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Court Case Record GENZYME CORPORATION vs. DOUGLAS LAIDLAW, PHD 2013-P-1990 UID(f2e0)


GENZYME CORPORATION vs. DOUGLAS LAIDLAW, PHD Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2013-P-1990


 
Case Number2013-P-1990
Case TitleGENZYME CORPORATION vs. DOUGLAS LAIDLAW, PHD
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountySuffolk
CourtSuffolk Superior Court
Court Address
Phone
Field Date10/18/2013
Close Date03/07/2014

Parties

CounselNameType
Daniel S. Tarlow, EsquireGenzyme CorporationPlaintiff/Appellee
David William Robinson, Esquire Christopher P. Litterio, EsquireDouglas Laidlaw, PhDDefendant/Appellant
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
12/18/2013 #1 Entered.
12/18/2013 #2 Notice of entry sent.
12/24/2013 #3 MOTION for stay under MRAP 6, filed by Douglas Laidlaw, PhD.^
12/30/2013 #4 OPPOSITION to paper #2, filed by Genzyme Corporation. ^
12/31/2013 #5 Docketing Statement received from Douglas Laidlaw, PhD. ^
01/09/2014 #6 Memorandum in support of opposition to motion to stay preliminary injunction, filed by Genzyme Corporation. ^
01/17/2014 #7 ORDER: The defendant appeals from a preliminary injunction entered by a judge of the Superior Court enjoining him from working for Keryx BioPharmaceuticals, a purported competitor of the plaintiff. See G. L. c. 231, ยง 118, second para. The defendant has moved this court to stay the effect of the preliminary injunction pending resolution of his appeal or, in the alternative, to expedite the appeal. The defendant's request to expedite his appeal is allowed. Pursuant to Mass. R. App. P. 2, the rules pertaining to briefing are suspended; this matter will be decided based on the papers already submitted. The Court shall hear oral argument in this matter on Friday, January 24, at 10:00 AM in Courtroom 4. The defendant's motion to stay is referred to the panel designated to decide the appeal. (Grainger, J.). *Notice.
01/21/2014 #8 Notice of 01/24/2014, 10:00 AM argument at John Adams Courthouse, Courtroom 4 (a4) sent.
01/21/2014 #9 Notice of appearance of Christopher P. Litterio for Douglas Laidlaw, PhD. ^
01/21/2014 #10 Letter from Christopher P. Litterio re: Will appear and argue. ^
02/07/2014 RE#2: No action necessary in view of our memorandum and order pursuant to rule 1:28. (Grainger, Sullivan & Hines, JJ.). *Notice.
02/07/2014 Decision: Rule 1:28 Order allowing motion for preliminary injunction affirmed. (Grainger, Sullivan, Hines, JJ.). *Notice.
03/07/2014 RESCRIPT to Trial Court.