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HEYDE COMPANIES INC v. DOVE HEALTHCARE LLC FindLaw

Details: Heyde Companies, Inc. v. Dove Healthcare, LLC, 2001 WI App 278, 249 Wis.2d 32, 637 N.W.2d 437. 2. All references to the Wisconsin Statutes are to the 1999-2000 version unless otherwise indicated.103.465 Restrictive covenants in employment contracts.

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ALLIED-BRUCE TERMINIX COMPANIES, INC. v. DOBSON …

Details: ALLIED-BRUCE TERMINIX COMPANIES, INC. v. DOBSON(1995) No. 93-1001 Argued: October 4, 1994 Decided: January 18, 1995. The termite prevention contract between petitioner exterminators and respondent Gwin, a homeowner, specified that any controversy thereunder would be settled exclusively by arbitration.

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PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY v. FEDERAL ENERGY

Details: The local distribution companies and the New Mexico appellants rely principally on language in Northern Natural Gas Co. v. FERC, 929 F.2d 1261, 1269 (8th Cir.), cert. denied, 502 U.S. 856, 112 S.Ct. 169, 116 L.Ed.2d 132 (1991). The Northern Natural court held that FERC may regulate gathering facilities owned by natural gas companies in spite of

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YOUNGSTOWN CO. v. SAWYER FindLaw

Details: The steel companies sued the Secretary in Federal District Court, praying for a declaratory judgment and injunctive relief. The District Court issued a preliminary injunction, which the Court of Appeals stayed. Held: 1. Although this case has proceeded no further than the preliminary injunction stage, it is ripe for determination of the

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FUTURESELECT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT INC II LLC LP IIW LLC v

Details: FutureSelect believes that these companies exerted sufficient direct control over Tremont that the subsidiary's liability should be imputed to the parent companies. Further, FutureSelect alleges that both MassMutual and Oppenheimer stood to gain profit from Tremont's relationship with Madoff and were complicit in the misrepresentations made to

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UPJOHN CO. v. UNITED STATES FindLaw

Details: The letter [449 U.S. 383, 387] began by noting recent disclosures that several American companies made "possibly illegal" payments to foreign government officials and emphasized that the management needed full information concerning any such payments made by Upjohn. The letter indicated that the Chairman had asked Thomas, identified as "the

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WOODS v. KITTITAS COUNTY LLC LLC LLC CLE LLC FindLaw

Details: ¶ 1 In January 2004, three landowner-companies applied for a rezone of approximately 252 acres in Kittitas County from forest and range (allowing one dwelling per 20 acres) to rural-3 (allowing one dwelling per 3 acres). The Kittitas County board of commissioners approved the rezone and adopted Ordinance 2004-15 to implement it.

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GRAHAM v. JOHN DEERE CO. FindLaw

Details: Graham and his companies manufactured and sold the '811 clamps. In 1950, Graham modified the '811 structure and filed for a patent. That patent, the one in issue, was granted in 1953. This suit against competing plow manufacturers resulted from charges by petitioners that several of respondents' devices infringed the '798 patent.

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UNIVERSAL HOLDINGS II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP v. ASSOCIATES

Details: Court of Appeals of Washington,Division 1. UNIVERSAL HOLDINGS II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, a Washington limited partnership, and Cosmos International Corp., a Washington corporation, as its sole general partner, Appellants, v.

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RUSSELL v. 10 XI XX FindLaw

Details: Court of Appeals of Washington,Division 1. Robert RUSSELL, an individual, Respondent, v. Debra Lynn MAAS, Appellant, Does 1 through 10; Roe Companies XI through XX, Defendants.

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BASIC INC. v. LEVINSON FindLaw

Details: For purposes of accepting the presumption of reliance in this case, we need only believe that market professionals generally consider most publicly announced material statements about companies, thereby affecting stock market prices. [ Footnote 25 ] See, e. g., Peil v. Speiser, 806 F.2d 1154, 1161 (CA3 1986); Harris v.

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WHITMAN v. AMERICAN TRUCKING ASSNS., INC. FindLaw

Details: American Trucking Associations, Inc., and its co-respondents in No. 99-1257--which include, in addition to other private companies, the States of Michigan, Ohio, and West Virginia--challenged the new standards in the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, pursuant to 42 U. S. C. §7607(b)(1).

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JONES v. LOWE COMPANIES INC FindLaw

Details: In theory, the majority's premise allows companies to use vague terms like “mentor-mentee relationship” to cover up race discrimination. I am deeply troubled that a panel of this Court, as a matter of law, is willing to state that an existing mentoring relationship precludes race from being a but-for cause for termination.

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UNITED STATES v. VON'S GROCERY CO. FindLaw

Details: Held: The merger of two of the largest and most successful retail grocery companies in a market area characterized by a steady decline, before and after the merger, in the number of small grocery companies, combined with significant absorption of small firms by larger ones, is a violation of 7 of the Clayton Act. Pp. 274-279.

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BOYER v. STRIC LAN COMPANIES CORP FindLaw

Details: Factual and Procedural Background. According to the record, Ronald J. Landry owned interests in Stric-Lan Companies Corporation and Stric-Lan Properties, LLC prior to his death in November 2002. He left four heirs, Alice Landry Boyer, Cheryl Landry Kokkinis, Gary Landry, and Karen Landry Oertling. Ms.

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TRUGREEN COMPANIES v. MOWER BROTHERS INC FindLaw

Details: BACKGROUND. ¶ 3 TruGreen and Mower Brothers are competing lawn care companies operating in Utah. The underlying litigation originated when one of the defendants, Ryan Mantz, resigned from TruGreen and within a few weeks began working for Mower Brothers. Other TruGreen employees followed Mr. Mantz.

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BAREFIELD v. DPIC COMPANIES INC FindLaw

Details: Barefield then retained another law firm to represent him in a legal malpractice claim against Attorney A, and in April 1999 Mr. Barefield's new attorneys informed Attorney A's malpractice insurer, defendant DPIC Companies, Inc. (“DPIC”), of the legal malpractice claim. DPIC then retained a defense attorney, “Attorney S,” to represent

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NATIONAL FARMERS UNION INS. COS. v. CROW TRIBE FindLaw

Details: A member of the Crow Tribe of Indians filed suit against the Lodge Grass School District No. 27 (School District) in the Crow Tribal Court and obtained a default judgment. Thereafter, the School District and its insurer, National Farmers Union Insurance Companies (National), commenced this litigation in the District Court for the District of

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JESUS FLORES v. ENTERPRISE RENT CAR COMPANY FindLaw

Details: Many major car rental companies routinely use electronic driver's history checks, according to plaintiffs, and defendants' failure to do so constitutes a failure to use reasonable care. We conclude, however, that the holding of Osborn remains an accurate statement of the law, despite the advent of electronic driver's history checks.

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CRYSTAL GRIMSLEY v. THE MANITOWOC COMPANY INC …

Details: According to the Complaint, the entities named as defendants form a chain of ownership: Grove is owned by Manitowoc Cranes, LLC, which is owned by Manitowoc Crane Companies, LLC, which is owned by The Manitowoc Company, Inc. 2. The District Court had jurisdiction pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1332.

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HESTER v. FRIEDKIN COMPANIES INC FindLaw

Details: She also sued Friedkin Companies, Inc. (“Friedkin Companies”), Gulf States Toyota, Inc. (“Gulf States Toyota”), Gulf States Financial Services, Inc. (“Gulf States Financial”), and Gulf States Marketing, an assumed name of Friedkin Companies, Inc., asserting a quantum meruit claim against them.

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IN RE: ANDREW CAROTHERS FindLaw

Details: In this manner, the actual profits did not go to the nominal owners but were channeled to the non-physicians who owned the management companies” (Mallela, 4 N.Y.3d at 319-320, 794 N.Y.S.2d 700, 827 N.E.2d 758).

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VONS COMPANIES INC v. SEABEST FOODS INC FindLaw

Details: The Vons Companies, Inc. (Vons) processed the hamburger patties involved in the outbreak at its facility in El Monte, California. The E. coli outbreak led to numerous personal injury lawsuits against Vons. In a cross-complaint, Vons sought damages and indemnification from numerous entities including certain Jack–in–the–Box franchisees

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FORD MOTOR CO. v. UNITED STATES FindLaw

Details: This witness predicted that the mass merchandisers would increase their share of the aftermarket from 4.4% to 10% by 1980. He further predicted that oil companies would enter the replacement market, resulting in a total of 17% of the replacement …

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IN RE: WINTZ COMPANIES FindLaw

Details: Wintz Companies held fee interests in two Minnesota properties: a warehouse and nine hole golf course located at 13500 South Robert Trail in Rosemount and a warehouse at 2500 Walnut Street in Roseville. It also had a long term leasehold interest in a truck terminal that served as its primary place of business at 2323 Terminal Road in Roseville.

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WYVILL v. UNITED COMPANIES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY …

Details: J.R. Ridgley Wyvill began employment with United Companies Life Insurance Company (the “Life Company”), a subsidiary of United Companies, in 1978. From 1980 until his dismissal in February 1993, Wyvill managed the credit life department in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He was supervised by Lindsay Seals, an executive vice-president of the Life

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TRIBECA COMPANIES LLC v. FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE

Details: Plaintiff Tribeca Companies, LLC (Tribeca) appeals from the judgment of the trial court in favor of defendant First American Title Insurance Company (First American). Tribeca initiated this lawsuit after First American refunded a $1 million deposit to a real estate investor out of an escrow account that Tribeca had opened.

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US v. TERMINAL RAILROAD ASS'N OF ST. LOUIS FindLaw

Details: It is a corporation of the state of Missouri, and was organized under an agreement made in 1889 between Mr. Jay Gould and a number of the defendant railroad companies for the express purpose of acquiring the properties of several independent terminal companies at St. Louis, with a view to combining and operating them as a unitary system.

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SMALL v. FRITZ COMPANIES INC FindLaw

Details: Stockholder Harvey Greenfield filed this action in 1996 against Fritz Companies, Inc., a corporation, and against three officers: Lynn Fritz, the company president, chairman of the board, and owner of 39 percent of the common stock; John Johung, the chief financial officer and a director; and Stephen Mattessich, the corporate controller and a

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HYPERDYNAMICS CORPORATION v. SOUTHRIDGE CAPITAL …

Details: Hyperdynamics also identified at least 35 other companies which Hyperdynamics claims one or more of the Canouse Defendants, one or more of the Hicks Defendants, one or more of the Sims Defendants, and one or more of the Valentine Defendants invested, and claims that they each involved toxic convertible financing.

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DETERESA v. AMERICAN BROADCASTING COMPANIES INC FindLaw

Details: On June 19, 1994, Anthony Radziwill, a producer for American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. (“ABC”), came to the door of Deteresa's condominium in Irvine, California. Radziwill told Deteresa that he worked for ABC and wanted to speak with her about appearing on a television show to discuss the flight.

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BIRTH CENTER v. Appeal of The St. Paul Companies, Inc

Details: The Birth Center v. St. Paul Companies Inc., 727 A.2d 1144 (1999). 8. Accordingly, the charge, in Birth Center's bad faith action against St. Paul, specifically authorized the jury to award compensatory damages based upon the breach of contract claim. If the judge did not want to charge the jury with regard to the possibility for a breach of

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INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE CO v. PEOPLE OF STATE OF NEW YORK

Details: The Bridge Company originally was incorporated by a special charter from the State of New York. Laws of 1857, c. 753. As the bridge was to cross the Niagara River from Buffalo to Canada, a similar corporation was created under the laws of Canada, 20 Vict. c. 227, and subsequently the two corporations were consolidated, pursuant to Laws of New

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FMC CORPORATION v. PLAISTED AND COMPANIES FindLaw

Details: FMC sought to distinguish Cooper Companies and A.C. Label, but conceded that, although it disagreed with Armstrong World Industries, the trial court would be obliged under Armstrong World Industries to dismiss FMC's coverage claims as to Ekotek, Delaware Sand & Gravel, and Global Landfill.

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ALEXANDER v. LOWES COMPANIES FindLaw

Details: The petition initially improperly named defendant Lowe's Company. Also, plaintiffs voluntarily dismissed Crawford and Company Insurance Companies as a defendant, prior to suit. 3. Kidd v. Logan M. Killen, Inc., 93-1322, p. 3 (La.App. 1st Cir. 5/20/94), 640 So.2d 616, 618. 4. Louisiana Code of Civil Procedure article 966(B) provides:The motion

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ARNOLD v. UNITED COMPANIES LENDING CORPORATION FindLaw

Details: In the action before the circuit court, the plaintiffs, Orville Arnold and Maxine Arnold, seek declaratory and other relief against the defendants, United Companies Lending Corporation (hereinafter “United Lending”) and Michael Searls. The Arnolds contend that an arbitration agreement, which they signed as part of a loan transaction, is

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NEVADA CONTRACT SERVICES INC v. SQUIRREL COMPANIES INC

Details: The liquor-dispensing system consisted of two component systems: (1) a liquor-dispensing system called “EasyBar” manufactured by Beverage Management Systems, Inc. (BMS), and (2) a point-of-sale cash management system …

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BOWERS v. RAYMOND LUCIA COMPANIES INC FindLaw

Details: The mediator shall then be empowered to set the amount of the judgment in favor of Plaintiffs against Raymond J. Lucia Companies, Inc. by choosing either Plaintiffs' demand or Defendants' offer, such binding mediator judgment to then be entered as a legally enforceable judgment in San Diego Superior Court without objection of any Party.”

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PUSUSTA v. STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES FindLaw

Details: OPINION. In mandatory arbitration, respondent Mariah Pususta sought no-fault medical expense benefits from her insurance carrier, appellant State Farm Insurance Companies (State Farm), for injuries she sustained in an automobile accident on December 6, 1997. We are asked to review the no-fault arbitrator's legal conclusion, upheld by the

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BAIZE v. EASTRIDGE COMPANIES FindLaw

Details: Defendant The Eastman Companies, LLC (“TEC”) is wholly owned by Susan Eastridge and her husband. TEC's focus was on the development of so-called public/private projects, especially in the field of education. In July 2001, TEC hired

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MORADI SHALAL v. FIREMAN FUND INSURANCE COMPANIES …

Details: The court, however, also recognized “the equal if not greater possibility of abuse by insurance companies who might entice a settlement by unfair practices, then seek to hide behind the cloak of that settlement.” (Id., at p. 56, 190 Cal.Rptr. 705.) This danger of abuse is present whether or not there is a reservation of rights to proceed

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CERULEAN COMPANIES INC v. TILLER FindLaw

Details: In 1995 Blue Cross sought to convert from a nonprofit corporation to a for-profit corporation pursuant to OCGA § 33-20-34. As part of the conversion process Blue Cross created Cerulean Companies, Inc. as its parent company and developed the Plan for approval by the insurance commissioner.

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STATE v. ALABAMA MUNICIPAL INSURANCE CORPORATION …

Details: Eight insurance companies contend that §§ 27-4A-3(a)(3)d.1. and d.2., Ala.Code 1975, which create tax credits that result in a reduction of the insurance premium tax, are discriminatory when applied and that they, therefore, violate §§ 1 and 35 of the Alabama Constitution of 1901 and/or the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth

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AMERICAN BROADCASTING COS., INC., ET AL. v. AEREO, INC

Details: 22. At the time of our Teleprompter decision, cable companies "perform[ed] the same functions as 'broadcasters' by deliberately selecting and importing distant signals, originating programs, [and] selling commercials," id., at 20, thus making them curators of content--more akin to video-on-demand services than copy shops. So far as the record

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SANDERS v. AMERICAN BROADCASTING COMPANIES INC FindLaw

Details: Stacy Lescht, an American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. (ABC) reporter, answered an employment ad for a business providing telephone psychic advice to callers for $3.95 per minute. Despite her professed lack of relevant experience or training, the business hired Lescht as a “tele-psychic.”. Lescht secretly video-taped the business

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NATIONAL FARMERS UNION INS. COMPANIES v. CROW TRIBE OF

Details: The District Court relied on our [468 U.S. 1315 , 1317] decision in Montana v. United States, 450 U.S. 544 , 565-566, 1258-1259 (1981), in reaching this conclusion. The Tribe appealed to the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and that court reversed over a partial dissent. 736 F.2d 1320, 1322 (1984). The Court of Appeals reasoned on the

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VONS COMPANIES INC v. UNITED STATES FIRE INSURANCE …

Details: On April 20, 1992, Danny McKernan was seriously injured after he was struck by a pallet jack being operated by an employee of plaintiff and respondent The Vons Companies, Inc. (Vons). The accident occurred outside a Vons store in the common area of a shopping center owned by Vons's landlord, Longs Drug Stores (Longs).

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COOPER COMPANIES INC v. TRANSCONTINENTAL INSURANCE …

Details: This is an appeal from a declaratory judgment entered in favor of the insurer, respondent Transcontinental Insurance Co. (Transcontinental), and against the insured, appellant The Cooper Companies. The trial court held that two liability insurance policies issued to Cooper Laboratories (Cooper Labs), and its wholly-owned subsidiary

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