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White v. Latshaw, et al.

Case no.: CI-15-03723 | Case name: Michelle M. White v. Kim Latshaw and Quality First | Date: 09-14-2015
Summary:

Michelle M. White v. Kim Latshaw, et al. – No. CI-15-03723 – Madenspacher, J. – September 14, 2015 – Civil Law – Preliminary Objections – Plaintiff’s Complaint was deficient, and Defendant’s Preliminary Objections were sustained. 2015_CI_CI-15-03723_White-v-Latshaw-et-al_20150914_OP_Madenspacher

Wilmac Healthcare, Inc. v. Ana Rodriguez

Case no.: CI-14-02800 | Case name: Wilmac Healthcare, Inc., d/b/a Lancashire Hall Nursing & Rehabilitation Center v. Ana Rodriguez | Date: 01-15-2015
Summary:

Wilmac Healthcare, Inc. v. Rodriguez – No. CI-14-02800 – Ashworth, J. – January 15, 2015 – Civil – Breach of Contract – Doctrine of Necessaries – Preliminary Objections – Nursing Home Admission Agreement – “Responsible Person” Designation. 2015_CI_CI-14-02800_Wilmac-Healthcare-Inc-v-Rodriguez_20140115_OP_Ashworth

Wilmac Healthcare, Inc. v. Sara L. Bachman

Case no.: CI-15-00172 | Case name: Wilmac Healthcare, Inc. d/b/a Lancashire Hall Nursing & Rehabilitation Center v. Sara L. Bachman | Date: 10-08-2015
Summary:

Wilmac Healthcare, Inc. d/b/a Lancashire Hall Nursing & Rehabilitation Center v. Sara L. Bachman – No. CI-15-00172 – Madenspacher, J. – October 8, 2015 – Civil Law – Motion for Summary Judgment – The trust’s spendthrift provision was valid and enforceable, preventing the plaintiff from garnishing the trust assets. 2015_CI_CI-15-00172_Wilmac-Healthcare-Inc-v-Bachman_20151008_OP_Madenspacher  

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