Posts Tagged ‘sue’

City, grocer ask to be dropped from Kmart flood lawsuit

by Associated Press Published: November 15,2012

Tags: city, court, disaster, flood, flooding, government, grocer, grocery, judge, judicail, judiciary, justice, law, lawsuit, legal, municipal, municipality, rain, retail, sue, suing, Weather

CORINTH — The city of Corinth and the Kroger Company have asked a federal judge to dismiss them as defendants in a lawsuit over 2010 flooding at the Kmart in Corinth. Kmart Corporation is seeking compensation for flood damage at the Fulton Crossing location, the store’s closure for about 10 months and flood prevention efforts […] [...]

Judge dismisses claims against CEO in Wesley lawsuit

HATTIESBURG — Wesley Medical Center’s lawsuit over patient choice now has one less defendant after a federal judge dismissed claims against AAA Ambulance’s CEO. Wesley had sued AAA, its CEO Wade Spruill and Forrest General Hospital in April. Both hospitals are in Hattiesburg. The Hattiesburg American reports U.S. District Judge Keith Starrett ruled Wesley’s lawsuit […] [...]

Doctor accused of failed murder scheme sues would-be victim

by Associated Press Published: August 7,2012

Tags: attorney, bench, countersuit, courts, crime, criminal, doctor, judge, judicial, law, lawsuit, lawyer, murder, murder-for-hire, physician, sue

GREENWOOD — A Mississippi doctor charged with plotting to kill his ex-wife’s divorce lawyer has filed a countersuit to a lawsuit filed by the attorney. Dr. Arnold Smith alleges in his countersuit that Greenwood attorney Lee Abraham secretly schemed with others to cause him “severe mental and emotional distress.” The Greenwood Commonwealth reports the countersuit […] [...]

County suing wood pellet company for breach of contract

MAGNOLIA — An Aug. 13 trial date has been set in U.S. District Court in Jackson in a breach-of-contract lawsuit by Pike County against a wood pellet company that never built a promised mill. The Enterprise-Journal reports Indeck Energy Services of Buffalo Grove, Ill., bought land from Pike County in 2008 with plans to build […] [...]

City settles federal lawsuit with Marie: Psychic Reader

HATTIESBURG — The city of Hattiesburg has settled a federal lawsuit filed by a couple who closed their business — “Marie: Psychic Reader” — because of a ban that the city later overturned. Court reporters’ records show the city agreed to pay $7,500 to Tommy and Marie Costello, who sued last August, the Hattiesburg American […] [...]

Snopek suing St. Dominic over plans for new sports complex

MADISON — St. Dominic Health Services is preparing to start construction on a sports complex in Madison as it deals with a legal dispute involving a former partner. Chris Snopek, owner of Performance Sports Academy, alleges in a lawsuit that he shared his confidential thoughts, preliminary design and plans with St. Dominic over a project […] [...]

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