Documents (12)

Motion to Dismiss - Medical Donor Trafficking Joint Venture; Walker Morton LLP; 09.23.2016

Case Topics: Emotional Distress, Negligence, Wrongful Disposition of a Body, Fraud, Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices, Civil Conspiracy – Grounds for Moving: Legally binding gift document for anatomical donation. Statutes immunize Defendants from liability. Anatomical Gift Act provides presumption of good faith. Plaintiffs lack standing. Economic Loss Doctrine bars damage relief. Failure to state a claim.

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Motion to Dismiss - Medical Donor Trafficking Joint Venture; Walker Morton LLP; 08.22.2016

Case Topics: Infliction of Emotional Distress, Negligence, Wrongful Disposition of a Body, Fraud, Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act, Civil Conspiracy – Grounds for Moving: Plaintiff entered into a legally binding contract. Statutes immunize the Defendants from liability. Plaintiff's do not have a property or quasi-property interest in the subject matter of the case. Plaintiffs lack standing. Counts fail to state a claim upon which relief can be granted.

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Motion to Dismiss - Medical Donor Trafficking Joint Venture; Locke Lord LLP; 11.06.2015

Case Topics: Infliction of Emotional Distress, Negligence, Wrongful Disposition of a Body, Fraud, Illinois Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act, Civil Conspiracy – Grounds for Moving: Failure to plead sufficient facts and state a claim upon which relief can be granted. Failure to allege sufficient facts to overcome statutory presumption of good-faith under the Illinois Anatomical Gift Act. Plaintiffs have failed to plead the existence of a joint venture.

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Motion to Dismiss - Sexual Assault of a Minor - Reply; Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP; 10.27.2015

Case Topics: Sexual Abuse of a Minor, Assault and/or Battery, Infliction of Emotional Distress, Negligence, Breach of Fiduciary Duty – Grounds for Moving: Employee was not acting in the course and scope of her employment. Failure to plead a factual basis for claims. Discretionary immunity protects hiring, firing, and supervisory activities. Tort Immunity Act provides immunity for failure to detect or prevent a crime.

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Motion to Dismiss - Sexual Assault of a Minor - Response; Rittenberg Buffen Gulbrandsen Robinson & Saks LTD; 09.15.2016

Case Topics: Sexual Abuse of a Minor, Assault and/or Battery, Infliction of Emotional Distress, Negligence, Breach of Fiduciary Duty – Grounds for Moving: Employee was not acting in the course and scope of her employment. Failure to plead a factual basis for claims. Discretionary immunity protects hiring, firing, and supervisory activities. Tort Immunity Act provides immunity for failure to detect or prevent a crime.

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Motion to Dismiss - Sexual Assault of a Minor; Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP; 08.11.2015

Case Topics: Sexual Abuse of a Minor, Assault and/or Battery, Infliction of Emotional Distress, Negligence, Breach of Fiduciary Duty – Grounds for Moving: Employee was not acting in the course and scope of her employment. Failure to plead a factual basis for claims. Discretionary immunity protects hiring, firing, and supervisory activities. Tort Immunity Act provides immunity for failure to detect or prevent a crime.

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Motion to Dismiss - Indoor Skydiving Personal Injury; Smithamundsen LLC; 04.27.2015

Case Topics: Negligence, Strict Liability – Grounds for Moving: Exculpatory Agreement signed by Plaintiff relieves Defendant of any and all liability. Common Carrier Negligence counts must be dismissed as Defendants are not Common Carriers.

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Motion to Dismiss - Legal Malpractice - Reply; Schiff Hardin LLP; 04.26.2016

Case Topics: Legal Malpractice – Grounds for Moving: Case is time-barred by statute of limitations on legal malpractice claims. Plaintiff has not specified basic facts required to state a legal malpractice claim including that the Defendant know of some risk that warranted more legal advice than was given or that the absence of any advice proximately caused harm.

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Motion to Dismiss - Legal Malpractice - Response; Edward T. Joyce & Associates PC and Law Offices of James A McGurk PC; 04.18.2016

Case Topics: Legal Malpractice – Grounds for Moving: Case is time-barred by statute of limitations on legal malpractice claims. Plaintiff has not specified basic facts required to state a legal malpractice claim including that the Defendant know of some risk that warranted more legal advice than was given or that the absence of any advice proximately caused harm.

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Motion to Dismiss - Legal Malpractice; Schiff Hardin LLP; 12.17.2015

Case Topics: Legal Malpractice – Grounds for Moving: Case is time-barred by statute of limitations on legal malpractice claims. Plaintiff has failed to assert and cannot assert basic facts required to state a legal malpractice claim having not plead facts showing conduct proximately caused damage.

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Motion to Dismiss - Legal Malpractice; Schiff Hardin LLP; 03.08.2016

Case Topics: Legal Malpractice – Grounds for Moving: Case is time-barred by statute of limitations on legal malpractice claims. Plaintiff has not specified basic facts required to state a legal malpractice claim including that the Defendant know of some risk that warranted more legal advice than was given or that the absence of any advice proximately caused harm.

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Motion to Dismiss - NHL Spectator Injury; Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP; 11.12.2014

Case Topics: Negligence, Loss of Consortium – Grounds for Moving: Affirmative Matter - Claims barred by the limited liability provision of the Hockey Facility Liability Act.

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