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Court Case Record KAREN THORNHILL & another vs. ASSOCIATES IN CONSTRUCTION MGMT & others 2000-P-0196 UID(89a9)


KAREN THORNHILL & another vs. ASSOCIATES IN CONSTRUCTION MGMT & others Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2000-P-0196


 
Case Number2000-P-0196
Case TitleKAREN THORNHILL & another vs. ASSOCIATES IN CONSTRUCTION MGMT & others
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyNorfolk
CourtNorfolk Superior Court
Court Address
Phone
Field Date09/30/1996
Close Date03/13/2002

Parties

CounselNameType
Alan B. Rubenstein, EsquireKaren ThornhillPlaintiff/Appellant
Alan B. Rubenstein, EsquireThomas ThornhillPlaintiff
Wayne P. Tupper, EsquireAssociates in Construction MgmtDefendant/Appellee
George Kiritsy, Esquire Daniel M. Wrenn, EsquireWachusetts Lumber & Bldg SupplyDefendant/Appellee
Robert P. Garrity, EsquireE.J. Mechanical Contractors IncDefendant/Appellee
Lawrence M. Slotnick, EsquireImperial Worldwide IncDefendant/Appellee
Barry S. Scheer, Esquire Bernard W. Schranze, EsquireDan-Cel Company Inc.Defendant/Appellee
Alan L. Packer, EsquireSpec Engineering IncThird-party plaintiff
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
02/02/2000 #1 Entered.
02/07/2000 #2 Motion to compel rule 8(c) statement of the evidence & or to dismiss appeal filed by Associates in Construction Mgmt. & other appellees.
02/08/2000 #3 RE#2: Denied without prejudice to refiling in the Trial Court. *Notice.
03/02/2000 #4 MOTION to extend brief & appendix due date, filed by Karen Thornhill & Thomas Thornhill.
03/02/2000 #5 RE#3: Allowed to 04/12/2000 granted for filing of brief of Karen Thornhill and Thomas Thornhill, Plaintiffs/Defendants. No further enlargements for same or similar reasons. *Notice.
04/12/2000 #6 SERVICE of brief & appendix for Plaintiffs/Appellants Karen Thornhill and Thomas Thornhill.
05/11/2000 #7 SERVICE of brief for Defendant/Appellee Associates in Construction Mgmt.
05/24/2000 SERVICE of reply brief for Plaintiffs/Appellants Karen & Thomas Thornhill.
11/19/2001 Placed on December non-argument list.
12/11/2001 Under consideration by Panel. (PD G GR).
02/13/2002 Decision: Rule 1:28 (PD-G-GR). The judgment is reversed with regard to the negligence court against Donald G. Widen. In all other respects, the judgment is affirmed. The matter is remanded to the Superior Court for further action in accordance with the memorandum and order of the Appeals Court. *Notice. (See image on file.)
03/13/2002 RESCRIPT to Trial Court.