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Summary: 181 F. Supp. Industries, Inc.'s ("King Bros.") unopposed motion to transfer this action to the United States District Court for the Central District of California, Western Division, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1404(a).

Summary: 631 F. Supp. To determine the moment at which the cause of action arises under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, we look at federal law, United Klans of America v. McGovern, 621 F.2d 152 (5th Cir.1980); Kaiser v. Cahn, 510 F.2d 282 (2nd Cir.1974), but to determine the applicable period of limitation and whether it has been tolled or not, we look to the law of Puerto Rico. Wise v. Bravo, 666 F.2d 1328 (10th Cir.1981); Arruda v. Berman, 522 F. Supp.

Summary: 707 F. Supp. Leslie Paul Machado, Robert F. Reklaitis, Nixon Peabody LLP, Washington, DC, Eglee W. Perez-Rodriguez, Telecommunications Regulatory Board of Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR, for Defendant. In these consolidated cases, which arise under the Telecommunications Act of 1996 (the "Telecommunications Act" or "Act"), 47 U.S.C. § 251 et seq., the court is asked to review numerous decisions made by the Telecommunications Regulatory Board of Puerto Rico (the "Board" or "TRB") approving or more.

Summary: 987 F. Supp. See Abbott v. Bragdon, 882 F. Supp. Ocaso v. Puerto Rico Maritime Shipping Authority, 915 F. Supp. See also Prime Retail, L.P. v. Caribbean Airport Facilities, Inc., 975 F. Supp. See Padilla de Higginbotham v. Worth Publishers, Inc., 820 F. Supp.

Summary: 912 F. Supp. *20 Juan F. Matos-de-Juan, Matos Bonet & Matos-de-Juan, San Juan, PR, for Marcelina Santiago Rolón. Jose J. Santiago-Melendez, Juan Carlos Benitez-Colon, Fiddler, Gonzalez & Rodriguez, San Juan, PR, for Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. Hector F. Oliveras-Delgado, Pinto-Lugo & Rivera, San Juan, PR, for American International Life Insurance Company of Puerto Rico. Before the Court is co-Defendant Chase Manhattan Bank's ("Chase") motion for summary judgment on the grounds that: (1) more.

Summary: 862 F. Supp. 692 (1994) TEXACO PUERTO RICO, INC.; The Shell Company (Puerto Rico) Ltd.; and Esso Standard Oil Co. (P.R.), Plaintiffs, v. Guillermo MOJICA MALDONADO, personally and in his official capacity as Secretary of the Department of Consumer Affairs of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Defendant. Before the court is the request of the Puerto Rico Department of Consumer Affairs (DACO), requesting restitution from three gasoline wholesalers based on profits accrued during the pendency of an more.

Summary: 31 F. Supp. Alvarez-Fonseca v. Pepsi Cola of Puerto Rico Bottling Co., 152 F.3d 17, 23 (1st Cir.1998); Correa v. Hospital San Francisco, 69 F.3d 1184, 1188 (1st Cir. Ansin v. River Oaks Furniture, Inc. 105 F.3d 745, 749 (1st Cir.1997), cert. 2d 31 (1997). See, Katz v. City Metal Co., 87 F.3d 26, 28 (1st Cir.1996); Sanchez v. Puerto Rico Oil Company, 37 F.3d 712, 716 (1st Cir.1994). E.g. Railroad Dynamics, Inc. v. A. Stucki Co., 727 F.2d 1506, 1514 (Fed.Cir.1984), cert. The Patent The more.

Summary: 640 F. Supp. 474 (1986) ISLA PETROLEUM CORPORATION and Gasolinas De Puerto Rico Corporation, Plaintiffs, v. DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS and Pedro Ortiz Alvarez, Secretary of the Department of Consumer Affairs, Defendants. PHILLIPS PUERTO RICO CORE, INC., Plaintiff, v. Pedro ORTIZ ALVAREZ, Secretary of the Department of Consumer Affairs, Defendant. TEXACO PUERTO RICO, INC., Plaintiff, v. Pedro ORTIZ ALVAREZ, in his official capacity as Secretary of the Department of Consumer Affairs and/or more.

Summary: 456 F. Supp. Thereafter, on January 24, 1978, after exhausting the administrative remedies, plaintiff filed an amended complaint alleging in essence that all of the documents and/or information withheld from plaintiff and as to which defendants claimed exemption under the Act, were withheld arbitrarily and capriciously and without lawful reason. I. DEFENDANTS' MOTION TO DISMISS Defendants have moved to dismiss the instant action pursuant to Rule 12 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure as more.

Summary: (2008) Gregory MUŅIZ-CORDERO, et al., Plaintiffs v. William BARRETO-TIRADO, et al., Defendants. Since plaintiffs did not provide any evidence to dispute ownership of the truck, the magistrate judge's report and recommendation focused on whether "defendants can avail themselves of the protection of the corporate veil as addressed in plaintiffs opposition to motion for summary judgment." Libby v. Marshall, 833 F.2d 402, 407 (1st Cir.1987) (citing United States v. Sorren, 605 F.2d at 1213.)

Summary: 424 F. Supp. Before the Court are Plaintiffs Royal Siam Corporation and Surasak Srisang's motion for declaratory judgment[1] and Defendants Department of Homeland Security ("DHS"); United States Citizenship and Immigration Services ("USCIS"); Robert P. Wiemann, Director of the USCIS Administrative Appeals Office ("AAO"); and Paul E. Novack, Director of the Vermont Service Center's motion for summary judgment.Plaintiffs contend that Defendant United States Citizenship and Immigration Services' (" more.

Summary: 491 F. Supp. 2d 205 (2006) Gilberto Alicea ROBLES, as a member of the International Longshormen Association (ILA), Local 1575 AFL-CIO with a retired member status, Plaintiff, v. INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN ASSOCIATION AFL-CIO (ILA), and John Baker, as trustee appointed by the ILA International over the Local Union 1575, Defendants. 29 U.S.C. § 411(a)(1); see also Crowley, 467 U.S. at 536-37, 104 S. Ct. 2557; Molina v. Union De Trabajadores De Muelles, 762 F.2d 166, 167 (1st Cir.1985); Local 1575, more.

Summary: 552 F. Supp. 56(c); See also Santiago-Ramos v. Centennial P.R. Wireless Corp., 217 F.3d 46, 52 (1st Cir.2000). See Suarez v. Pueblo Int'l, Inc., 229 F.3d 49 (1st Cir.2000). See Mercado Garcia v. Ponce Federal Bank F.S.B., 779 F. Supp.

Summary: 740 F. Supp. Defendant's motion argues that: (1) plaintiff's claim is barred by sovereign immunity; and (2) although plaintiff cites to the Federal Tort Claims Act ("FTCA"), 28 U.S.C. § 1346, and the Administrative Procedure Act ("APA"), 5 U.S.C. § 702, neither provide a waiver of sovereign immunity for plaintiff's claim sufficient to establish subject matter jurisdiction. On June 6, 2010, plaintiff filed an opposition to the motion to dismiss, largely ignoring defendant's arguments regarding more.

Summary: 343 F. Supp. 884 (1972) Raymond J. COMPTON, Regional Director of the Twenty-fourth Region of the National Labor Relations Board, For and On Behalf of the NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, Plaintiffs, v. PUERTO RICO NEWSPAPER GUILD, LOCAL 225, Defendants. On February 11, 1972, El Mundo, Inc. (hereinafter at times called the Company) pursuant to provisions of the Act, filed a charge with the Board alleging that respondents Puerto Rico Newspaper Guild Local 225, affiliated with The Newspaper Guild, more.

Summary: 35 F. Supp. Island Insteel Construction, Inc., Peter W. Clark, Peter W. Clark Family Trust and Alan R. Feuerstein, Plaintiffs, v. Darrin WATERS, Tammy Waters, Tammy Most, Panels Inc. and Concrete Panels Construction, Inc., Pavillions and Pools, Inc., Unknown Defendants A-Z, Defendants. Branch Metal Processing, Inc. v. Boston Edison Co., 952 F. Supp. Woodke v. Dahm, 873 F. Supp. of Puerto Rico v. S.S. Zoe Colocotroni, 628 F.2d 652, 657 (1st Cir.1980), Fash Obalco, Inc. v. M.K.M. Industries, Inc., more.

Summary: 394 F. Supp. See Alternative Energy, Inc. v. St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company, 267 F.3d 30, 33 (1st Cir.2001). In sum, the Court's focus should always be on "whether a liberal reading of [the complaint] can reasonably admit of a claim...." Id.; see also Rogan v. Menino, 175 F.3d 75 (1st Cir.1999).

Summary: 939 F. Supp. At state level, Defendant is facing charges and pending trial for offenses which involve: four murders, and several violations of the P.R. Weapons Law, which apparently arise from the same/similar set of facts" The Court is required to make a de novo review of the contested Detention Order, U.S. v. Tortora, 922 F.2d 880, 883, n. 4 (1st Cir.1990). Because Defendant has been indicted by a Grand Jury of carjacking under 18 U.S.C. § 2119(3) wherein a death occurred, and which more.