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Court Case Record TOAN TANG vs. RONALD BRANDOLINI & others 2011-P-1820 UID(370c)


TOAN TANG vs. RONALD BRANDOLINI & others Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2011-P-1820


 
Case Number2011-P-1820
Case TitleTOAN TANG vs. RONALD BRANDOLINI & others
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountySuffolk
CourtSuffolk Superior Court
Court Address
Phone
Field Date04/26/2010
Close Date03/07/2012

Parties

CounselNameType
Toan TangPro Se Plaintiff/Appellant
Adam Simms, EsquireRonald BrandoliniDefendant/Appellee
Adam Simms, EsquireChris M. TarrantDefendant/Appellant
Adam Simms, EsquireFramingham Police DepartmentDefendant/Appellant
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
10/21/2011 #1 Motion to waive entry fee, filed by Toan Tang, is allowed.
10/21/2011 #2 Entered.
10/21/2011 #3 Notice of entry sent.
01/24/2012 #4 Notice preceding dismissal: Standing Order Governing Dismissals for Lack of Prosecution.
02/16/2012 #5 ORDER: DISMISSAL under Standing Order Governing Dismissals for Lack of Prosecution.
03/07/2012 #6 Notice of dismissal to Trial Court and parties: Standing Order Governing Dismissals for Lack of Prosecution.
03/15/2012 MOTION to extend brief & appendix due date, filed by Toan Tang.
03/19/2012 RE#4: This appeal was dismissed on 2/16/12, and notice went to the trial court on 3/7/12. Where the appeal has been dismissed under this Court's Standing Order Concerning Dismissal of Appeals and Reports on All Cases for Lack of Prosecution, the defendant must serve and file a motion to reinstate the appeal which establishes a meritorious appeal. Such motion is due on or before 4/2/12. *Notice.
03/28/2012 Notice of appeal of the dismissal of this appeal to the next level of Appeals Court, filed by Toan Tang.
04/04/2012 ORDER: The notice of appeal filed by the appellant on March 28, 2012, seeking review by a panel of the dismissal of the instant appeal, pursuant to the Standing Order Governing Dismissal of Appeals for Lack of Prosecution, is hereby struck, as there is no right of appeal to a panel from such dismissal. The appellant may file a motion to reinstate the appeal, which establishes a meritorious appellate issue, or an application, pursuant to Mass.R.A.P. 27.1, filed with the Supreme Judicial Court.*Notice/Attest. Footnotes (1)Chris M. Tarrant, Framingham Police Department.