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Elizabeth D. Benson v. Joseph F. Harrell

This appeal arises from a civil case in which plaintiffs, Benson and Blair, alleged that defendant had breached an agreement to purchase a truck from them. The case was sent to mandatory court-annexed arbitration, where defendant eventually prevailed and was awarded attorney fees. Accordingly, the trial court entered a general judgment pursuant to which plaintiffs were to pay defendant the sum of ... More...   $0 (03-09-2011 - OR)

Falls Motor City, Inc. v. Tracey Darvoich

{¶1} Defendant-Appellant, Tracey Darovich, appeals from the judgment of the Summit County Court of Common Pleas in favor of Falls Motor City, Inc. dba Falls Chrysler Jeep Dodge (“Falls Motor City”). This Court affirms.


{¶2} This Court set forth the factual and procedural history of this case in Darovich’s first appeal as follows:

“In May 2008, Darovich sought to pu... More...
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Ruffian, L.L.C. v. D. Thomas Haynes

{¶1} Defendant-appellant, D. Thomas Hayes ("Hayes" or "appellant"), appeals the judgment granted by the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas in favor of plaintiffappellee, Ruffian, LLC ("Ruffian" or "appellee"), enforcing a settlement agreement and awarding attorney fees and expenses for frivolous conduct in accordance with R.C. 2323.51. For the reasons that follow, we affirm in part and reverse... More...   $0 (02-24-2011 - OH)

Farm Credit Services of America, Inc. v. Daniel M. Wilson

¶1 In this action for foreclosure of security interest and an order of delivery, Plaintiff/Appellant, Farm Credit Services of America, Inc., a Nebraska Corporation (Farm Credit), seeks review of the trial court's order granting summary judgment to Defendants/Appellees, Daniel M. Wilson and Nancy L. Wilson. For the reasons set forth below, we reverse and remand for further proceedings.

¶2 ... More...
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Richard Mathis v. County of Lyon

This case concerns the actions of Richard Glover, the Public Administrator of Lyon County, Nevada, after the death of Joe Mathis. Before us is an interlocutory appeal based only on the allegations in the complaint denying qualified immunity for Glover’s actions in entering Joe Mathis’s home without a warrant and failing to give notice to his sons before doing so.

The complaint makes the... More...
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Katharine Randall v. Steven D. Randall

Katharine Randall, the Former Wife, appeals from a final judgment of dissolution of her marriage to the Former Husband, Steven Randall. We agree with the Former Wife that the trial court erred in requiring her to return her engagement ring to the Former Husband after he had listed the ring as her nonmarital property.

Accordingly, we reverse that portion of the judgment requiring the Former ... More...
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Sandra Landsman v. Auto Showcase Motorcars of Palm Beach, LLC

In this matter we decide whether the trial court erred in granting a motion to dismiss Carolyn Edwards’s third-party complaint for conversion against Sandra Landsman, the owner/managing agent of Auto Showcase Motorcars of Palm Beach, LLC (“Auto Showcase”). The trial court, without explanation, dismissed Edwards’s third-party complaint against Landsman along with all of her counterclaims ag... More...   $0 (01-12-2011 - FL)

Curt Daniels v. John Holtz

“Won’t you be my neighbor?”1 Curt Daniels, the owner of a corporation sold at a sheriff’s sale, seeks to have the sale set aside because, he argues, it lacked a just appraisal, the appraisers were not “disinterested householders of the neighborhood,” and the property sold for a grossly inadequate price. Iowa Code § 626.93 (2005). Daniels argues it is improper to adjust the appraisal o... More...   $0 (12-30-2010 - IA)

Lula M. Henry v. New Jersey Department of Human Services

In Montells v. Haynes, 133 N.J. 282 (1993), the Court held that the two-year statute of limitations applies to all claims filed under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, N.J.S.A. 10:5-1 to -49 (LAD), in Superior Court. The complaint must be filed within two years of the date on which the cause of action “accrued.” N.J.S.A. 2A:14-2. Montells, supra, 133 N.J. at 285. In this case we exami... More...   $0 (12-10-2010 - NJ)

The Swift, Inc. v. John J. Sheffey

A gospel music group from Tennessee known as The Swift, Inc., asks us to reverse the district court’s denial of its replevin action seeking to regain possession of its customized touring van. The group’s van broke down in the Quad Cities en route to a concert in Lakota, Iowa. The Swift seeks return of the van from John Sheffey,1 a Davenport mechanic who dismantled its engine. The Swift contend... More...   $0 (11-24-2010 - IA)

Elton Gates v. City of Chicago

Persons who are arrested by Chicago police officers often are carrying small amounts of cash which the officers seize1 and inventory at the time of arrest. The plaintiffs here were arrestees from whom police officers confiscated small amounts of cash.

The arrestees unsuccessfully sought the return of their money and challenged the City’s policies governing the return of seized funds. Th... More...
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Dawn Carton v. General Motors Acceptance Corp.

Motorcyclists Dawn Carton, James Carton, Jodi Feller, Terry Feller, Cody Medinger, and Stephanie Nieland (collectively, Appellants) brought an action against General Motors Acceptance Corporation (GMAC), arising out of injuries Appellants sustained when they were struck by a leased vehicle driven by Tiffany Gannon. GMAC held the lease on the vehicle driven by Gannon. Appellants sued GMAC, alleging... More...   $0 (07-13-2010 - IA)

Rayfield Investment Company v. Howard Kreps

Opposing creditors clash over security interests in a painting found in the inventory of a failed art gallery. One creditor is its operating capital lender claiming a perfected security interest in all its inventory. The other is a consignor who placed a painting with the gallery for sale but without perfecting his interest in the consigned goods. Concluding that the governing statutes for securit... More...   $0 (05-05-2010 - FL)

Reginald D. Whittington, Jr. v. Indianapolis Motor Speedway Foundation, Inc.

Reginald Whittington sued the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Foundation, Inc. (“Foundation”) for tortious conversion and replevin of a 1979 Kremer Racing Porsche 935 K3 automobile, which is on display at the Foundation’s Hall of Fame Museum. Whittington delivered the racing car to the Foundation in the early 1980s and sought its return in 2004. Whittington claimed that he loaned rather than don... More...   $0 (04-13-2010 - IN)

Gregg C. Revell v. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Gregg C. Revell appeals from the dismissal of his claims, brought pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983, seeking to impose liability upon the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (“Port Authority”) and Port Authority Police Officer Scott Erickson for arresting him under New Jersey’s gun laws and seizing his firearm and ammunition. According to Revell, his arrest was unlawful because he was in c... More...   $0 (03-23-2010 - NJ)

Brian Crotty v. Tuccio Development, Inc.

This appeal addresses issues arising from the trial court’s determination of probable cause in granting a prejudgment remedy in the amount of $1.7 million. The defendant, Tuccio Development, Inc., appeals from the court’s judgment granting the prejudgment remedy in favor of the plaintiffs, Brian Crotty and Peggy Crotty, upon a finding of probable cause that the defendant had breached a repurch... More...   $0 (03-16-2010 - CT)

Willco Enterprises, LLC v. Conchita L. Woodruff and Victore Insurance Company

¶1 In a dispute arising out of a residential construction contract, Plaintiff/Counter-Defendant/Appellant Willco Enterprises, L.L.C. (Willco) and Third-Party Defendant/ Appellant Donny Williamson (Williamson), appeal the trial court's order denying their motion to compel arbitration. Willco and Williamson (Appellants) argue the Uniform Arbitration Act, 12 O.S. Supp. 2006 §§1851-1881 (the New Ac... More...   $0 (02-19-2010 - OK)

Auto Cash Title Loans of Wisconsin, Inc. v. Paul Webster

Paul Webster appeals an order denying his motion for costs and attorney fees for violations of the Wisconsin Consumer Act. Webster argues that violations of the consumer act’s procedural requirements may entitle a prevailing party to recover costs and attorney fees, and that his motion was timely filed. We agree and reverse and remand for the circuit court to determine and award costs and atto... More...   $0 (02-09-2010 - WI)

Fernando Roa and Lilian Roa v. LAFE and Marino Roa

At issue on this appeal are several questions centering on the operation of the two-year statute of limitations applicable to the antiretaliation provision of New Jersey's Law Against Discrimination (LAD), N.J.S.A. 10:5-12(d). In particular, we are asked to declare whether the statute of limitations bars a retaliation claim based both on an employee's discharge and on a post-discharge retaliatory ... More...   $0 (01-14-2010 - NJ)

Julia Matthey v. St. Louis County and Eric T. Tolen

Eric T. Tolen (Appellant) appeals from the trial court’s judgment granting Julia Matthey’s (Respondent) claim for declaratory judgment. In its declaratory judgment, the trial court concluded that Respondent was the rightful owner of 100 Krugerrands in the possession of the St. Louis County Police Department and ordered the Police Department to deliver possession of the Krugerrands to Responden... More...   $0 (12-01-2009 - MO)

Nicole L. Musick v. State Farm Bank

Melissa Bradley appeals from an oral order in Nicole Musick’s small claims replevin action to recover a vehicle in Bradley’s possession.[2] Bradley argues that the trial court erred in ordering her to sell the vehicle and split the proceeds equally with William Davis, a non-party witness in this action. Bradley contends that courts may not issue money judgments in replevin actions, and that ... More...   $0 (10-08-2009 - WI)

Excel Bank v. National Bank of Kansas City d/b/a Great American Acceptance Company

Excel Bank ("Excel") appeals from a summary judgment in favor of National Bank of Kansas City d/b/a Great American Acceptance Company ("GAAC") on Excel's replevin action concerning eighteen vehicles that GAAC seized from a used car dealer, Miles Truck and Auto ("Miles"). For the following reasons, we affirm.

The underlying facts are undisputed. On March 5, 2004, GAAC advanced money to Miles... More...
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John Hardison Properties, Inc. v. Tim Esau

John Hardison Properties, Inc. sued Tim Esau on a replevin theory.

The claims made and defenses asserted are not available.... More...
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Francis Groshek and Karen Groshek v. Michael G. Trewin

¶1 In this action Francis and Karen Groshek claim their former attorney, Michael G. Trewin, breached his fiduciary duty to them in the course of purchasing their property, which included their homestead. The circuit court denied Trewin’s motion for summary judgment and, after a trial to the court, determined that Trewin had breached his fiduciary duty. The court ordered rescission of the contra... More...   $0 (03-26-2009 - WI)

Thomas Gibson, Jr. v. Regions Financial Corp.

Thomas Jerry Gibson, Jr., commenced this action against his former car dealership’s secured lender, Regions Bank and its parent company (collectively, “Regions”), asserting a variety of tort claims arising out of the failure of the business.

The district court1 granted summary judgment dismissing all claims. Gibson appeals the dismissal of claims for abuse of process, malicious prosec... More...
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