of the working interests acquired by CEJA and the other defendants in oil and gas leases, lands and drilling units underlying Forbes Lake State Park ("FLSP") in Marion County, Illinois, referred to as the "FLSP Leases". Plaintiffs contend that they are entitled to the legal and equitable remedies of accrued damages, an accounting concerning Plaintiffs' share... More...   $7000000 (02-23-2007 - OK)

City of Owasso v. Strawdey Clinton McCarty

Condemnation Case - The City of Owasso, Oklahoma sought to condemn right, title and interest in property owned by defendant for a public use. Commissioners appointed by the Court awarded Defendant $15,945.00. Both parties asked for a jury trial to determine the damages sustained by defendant as a result of the taking.... More...   $27000 (02-23-2007 - OK)

Dr. David Martorano v. University of California at Los Angeles and Dr. Heather Krell

Dr. David Martorano sued University of California at Los Angeles and Dr. Heather Krell on a wrongful termination theory claiming that he lost a coveted job because he terminated an affair that he was having with Dr. Krell. He claimed that the position of Chief Resident was taken away from him in retaliation for breaking off his relationship with Krell.

Dr. Krell denied that she had an affai... More...   $0 (02-23-2007 - CA)

Dr. David Martorano v. University of California at Los Angeles and Dr. Heather Krell

Dr. David Martorano sued University of California at Los Angeles and Dr. Heather Krell on a wrongful termination theory claiming that he lost a coveted job because he terminated an affair that he was having with Dr. Krell. He claimed that the position of Chief Resident was taken away from him in retaliation for breaking off his relationship with Krell.

Dr. Krell denied that she had an affai... More...   $0 (02-23-2007 - CA)

Dan Regan, et al. v. North-Western Corp. of South Dakota

Fifteen former Montana Power executives sued NorthWestern Corporation of South Dakota on a breach of contract and tort theories claiming that Defendant wrongfully stopped paying Plaintiffs' supplemental pensions in 2004.... More...   $17400000 (02-23-2007 - MT)

Diane Klipfel and Michael Casali v. City of Chicago

Diane Klipfel and Michael Casali sued the City of Chicago, Joseph Miedzianowski and other on a civil rights violation theory, 42 U.S.C., 1983, claiming that their rights were violated when Miedzianowski and Chicago Police Department officials retaliated against them after they tried to report that Miedzianowski stealing from drug dealers in 1992. Klipfel that she was forced from ATF after the... More...   $10000000 (02-23-2007 - IL)

Lucent Technologies, et al. v. Gateway, Inc., et al.

Alcatel-Lucent SA, former Lucent Technologies, Inc. sued Gateway, Inc., Dell, Inc. and others including Microsoft for use of patented technology for conversion of audio files into digital MP3 file format on personal computers.

The defenses asserted by defendants and intervenor Microsoft are not available.... More...   $1420000000 (02-23-2007 - CA)

Lena C. Tedesco, Executrix of the Estate of Frank Tedesco, Deceased, v. A.P. Green Industries, et al.

We hold that a dissolved corporation may, as part of winding up its affairs, bring a third-party claim for indemnity or contribution in an action arising out of pre-dissolution events.

Facts and Procedural History

Insulation Distributors, Inc. (IDI) was a distributor of products containing asbestos, and as a result became a defendant in a number of lawsuits. In this case, IDI was su... More...   $0 (02-22-2007 - NY)

Jose Roman, Melanie Bruno Melissa Bruno v. Borough of Seaside, James Citta and James Boag

Jose Roman, Melanie Bruno Melissa Bruno sued Seaside Park, New Jersey police officers James Citta and James Boag on a civil rights violation theory under 42 U.S.C., 1983 claiming that the officers used excessive force after they arrested plaintiffs at the Saw Mill Tavern on November 22, 2004 and created fake documents to conceal who handled the plaintiffs as prisoners. Roman claimed that his he... More...   $1 (02-22-2007 - NJ)

Mymail, Ltd. v. America Online, Inc.

MyMail, Ltd., brought this patent infringement action in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, No. 6:04-cv-00189-LED, charging eight internet service providers with infringing U.S. Patent No. 6,571,290 ("the '290 patent"). The district court granted summary judgment of noninfringement, and MyMail appeals from that order. Four of the defendant internet service provi... More...   $0 (02-21-2007 - TX)

Carol Wayne Frazier and Tonya R. Frazier v. Honeywell International

Carol Wayne Frazier and Tonya R. Frazier, the parents of Lauren Frazier, sued Honeywell International on a products liability theory for the wrongful death of Lauren who was killed on a 2004 rollover of a Chevrolet Tahoe. Plaintiffs claimed that the seat belt latch manufactured by sold by Honeywell was defective and unreasonably dangerous and that it unlatched during the accident causing Ms. F... More...   $24000000 (02-21-2007 - TX)

Matrix Group Limited v. Rawlings Sporting

After Rawlings Sporting Goods Company terminated an agreement granting an exclusive license to Matrix Group Limited to sell its sports bags, the parties sued each other for breach of contract. Matrix also asserted claims against Rawlings and K2, Inc., Rawlings' parent corporation, under a Florida statute on deceptive trade practices and a tortious interference claim against K2. The district... More...   $4096312 (02-21-2007 - MO)

Inline Connection Corp. v. Earthlink, Inc.

Inline Connection Corp. sued Earthlink on a patent infringement theory claiming that Defendant used a series of patents relating to the installation of high-speed asymmetric digial subscriber line (ADSL) computer connections held by it. Inline claimed that industry-standard use of ADSL self-installed units is a violation of its patents. Inline sought $28 million in damages.

Earthlink de... More...   $0 (02-21-2007 - DE)

State of Oklahoma, ex rel. Oklahoma Bar Association v. Ramirez

1Upon consideration of the Oklahoma Bar Association's application for an order approving the resignation of Eddie D. Ramirez pending disciplinary proceedings, this Court finds:

1. On January 31, 2007, Ramirez submitted his affidavit of resignation from membership in the Oklahoma Bar Association pending disciplinary proceedings.

2. Ramirez's affidavit was tendered freely and volunt... More...   $0 (02-20-2007 - OK)

STATE ex rel. OKLAHOMA BAR ASSOCIATION v. WELDON

1 Upon consideration of the complainant's, Oklahoma Bar Association (Bar Association), application pursuant to Rule 8.2 of the Rules Governing Disciplinary Proceedings (5 O.S.2001 Ch. 1, App. 1-A), for an order approving the resignation of the respondent, Richard Lee Weldon, pending disciplinary proceedings, the application and resignation reveal the following.

2 On August 30, 2006, the r... More...   $0 (02-20-2007 - OK)

IN THE MATTER OF THE REINSTATEMENT OF TRIMBLE

1 1. The petitioner, Angela Dawn Trimble, was admitted to the Oklahoma Bar Association on September 25, 1995, after successful examination. She received her Juris Doctorate from University of Tulsa School of Law on May 6, 1995.

2 2. From September 25, 1995 until June 1, 1996, the petitioner resided in Tulsa, Oklahoma and practiced law at 1717 South Boulder, Suite 910. On June 1, 1996, pet... More...   $0 (02-20-2007 - OK)

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