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  1. Alamo Rodriguez v. Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (2003)

    Pending before the Court is Defendant's, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Inc., (hereinafter referred to as "Pfizer" or "Defendant"), Motion for Summary Judgment (Docket No. 27), which Plaintiff Juan Alamo Rodriguez (hereinafter referred to as "Plaintiff" or "Alamo") duly opposed (Docket No. 35). Defendant replied through Docket No. 43. On May 14, 2003, the Court referred the matter to Magistrate Judge Gustavo A. Gelpi for a report and recommendation, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 636(b)(1)(B); FED.R.CIV. [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: 02-1353 (DRD)
  2. Dominguez v. Eli Lilly and Co. (1997)

    Before the Court is Defendants' motion for summary judgment and Plaintiffs' opposition thereto. For the reasons adumbrated below, the Court grants Defendants' motion for summary judgment on Plaintiffs' ADEA, Law 100, and Article 1802 claims, dismisses Plaintiffs' claims with prejudice, and enters judgment accordingly.


    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: 95-1043 HL, 95-2073 HL
  3. Sylva v. Culebra Dive Shop (2005)

    On July 12th, 2004, plaintiff Paul Sylva ("Sylva") filed an Amended Complaint against Culebra Dive Shop[1] and ING Insurance S.A. ("ING"),[2] for damages suffered as a consequence of the wrongful death of his wife, Linda Marie Wieditz ("Mrs. Wieditz"), while diving off the island of Culebra, Puerto Rico, under the supervision of Culebra Dive Shop. (Docket No. 3). Federal jurisdiction is premised on the diversity statute. 28 U.S.C. § 1332(a).


    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Civil No. 04-1646
  4. Rivera De Leon v. Maxon Engineering Services, Inc. (2003)

    The Court has before it Defendants' motion to dismiss seeking dismissal of the Miller Act claim for lack of subject matter jurisdiction, and dismissal of the breach of contract cause of action for failure to state a claim. (Docket # 57). Upon careful review of the matter before us, the parties' arguments and the Magistrate Judge's Report and Recommendation, the Court concludes that Defendants' Motion to Dismiss must be GRANTED in part and DENIED in part.


    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: CIV. 00-2350(SEC)
  5. HERNANDEZ-MEJIAS v. General Elec. (2005)

    Plaintiff, Jackeline Hernández—Mejláas, filed the present complaint against Defendants, General Electric Products ("GE") and Caribe GE Distribution Components ("Caribe GE"), alleging discrimination and unlawful termination in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 ("Title VII"), 42 U.S.C. §§ 2000e to 20003-17 (1994 & Supp.2005), as augmented by the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978 ("PDA"), 42 U.S.C. § 2000e(k). Docket Document Nos. 1, 13.


    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: CIV. 03-1289(JAF)
  6. Nogueras-Cartagena v. United States (2001)

    Plaintiffs filed their complaint on June 21, 2000 (Docket # 1). An amended complaint was filed on October 18, 2000, raising tort claims pursuant to the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA), 28 U.S.C. §§ 1346(b), 2671-2680, and a Bivens claim alleging that the individually named defendants violated the constitutional rights of the Plaintiffs (Docket # 4). Co-Defendant United States of America (hereafter "Defendant") moved to dismiss claims raised pursuant to the FTCA on the following bases: 1) those [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: CIV. 00-1778(DRD)
  7. Barcelo v. Brown (1979)

    Miguel Gimenez Munoz, Secretary of Justice, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Gerardo A. Carlo, Special Counsel to the Governor, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, La Fortaleza, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Lewis A. Rivlin, John A. Hodges, Sanda M. Kayden, Peabody, Rivlin, Lambert & Meyers, Washington, D.C.; Timothy L. Harker, Washington, D.C.; Jorge L. Cordova, Charles R. Work, Collister Johnson, Theodore A. Miles, Washington, D.C. (of counsel), for plaintiffs Carlos [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Civ. Nos. 78-323, 78-377
  8. United States v. Pagan (2003)

    On October 31, 2002, defendants Luis Mercado-Pagan ("Mercado-Pagan") and Sylvia Rodriguez-Duran ("Rodrigue-Duran") (collectively "defendants") moved to suppress the evidence obtained from a search of their two apartments by agents from the Puerto Rico Police Department's Narcotics Division (Docket No. 42). On November 5, 2002, the Court referred the motion to Magistrate-Judge Justo Arenas for a Report and Recommendation (Docket No. 45). On November 29, 2002, the United States of America (the [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: CRIM. 02-247(JAG)
  9. Feliciano v. Barcelo (1979)

    This action involves the alleged violations of the rights of prisoners and pre-trial detainees confined by the Administration of Correction of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. This type of case has grown as rivers grow-deeper, wider and with a crescendo of speed and noise as they approach the oceans. This watercourse has not sprouted overnight, but has developed through the years from a small creek to its present size.[1] The instant action is as ambitious an action as we have seen reported [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Civ. No. 79-4
  10. Torres v. United States (1998)

    Lisa E. Bhatia Gautier, Assistant U.S. Attorney, U.S. Attorneys Office, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico, Grisselle González Negrón, Federal Litigation Division, Department of Justice, San Juan, Puerto Rico, for defendants.


    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Civ. 98-14592 RLA
  11. Nike Intern. Ltd. v. Athletic Sales, Inc. (1988)

    Edilberto Berrios Pérez, San Juan, P.R., Carlos T. González Contreras, Vazquez Vizcarrondo Alvarez Angelet & Gonzalez, Hato Rey, P.R., Federico Cedó Alzamora, Aida G. Rivera Carattini, Dept. of Justice, San Juan, P.R., for defendants.


    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Civ. No. 86-0849(RLA)
  12. United States v. Valentine (1968)

    Marvin Karpatkin, New York City, Roberto Busó Aboy, San Juan, P. R., Rubén Berrios, Rio Piedras, P. R., Luis M. Villaronga, San Juan, P. R., Rabinowitz, Boudin & Standard, New York City and Olaguibeet López Pacheco, Hato Rey, P. R., for defendants.


    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Crim. Nos. 6-67, 8-67, 15-67, 16-67, 67-67, 73-67, 74-67, 75-67, 77-67, 80-67, 81-67
  13. Schneider v. Colegio De Abogados De Puerto Rico (1982)

    Salvador Antonetti-Zequeira, Jay Garcia-Gregory, San Juan, P. R., Miriam Naveira de Rodón, Santurce, P. R., José Julián Alvarez González, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras, P. R., for Justices of Supreme Court.


    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Civ. Nos. 82-1459, 82-1513, 82-1514, 82-1532 (TR)
  14. Reyes v. Banco Santander De PR, NA (1984)

    Following a jury verdict for plaintiffs in the sum of $400,000, plaintiffs applied for attorneys fees, costs, and prejudgment interest. The Laws of Puerto Rico provide for such costs and interest in some circumstances. Rule 44.1(d), 32 LPRA, App. III, R. 44.1(d), provides:


    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Civ. No. 82-1288 HL
  15. Sifre v. Department of Health (1999)

    The Court has before it Defendants' Motion to Dismiss Under Fed.R Civ.P. 12(B)(6) (docket No. 17), Plaintiffs' Opposition to Defendants' Motion to Dismiss (docket No. 22), Defendants' Supplement to Motion to Dismiss (docket No. 24), and Plaintiffs' Opposition to Defendants' Supplement to Motion to Dismiss (docket No. 32). In addition, the Court will also examine Plaintiffs' Leave to File Amendment to the Complaint under FRCP 15 (docket No. 25), Defendants' Opposition to "Leave to File Amendment [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Civil No. 98-1904(JP)
  16. Rodriguez v. Loctite Puerto Rico, Inc. (1997)

    The Court has before it the defendant's Motion Requesting Summary Judgment (docket No. 24).[1] The plaintiff has brought this action under the Americans with Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C. §§ 12101-12213 ("ADA" or "Act"),[2] alleging that she was subjected to a hostile work environment and eventually forced to resign due to the harassment she was subjected to (primarily by her supervisor, Ms. Izaida Rivera), based on her disability, Systematic Lupus Erythematosus. The defendant now asserts that [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Civil No. 96-1815 (JP)
  17. Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. v. Bird (1981)

    César T. Andreu Megwinoff, San Juan, P. R., José Guillermo Vivas, Ponce, P. R., Pablo R. Cancio, Cancio & Cancio, Aguadilla, P. R., Charles A. Cordero, Old San Juan, P. R., José A. Sánchez Alvarez, Hato Rey, P. R., Donato Rivera de Jesús, Ramírez & Rivera, Hato Rey, P. R., Antonio Zapater Cajigas, Ponce, P. R., Carlos G. Látimer, Santurce, P. R., José A. Axtmayer, San Juan, P. R., Guillermo Nigaglioni, Nigaglioni, Palou & Ledesma, Hato Rey, P. R., Salvador Antonetti, [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Civ. No. 79-800
  18. Hopgood v. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith (1993)

    Plaintiff, Phillip D. Hopgood, filed this diversity action for breach of contract and wrongful dismissal. The plaintiff alleges that he was unjustly dismissed from his position as a broker in violation of his employment contract. Defendant, Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith, Inc. (hereinafter "Merrill Lynch"), contends that it dismissed the plaintiff for just cause and that their actions did not violate the employment contract. Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment (docket No. 67) filed [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Civ. No. 90-1988 (JP)
  19. Rosado De Velez v. Zayas (2004)

    Pending before the Court is Defendants' motion for summary judgment (Docket # 30). Although Plaintiffs on two separate occasions requested and were granted extensions of time to oppose Defendants' motion (Dockets 32-35), Plaintiffs nonetheless failed to oppose Defendants' motion. After carefully considering Defendants' motion, as well as the applicable law, and for the reasons stated herein, Defendants' motion will be GRANTED.[1]


    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: CIV. 02-1777(SEC)
  20. Alicea-Rivera v. SIMED (1998)

    Plaintiff, Rafilexie Alicea-Rivera, brings this action against codefendants, Dr. Roberto Pacheco-Vázquez ("Pacheco") and his insurer, Sindicato De Aseguradores Para La Suscripcion Conjunta de Seguro De Responsabilidad Medico-Hospitalaria (SIMED), under Article 1802 of the Puerto Rico Civil Code. Plaintiff alleges codefendant Pacheco committed medical malpractice and injured Plaintiff during surgery on March 30, 1994. Plaintiff invokes diversity jurisdiction pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1332. [...]

    Court: District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Docket: Civil No. 97-1140(JAF)

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