Unfortunately this case involving Boeing doesn’t involve B-17s. But no case has everything.
12 motions for summary judgment – 11 granted in part, and one denied in toto, with some observations on how to avoid chaos at the SJ stage.
No, this is isn’t the right Sherman courthouse, but let’s look at a different building for a change as we ponder late-filed SJ evidence.
Orders denying relief are sometimes more informative than orders granting them. This order denying removal of a trustee but noting an “interesting argument” is a good example.
In this case, eleven motions to dismiss. (But isn’t Kenneth Branagh a handsome, handsome man?)
How to serve a foreign defendant by mail from the clerk’s office. When you need to know if you can do this, you really need to know.
This is a Fair Labor Standards Act case, in which the plaintiff alleged that the defendant should have paid managers overtime compensation.
After reviewing the Defendant’s FRCP 59(e) motion, the Court agreed that its Findings of Fact and Conclusion of Law should be amended, but that the change didn’t disturb the result of the final judgment.
In this procedurally complex case, the defendant asked for a stay pending two related cases, and got it as to one.
Some time back I posted about this very interesting gym locker dispute. Following