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Trial Pleadings

Requests Court grant motion because: each plaintiff asserts a single claim for relief; each claim does not provide any plaintiff with right to trial by jury; statute directs court to make damages determinations; neither statutes nor Oregon Constitution support plaintiffs' requests for jury trials

Or.R.Civ.Proc. 51 C(2) and Or.Rev.Stat. §124.100 et seq. and §124.100(2), (5), (e), (1), (1)(a), (1)(e)(A), (1)(e)(C), (1)(c) and §12.110 and §124.130 and §31.710(1) and §124.100 and §124.140 and §124.120 and §31.710 and §18.560 and §125.005(5) and §31.730 and §30.020 and §30.866 and §30.866(8) and §124.105 and §124.115 and §124.135

Oregon
Trial Pleadings

Requests Court grant motion because: buyers had a duty to investigate sellers' representations; plaintiffs had control over their investment; defendants did not take or appropriate plaintiffs' money or property; plaintiffs failed to make pre-litigation demand

Or.Rev.Stat. §59.015 and §59.115 and §59.135 and §59.137 and §63.165(1) and §124.100 and §164.015(1) and Or.R.Civ.Proc. 47 and 47 C

Oregon
Indictment, 2009, 5 pgs
Indictments & Informations

Charges: 15 Counts - criminal mistreatment in the first degree (2009)

Or. Rev. Stat. §163.205

Oregon
Sentencing Memoranda

Recommends Court impose: 60 day jail sentence; 36 months probation; financial crimes package; no care or contact with victim, elderly or dependent persons; drug evaluation, treatment and counseling; compensatory fine to victim (2007)

Or. Rev. Stat. §137.013 and Or. Const. Art I, §42(1)

Oregon
Trial Pleadings

Alleges Mary Reagan v. Genesis Healthcare, LLC,; 227 Evergreen Road Operations, LLC d/b/a Sanatoga Court

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1006(a.1) and 2179 and Pa.R.Evid. 404(b) and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.101 et seq. and §10225.102

Pennsylvania
Other Materials

Argues Court must overrule preliminary objections and order defendants file answer to plaintiff's complaint because: fraudulent documentation allegations are sufficient; citations and references are pertinent and sufficiently specific; negligence per se allegations are set forth properly; complaint complies with delineation of claims pleading rules; negligence allegations are sufficiently specific; sufficient facts are pled to justify punitive damages' award

18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and §2713(a)(1), (f)(1) and Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1020(a) and 1019(a)

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Alleges: Count One - Estate of Thomas F. Newman, deceased v. Select Medical Corporation, et al.; Count Two - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Three - Negligence Per Se for Violations of the Older Adults Protective Services Act (OAPSA); Count Four - Estate of Thomas F. Newman, deceased v. Hospitals East, LLC et al.; Count Five - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Six - Negligence Per Se for Violations of the OAPSA; Count Seven - Estate of Thomas F. Newman, decesed v. Select Medical Corporation, et al.; Count Eight - Estate of Thomas F. Newman, deceased v. Select Speciality Hospital, et al.

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1006(a.1) and 2179 Pa.R.Evid. 404(b) and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.101 et seq. and §10225.102

Pennsylvania
Civil Case Pleadings & Materials

Alleges: neglect of care-dependent person; wrongful death; breach of duties; carelessness; recklessness; negligence (2013)

18 Pa. Cons. Stat. Ann. §2713 and 42 Pa. Cons. Stat. §8302 and 35 P.S. §10225.101 et seq and §10225.102

Pennsylvania
Civil Case Pleadings & Materials

Alleges: negligence per se; neglect of care-dependent person; wrongful death; breach of duties; carelessness; recklessness (2013)

Pa.R.C.P. 1006 and 2179 and 35 P.S. et seq §10225.101 and §10225.101 amd 18 Pa. Cons. Stat. Ann. §2713 and 42 Pa. Cons. Stat. §8301 and §8302

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Alleges: Count One - George Eli Roberts v. GGNSC Lancaster LP, et al.; Count Two - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Three - Negligence Per Se for Violations of the Older Adults Protective Services Act

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1006 and 2179 and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.101 et seq. and §10225.102

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Alleges: Count One - Jane L.Hahn v. 5501 Perkiomen Avenue Operations, LLC, et al.; Count Two - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Three - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Older Adults Protective Services Act

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1006 and 2179 and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.101 et seq. and §10225.102

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Alleges: Count One - Michael Tazik v. Extendicare, Inc., et al.; Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Three - Negligence Per Se for Violations of the Older Adults Protective Services Act

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1006 and 2179 and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.101 et seq. and §10225.102

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Alleges: Count One: Stover v. Wilmac Health Care, Inc., et al.;Count Two - Negligence Per Sefor Violations of Older Adults Protective Services Act (OAPSA); Count Three - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Four - Stover v. Manor Care of Lancaster PA, LLC, et al.; Count Six [sic] - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Seven [sic] - Negligence Per Sefor Violations of OAPSA; Count Eight - Stover v. Manor Care of Lancaster PA, LLC, et al.; Count Nine [sic] - Stover v. Manor Care of Lancaster PA, LLC, et al.

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1006 and 2179 and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.101 et seq. and §10225.102 and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713

Pennsylvania
Other Materials

Argues Court must overrule preliminary objections and order defendants file answer to plaintiff's complaint because: allegations are material, pertinent and sufficiently specific; negligence per se causes of action are legally sufficient; negligence per se claims are pled with requisite specificity

18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and §2713(a)(1), (f)(1) and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.101 and §10225.101 et seq. and §10225.102 and Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 229(b)(2) and 1019(a) and Pa.R.Evid. 401

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Alleges: Count One - Teresa Stone v. Northern Health Facilities, Inc., et al.; Count Two - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Three - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Older Adults Protective Services Act (OAPSA); Count Four - Teresa Stone v. Northern Health Facilities, Inc., et al.; Count Five - Teresa Stone v. Manor Care of Yardley PA LLC, et al.; Count Six - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Seven - Negligence Per Se for Violations of OAPSA; Count Eight - Teresa Stone, deceased v. Manor Care of Yardley PA LLC, et al.

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1006 and 2179 and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.101 et seq. and §10225.102 and 42 Pa.Cons.Stat. §8302

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Alleges: Count One - King v. Manor Care of Pottstown PA, LLC, et al.; Count Two - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Three - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Older Adults Protective Services Act (OAPSA); Count Four - King v. GGNSC Phoenixville LP, et al.; Count Five - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Six - Negligence Per Se for Violations of OAPSA

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1006 and 2179 and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.101 et seq. And §10225.102

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Alleges: Count One - Negligence Pursuant to Survival Act (Direct and Vicarious Liability); Count Two - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Three - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Older Adults Protective Services Act; Count Four - Wrongful Death

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1006 and 2179 and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.101 et seq. and §10225.102

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Recommends Court deny motion because: court has jurisdiction; corporate negligence claim is valid; punitive damages claim is valid; negligence per seclaim is valid

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1017 and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and §2713(a)(1) and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §448.101 et seq. and §10225.102

Pennsylvania
Amended Complaint, 2012, 31 pgs
Trial Pleadings

Alleges: Count One - Administratrix of Estate of Richard MacPherson, deceased v. The Magee Memorial Hospital for Convalescence, et al.; Count Two - Executor of Estate of Richard MacPherson, deceased v. The Magee Memorial Hospital for Convalescence, et al.; Count Three - Administratrix of Estate of Richard MacPherson, deceased v. Manor Care of Yeadon PA, LLC, et al.; Count Four - Negligence Per Se for Violations of Neglect of a Care-Dependent Person; Count Five - Executor of Estate of Richard MacPherson, deceased v. Manor Care of Yeadon PA, LLC, et al.; Count Six - Executor of Estate of Richard MacPherson, deceased v. Manor Care of Yeadon PA, LLC, et al.

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1006 and 2179 and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Recommends Court issue discovery and briefs' arbitration scheduling order, overrule preliminary objections and order defendants file answer to plaintiff's amended complaint because: arbitration agreement is invalid; waiver of right to jury trial has not been established; factual record must be created; venue is proper; punitive damages and negligence per seclaims are pled sufficiently; amended complaint does not contain impertinent references

18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and §2713(a)(1), (f) and Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1028(c)(2) and 1006(c)(2)

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Recommends Court overrule preliminary objections and order defendants file answer to amended complaint because: alleged arbitration agreement is invalid; arbitration agreement violates Pennsylvania contract defenses

35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.101 et seq. and §10225.102

Pennsylvania
Other Materials

Argues Court must overrule preliminary objections because: alternative dispute resolution agreement is invalid; pre-dispute arbitration agreement is inappropriate; pre-dispute alternative resolution agreements are inappropriate; a knowing and voluntary waiver of jury trial right is not established; corporate negligence allegations are proper; negligence per se allegations are legally sufficient; facts and claims are sufficiently stated; complaint does not contain impertinent matter

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1020(a) and 213(e), (e)(1) and 42 Pa.Cons.Stat. §8301 et seq. and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.101 et seq. and §10225.102 and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and §2713(a)(1), (f)(1) and Pa.R.Evid. 401

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Requests Court overrule preliminary objection because: objection omits relevant facts; objection misrepresents elder abuse allegation

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Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Recommends Court deny motion because: punitive damages claim is valid; negligence claim is valid; negligence per se claim is valid; defendants' negligent conduct breaches Older Adult Protective Services Act; defendants' conduct is proximate cause of injuries and death; individual joint venture parties are liable for injuries or harms committed in conducting joint venture business

18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713 and §2713(a)(1) and 35 Pa.Cons.Stat. §10225.102 and §10225.303 and §10225.309 and §10225.701(a)(1) and §10225.101 et seq. and 28 Pa.Cons.Stat. §201.3(vi)

Pennsylvania
Trial Pleadings

Alleges: Count One - Linda F. Laff, Executor of the Estate of Lillian Glass, deceased v. All Defendants; Count Two - Negligence Per Sefor Violations of Neglect of Care-Dependent Person; Count Three - Linda F. Laff, Executor of the Estate of Lillian Glass, deceased v. All Defendants

Pa.R.Civ.Proc. 1006 and 2179 and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat.Ann. §2713

Pennsylvania

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