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Date Summaries
  
01/07/2013

The summaries of cases for oral argument were prepared by Marc G. Perlin, Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School. The summaries are not an official part of the court proceedings, and are presented so that those who access the website will have a general understanding of the legal issues in the cases set for oral argument.

 
SJC-11152
Impounded Case
Summary unavailable.
 

SJC-11154
Klairmont v. Gainsboro Restaurant, Inc.
Torts; Wrongful Death-- Various issues arising out of multi-million dollar judgment against a bar in a suit by the estate of a college student who was found injured at the bottom of the stairs; whether liability under Chapter 93A may be found on the basis of violation of the Building Code.

 

SJC-11160
Commonwealth v. Perkins
Search and Seizure-- In a drug and firearms prosecution, the Commonwealth is appealing the allowance of a motion to suppress evidence seized from an automobile.

 

SJC-11166
City of Worcester v. College Hill Properties, LLC
Housing Law-- Property owners are appealing a Housing Court order prohibiting them from allowing more than three unrelated adults to reside in the leased premises and are appealing contempt judgments; whether the property owners were operating unlicensed lodging houses.

 

SJC-11327
In the Matter of Schomer
Bar Admission-- The petitioner is appealing a decision of the Board of Bar Examiners denying his application for admission on motion to the bar of Massachusetts on the basis of his prior years of law practice outside of Massachusetts.

 

SJC-11193
Belanger v. Essex Probate and Family Court
Superintendence Power-- This superintendence petition requests declaratory and injunctive relief regarding guardianship and conservatorship proceedings involving the petitioner's father.

 

SJC-11217
275 Washington Street Corporation, Trustee v. Hudson River International, LLC
  (Reserve Case)
Contracts; Commercial Leases-- Various issues in a damage action by a landlord to recover unpaid and future rents following termination of a commercial lease.

  
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