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Beacon Sales Acquisition, Inc. v. Carotenuto Brown, LLC

Case no.: CI-14-02609 | Case name: Beacon Sales Acquisition, Inc. formerly Quality Roofing Supply Co., Inc. v. Carotenuto Brown, LLC | Date: 01-08-2015
Summary:

Beacon SALES ACQUISITION, Inc.; QUALITY ROOFING SUPPLY CO., Inc. v. CAROTENUTO BROWN llc.- No. 14-02609- Madenspacher, J –Jan. 8, 2014- Civil Action- Motion to Open Summary Judgment- Failure to Respond- Issues of Service- Service of Process on Corporations- Court entered Default Judgment against Defendant in August of 2014. Defendant argued that Default Judgment was improper because Plaintiff failed to effectuate service of process on an “registered agent” as required under Pa R. Civ. Pro. 424. Service was properly effectuated on Defendant’s authorized agent consistent with Pa. R. Civ. Pro. 424 (3) (Agent Authorized in Writing). Accordingly, Defendant’s motion was denied. 2015_CI_CI-14-02609_Beacon-Sales-Acquisition-v-Carotenuto-Brown-LLC-20140108_OP_Madenspacher

Brosius v. HCR Manorcare, LLC

Case no.: CI-14-05498 | Case name: LORRAINE F. BROSIUS, as Executrix for The ESTATE OF WILLIAM B. BROSIUS, Deceased v. HCR MANORCARE, LLC, MANOR CARE OF LANCASTER PA, LLC, d/b/a MANORCARE HEALTH SERVICES - LANCASTER, MANORCARE HEALTH SERVICES, INC., a/k/a MANORCARE HEALTH SERVICES, LLC, MANOR CARE, INC., HCR MANOR CARE, INC., HCR IV HEALTHCARE, LLC, HCR III HEALTHCARE, LLC, HCR II HEALTHCARE, LLC, HCR HEALTHCARE, LLC, HCRMC OPERATIONS, LLC, HCR MANORCARE OPERATIONS, II, LLC, HEARTLAND EMPLOYMENT SERVICES, LLC, SELECT MEDICAL CORPORATION, SELECT MEDICAL OF PENNSYLVANIA, INC., SELECT SPECIALTY HOSPITALS, INC., SELECT SPECIALTY HOSPITAL - CAMP HILL, INC., SELECT SPECIALTY HOSPITAL - CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA, L.P. f/k/a SELECT SPECIALTY HOSPITAL - CAMP HILL, L.P., d/b/a SELECT SPECIALTY HOSPITAL - YORK | Date: 06-02-2015
Summary:

BROSIUS v. HCR MANORCARE, LLC – No. CI-14-05498 – Ashworth, J. – June 2, 2015 – Pa.R.A.P. 1925(a) Opinion – Wrongful Death and Survival Action – Preliminary Objection – Arbitration – Controlling Precedent – Taylor v. Extendicare Health Facilities, et al., — A.3d —, 2015 PA Super. 64 (Pa. Super. April 2, 2015). 2015_CI_CI-14-05498_Brosius-v-HCR-Manorcare-LLC_20150602_OP_Ashworth

Bryson, et. al. v. Neal, Koch, et. al

Case no.: CI-13-00417 | Case name: JAMES BRYSON, individually, and as co-administrator of the Estate of NICHOLAS BRYSON, a minor, and MELANNIE BRYSON, individually, and as co-administrator of the Estate of NICHOLAS BRYSON, a minor, and JOHN GRIFFITH, IV, individually, and as co-administrator of the Estate of JOHN GRIFFITH, V, a minor, and ANGELA ROSSI, individually, and as co-administrator of the Estate of JOHN GRIFFITH, V, a minor, and SHIRLEY BUCHER TERENCHIN, individually, and as the administrator of the Estate of DEVAUGHN LEE, a minor v. BRUCE NEAL and PAMELA J. NEAL, MARK NEAL, HENRY M. KOCH, JR., as co-administrator of the Estate of CODY AUSTIN HOLLINGER, a minor, TRICIA L. KOCH, as co-administrator of the Estate of CODY AUSTIN HOLLINGER, a minor, and CHAD M. HOLLINGER, as co-administrator of the Estate of CODY AUSTIN HOLLINGER, a minor | Date: 05-30-2014
Summary:

Bryson, et al. v. Neal, Koch, et al. – No. CI-13-00417 – Cullen, J. – May 30, 2014 – Civil – Judgment on the Pleadings – Summary Judgment – Negligence – Joint Venture. 2015_CI_CI-13-00417_Bryson-et-al-v-Neal-Koch-et-al_20140530_OP_Cullen

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