Court Case Record GEORGE H. FLAHERTY vs. ANDREA CABRAL & others 2014-P-0778

GEORGE H. FLAHERTY vs. ANDREA CABRAL & others Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2014-P-0778

Case Number2014-P-0778
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CourtSuffolk Superior Court
Court Address
Field Date11/15/2010
Close Date04/13/2015


Arinda Rae Brooks, Esquire Michael C. Akashian, EsquireGeorge H. FlahertyPlaintiff/Appellee
Christopher G. Perillo, EsquireAndrea CabralDefendant/Appellant
Julie A. Ciollo, EsquireThomas MeninoDefendant
Christopher G. Perillo, EsquireSuffolk County Sheriffs DepartmentDefendant/Appellant
Julie A. Ciollo, EsquireCity of BostonDefendant
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
05/16/2014 #1 Entered.
05/16/2014 #2 Notice of entry sent.
05/23/2014 #3 Docketing Statement received from Andrea Cabral, Suffolk County Sheriffs Department^
06/26/2014 #4 Letter from Attorney Christopher G. Perillo re: submission of appellant's brief and appendix
06/27/2014 #5 RE#3: The within is treated as a motion to file one day late and is allowed. Notice
06/27/2014 #6 SERVICE of brief & appendix (1 vol, 7 sets) for Defendants/Appellants Andrea Cabral and Suffolk County Sheriffs Department.
07/24/2014 #7 MOTION to file supplemental appendix, filed by George H. Flaherty
07/24/2014 #8 RE#5: The supplemental appendix is accepted for filing subject to possible further action by the panel designated to decide the appeal. *Notice.
07/24/2014 #9 SERVICE of brief & supplemental appendix for Plaintiff/Appellee George H. Flaherty.
10/09/2014 #10 Notice sent seeking information on unavailability for oral argument in December 2014
10/14/2014 Letter of Arinda Rae Brooks, Esquire unavailable for oral argument 12/5, 12/12.
10/14/2014 Letter of Christopher G. Perillo, Esquire unavailable for oral argument 12/10-12/12.
11/03/2014 Notice of 12/09/2014, 9:30 AM argument at John Adams Courthouse, Courtroom 3 (a3) sent.
12/09/2014 Oral argument held. (Cohen, J., Fecteau, J., Massing, J.).
03/16/2015 Decision: Full Opinion (Massing, J.). The judgment is vacated, and a new judgment is to enter providing that Flaherty is entitled to receive assault pay in accordance with G. L. c. 126, ยง 18A, until September 1, 2010, but only as to such payments that accrued within the applicable three-year statute of limitations.*Notice.
04/13/2015 RESCRIPT to Trial Court.