Judge to decide if Snopek missed deadline with St. Dominic lawsuit
by Associated Press
Published: August 13,2012
MADISON — A judge says he will decide this week whether a former professional baseball player missed a three-year deadline to file a lawsuit against St. Dominic Health Services in a legal dispute over a Madison athletic facility project.
The Clarion-Ledger reports today if Hinds County Circuit Judge Bill Gowan rules the statute of limitation expired prior to Chris Snopek filing his lawsuit in November, it could be dismissed.
Snopek, owner of Performance Sports Academy, alleges in a lawsuit that he thought he had an agreement with St. Dominic but said the hospital took his idea and partnered with someone else.
Last Friday, St. Dominic attorneys argued that Snopek didn’t have the money to buy the land for the project.
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