Surratt v. Brown (Lawyers Weekly No. 020-028-16, 6 pp.) (James Gale, C.J.) 2016 NCBC 27 Holding: Defendant contends that, when plaintiff started a tattoo parlor, he was acting as defendant’s project manager rather than as his partner; however, plaintiff’s forecast ...Read More »
EHP Land Co. v. Bosher (Lawyers Weekly No. 012-077-16, 10 pp.) (Chris Dillon, J.) Appealed from Perquimans County Superior Court (John Jolly Jr., J.) N.C. App. Unpub. Holding: While a real estate development partnership was in receivership, one partner’s corporate ...
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Partnerships — Civil Practice – Res Judicata – Separate Lawsuits – Entry of Default – Charter School
Wolfe v. Archimedes Academy (Lawyers Weekly No. 15-16-0528, 17 pp.) (Mark Davis, J.) Appealed from Durham County District Court (James Hill, J.) N.C. App. Unpub. Holding: Plaintiff alleges that defendants breached two employment contracts with her; however, both contracts were ...
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Lee Graham Shopping Center LLC v. Estate of Diane Z. Kirsch (Lawyers Weekly No. 15-01-0123, 14 pp.) (Shedd, J.) No. 13-2348, Feb. 2, 2015; USDC at Alexandria, Va. (O’Grady, J.) 4th Cir. Holding: A woman could not transfer her interest ...Read More »
La Familia Cosmovision, Inc. v. Inspiration Networks (Lawyers Weekly No. 14-15-0990, 20 pp.) (Gregory McGuire, J.) 2014 NCBC 51 Holding: The structure of the parties’ deal included some profit sharing but placed on defendants all the risk of loss as ...Read More »
Weaver Investment Co. v. Pressly Development Associates (Lawyers Weekly No. 14-07-0623, 33 pp.) (Sanford Steelman Jr., J.) Appealed from Guilford County Superior Court (John Craig III, J.) N.C. App. Holding: Although dealings among entities in a joint venture are not ...
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Chesson v. Rives Although plaintiffs withdrew from the parties’ accounting-firm partnership, plaintiffs retained personal rights to bring claims for the value of their partnership interest at the time of their withdrawal. This includes claims that plaintiffs suffered losses before the withdrawal, thereby reducing the value of plaintiffs’ partnership shares at the time of withdrawal.Read More »
Partnership – Tort/Negligence – Use of Partnership Property – Expenses – Deferred Maintenance – Damages – S.C. Law — Civil Practice – Discovery
Allen Smith Investment Properties, LLC v. Barbarry Properties, LLC Since defendant Barbarry Properties is a general partner in the parties’ limited partnership, Barbarry has an equal right with the partnership’s other general partners to possess partnership property for partnership purposes.Read More »