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  • Hill v. Home & Roam Pools, (Ohio 2003)

    APPELLATE REVIEW - denial of motion to dismiss a complaint is not a final appealable order.

  • News of the Weird

    * Samuel Cutrufelli, 31, filed a lawsuit in October in Sacramento County, Calif., claiming that Jay Leone, 90, "negligently" shot him. Cutrufelli had burglarized Leone's home in Greenbrae, unaware that Leone was home. When Leone reached for one of his stashed handguns, Cutrufelli shot him in the jaw and then pulled the trigger point-blank at Leone's head, but was out of bullets. Leone...

  • Garr v. Zuppan, (Ohio 2010)

    APPELLATE REVIEW - Denial of motion to dismiss is not final; lack of final appealable order; must meet requirements of R.C. 2505.02 and Civ.R. 54(B); mere inclusion of Civ.R. 54(B) language does not make an entry final.

  • Sason v. Shepherd, (Ohio 2008)

    APPELLATE REVIEW - Lack of final appealable order; must meet requirements of R.C. 2505.02 and Civ.R. 54(B); mere inclusion of Civ.R. 54(B) language does not make an entry final.

  • Board of Trustees of Univ. of Ala. v. Garrett, 531 U.S. 356 (2001)

    ... requiring a special use permit for the operation of a group home for the mentally retarded incurred only the minimum ... a facility would house "'deviants'" who needed "'room to roam,'" Government's Lodging 1068. A complete listing of the hundreds ...00585 inaccessible public pools; inaccessible restrooms in municipal building. 00586 inaccessible ...

  • Stanek v. Stanek, (Ohio 2009)

    APPELLATE REVIEW - Lack of final appealable order; denial of motion to dismiss is not a final appealable order pursuant to R.C. 2505.02.

  • Condron v. Willoughby Hills, (Ohio 2007)

    CIVIL - small claims; reimbursement for vacation pay; reimbursement for equipment purchased; forfeiture clause; misjoinder; Civ.R. 21; irrelevant and prejudicial evidence; form of magistrate's decision; general judgment; findings of fact and conclusions of law; Civ.R. 53(D)(3)(a) and (b); motion for stay; amendment of appeal; App.R. 3(D); final order; weight of the evidence; record on appeal; App....

  • John R. Davis Trust 8/12/05 v. Beggs, (Ohio 2008)

    The trial court did not err in failing to conduct a hearing on appellant's motion to stay pursuant to R.C. 2711.02. The trial court erred when it found the parties' operating agreement contained an arbitration provision that was unconscionable.

  • Bank of New York v. Bartmas, (Ohio 2005)

    Trial court lacked personal jurisdiction over the trust because service was not perfected on the current trustee, therefore, the trial court's grant of a default judgment was reversed as to the trust. However, the trial court did not err in not ruling on the trust's motion for relief from judgment because the filing of the appeal of the same judgment divested the trial court of jurisdiction.

  • Jones v. Hunter, (Ohio 2009)

    CIVIL – civil stalking protection order; abuse of discretion; App.R. 9; sufficiency of the evidence; settlement agreement; manifest weight of the evidence; competent, credible evidence.

  • Chickey v. Watts, (Ohio 2005)

    For damages arising out of an accident that occurred while plaintiff Amy Chickey was a passenger on a motorcycle driven by her fiance, David Watts, plaintff sued Watts, his employer, and various insurance companies. This is a consolidated appeal from the trial court's disposition of various motions for summary judgment. Because genuine issues of material fact remained as to whether Watts was...

  • Waterford Tower Condominium Assn. v. TransAmerica Real Estate Group, (Ohio 2006)

    Trial court did not abuse its discretion by denying, without an evidentiary hearing, a motion for relief from default judgment, pursuant to Civ.R. 60(B), where the defendant partnership was properly served and failed to submit allegations of operative facts demonstrating entitlement to relief from judgment. Plaintiff was entitled to maintain the foreclosure action against the partnership, which...

  • All Smiles: $15.8 Million Africa Exhibit Paying Off

    One woman brought her daughter to the Virginia Zoo's Okavango Delta because it looks so much like her native African home with its nomadic Xaxaba village with reed-thatched shelters. Some families are drawn to the exhibit because it reminds them of a treasured movie, "The Lion King" - giraffes, zebras, elephants and a lion roam grassy plains, granite hills and azure pools.

  • Northwest Arkansas: resource guide.

    ... 72704 (800) 426-7866 hilton.com (479) 587-8301 Homewood Suites by (479) 442-3000 www.homewoodsuitest. Hilton NA ...Walton Blvd. center, indoor and outdoor pools Bentonville 72712 Comfort Suites Breakfast buffet, pool, fitness ...-hour business Springdale 72762 center, indoor pool, exercise roam Hampton Inn & Suites Outdoor pool, full-sized suites with 1700 S. ...

  • Ecosystems 101

    We counted salmon, not only in the creeks but also in areas along the lake shores where some preferred to spawn. We netted and measured and tagged them as they thrashed in our hands, and recorded their eventual deaths from predators or exhaustion. A typical narration to the note-taker, by a scientist examining a single female carcass left on a streambank: "AW'... "K2" ... "BK&q...

  • Buyer's Guide

    ...Maxx Home Goods, homegoods.com * Alys Edwards Anamite honed ..., anthropologie.com * Happy Hour Stella ice bucket, Roam, roaminteriors.com * Mesh-top table, Peters Billiards, ... Screens, 763-425-4280, minnesotascreens.com * Prestige Pools, 651-490-1399, prestigepools.com * Scherer Bros. Lumber Co., ...

  • Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Determination of Endangered Species Status for 15 Species on Hawaii Island

    We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), determine endangered species status under the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (Act), as amended, for 15 species on the island of Hawaii. In addition, we are recognizing a taxonomic change for one Hawaiian plant currently listed as an endangered species and revising the List of Endangered and Threatened Plants accordingly. The effect of this...

  • A Real Dog Day Afternoon: While Owners Are Away

    When she arrives at day care, Sophie runs to meet the employees. No separation anxiety here for the 10-month-old Sophie, a Golden doodle whose owner, Vicki Schafer, drops her off at doggy daycare a couple of days a week.

  • Seeking Shelter in God and the Hills

    The storm came suddenly in the night, when we were awakened by the sound of rain coming in waves across the roof. Thunder and lightning soon followed, with loud booming that resounded through the house. The rain went on and on as we drifted back off to sleep. This morning we got up to saturated ground, and the roaring of the creek. It was full to the banks and muddy. We are so much more fortunate ...

  • All-Star Ballp-Ark Heaven: Keeping the Dream Alive

    All-Star Ballpark Heaven Estimated opening date: First phase in summer 2014. Completion by summer 2017. Size: 24 baseball and softball fields, 12 of which will be completed in the first phase. 193 acres total. Features: By 2017, the site is expected to include indoor training facilities, multiple fields with stadium seating, community recreation and performing arts center and swimming facilities. ...

  • Stranger Than Myth

    We travel to meet new people, see new things. Sometimes we get more than we bargain for. Robert the Doll, for instance. Who knew? I had no idea a ghost tour would involve an encounter with this apparently legendary and quite resourceful toy-turned-monster. An encounter that may, if you believe in such things, have ended with the ruination of my once- sturdy little Nikon camera.

  • A Slice of Life in L.A. ; Several Mini-Trips Take Tourists to Some of the Less Trendy, but Equally Exciting, Spots

    The tourists think big. Arriving in Southern California, they expect to conquer Disneyland and Hollywood, perhaps on the same day, in between the surfing and snowboarding. Then they get stuck in traffic. Then come the recriminations, the tears, the vows to visit an island next time. The locals think small. Tracing tight little loops between home and work, they dodge freeways and alien...

  • Visiting the 'Magical Places' of Childhood Again

    HERE is an old, old poem about an old, old tree. It was sent by Joan Roy of Charleston, and was written by a family friend, W. Harlan Wine, in memory of the happy moments he spent at the J.A. (John) Vineyard home, and is dedicated to the entire Vineyard family. Joan's mother, Lola Vineyard Bailes, will be 100 years old May 11, and played around this old tree on their Roane County farm when she...

  • Migration and conservation: frameworks, gaps, and synergies in science, law, and management.

    ... predictable migrations such as the seminomadic circular roamings that were once exhibited by American bison (Bison bison), (18) or ... to bolster declining populations and enrich depleted gene pools. Creation of new populations with new migration traditions, such ...Wilcove, No Way Home: The Decline of the World's Great Animal Migrations 107-13 (2008) ...

  • Bronx Riverfront Lives Again ; a Long Abused Waterway Returns, Park by Park, to Its Pre-Industrial Purity

    For years one of the most blighted waterways in the United States, the river and its shoreline are enjoying some attention. Perhaps the most unsung patch of heaven in New York City is a tiny sliver of riverfront parkland tucked between a metal-recycling yard and a giant wholesale produce market, on the far side of a six- lane highway and a pair of active freight train tracks.