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Tortious Interference Law
Larry Edberg and Julie Edberg v. The Laurel Canyon Ranch Architectural Review Committee

Larry Edberg and Julie Edberg (the “Edbergs”) challenge the summary judgment granted in favor of the Laurel Canyon Ranch Architectural Review Committee (the “ARC”). We affirm the trial court’s judgment.

Factual and Procedural Background

On June 27, 2006, the Edbergs purchased Lot 121 of Unit 2 of the Laurel Canyon Ranch subdivision and began constructing a home. Laure... More...
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Edward A. Copley v. Sarah Johnson Pitt

Appellants’ motion for rehearing is denied. This court’s opinion and judgment dated December 1, 2010 are withdrawn, and this opinion and judgment are substituted. Our prior opinion contained an incorrect reference to Laura Johnson serving as co-trustee of a foundation as opposed to Laura Johnson serving as co-trustee of a management trust. We substitute this opinion to delete the erroneous ... More...   $0 (02-16-2011 - TX)

W3i Mobile, LLC v. Westchester Fire Insurance

W3i Mobile, LLC (W3i) sued Westchester Fire Insurance Company (Westchester), claiming breach of contract and seeking a declaration that an insurance policy required Westchester to defend and indemnify W3i for expenses associated with two class action lawsuits brought against W3i. The district court1 granted summary judgment in favor of Westchester, finding a products exclusion precluded coverage u... More...   $0 (02-15-2011 - MN)

Aspenwood Apt. Corporation v. Coinmach, Inc. f/k/a Solon Automated Services, Inc.

Appellee, Coinmach, Inc. f/k/a Solon Automated Services, Inc. (“Coinmach”), filed a motion for rehearing of our August 19, 2010 opinion. We grant rehearing and withdraw our August 19, 2010 opinion and judgment and issue this opinion and judgment in their place. The disposition of the case remains unchanged.

Appellant, Aspenwood Apartment Corporation (“Aspenwood”), appeals the tr... More...
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George Wasserman & Janice Wasserman v. Jack Kay

Appellants, The George Wasserman and Janice Wasserman Goldsten Family Limited Liability Company (“WGF”) and Anthony Tanzi, as Trustee of the Lisa W. Gill Trust (“Gill Trust”), are partners in five real estate investment general partnerships and members in two real estate investment LLCs (collectively, the “investment vehicles”). Appellees are Jack Kay (“Mr. Kay”), the managing memb... More...   $0 (02-09-2011 - MD)

Hebert Acquisitions, LLC v. Tremur Consulting Contractors, Inc.; Chris R. Murray; and San Juanita Murray

After Hebert Acquisitions, LLC ("Hebert") acquired the assets of Tremur Consulting Contractors, Inc. ("Tremur") from Chris and San Juanita Murray, Hebert brought suit for breach of contract stemming from alleged violations of the Asset Purchase Agreement (APA) that governed the transaction. (1) The Appellees brought a counterclaim for breach of the APA. After a bench trial, the trial court found i... More...   $0 (02-04-2011 - TX)

Rufus Odem v. Deloitte & Touche, LLP; John Morgan and Kathie Schwerdtfeger

Appellant Rufus Odem brought claims for defamation, tortious interference with contract, conspiracy, negligence, and gross negligence against Deloitte & Touche, LLP, John Morgan, and Kathie Schwerdtfeger (collectively “Deloitte & Touche”). Odem’s claims arose out of a report prepared by Deloitte & Touche following a quality assessment review of the San Antonio Water System’s internal audi... More...   $0 (02-02-2011 - TX)

Steven Schueller v. Richard Goddard

Steven C. Schueller, M.D., appeals the district court’s1 grant of summary judgment to Richard L. Goddard, CEO of Drew Memorial Hospital, and various Drew Memorial Hospital board members, all in their official capacities (collectively, Drew Memorial). Dr. Schueller claims Drew Memorial violated his due process rights and interfered with his business expectancy by requesting he no longer serve as ... More...   $0 (02-01-2011 - AR)

Vernon Harris v. Maricopa County Superior Court

After he was forced out of his position as an Initial Appearance Hearing Officer for the Maricopa County Superior Court, Vernon Harris unsuccessfully sued the Superior Court and the other defendants for violations of, inter alia, his rights under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and the Fourteenth Amendment. Defendants then sought substantial attorneys fees and costs from Harris, and were awarded... More...   $0 (01-20-2011 - AZ)

Gerald C. Freeman v. Donald R. Sorchych

¶1 This case raises a question not previously addressed in Arizona: When multiple dominant estate holders use an easement, must they share in the costs necessary to maintain and repair that common easement, even in the absence of a cost-sharing agreement or a provision imposing such an obligation within the document conveying the easement? Gerald C. and Janice B. Freeman brought an action for con... More...   $0 (01-13-2011 - AZ)

Terry Glenn and Monica Glenn v. Robert J. Pack, Jr

In eighteen issues, Appellants Terry and Monica Glenn appeal the trial court’s judgment awarding Appellee Robert Pack damages and attorneys’ fees for his breach of contract and tortious interference with contract counterclaims. We affirmed in part, reversed and rendered in part, and reversed and remanded in part.

II. Factual and Procedural History

On March 29, 2007, the Glenns si... More...
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Chris Hill and Donald McKinney v. McLane Company, Inc.

Appellee McLane Company, Inc., sued two former employees--appellants Chris Hill and Donald McKinney--asserting, among other causes of action, misappropriation of trade secrets and obtained a temporary injunction restraining their conduct pending trial. Hill and McKinney appeal. (1) In three issues, appellants contend that the district court abused its discretion in granting the temporary injunctio... More...   $0 (01-05-2011 - TX)

Dr. Theodore M. Herring, Jr., and Carmen Dawson v. Heron Lakes Estates Owners Association, Inc.

Theodore Herring, Jr. and Carmen Dawson appeal from a final judgment entered by the trial court following the court’s granting of a partial summary judgment in favor of appellee Heron Lakes Estates Owners Association, Inc. and a subsequent bench trial. In two issues, Herring and Dawson argue that the trial court erred in granting the partial summary judgment in favor of the Association on its b... More...   $0 (01-04-2011 - TX)

Latif Khan v. Edward Bland, Housing Authority of Champaign County

Latif Khan is a landlord in Champaign, Illinois, who began renting properties under the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program in 1993 through the Housing Authority of Champaign County (HACC). Khan’s relationship with the HACC began to deteriorate in 2005 when Khan evicted a Section 8 tenant from one of his units and Edward Bland, the executive director of HACC, became aware that Khan had ente... More...   $0 (12-23-2010 - IL)

Barbara Hale v. State Farm Florida Insurance Company

Appellants, Barbara Hale and Sandra Segal, appeal the trial court’s order granting State Farm Insurance Company’s motion for final summary judgment. The trial court entered the order after determining that State Farm had no duty to defend or indemnify Hale and Segal in the underlying action in which their sister-in-law, Doris Wohl, sued both Hale and Segal for defamation and tortious interfere... More...   $0 (12-22-2010 - FL)

MDY Industries, LLC v. Bizzard Entertainment, Inc. and Vivendi Games, Inc.

Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. (“Blizzard”) is the creator of World of Warcraft (“WoW”), a popular multiplayer online role-playing game in which players interact in a virtual world while advancing through the game’s 70 levels. MDY Industries, LLC and its sole member Michael Donnelly (“Donnelly”) (sometimes referred to collectively as “MDY”) developed and sold Glider, a software pro... More...   $0 (12-15-2010 - AZ)

Edward A. Copley, et al. v. Sarah Johnson Pitt, et al.

This appeal arises from a probate proceeding in which a jury found Belton Kleberg Johnson (“B”) executed certain wills and trusts as a result of undue influence. The jury further found that the reasonable and necessary fees and expenses for the services of Plaintiffs’ attorneys in connection with both the will contest and the trust contest were in excess of $6.1 million, plus additional att... More...   $0 (12-01-2010 - TX)

Edward A. Copley v. Sarah Johnson Pitt

This appeal arises from a probate proceeding in which a jury found Belton Kleberg Johnson (“B”) executed certain wills and trusts as a result of undue influence. The jury further found that the reasonable and necessary fees and expenses for the services of Plaintiffs’ attorneys in connection with both the will contest and the trust contest were in excess of $6.1 million, plus additional att... More...   $0 (12-01-2010 - TX)

Dennis Synder v. The American Kennell Club

The legal question raised on appeal is whether the district court erred by granting summary judgment to the defendant. Another question, unrelated to the legal one, but equally weighty, is “what happened to Jag?” Jag was (and perhaps still is) a Golden

Retriever owned by Janis Fonceca. Plaintiffs-Appellants Dennis and Audra Snyder are professional dog handlers. They were hired by Foncec... More...
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Wesco Autobody Supply, Inc. v. Holly Ernest

This case arises out of the purchase by Appellant Wesco Autobody Supply, Inc. (Wesco) of three auto body supply stores from Paint & Equipment Supply, Inc. (P&E) on August 1, 2005. The stores were located in Idaho Falls, Pocatello, and Twin Falls, Idaho (Idaho Stores). Respondents Holly Ernest (Ernest) and Tom Davis (Davis) were owners of Automotive Paint Warehouse (APW), a wholesale supplier to th... More...   $0 (11-24-2010 - ID)

James Brooks v. Howard R. Arthur, Sr.

In 2008, plaintiffs James Brooks, Donald Hamlette, and Samuel St. John, who were correctional officers for Virginia’s Department of Corrections (the "Department"), initiated these since-consolidated civil actions in the Western District of Virginia, asserting retaliation claims under 42 U.S.C. § 1983.

Their respective complaints named as defendants Howard R. Arthur, Sr., and Randal W. Mi... More...
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Julia Carole Gunn v. Farmers Insurance Exchange

Appellant Julia Carole Gunn appeals from the circuit court’s grant of summary judgment on all of her claims in favor of the appellees, Farmers Insurance Exchange, Truck Insurance Exchange, Fire Insurance Exchange, Mid-Century Insurance Company, Farmers New World Life Insurance Company, and Farmers Insurance Company (collectively known as Farmers), and Farmers Group Incorporated (FGI). We affirm.... More...   $0 (11-10-2010 - AR)

Richard Denton v. Good Way Oil 902 Corp.

This contract to sell commercial real estate failed to close. The buyer sued the seller for specific performance and other equitable relief. It also sued other defendants for intentional interference with the contract and slander of title. The claims were tried simultaneously to a jury (money damages) and the judge (equitable claims). As Murphy’s law would predict, the jury went one way and the ... More...   $0 (11-10-2010 - FL)

Carmen Saenz v. Jan L. Grandy

Carmen Saenz and Robert Bennett, Jr. (collectively “Plaintiffs”) sued Jan L. Grandy, James C. Pettit, D.O., Jo Ann Bristol, L.M.S.W., and others (collectively “Defendants”) regarding alleged false statements Defendants made about Plaintiffs just before and then during the aftermath of Saenz’s attempted suicide. Plaintiffs asserted claims for negligent misrepresentation and intentional i... More...   $0 (10-31-2010 - TX)

1-800-Got Junk? LLC v. Millennium Asset Recovery, Inc.

Millennium Asset Recovery, Inc. (Millennium), a franchisee, is suing Petitioner 1-800-Got Junk? LLC (Got Junk), the franchisor, for wrongfully terminating Millennium‟s franchise.1 The franchise agreement specifies the application of the law of Washington State. Millennium seeks to enforce the choice of law provision in the franchise agreement. Got Junk contends the choice of law provision in its... More...   $0 (10-21-2010 - CA)

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