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19-CV-1210 Jason Morris, et al v. Aurora Network Plan, et al

19-CV-1210 Jason Morris, et al v. Aurora Network Plan, et al

Anti-assignment clause of ERISA plan could not be read to allow assignment of benefits to health care providers but bar assignment of the right to sue to enforce right to benefits, because right to sue to enforce benefits under a plan arises from statute and attaches wherever a party has a valid entitlement to plan benefits.

07-CV-303 Burton v. American Cyanamid Co et al

07-CV-303 Burton v. American Cyanamid Co et al

Decision and Order re Motions for judgement as a Matter of Law

The court denied white lead carbonate manufacturer’s motion for judgment as a matter of law after finding that plaintiffs who were exposed to lead as children had stated a cognizable claim of negligence based on manufacture of an unreasonably dangerous product and had presented evidence sufficient to support that claim, among other issues.

18-CV-815 Turner v. Ferguson

18-CV-815 Turner v. Ferguson

Summary Judgement

The court granted summary judgment to Glendale police officers on the plaintiff’s class-of-one equal-protection claim after finding that the evidence in the record would not allow a reasonable jury to find that officers deprived her of evenhanded protection from loose dogs.

16-CV-0987 Edith Mae May v. Sara Christain 16-CV-1131 Edith Mae May v. Jason Jesky 16-CV-1150 Edith Mae May v. Ron Kellar 16-CV-1552 Edith Mae May v. Tightwad Magazine, et al 16-CV-1669 Edith Mae May v. Charles Brown, et al

16-CV-0987 Edith Mae May v. Sara Christain
16-CV-1131 Edith Mae May v. Jason Jesky
16-CV-1150 Edith Mae May v. Ron Kellar
16-CV-1552 Edith Mae May v. Tightwad Magazine, et al
16-CV-1669 Edith Mae May v. Charles Brown, et al

Filing Fee Motion

15-CV-1157 Eaton Corporation v. Westport Insurance Corporation et al

15-CV-1157 Eaton Corporation v. Westport Insurance Corporation et al

Real Party in Interest Motion

The court addressed the meaning of “real party in interest,” as that phrase is used in Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 17(a). The court concluded that Rule 17(a) generally does not apply to defendants. The court also concluded that to the extent Rule 17(a) applies to defendants, it does not require the defendant’s indemnitor to be substituted for the defendant as the real party in interest.

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