April 2014 Court of Appeals Oral Argument Calendar Re: bullying and immunity case; Statute of limitations; re-zoning; Ping and arbitration; insurance coverage of liquor liability

COA of Kentucky BlueThe Kentucky Court of Appeals April 2014 oral argument calendar has COA hearing cases on

April 8 in Frankfort (criminal appeal);

April 10 in Frankfort (denial of summary judgment appealing issue of immunity regarding student supervision and bullying; whether the trial court properly granted summary judgment regarding issues of defendant’s immunity)

April 17 at Henderson, Ky (Appeal of decision of circuit court on issue involving interrogation by school principal and lack of notification of Miranda rights)

April 22 at Frankfort (multiple issues arising from construction case; challenge to constitutionality of governor’s ‘furlough plan’)

April 22 at Benton (appeal of dismissal on statute of limitations; rezoning appeal; appeal of judge’s order refusing to compel nursing home arbitration; appeal of application of  Ping v. Beverly Enterprises)

April 24 at Frankfort (appeal of sex abuse class action over attorney fees; appeal dismissal of fraud and KCPA claim regarding “as is” warranty in mobile home sale; declaratory Judgment Action: Appellant Bar and Grille argues that the trial court erred in construing a liquor liability provision in an insurance policy Appellant had with Appellee in regard to the Appellee’s duty to provide coverage for a wrongful death claim wherein a patron of bar struck another patron of the bar with his car)

April 29 at Stanton, Ky (Discretionary review of affirmation of conditional guilty plea and order of restitution in animal abuse case. Issues are whether ASPCA is a victim within the meaning of the restitution statute, whether the county kennel ordinance was unconstitutional and whether the trial court erred in overruling Appellant’s motion to suppress evidence; Suit involving rental of heavy industrial equipment allegedly implicating the tort of conversion. Appellant seeks enhancement of damages and award of pre-judgment interest.; Appeal and cross-appeal in which a declaratory judgment was sought to challenge constitutionality of KRS 568.197(8), allegedly passed to prevent the collection of a tax credit on an occupational license fee by the City of Corbin from the County of Knox).

FULL TEXT OF ARGUMENT CALENDAR WITH DETAILS ON CASE NAME, PARTIES, COUNSEL, ISSUES, TIME AND PLACE OF ARGUMENT IS BELOW THE FOLD:

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