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Court Case Record Samuel Bartley Steele vs. Boston Red Sox Baseball Club Limited Partnership & others 2010-J-0398 UID(a8c4)


Samuel Bartley Steele vs. Boston Red Sox Baseball Club Limited Partnership & others Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2010-J-0398


 
Case Number2010-J-0398
Case TitleSamuel Bartley Steele vs. Boston Red Sox Baseball Club Limited Partnership & others
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountySuffolk
CourtSuffolk Superior Court
Court Address
Phone
Field Date09/02/2010
Close Date09/03/2010

Parties

CounselNameType
Christopher AD Hunt, EsquireSamuel Bartley SteelePlaintiff/Petitioner
Boston Red Sox Baseball Club LimDefendant/Respondent
Fenway Sports Group a/k/a FSCDefendant/Respondent
John BongioviDefendant/Respondent
Major League Baseball Advanced MDefendant/Respondent
Major League Baseball PropertiesDefendant/Respondent
New England Sports Enterprises LDefendant/Respondent
Richard SamboraDefendant/Respondent
Turner Broadcasting System IncDefendant/Respondent
Turner Sports IncDefendant/Respondent
Turner Studios IncDefendant/Respondent
Vector Management LLCDefendant/Respondent
Vector Two LLCDefendant/Respondent
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
09/02/2010 #1 Appeal entered purs to G.L.c. 261, s.27(D) w/attach.
09/03/2010 #2 ORDER: The plaintiff appeals, pursuant to G. L. c. 261, §27D, from the denial of his motion to waive certain fees or costs. Pursuant to G. L. c. 261, § 27C(4), "if there is an appeal pursuant to section twenty-seven D following a denial, the court shall, within three days, set forth its written findings and reasons justifying such denial, which document shall be part of the record on appeal." While the basis of the judge's denial may be implicit in the decision, the statute requires such findings and reasons. Since there are none in this matter, the assembly was premature. Accordingly, the matter is remanded to the trial court and the judge shall, in accordance with the statute, prepare written findings and reasons for the denial. At the completion of the written findings, the appeal may be reassembled and entered in the Appeals Court (Graham, J.). Notice/attest/Roach, J.