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AMCO Insurance Company v. Azim Akhmedov, et al.

Case no.: CI-14-04391 | Case name: AMCO Insurance Company v. Azim Akhmedov, et al. | Date: 09-17-2015
Summary:

AMCO Insurance Company v. Azim Akhmedov, et al. – No. CI-14-04391 – Madenspacher, J. – September 17, 2015 – Civil Law – Motion for Summary Judgment – AMCO Insurance Company demonstrated that reformation of the liability limits of the automobile insurance policy at issue was appropriate, and summary judgment was granted in its favor. 2015_CI_CI-14-04391_AMCO-Insurance-Company-v-Akhmedov_2050917_OP_Madenspacher

American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees AFL-CIO, Local 1896 (AFSCME) v. The City of Lancaster

Case no.: CI-15-09669 | Case name: American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees AFL-CIO, Local 1896 (AFSCME) v. The City of Lancaster | Date: 04-13-2016
Summary:

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees AFL-CIO, Local 1896 (AFSCME) v. The City of Lancaster — No. CI-15-09669 — Wright, J. – April 13, 2016 — Civil — Collective Bargaining Dispute — Appeal from Grievance Arbitration Award governed by PERA — Standard of Review — Essence Test — Manifestly Unreasonable Test — Managerial Prerogative — Minimum Qualifications — Seniority — Denial of Position. Union’s appeal not cognizable within standard of Essence Test because it argues that Arbitrator erred as matter of law and misinterpreted Management Rights Provision of CBA. Even if cognizable, Arbitrator’s award affirming City’s denial of position of evidence specialist and Arbitrator’s interpretation that CBA gives City final say in determining minimum qualifications confirmable because Arbitrator’s award rationally derived from CBA in accordance with requirements of Essence Test. Award also confirmable because it does not otherwise violate public policy. 2016_CI_CI-15-09669_AFSCME-v-The-City-of-Lancaster_20160413_OP_Wright

Andrew Fry v. Patrick D. Malay, Amy J. Malay, dba SOS Canvas & SOS Canvas Shop

Case no.: CI-14-07021 | Case name: Andrew Fry v. Patrick D. Malay, Amy J. Malay, dba SOS Canvas & SOS Canvas Shop | Date: 12-22-2015
Summary:

Andrew Fry v. Patrick D. Malay, Amy J. Malay dba SOS Canvas and SOS Canvas Shop – No. CI-14-07021 – Madenspacher, J. – December 22, 2015 – Civil Law – Contract Law – Breach of Warranty – The evidence showed that the quality of work performed by Defendants was deficient, and Plaintiff was awarded damages based on Defendants’ breach of warranty. 2015_CI_CI-14-07021_Fry-v-Malay_20151222_OP_Madenspacher

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