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Tortious Interference Law
 
United States of America v. Zachary Marshall Ziba

Amarillo, TX - The United States of America charged Zachargy Marshall Ziba, age 35, with interference with a flight crew as a result of the diversion of a Southwester Airlines flight to Amarillo in January of 2015. Ziba became disruptive, disobedient and screamed profanities on the Denver to Dallas flight. He was arrested when the plane landed in Amarillo for and charged with public intoxication.... More...   $0 (06-06-2015 - TX)

John Dellegar v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company

Tulsa, OK - John Dellegar and Ellen Dellegar sued State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and Marie Inman on bad faith insurer liability theories claiming:

1 Dellegars are residents of the City of Broken Arrow, County of Tulsa, State of Oklahoma and are husband and wife;
2. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company (“State Farm”), is a foitin corporation licensed in the St... More...
   $1 (06-03-2015 - OK)

Lisa Plunkett et al. v. Connecticut General Life Insurance Company and South Central RS, INC.

Appellants are former residents (the Residents) of Saratoga Springs
Apartments, a multi-unit apartment complex in Dallas that was closed due to mold
contamination. The Residents sued Connecticut General Life Insurance Company
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(the owner), South Central RS, Inc. (the manager), and others, alleging (1) property losses and personal injuries due to the toxic mold contamination and (2... More...
   $0 (05-29-2015 - TX)

Gayle A. Sternberg v. Bradley Lechman-SU

In this action for legal malpractice, the trial court
dismissed plaintiff’s third amended complaint for failure to
state a claim, ORCP 21 A(8), and on the ground that the
complaint showed that the action was not commenced within
the time limited by statute, ORCP 21 A(9). On appeal, plaintiff
challenges those rulings in her first and second assignments
of error. We conclud... More...
   $0 (05-28-2015 - OR)

Alejandro Diaz-Barba v. Wolfgan Hahn

In Hahn v. Diaz-Barba (2011) 194 Cal.App.4th 1177 (Hahn I), this court affirmed an order, issued under the forum non conveniens doctrine, staying an action against residents of California for tortious interference with contract and related claims for the sale of an interest in a Mexican business. We determined that petitioners (hereafter defendants) met their burden of proving Mexico was a suitabl... More...   $0 (05-24-2015 - CA)

Quantlab Financial, L.L.C. v. Andriy Kuharsky and Emmanuel Mamalakis

Houston, TX - Quantlab Financial, L.L.C. sued Kuharsky and Emmanuel Mamalakis on conversion of trade secrets theories claiming that they stole code for high speed stock trading from it.

Six other defendants settled including SXP Analytics, L.L.C. settled for $28.5 million before trial.

Andriy Kuharsky helped design the software that Quantlab used to make millions in high speed s... More...
   $0 (05-23-2015 - TX)

Jeffrey Bonkowski v. Oberg Industries, Inc.

Plaintiff Jeffrey Bonkowski appeals from the order of the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania granting the summary judgment motion filed by Defendant Oberg Industries, Inc. (“Oberg”) with respect to his claims under the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”). In this appeal, the Court must interpret a Department of Labor (“DOL”) regulation—which state... More...   $0 (05-22-2015 - PA)

In Re Memorial Herman Hospital System; Memorial Herman Physician Network; Michael Macris, M.D.; Michael Macris, M.D., P.A. and Keith Alexander

A decade ago, we observed: “While the medical privileges are important in promoting free discussion in the evaluation of health care professionals and health services, the right to evidence is also important, and therefore privileges must be strictly construed.”1 In this original proceeding—involving a heart surgeon who claims his former hospital retaliated against him for joining a competin... More...   $0 (05-22-2015 - TX)

Jun Ki Kim v. The True Church Members of the Holy Hill Community Chruch

Cross-defendants and appellants1 appeal from a judgment after a court trial in favor of cross-complainants and respondents.2 All claims but respondents’ claim for declaratory relief were dismissed before trial, and the court found in favor of respondents on that cause of action. In their timely appeal, appellants contend the trial court made three errors that warrant reversal. First, the court e... More...   $0 (05-21-2015 - CA)

Zaan, LLC v. Barry Sangani, Sangini Properties, LTD, Kathy Webster, et al

Appellant Zaan, LLC sued appellees Barry Sangani, Sangani Properties, Ltd., and Kathy Webster d/b/a Collin County Land Co. (Webster) alleging various claims related to its purchase of undeveloped real property. All claims against Sangani and its negligence claims against Sangani Properties were disposed of prior to trial. A jury then found against Zaan on all remaining claims. In fourteen issues, ... More...   $0 (05-20-2015 - TX)

Mikob Properties, Inc., Allan Klein, and Mitchell Kobernick v. David Joachim, International Realty Concepts, Inc., and H.S. Joachim Family Limited Partnership LTD.

This breach of contract case arises out of a settlement agreement negotiated by business
people who were represented by counsel. Appellants assert five issues that present three areas of
dispute: (i) whether the trial court erroneously dismissed appellants’ claim that the appellees
breached a settlement agreement by pursuing a lawsuit not mentioned in the settlement
agreement; (i... More...
   $0 (05-19-2015 - TX)

United States of America v. Darrell Lee Jenkins

PHOENIX, AZ – On Darrell Lee Jenkins, Jr., 35, of Tucson, Ariz., was sentenced by U.S. District Judge G. Murray Snow to 67 months’ imprisonment. Jenkins previously pleaded guilty to one count of robbery involving controlled substances and one count of interference with commerce by robbery (a Hobbs Act violation).

On March 13, 2014, Jenkins robbed a CVS pharmacy in Reno, N... More...
   $0 (05-19-2015 - AZ)

United States of America v. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

Boston, MA - The United States of America charged Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, age 21, with thirty felonies including three murder counts in conjunction with the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing that killed three and injured 264 others.

The defense team admitted that he committed the crimes but sought to minimized the punishment based on the Defendant's youth.

The following counts were filed b... More...
   $0 (05-16-2015 - MA)

Mark R. Mohan v. Orlando Health, Inc.

In this medical malpractice lawsuit, Marc Mohan and Rohini Budhu ("Plaintiffs")
appeal the final dismissal order entered by the trial court against them on all of their claims
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against Orlando Health, Inc. (Orlando Health). Determining that Plaintiffs' complaint
states cognizable causes of action against Orlando Health, we reverse.1
Plaintiffs filed a medical malpractice lawsu... More...
   $0 (05-15-2015 - FL)

Ralph D. Armstrong v. Karen D. Daily

Plaintiff Ralph Armstrong was imprisoned for 29 years for the rape and murder of Charise Kamps—a crime that he maintains he did not commit. His conviction was set aside in 2005, and in 2009 a Wisconsin state judge dismissed the charges entirely because the prose-cution had destroyed key exculpatory evidence, rendering a fair trial impossible. Armstrong then brought this civil suit
2 Nos. 13-... More...
   $0 (05-15-2015 - WI)

Marshall Edward Glover v. City of Tulsa

Tulsa, OK - Marshall Edward Glover sued the City of Tulsa on a governmental tort claim act negligence theory claiming:
1. Plaintiff is a resident of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
2. The events alleged herein occurred within Tulsa County, Oklahoma.
3. Defendant, City of Tulsa, Oklahoma is a political subdivision in Tulsa County, as defined by Title 51 O.S. § 151, et. seq, that has a police departme... More...
   $0 (05-14-2015 - OK)

Rowland Martin, Jr. v. Edward L. Bravenec and 1216 West Ave., Inc.

This is an accelerated appeal of two orders. The first order grants a temporary injunction, and the second order denies a motion to dismiss filed pursuant to the Texas Citizens Participation Act.1 We affirm both orders.
BACKGROUND
Appellee Edward L. Bravenec was a co-owner of a second lien on property located at 1216 West Avenue, San Antonio, Texas (the “Property”). In 2006, the owner ... More...
   $0 (05-13-2015 - TX)

ExxonMobil Pipeline Company, Robert W. Caudle and Ricky Stowe v. Travis G. Coleman

At issue in this interlocutory appeal is whether the Texas Citizens Participation Act applies to appellee Travis G. Coleman’s lawsuit against appellants — his former employer, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company, and supervisors, Robert W. Caudle and Ricky Stowe — arising out of internal, private communications about his job performance. The trial court concluded it did not and denied appellants’ ... More...   $0 (05-12-2015 - F)

Colleen C. Piccone v. John W. Bartels, Jr.

Following an encounter between the
parties, Defendant, a local police chief, called Plaintiffs'
employer to complain about their behavior during the incident.
Plaintiffs filed suit, alleging, inter alia, slander and
interference with advantageous business relations. The district
court granted summary judgment to Defendant on both counts. We
affirm.
I. Background
Col... More...
   $0 (05-12-2015 - MA)

United States of America v. Michael R. Walli; Megan Rice; Greg Boertje-Obed

In the dark of night on July 28, 2012, in Oak Ridge,
Tennessee, an 82 year-old nun and two Army veterans, ages 57 and 63, cut their way through
four layers of fences and reached a building where the Department of Energy stores enriched
uranium. There the trio spray-painted antiwar slogans, hung crime tape and banners with biblical
phrases, splashed blood, and sang hymns. When a sec... More...
   $0 (05-08-2015 - TN)

Endura Products Corp and Novastar LP v. David A. Altemus

This is an appeal from a summary judgment order entered in favor of
Appellee, David A. Altemus. We affirm.
In 2003, Endura Products Corp and Novastar LP entered into an agreement
with World Wide Web Productions (WWWP). Under the terms of the agreement,
WWWP agreed to create a computer software system for each of Appellants’
businesses. Wesley Groves, WWWP’s Senior Program A... More...
   $0 (05-07-2015 - TX)

Titia Brown v. Carrington Place of Tulsa, LLC d/b/a Sand Springs Nursing & Rehabilitation a/k/a Oakdale Manor and Traditions Senior Management, Inc.

Tulsa, OK - Titia Brown, Administrator of the Estate of Charlotte Brown and Charlotte Brown, Decesased, sued Carrington Place of Tulsa, LLC d/b/a Sand Springs Nursing & Rehabilitation a/k/a Oakdale Manor and Traditions Senior Management, Inc. on medical negligence (medical malpractice) theories claiming:

1. Plaintiff, Titia Brown, is a surviving child of Charlotte Brown, deceased, and Spe... More...
   $1 (05-07-2015 - OK)

Bobby Dolan v. Latshaw Drilling Company, LLC, Zachary Mathis and Denver Merryfield

Tulsa, OK - Bobby Dolan sued Latshaw Drilling Company, LLC, Zachary Mathis and Denver Merryfield on wrongful termination theories claiming:

j. Plaintiff is an individual who is a fbrmer employee of Defendant
2 Defendant is a. limited Hability cnpny doing business in Oktahon1, including Tulsa County.
.3. In September of 2014 Plaintiff was injured within the course an scope pfhis em... More...
   $0 (05-06-2015 - OK)

State Auto Property and Casualty Insurance Company v. Lori Hargis

This appeal presents two related issues: (1) whether
it was error for the district court to dismiss the claim asserted by the insurance company against
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No. 13-5020 State Auto Prop. & Cas. Ins. v. Hargis Page 2
its insured for “reverse bad faith” because it has not been recognized in Kentucky (or any other
jurisdiction); and (2) whether this court should certify the questi... More...
   $0 (05-06-2015 - KY)

United States of America v. Daniel L. Ushery, Jr.

During an August 14, 2013 rearraignment,
Daniel L. Ushery, Jr. pleaded guilty to the distribution of crack cocaine. He was not prepared to
plead guilty when the rearraignment first began. Instead of adjourning the rearraignment,
however, the district court oversaw a back-and-forth negotiation between the government’s
attorney and Ushery’s counsel concerning specific provisions ... More...
   $0 (05-06-2015 - KY)

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