SCOKY Oral Arguments for August 2011

 SCOKY Oral Arguments for August 2011

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The issues, dates, times, lower court/judge, counsel, AND links to full text of briefs and  COA decision are below!  The actual calendars are on line at AOC – Click here.

 

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2011

9:00 a.m. STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO. V. BALDWIN
(2010-SC-144-DG)
    "Uninsured Motorist Coverage. The issue is whether a tarp hitting a truck is a “strike” covered by the uninsured motorist policy."
Discretionary Review granted 10/13/2010
Grant Circuit Court, Judge Stephen L. Bates
For Movant: Robert Barry Cetrulo
For Respondent: Charles Estill Bullard and Kenneth Sizemore

Appellant's Brief
Appellee's Brief
Appellant's Reply Brief

10:00 a.m. REYNOLDS V. SAFECO INSURANCE COMPANY OF ILLINOIS
(2010-SC-665-DG)
    "Uninsured Motorist Coverage. The issue is whether a naturally occurring condition, specifically a chunk of ice allegedly breaking off of a truck and smashing the insured’s windshield, is a “hit” covered by the insured’s motor vehicle insurance policy."
Discretionary Review granted 1/14/2011
Bath Circuit Court, Judge William B. Mains
For Movant: David Allen Barber and Paula Gay Richardson
For Respondent: David Lee Sage II

Appellant's Brief
Appellee's Brief

11:00 a.m. INTERLOCK INDUSTRIES, INC., ET AL. V. RAWLINGS, ET AL.
(2010-SC-264-DG) AND ROSENMAN'S INC. V. RAWLINGS, ET AL.
(2010-SC-352-DG) AND KENTUCKY FLATBED COMPANY, LLC V.
RAWLINGS, ET AL. (2010-SC-368-DG)
    "Statute of Limitations. Personal Injury. MVRA. Issues include whether the KRS 413.140(1) one-year personal injury statute of limitations or the KRS 304.39- 230 two-year MVRA statute of limitations applies to the injury suffered by a trucker when he was
struck by part of his load of aluminum bundles as he was rolling up tie-down straps beside the flatbed truck being unloaded."
Discretionary Review granted 12/08/2010
Shelby Circuit Court, Judge Thomas McDonald
For Interlock Industries and Ohio Valley Aluminum Company: Wayne J. Carroll
and Deborah Lynne Harrod
For Rawlings: Brien Glenn Freeman and Todd Kevin Childers
For Rosenman's Inc.: Robert E. Stopher and Robert Dmitri Bobrow
For Kentucky Flatbed Company: John Gary McNeill and Elizabeth Anna
Deener
For Anthem Health Plans of Ky.: Deborah Lynne Harrod, Gene Forrest Price and
Joshua Taylor Rose

11:00a Interlock Industries v. Rawlings, 2010-SC-264, 2010-SC-352, 2010-SC-368
Appellant's Brief
Appellant's Brief
Appellant's Brief
Appellee's Brief
Appellee's Brief
Appellee's Brief
Appellee's Brief
        Appellant's Reply Brief
Appellant's Reply Brief
Appellant's Reply Brief
Amicus Curiae

THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2011
9:00 a.m. CHILDERS, ET AL. V. GEILE, M.D., ET AL. (2009-SC-790-DG)
"Summary Judgment. Whether the tort of outrage may be prosecuted along with the tort of negligence and other traditional common law torts."
Discretionary Review granted 12/9/2010
Montgomery Circuit Court, Judge William B. Mains
For Movants: Heidi Beth Engel, Anne Milton McMillin and Charles Edward
Johnson
For Respondents: Kenneth W. Smith and Johann Frederick Herklotz
(Rescheduled from June 9, 2011)

Appellant's Brief
Appellee's Brief
Appellant's Reply Brief

10:00 a.m. INTER-TEL TECHNOLOGIES, INC., ET AL. V. LINN STATION
PROPERTIES, LLC, ET AL. (2009-SC-819-DG)
"Corporations. Issues include the permissibility of piercing the corporate veil of a grandparent corporation to collect on a default judgment against the subsidiary corporation."
Discretionary Review granted 12/9/2010
Jefferson Circuit Court, Judge Irvin G. Maze
For Movants: Scott David Spiegel and William Henry Mooney
For Respondent Linn Station Properties: Ridley M. Sandidge, Jr.
(Rescheduled from June 8, 2011)

Appellant's Brief
Appellee's Brief
Appellant's Reply Brief

11:00 a.m. SCHULTZ V. GENERAL ELECTRIC HEALTHCARE FINANCIAL SERVICES,
INC., ET AL. (2010-SC-183-DG)
"Summary Judgment. Piercing the Corporate Veil."
Discretionary Review granted 12/9/2010
Jefferson Circuit Court, Judge Stephen L. Bates
For Movant: Bruce Alan Brightwell
For Respondents: Sheryl G. Snyder, Steven M. Crawford, Griffin Terry Sumner
and Tanya Yarbrough Bowman
(Rescheduled from June 8, 2011)

Appellant's Brief
Appellee's Brief
Appellant's Reply Brief

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 2011
NO ORAL ARGUMENTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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