Court Case Record BRIAN MILLS & another vs. SEYFARTH SHAW LLP & others 2011-J-0319

BRIAN MILLS & another vs. SEYFARTH SHAW LLP & others Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2011-J-0319

Case Number2011-J-0319
Case TitleBRIAN MILLS & another vs. SEYFARTH SHAW LLP & others
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CourtNorfolk Superior Court
Court Address
Field Date07/22/2011
Close Date08/23/2011


Thomas S. Fitzpatrick, EsquireBrian MillsPlaintiff/Respondent
Thomas S. Fitzpatrick, EsquireDonna MillsPlaintiff/Respondent
Robert J. Muldoon, Jr., EsquireSeyfarth Shaw LLPDefendant/Respondent
George A. Berman, EsquireJohn E. Rogers EsqDefendant/Respondent
Michael D. Hartigan, EsquireMichael D. Hartigan EsqDefendant/Respondent
Christine A. Knipper, EsquireJohn D'AmbrosioDefendant/Petitioner
Christine A. Knipper, EsquireD'Ambrosio & CoDefendant/Petitioner
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
07/22/2011 #1 Petition pursuant to M.G.L. c. 231, § 118 with attachments, filed by John D'Ambrosio and D'Ambrosio & Co. (w/CD).
07/26/2011 #2 RE#1: Appellate Proceedings Stayed To 8/25/11. Status Report Due then as to the pending motion for reconsideration. *Notice/Attest/Donovan, J.
08/19/2011 #3 Status report, filed by John D'Ambrosio & D'Ambrosio & Co.
08/23/2011 ORDER: Pursuant to G. L. c. 231, § 118, first par., the third-party defendants, John D'Ambrosio and D'Ambrosio & Co., petition for interlocutory review of the denial of their motion for partial summary judgment. To the extent that the petition seeks entry of an order allowing its motion for summary judgment, it seeks relief a single justice has no authority to provide. See, e.g., Shaw v. Royal & Sunalliance Ins. Group, 2006-J-387 (August 18, 2006); Mass.R.A.P. 15(c), 365 Mass. 860 (1974). To the extent it seeks interlocutory review by a panel of this court, the petition fails to demonstrate that this case merits such extraordinary, rarely granted, and highly disfavored relief. The petition is therefore denied. (Rubin, J.) *Notice/Attest. Footnotes: (1) Donna Mills (2) John E. Rogers and Michael D. Hartigan. (3) D'Ambrosio & Co.