On May 4, 2002, Houston Police Department (“HPD”) Officer T. Burks was
dispatched to appellant’s residence “in reference to a possible family disturbance.”
At the scene, the complainant, appellant’s common-law wife, told Burks that
appellant had assaulted her, struck her several times, “grabbed her around the neck
and throat,” “choked her,” and “grabbed her by the hair and pul... More...
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Quarles v. Courtyard Gardens Health and Rehabilitation LLC
The record reflects that Bennie Jean Quarles, the decedent, was a resident of
Courtyard Gardens, a long-term-care facility in Arkadelphia, from June 2009 to March
2010, when she transferred to another nursing home. On June 4, 2010, Bennie Jean
purportedly executed a durable power of attorney in favor of her son, Kenny Quarles. On
January 27, 2011, Kenny, as “Power of Attorne... More...
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R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company v. Pamela Ciccone, etc.
This case involves a lawsuit filed in 2004 against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco
Company, by plaintiff Pamela Ciccone, as the personal representative of the estate
of her deceased husband, George Ciccone, a smoker from the age of eight who
died of lung cancer in 2002. After our Engle decision was issued, Ciccone
amended her complaint “to reflect her membership in the Engle class, alle... More...
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PHOENIX MANAGEMENT, INC. v. USA
On February 18, 2015, Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command (“Air Force”) issued solicitation FA-6606-15-R-0001 for the acquisition of Base Operating Services at Westover Air Reserve Base (“ARB”) in Chicopee, Massachusetts.1 AR 27-28. The successful offeror was to provide “all personnel, supervision, equipment, tools, materials, supplies, test equipment, and other items and services necessary” ... More...
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Q-2, L.L.C. v. Wayne Hughes, Sr.
¶1 We are asked to decide only one issue in this case: how and when does a party acquire title to property under the doctrine of boundary by acquiescence? Does title transfer by operation of law at the time the elements of boundary by acquiescence are met or by judicial decree at the time the trial court enters its order? This case arises out of a boundary dispute involving Wayne Hughes and Patric... More...
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Stacy Peltier v. State of North Dakota
In May 1993, under a plea agreement, Peltier pled guilty to eighteen burglary counts stemming from burglaries in eight North Dakota counties. The trial court accepted his pleas and sentenced him to five years for each count with the time to run concurrently. He did not file a direct appeal on that criminal case, and after serving his sentence, he was released in November 1996. He has since been c... More...
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Gerald A. Lechliter v. Del. Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Control, et al.
The Plaintiff filed his Verified Complaint on October 11, 2012. The
Complaint alleged seven counts against the Defendants: Count I alleges that DNREC
violated numerous statutes to illegally build the Turbine; Count II alleges that the
City violated statutes and zoning ordinances to illegally issue the Building Permit;
Counts III and IV allege violations of the Delaware Freedom... More...
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SUMMIT MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING CORPORATION v. USA
The Plaintiff in this case, Summit Multi-Family Housing Corporation (“SMHC”), is an Ohio not-for-profit corporation and a “public housing agency” (“PHA”) within the meaning of section 1437a(b)(6) of the United States Housing Act of 1937 (“Housing Act”), 42 U.S.C. §§ 1437–40. 2d Am. Compl. ¶ 3, ECF No. 16. Pursuant to that Act, the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”... More...
$0 (12-30-2015 - DC)
Avery Place, LLC, et al v. Highways, Inc.
Plaintiffs Bettye Vaden and Avery Place, LLC (collectively ―Avery‖),2 who were developing a residential subdivision in Putnam County, entered into a contract with Highways, Inc. (―Highways‖), a road contractor, in September 2003 to pave the roads in the subdivision for the total cost of $46,000. The paving was to be done in two phases, the first being a layer of base and b... More...
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Pennaco Energy, Inc. v. Kd Company Llc, a Wyoming Close Limited Liability Company
The ranch lands at issue in these cases are located in the Powder River Basin in Sheridan County and Johnson County, Wyoming. During the 1990s, Pennaco acquired interests in oil and gas leases for the mineral estate underlying the ranch lands. Pennaco then made contracts with the surface owners, who were predecessors of KD and Hollcroft. In those contracts, the surface owners granted Pennaco th... More...
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Gerald A. Lechliter v. Del. Department of Natural Resources, et al.
The Plaintiff here, Colonel Gerald A. Lechliter, is a resident of Lewes. His
home is situated on a quiet cul-de-sac, and his property abuts a parcel of land once
part of a planned, but never used, industrial park owned by the University of
Delaware. The land was acquired from the University by the State Department of
Natural Resources and Environmental Control (“DNREC”), and ... More...
$0 (12-01-2015 - DE)
Tania B. King v. Phoenix Residential Construction, LLC, Brad Boone, McGraw Davisson Stewart, LLC d/b/a McGraw Realtors, Sherri Sanders and Robert Curnutt
Tulsa, OK - Tania B. King sued Phoenix Residential Construction, LLC, Brad Boone, McGraw Davisson Stewart, LLC d/b/a McGraw Realtors, Sherri Sanders and Robert Curnutt on breach of contract, recission, fraud, negligence and other theories claiming:
For her claims against Defendants Phoenix Residential Construction, LLC (“Phoenix”) and Brad Boone (“Boone”), collectively (“Defendants”), Pla... More...
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Mary L. Rinnier v.Gracelawn Memorial Park Inc., et al
These are the facts as I find them after trial. The petitioner, Mary L. Rinnier
(―Ms. Rinnier‖), is the mother of Laura Bowdoin (―Mrs. Bowdoin‖). Mrs.
Bowdoin, who was married to the respondent, George Bowdoin (―Mr. Bowdoin‖),
died in Pasco County, Florida on June 19, 2008. Mr. and Mrs. Bowdoin had one
daughter, B., who was twelve at the t... More...
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Aaron Houseman and Nancy Houseman v. Eric S. Sagerman, et al.
In 1996, Nancy Houseman and her husband Aaron Houseman (together the
―Housemans‖) formed Med-Legal, Inc.,2 which they sold to Universata, Inc.
(―Universata,‖ or the ―Company‖) in 2006 for a seven-year stream of payments
totaling approximately $9 million.3 In 2009, after the Company had difficulty
making their payments, the Housemans and Uni... More...
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Rocio Esmeralda Mercado Soto Linch v. Ronald B. Linch
Rocio Linch was born in Mexico City, Mexico and is now a naturalized citizen of the United States. In 1991, Ms. Linch was living in Mexico City, working as lawyer, when she began exchanging letters with Ron Linch, who was a resident of Linch, Wyoming in Johnson County. In April 1993, after numerous meetings with Mr. Linch in Mexico and in the United States, Ms. Linch moved from Mexico and began... More...
$0 (11-12-2015 - WY)
Rocio Esmeralda Mercado Soto Linch v. Ronald B. Linch
Rocio Linch was born in Mexico City, Mexico and is now a naturalized citizen of the United States. In 1991, Ms. Linch was living in Mexico City, working as lawyer, when she began exchanging letters with Ron Linch, who was a resident of Linch, Wyoming in Johnson County. In April 1993, after numerous meetings with Mr. Linch in Mexico and in the United States, Ms. Linch moved from Mexico and began ... More...
$0 (11-10-2015 - WY)
McGINNITY v. KIRK
This is an appeal from a judgment entered after a non-jury trial in a mortgage foreclosure proceeding. We hold the value of the property exceeded the amount due on the mortgage and no waste was present, but the district court's finding that the Kirks breached the contract for deed is not against the clear weight of the evidence on the McGinnitys' claims of failure to maintain insurance and failure... More...
$0 (11-09-2015 - OK)
Jerome Cha v. 357 Incorporated d/b/a Reco Enterprises ADBA Reco Construction Co., et al.
Tulsa, OK - Jerome Cha sued 357 Incorporated d/b/a Reco Enterprises ADBA Reco Construction Co.,Phillips Slaughter Rose, Inc., Paul M. Rose, Danny R. Mitchell Architect, P.C., Danny R. Mitchell, Tulsa Tie Scaping, Inc.,Belongia Consultants, Inc., David L. Belongia, Chandler Materials Company, Bill Martin, Bebee Engineering and Ron Bebee on breach of contract, professional negligence, breach of impl... More...
$0 (10-29-2015 - OK)
Finger Lakes Capital Partners, LLC v. Honeoye Lake Acquisition, LLC, et al
Plaintiff Finger Lakes Capital Partners, LLC (“Finger Lakes”) is a small and
struggling asset management firm. Over the course of a decade, Finger Lakes sponsored
investments in five portfolio companies. Each time, Finger Lakes formed a different
Delaware limited liability company as a special purpose vehicle for the investment.
Non-party Lyrical Partners, L.P. (“Lyrical”) is a... More...
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Martin v. Med-Dev Corporation and Finley
This case involves a dispute over the management of a medical device company.
Members of the company‟s board of directors accused the Chairman and CEO—the
plaintiff in this action—of misappropriating company funds, leading to his eventual
resignation. Although the plaintiff believed his resignation was contingent on the
appointment of two investors to the company‟... More...
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In re Genelux Corporation
Plaintiff Genelux Corporation (the ―Company‖) is a privately held, clinical stage
biopharmaceutical company incorporated in Delaware and headquartered in San Diego,
California, with additional operations in Germany. Intervenor, Dr. Aladar Szalay, along
with Dr. Douglas Will and Dr. John Thomas (together, the ―Founders‖), founded Genelux
around 2001. In... More...
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Jerry Weaks and Joyce Weaks v. Kathleen Jeanette White
On June 5, 2002, the Weakses, as sellers, and White, as purchaser, executed a document entitled “Contract for Deed” pursuant to which White agreed to make a down payment and monthly installments for ten years to purchase a small tract of land and a mobile home. White did not make a payment in December 2011, January 2012, or February 2012. In February 2012, the Weakses demanded that she pay the amo... More...
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Roger M. Wheeler, Jr. v. Crest Resources, Inc.
Tulsa, OK - Roger M. Wheeler, Jr., Singer Bros., L.L.C., HW Allen Co., Holarud 792, L.L.C., Lafapar Energy, LLC, Wheeler Phoenix, Inc. sued Crest Resources, Inc., Glenn Hudgens, Crest Resources 2010, L.L.C and Crest Energy, Ltd. on breach of fiduciary duty, constructive fraud and fraud and deceit theories.
1. Plaintiff Roger M. Wheeler, Jr. (“Wheeler”), is an individual who resides in Tul... More...
$0 (10-19-2015 - OK)
Microsoft Corporation v. Patent Revue Partners, et al.
Plaintiff, Microsoft Corporation (“Microsoft”), is a Washington corporation with
its principal place of business at One Microsoft Way, Redmond, Washington. Microsoft
continuously has owned Series F Preferred Stock in Nominal Defendant Vadem Ltd.
since 1999. Nominal Defendant Vadem, Ltd. (“Vadem,” “Vadem BVI,” or the “Company”) is
a privately held international business compan... More...