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Court Case Record DARCY ROSNER vs. JULIAN GORALSKI 2000-P-0290 UID(4169)


DARCY ROSNER vs. JULIAN GORALSKI Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2000-P-0290


 
Case Number2000-P-0290
Case TitleDARCY ROSNER vs. JULIAN GORALSKI
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyGreenfield District, FR
CourtGreenfield District, FR
Court Address
Phone
Field Date09/28/1998
Close Date03/05/2002

Parties

CounselNameType
Laurie Salame, Esquire Cheryl A. Hohmann, EsquireDarcy RosnerPlaintiff/Appellant
Mark I. Berson, Esquire InactiveJulian GoralskiDefendant/Appellee
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
02/15/2000 #1 MOTION to waive entry fee, filed by Darcy Rosner.
02/15/2000 #2 RE#1: The within is treated as a motion to waive the filing fee and is allowed. The plaintiff's appeal is entered this date.
02/15/2000 #3 Entered.
02/17/2000 #4 Letter from Atty Berson re: Do not represent defendant.
02/17/2000 #5 RE#3 The within is noted. The appellee is deemed to be proceeding pro-se. Notice to Counsel.
03/20/2000 #6 MOTION to extend brief & appendix due date, filed by Darcy Rosner.
03/20/2000 RE#4: Extension to 04/18/2000 granted for filing of brief of Darcy Rosner, Plaintiff/Appellant. No further enlargements. Notice.
04/24/2000 SERVICE of brief & appendix for Plaintiff/Appellant Darcy Rosner.
11/19/2001 Placed on December non-argument list.
12/11/2001 Under consideration by Panel. (P DF GN).
02/05/2002 Decision: Rule 1:28 (P DF GN). The order of the District Court dated October 1, 1999, denying the plaintiff's request for extension of the original abuse prevention order and the order of the same date denying the plaintiff's motion for reconsideration are vacated. The matter is remanded to the District Court for proceedings consistent with the memorandum and order on file. The hearing after remand should be conducted on an expedited basis, and in the absence of good cause shown, not later than thirty days after receipt in the District Court of the rescript from this court. *Notice. (See image on file.)
03/05/2002 RESCRIPT to Trial Court.