Court Case Record MELITA PICCIOTTO vs. ALBERT P. ZABIN & others 2010-P-1831 UID(703a)

MELITA PICCIOTTO vs. ALBERT P. ZABIN & others Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2010-P-1831

Case Number2010-P-1831
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CourtEssex Superior Court
Court Address
Field Date07/29/2008
Close Date01/31/2011


Melita PicciottoPro Se Plaintiff/Appellant
Michael J. Stone, EsquireAlbert P. ZabinDefendant/Appellee
Michael J. Stone, EsquireRobert V. CostelloDefendant/Appellee
Michael J. Stone, EsquireSchneider Reilly Zabin CostelloDefendant/Appellee
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
10/18/2010 #1 Entered.
10/18/2010 #2 Notice of entry sent.
11/23/2010 #3 MOTION to extend brief & appendix due date, filed by Melita Picciotto.
11/24/2010 #4 RE#2: Allowed to 12/29/2010. Notice to counsel.
12/30/2010 #5 SERVICE of brief & appendix for Plaintiff/Appellant Melita Picciotto.
01/24/2011 #6 MOTION to consolidate 2010-P-1831 with 2009-P-1949, filed by Albert P. Zabin.
01/24/2011 #7 Motion to file memo in lieu of brief filed by Albert P. Zabin.
01/31/2011 RE#4: The motion to consolidate 09-P-1949 and 10-P-1831 is allowed. The appeal shall proceed on 09-P-1949, and all future filings shall reflect only that docket number, as 10-P-1831 is closed. (McHugh, J.) *Notice/Attest/see Image on 09-P-1949 paper #11.
01/31/2011 RE#5: The motion to file a memo in lieu of brief addressing the consolidated argument pertaining to Melita Picciotto is allowed. The appellees shall file 7 copies of the memo on or before 2/9/11. Melita Picciotto is given leave to file a reply brief to the appellee's memo within 14 days of the filing of the memo. (McHugh, J.) *Notice.
01/31/2011 For further entries, see A.C. 09-P-1949.
02/03/2011 Motion to reconsider paper #4 filed by Melita Picciotto.
02/03/2011 OPPOSITION to #4 filed by Melita Picciotto.
02/07/2011 RE#6 See court's 2/7/11 action on paper #7 (McHugh, J.). Notice.
02/07/2011 RE#7 The within is treated as appellant's motion to reconsider the court's 1/31/11 action on paper #4, and upon reconsideration, the motion is denied (McHugh, J.). Notice.