Garratt v. Dailey, 46 Wash.2d 197 P.2d 1091 (1955)
T.ct. found for (Brian Daily) dismissing s (Ruth Garratt) claim for damages,
because did not have intent to hurt . T.ct. was unwilling to accept Naomi Garratts
testimony and did not te
Fisher v. Carrousel Motor Hotel Inc., 424 S.W.2d 627 (1967)
Fisher () sued Carrousel Motor Hotel Inc. () in trial court to recover for battery.
T.Ct. jury found for the and returned a verdict for $400 actual damages for his
McGuire v Almy, 297 Mass.323 8 N.E.2d 760 (1937)
Sent to S.ct for a question of law whether the judge should have directed a
verdict for the defendant.
Legally Significant Facts:
was a registered nurse and employed to look after the .
Talmage v. Smith, 101 Mich. 370, 59 N.W. 656 (1894)
Talmage () sued Smith () in trial court to recover for injuries. T.Ct. jury found
for the . appealed.
Smith was on his premise which has some sheds on it. He was wal
Gunn v. Minton, 133 S. CT. 1059 (2013)
This started as a patent lawsuit in which Gunn represented Minton. That case
was brought up in federal court and eventually Minton lost in appeal he brought to the
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fe
Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co. v. Mottley, 211 U.S. 149 (1908)
Appellees (Mr. and Mrs. Mottley) brought a claim against Louisville & Nashville
Railroad Co. in circuit court of the United States (a federal trial court). (L&N R.C.)
Gordon v. Steele, 376 F. Supp.575 (W.D. Pa. 1974)
This suit for malpractice was brought to federal district court on April 10, 1973.
On January 21, 1974, s (Steele) attorney moved to dismiss for lack of diversity. Briefs
Diefenthal v. C.A.B., 681 F.2d 1039 (5th Cir. 1982)
Stanley and Elka Diefenthal () sued CAB and Eastern Airlines () in federal
district court. Federal district court dismissed their claims for lack of diversity jurisdiction
Mas v. Perry, 489 F.2d 1396 (5th Cir. 1974)
This suit for damages was brought to federal district court after discovering that
their bathroom of the apartment they rented from had a two-way mirror. s (Mr. and
Mrs. Mas) sued (Perry) for
United Mine Workers v. Gibbs, 383 U.S. 715 (1966)
T. Ct. jury found in favor of Gibbs, awarding him compensatory and punitive
damages; trial court set aside jury verdict as to the federal claim on the ground the
challenged conduct did