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Court Case Record CHARLES RUSSELL vs. LUBIN & MEYER PC & others 2015-J-0341 UID(f8a3)


CHARLES RUSSELL vs. LUBIN & MEYER PC & others Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2015-J-0341


 
Case Number2015-J-0341
Case TitleCHARLES RUSSELL vs. LUBIN & MEYER PC & others
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyWorcester
CourtWorcester Superior Court
Court Address
Phone
Field Date09/08/2015
Close Date09/14/2015

Parties

CounselNameType
Scott S. Sinrich, EsquireCharles RussellPlaintiff/Petitioner
Joseph D. Lipchitz, EsquireLubin & Meyer PCDefendant/Respondent
Joseph D. Lipchitz, EsquireAndrew C. Meyer JrDefendant/Respondent
Joseph D. Lipchitz, EsquireKrusia J. SyskaDefendant/Respondent
Joseph D. Lipchitz, EsquireDr. HermeleOther/respondent
Joseph D. Lipchitz, EsquireDr. StillmanOther/respondent
Joseph D. Lipchitz, EsquireDr. SingerOther/respondent
Joseph D. Lipchitz, EsquireDr. SchneiderOther/respondent
David A. Barry, EsquireDr. Jean HenneberryOther/respondent
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
09/08/2015 #1 Petition pursuant to M.G.L. c. 231, ยง 118 with attachments, filed by Charles Russell^
09/09/2015 #2 Pdf copy of Petition, memorandum and Appendix received on CD from Attorney Scott S. Sinrich^
09/14/2015 #3 RE#1: Denied. (Cypher, J.). *Notice/Attest/Sullivan, J.
10/07/2015 Notice of appeal, filed by Charles Russell. ^
10/14/2015 ORDER: There is no right of appeal from the denial of a non-injunctive order on a petition for interlocutory review under c. 231, sec. 118 (first par.). "No appeal of 'the single justice's discretionary denial of relief from the trial judge's interlocutory order may be presented to the full court unless the single justice has reported his action to the full court or has allowed a petition requesting interlocutory appellate review." Carista v. Berkshire Mutual Ins. Co., 394 Mass. 1009, 1009-1010 (1985) (quoting Corbett v. Kargman, 396 Mass. 971, 971-972 (1976) and citing Rollins Environmental Svcs. v. Superior Court, 368 Mass. 174, 181 (1975). Compare Naban v. Selectmen of Salisbury, 12 Mass. App. Ct. 264, 266-267 (1981). As an interlocutory appeal of the kind as to which the petitioner seeks to file a notice of appeal is doomed to dismissal, it is our practice in these cases to strike such a notice. See Gibbs Ford , Inc. v. United Truck Leasing Corp., 399 Mass. 8, 10, n. 8 (1987). We do this in fairness to litigants who would otherwise expend their substance in a hopeless enterprise and in the interest of judicial economy. For the reasons stated, the notice of appeal filed on October 7, 2015, is struck. (Massing, J.). Notice/attest/Sullivan, J.