Court Case Record HOME DEPOT vs. JOHN KARDAS 2010-P-1644

HOME DEPOT vs. JOHN KARDAS Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2010-P-1644

Case Number2010-P-1644
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CourtSuffolk Superior Court
Court Address
Field Date07/16/2007
Close Date01/05/2012


Erika G. Soong, Esquire Gennaro D'Ambrosio, Esquire Inactive Matthew A. Slater, Esquire Inactive John J. Canniff, III, EsquireHome DepotPlaintiff/Appellee
James N. Ellis, Esquire Charles E. Berg, EsquireJohn KardasDefendant/Appellant
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
09/21/2010 #1 Entered.
09/21/2010 #2 Notice of entry sent.
10/06/2010 #3 Notice of appearance of Matthew A. Slater for Home Depot.
10/25/2010 #4 MOTION to extend brief & appendix due date, filed by John Kardas.
10/26/2010 #5 RE#3: Allowed to 01/03/2011. Notice to counsel.
01/03/2011 #6 Notice of appearance of Charles E. Berg for John Kardas.
01/03/2011 #7 SERVICE of brief & appendix for Defendant/Appellant John Kardas.
01/14/2011 #8 MOTION to extend brief due date of Home Depot.
01/14/2011 #9 RE#6: Extension to 04/04/2011 granted for filing of brief of Home Depot, Plaintiff/Appellee. *Notice to counsel.
04/01/2011 #10 SERVICE of brief for Plaintiff/Appellee Home Depot.
08/29/2011 #11 SERVICE of supplemental brief for Defendant/Appellant John Kardas.
08/31/2011 #12 Notice of 10/05/2011, 9:30 AM argument at John Adams Courthouse, Courtroom 3 sent.
09/23/2011 #13 Motion to file a supplemental brief, filed by John Kardas.
09/23/2011 #14 RE#10: Referred to the panel designated to decide this appeal. *Notice.
10/04/2011 Notice of appearance of John J. Canniff for Home Depot.
10/05/2011 Oral argument held. (Graham, J., Rubin, J., Wolohojian, J.).
12/08/2011 REVISED ACTION RE#10: Allowed. (Graham, Rubin, & Wolohojian, J.) *Notice.
12/08/2011 Decision: Full Opinion (Wolohojian, J.). Judgment reversed. *Notice.
12/21/2011 Motion for attorney's fees and costs, filed by John Kardas.@
01/05/2012 RESCRIPT to Trial Court.
09/28/2012 ORDER: The application for Appellate Attorneys' fees and costs filed by the appellant having been considered, the appellant is awarded $1,875 in fees and $417.59 in costs. The total award of fees and costs is $2,292.50. Any proceedings to enforce the award of attorneys' fees shall be commenced in the Superior Court. (Graham, Rubin & Wolohojian, JJ.). *Notice