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Providence Water Supply Board of the City of Providence, Rhode Island v. Division of Public Utilities and Carriers of the State of Rhode Island, Thomas F. Ahern, No. 09-5913 (December 28, 2010)

Frenchtown Five, LLC and The Chocolate Delicacy, LLC v. Chad Verdi, et al, No. 09-1352 (December 21, 2010)

Joe Doe, a Providence Police Officer v. Providence  Police Department (David Esserman, Chief) and David Cicilline, in his capacity as Commissioner of Public Safety, No. 10-5626 (December 20, 2010)

CIC-NEWPORT ASSOCIATES, LP V. JUNG KANG LEE and KYU MAN JEONG SEA SHAI HIBACHI GARDEN, INC. No. 10-648 (December 16, 2010)

BAY AREA MOBILE MEDICAL, LLC V. STEVEN COLAGIOVANNI, M.D., ERIC OLSSON, M.D., CONSULTANTS IN UROLOGY, INC. AND ST JOSEPH HEALTH SERVICES OF RHODE ISLAND, No. 07-1782 (December 8, 2010)

STATE OF RHODE ISLAND V. BRYAN MCMANUS, No. 10-0512A (December 7, 2010)

NAYSHA BERRIOS, INDIVIDUALLY And as Aministratrix of the Estate of Cassandra Berrios, v. JEVIC TRANSPORTATION, INC, CRAIG G. BENFIELD, FIRST STUDENT, INC., ILBA BERRIOS, Alias, SAIA, INC. AND SAIA MOTOR FREIGHT LINES, L.L.C., ALIAS, No. 04-2390 (December 6, 2010)

DAVID FRIEDMAN, R. JEFFREY KNISLEY, in his capacity as Executor of the Estate of Leon H. Cornell Jr., EUSTACE T. PLIAKAS, PETER VICAN, THEONA PASCALIDES, WILLIAM P. VICAN, JR., CONSTANTINE S. GEORAS, NICHOLAS GOLUSES, JR., DENA PATEL, GLENN A. CAPALBO, DAVID BOLTON and the AUDUBON SOCIETY OF RHODE ISLAND V. KELLY & PICERNE, INC., No. 05-1193 (December 6, 2010)

FERNELYS BREA VS STATE OF RHODE ISLAND, No. 10-4426 (Re:08-1544A) (December 3, 2010)

In re Grand Jury, No. 10-6719A (December 3, 2010)

SAVINE VANN, Individually and as the Natural Parent and Guardian of Minor SINNARA VANN vs WOMEN & INFANTS HOSPITAL, No. 01-3972 (December 2, 2010)

STATE OF RHODE ISLAND vs. GARY SANTOS, No.10-0262 (December 1, 2010)

Elizabeth Houghton and Maria D. Mendy, v. Gary Alexander, Director of the RI Department of Human Services, No. 10-5625 (November 29, 2010)

Breakwater Village Condominium Association v. Breakwater Village, Inc. and One Offshore Road Condominium Association, Inc., No. 08-0017 (November 23, 2010)

Donald Panarello v. State of Rhode Island, Department of Corrections, Ashbel T. Wall, in his capacity as Director of the Department of Corrections, and Employee's Retirement System of Rhode Island, by and through its Executive Director, Frank J. Karpinski, No. 03-5569 (November 23, 2010)

GTech Corporation and West Greenwich Technology Associates, L.P. v. Kent County Water Authority and the State of Rhode Island Division of Public Utilities and Carriers, No. 09-3537 (November 18, 2010)

Lynn Thurston, and Pamela Rohdenburg v. Zoning Board of Review for the Town of Portsmouth, by and through its members James E. Nott, James E. Edwards, Michael Lyga, Kennerth A. James, Jr. and Byron J. Hall and James Seveney and Valerie Seveney, No. 08-157 (November 15, 2010)

Pheonex-Times Publishing Company d/b/a East Bay Newspapers; Josh Bickford; Rhode Island Affiliate, American Civil Liberties Union, Inc. and Steven Brown v. Barrington School Committee; James Hasenfus, in his official capacity as a member of the Barrington School Committee; Robert E. Shea, Jr., in his official capacity as a member of the Barrington School Committee; Patrick Guida, in his official capacity as a member of the Barrington School Committee, Thomas R. Flanagan; in his official capacity as a member of the Barrington School Committee, and Amy Page Oberg; in her official capacity as a member of the Barrington School Committee, No. 09-4665 (November 15, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. David Olson, No. 04-0068 (November 12, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Michael Cagnon, No. 04-4133 (November 12, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Nicole Zuena, No. 02-1997 (November 12, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Thomas Kelly, No. 04-2321 (November 12, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Anna M. Mathias, No. 04-3597 (November 12, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. James Briggs, No. 94-1248 (November 12, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Joseph W. Warzycha, III, No. 02-1291 (November 12, 2010)

Francis B. Sargent, Jr. and Coastline Trust Company, as Co-Trustees of th eDiane M. Sargent Revocable Trust - 1998, No. 08-1429 (November 12, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Eileen Morrice, No. 03-0773 (November 12, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. James Deady, No. 04-2617 (November 12, 2010)

Louis Calenda and Debra Calenda v. Johnston Zoning Board of Review, No. 09-1357 (November 10, 2010)

Kevin Collins v. John Morgan, No. 06-1078 (November 10, 2010)

Vincent DiPaolo v. A. Michael Marques, in his capacity as Director of the Department of Business Regulations, No. 08-0352 (November 9, 2010)

The Hopeworth Community Association, Inc.; the Mary Rose Sawicki Family Trust; Richard Silver and Jane Silver, Individually and in their capacities as Beneficiaries of the Mary Rose Sawicki Family Trust; and Gary L. Lincoln and Joyce L. Lincoln v. The town of Bristol, Rhode Island, No. 08-4600 (November 8, 2010)

MOUSSEAU CONTRACT FLOORING, INC. v PARAGON MILLS INC. No. 08-6480   CONSOLIDATED WITH DILLON ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS, INC.  A/K/A DILLON ACOUSTICAL CEILING, INC. v. PARAGON MILLS INC.,  No. 08-6615; APOLLO ROOFING & SHEET METAL, INC. v. PARAGON MILLS LLC, No. 08-7200 and  STRUEVER BROS. ECCLES & ROUSE, INC. H.S.I. CONSTRUCTION v. PARAGON MILLS LLC, No.  09-1797 and STRUEVER BROS. ECCLES & ROUSE, INC., H.W. ELLIS PAINTING COMPANY, INC. VS. PARAGON MILLS LLC and STRUEVER BROS. ECCLES & ROUSE, INC. No. 09-2580   (November 8, 2010)

Scott Davis v. JT Building and Development, LLC, No. 07-4683 (November 5, 2010)

Daniel A. Curran and Karen E. Curran v. Eve M. Leach, Heather M. Leach, and Eve Leach, as Guardian for Grantland G. Leach, No. 07-0441 (November 4, 2010)

David Mielke v. South County Post & Bean Inc., No. 10-290 (October 29, 2010)

Dorothy M. Bessette v. The Miriam Hospital, No. 10-898 (October 29, 2010)

Gilbert Vasquez v. Sportsman's Inn, No. 09-3131 (October 26, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Christopher Thornton, No. 06-0595 (October 21, 2010)

John Galvin v. Employees' Retirement System of The State of Rhode Island, No. 09-6797 (October 20, 2010)

Interstate Navigation Company d/b/a The Block Island Ferry v. The Coastal Resources Management Council and Ballards Wharf Realty, LLC, f/k/a Marion C. Filippi, No. 05-6081 and Interstate Nav Company and Block Island Ferry Services, LLC v. The Coastal resources Management Council and Ballards Wharf Realty, LLC f/k/a Marion C. Filippi, No. 05-6088 (October 19, 2010)

MARK A. PFEIFFER, in his capacity as Receiver for the City of Central Falls V.  CHARLES MOREAU, in his individual capacity and in his official capacity as Mayor of the City of Central Falls; WILLIAM BENSON, JR., in his   individual capacity and in his official   capacity as President of the City Council  for the City of Central Falls; RICHARD   AUBIN, JR., in his individual capacity and  in his official capacity as a member of the City Council for the City of Central Falls; EUNICE DELAHOZ, in her   individual  capacity and in her official capacity as  a member of the City Council for the City of Central Falls; PATRICK J.  SZLASTHA, in his individual capacity  and in his official capacity as a member of the City Council for the City of Central Falls; and JAMES DIOSSA, in his individual capacity and in his official capacity as a member of the City Council for the City of Central Falls;10-5615 CONSOLIDATED WITH  C.A. No. PB 10-5672; CHARLES D. MOREAU, in his capacity  as Mayor of the City of Central Falls, and individually; the CITY COUNCIL   FOR THE CITYOF CENTRAL FALLS;  WILLIAM BENSON, JR., in his capacity  as a member of the City Council for the   City of Central Falls; RICHARD AUBIN, JR., in his capacity as a member of the City Council for the City of Central Falls; EUNICE DELAHOZ, in her capacity as a   : member of the City Council for the  City of Central Falls; and PATRICK J. SZLASTHA, in his capacity as a member of the City Council for the City of  Central Falls;JUSTICE MARK A. PFEIFFER in his  capacity as Appointed Receiver to the City of Central Falls; ROSEMARY BOOTH GALLOGLY, in her capacity as Director of the Department of Revenue and Director  of the Department of Administration; and JAMES DIOSSA, in his capacity as a  member of the City Council for the City  of Central Falls, No. 10-5672 CONSOLIDATED   (October 18, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Kimberly Mawson, No. 05-0277 (October 18, 2010)

Central Falls Housing Authority and Milad Shabo, in his capacity as Chair of the Commissioners for Central Falls Housing Authority v. Mark A. Pfeiffer, in his capacity as Receiver for the City of Central Falls, No. 10-5580 (October 18, 2010)

Pasco Raimondo and Susan Raimondo v. W. Micheal Sullivan, in his official capacity as Director, Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, No. 04-6652 (Corrected) (October 14, 2010)

Pasco Raimondo and Susan Raimondo v. W. Micheal Sullivan, in his official capacity as Director, Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, No. 04-6652 (October 14, 2010)

ING Life Insurance and Annuity co., Inc. f/k/a AETNA Life Insurance and Annuity Co. v. Joseph French, Phyllis Allsop, Mary Croce, Louis Croce, Nicholas Croce, and the Estate of Debrorah French, No. 07-6366 (October 13, 2010)

Elizabeth Boyer, individually, and by and for her minor son, Jeremy Bowen; et al v. Jeremiah S. Jeremiah et al, No. 10-1858 (October 8, 2010)

CFN, Inc., Frank Zabatta and Wanda Zabatta v. Drake Petroleum Company, Inc., No. 09-5630 (September 30, 2010)

Federal National Mortage Association v. Dean Manor Conominium Association and Shirley Hurd as trustee and the Shirley Hurd Revocable Trust, No. 10-2287 (September 21, 2010)

Amico G. Truppa, Michael R. Truppa, Donna M. Rainone, and Ronald d. Truppa v. Town of Lincoln, by and through Steve Woerner, in his capacity as Finance Director of the Town of Lincoln, No. 04-6726 (September 17, 2010)

Alan R. Sharp and Pearl Hopkins v. AFC-Holcroft, et al, No. 08-6456 (September 16, 2010)

David F. Miller v. Metropolitan Property and casualty Insurance, Amica Mutual Insurance Company, Amica Property and Casualty Insurance Company, and Allstate Insurance Company, Inc., No. 09-0924 (September 7, 2010) (Amended)

David F. Miller v. Metropolitan Property and casualty Insurance, Amica Mutual Insurance Company, Amica Property and Casualty Insurance Company, and Allstate Insurance Company, Inc., No. 09-0924 (September 7, 2010)

Michael English v. State of Rhode Island and Ashbel T. Wall, Director, Rhode Island Department of Corrections, No. 10-4217 (September 3, 2010) (Amended)

Michael English v. State of Rhode Island and Ashbel T. Wall, Director, Rhode Island Department of Corrections, No. 10-4217 (September 3, 2010)

Justin Pine v. State of Rhode Island and Ashbel T. Wall, Director, Rhode Island Department of Corrections, No. 10-4124 (September 3, 2010)

Rhode Island Airport Corporation v. Rhode Island Council 94, A.F.S.C.M.E., AFL-CIO, and Local 2873, No. 09-4178 (August 31, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Elliott Nelson, No. 03-2826 (August 31, 2010)

STATE OF RHODE ISLAND V, ELLIOTT NELSON, Nos. 03-2826A, 04-1539A (August 31, 2010)

RHODE ISLAND AIRPORT CORPORATION V. RHODE ISLAND COUNCIL 94, A.F.S.C.M.E., AFL-CIO, and LOCAL 2873, No. 09-4178 Consolidated with 08-1079 (August 31, 2010)

Charles Burns, Peter D'Amario, as Trustee of the Peter and Maria D'Amario Trust, Patricia Ganek, Richard H. Koziara, Anne Liddell, Charles and Selena Mangan, Jane McCool, Paul Miller, Leslie Parks, as Trustee of the Parks Trust, Michael and Elyse Spalding, and Bernard and Barbara Ward v. Mooreland Farm Condominium Association, No. 07-0610 (August 27, 2010)

Wellington Condominium Association, Wellington Hotel Owners Association, John Rizzo, Arthur Leonard, and Frederick Howayeck v. Wellington Cove Condominium Association, Wellington on the Harbor Condominium Owners' Association, Inc., Harrington Court Condominium, LLC, No. 07-0353 (August 25, 2010)

Jackson National Life Insurance Company v. Adam J. Howe (a minor) a/k/a/ Adam James Howe, James P. Howe, as Trustee for Adam James Howe, and James R. Howe, No. 06-1643 (August 19, 2010)

State of Rhode Island Department of Corrections v. Rhode Island Brotherhood of Correctional Officers, by and through its President Richard Ferruccio and its Secretary, Michael Hogan, No. 08-4416 (August 18, 2010)

Frederick N. Levinger v. Providence Watch Hospital, LLC; No. 09-3687; Frederick N. Levinger v. Speidel, LLC, Consolidated with No. 09-3688 (August 13, 2010)

Stephen Charette and Susan Charette v. Louis J. Pezza, Jr., Louis J. Pezza and Isabelle C. Pezza, No. 09-908 (August 12, 2010)

Farah Paul v. State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, No. 06-0287 (August 10, 2010)

Kenneth W. DeHertogh v. Normand Beauregard and Yvonne E. Seggerman, Alias, No. 02-6318 consolidated with Theodore G. Faltus and Maria Elisa A. Faltus v. Normand Beauregard and Yvonne E. Seggerman, Alias, No. 02-6317 (02-6317)

School Committee of the Town of North Providence and Donna Ottaviano, in her Capacity as the Superintendent of Schools v. Rhode Island Laborers' District Council, Public Employees Local Union 1033, No. 10-2320 (August 6, 2010)

Kathleen Gemma, Individually and in her capacity as the Administratrix of the Estate of Anthony Gemma v. Dawn M. Simas, Town Hall Lanes, Inc., Fried Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a Mr. Briggs Saloon, and Met-Cap Management, LLC, No. 07-3327 (August 6, 2010)

Scott Adams, et al., Individually, Collectively, and as Representatives of a class of Similarly Situated Persons v. Michael Minardi, in his capacity as the Tax Assessor of the Town of Barrington, et al, No. 09-2964 (August 4, 2010)

Rosemary Davidson v. National Education Association Middletown, No. 07-0396 (August 3, 2010)

Bank of America, N.A., Trustee under the will and codicil of George Bucklin v. Rhode Island Boy Scourts, Beneficiary, Parick C. Lynch, Attorney General, No. 09-2701 (August 2, 2010)

Charles Burns, Peter D'Amario, as Trustee of the Peter and Maria D'Amario Trust, Patricia Ganek, Richard H. Koziara, Anne Liddell, Charles and Selena Mangan, Jane McCool, Paul miller, Leslie Parks, as Trustee of the Leslie Parks Trust, Michael and Elyse Spalding, and Bernard and Barbara Ward, No. 07-0610 (July 29, 2010)

David Coutu v. State of Rhode Island, No. 08-4598 (July 29, 2010)

Keven McKenne, P.C. v. Jennifer Poisson, No. 09-4826 (July 28, 2010)

Francis B. Woodcock Limited Partnership for Real Estate v. Little Compton Zoning Board of Appeal, by and through its Members, Fredrick Buhrendorf, Chair, Franklin H. Pond, Secretary, L. Graeme Bell, III, Member, Antone Marion Jr., Member, and Eugene Paulli, Member, Michael Mello in his capacity as Building Official and Gordon L. Parker, Jr., No. 08-0052 (July 23, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. John Eddy, No. 04-1286 (July 23, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. John Eddy, No. 04-1286 (July 23, 2010) (Motion - DNA Testing)

MURRAY MARKETING, INC. d/b/a MURRAY OUTDOOR COMMUNICATIONS V. PATRICK C. LYNCH, in his offical capacity as Attorney General for the State of Rhode Island and MICHAEL P. LEWIS in his capacity as head of the Rhode Island Department of Transportation, No. 00-5010 (July 22, 2010)

CUMBERLAND TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION V. CUMBERLAND SCHOOL COMMITTEE, No. 09-554 (July 21, 2010)

ALLEN J DRESCHER, TRUSTEE OF LITTLE COMPTON REALTY TRUST v. SIGUARD D JOHANNESSEN, No. 06-0497 (July 20, 2010)

REILLY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS INC., d/b/a RELCO, INC., MICHAEL McSHEFFREY, ROBERT RUTLEDGE, JOHN BREWER, and RAY BOMBARDIER V. STATE OF RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND TRAINING, THROUGH ITS DIRECTOR ADELITA S. OREFICE, No. 06-2697 (July 20, 2010)

STATE OF RHODE ISLAND v. IGNATIUS DELEKTA, No. 09-3852 (July 16, 2010)

WYNN BLANTON and LAUREN BLANTON Individually and as Parents, Natural Guardians, and Next-of-Friends to their minor child, ANDREW BLANTON v. KENNETH LITTLEFIELD, TRUST c/o JOHN B. MURPHY, No. 08-7508 (July 14, 2010)

FERNANDO LORA VS. STATE OF RHODE ISLAND, No. 09-3518 (July 12, 2010)

FERNANDO LORA VS. STATE OF RHODE ISLAND, No. 09-3518 (July 20, 2010) (Amended)

JAMES C. HALPIN, BENTLEY VENTURES, LLC v. WILLIAM HENDERSON, BRIAN HENDERSON, No. 10-2193 ( July 9, 2010)

Joseph Perry v. State of Rhode Island, No. 02-1591 (July 7, 2010)

New Life Worship Center v. Town of Smithfield Zoning Board of Review, No. 09-0924 (July 7, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Carl White, No. 04-0274 (July 7, 2010)

BERNARD BEAUCHEMIN, ROBERT GREGORY, RICHARD GUDZ, MILTON CAREY, LUCIEN OUELETTE, DONALD GOSSELIN, PHILIP DUARTE, GERRY MENARD, RAYMOND MERCIER, DOUGLAS CONNELL, NORMAND GAMACHE, CHARLES ALLARD, MICHAEL SWEENEY, ROGER FREDETTE, J. KEVIN MCKENNA, RONALD PENNINGTON, R. BRUCE MACULAN, EDMUND HARPIN, OSCAR SEVIGNY, OMER FRAPPIER, HAROLD MARZINI, DONALD BEAUREGARD, GERARD BRULE, RAYMOND LEMOINE, WILLIAM MACK, RODNEY REMBLAD, RICHARD DEZIEL, PAUL SAN SOUCI, MICHAEL RICHARDSON, DIANE BROWN, BRIAN KANE, MICHAEL HOULE, DAVID CREPEAU, RICHARD FLOOD, and JOHN DOES, Alias, (unknown retirees) vs. CITY OF WOONSOCKET, SUE ELLEN BEALS, in her capacity as Treasurer of the City of Woonsocket, and LEO T. FONTAINE, in his capacity as Mayor of the City of Woonsocket, No. 10-2066 (July 6, 2010)

Robert Murphy v. State of Rhode Island Department of Human Services, No. 09-2883 (July 1, 2010)

Town of North Providence v. Sergeant David Drezek, in his capacity as President of the North Providence Police Lodge #13, Fraternal Order of Police; and Dennis Stone, in is capacity as Secretary of the North Providence Police Lodge #13, Fraternal Order of Police, No. 09-5835 (June 29, 2010)

Patrick J. Marso v. Bradford Soap International, Inc., The original Bradford Soap Works, Inc., Bradford Soap Mexico, Inc., and Hewitt Soap Works, Inc., No. 07-6054 (June 25, 2010)

Garfield Avenue Development, LLC, and The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company, LLC v. Curtis Ponder, David Imondi, Joy Montanaro, Edward diMuccio, and Frank Corrao, in their Capacities as Members of the City of Cranston Zoning Board of Review, No. 09-3675 (June 25, 2010)

STATE OF RHODE ISLAND v. AUTUMN RUSSELL, No. 09-267 (June 18, 2010)

JCM, LLC vs. JOHN F. WARD, in his capacity as Finance Director for the Town of Lincoln, Rhode Island and RAYMOND A. ARSENAULT, in his capacity as a member of the Zoning Board of Review for the Town of Lincoln and KRISTEN A. RAO, in her capacity as a member of the Zoning Board of Review for the Town of Lincoln and DAVID J. GOBIELLE, in his capacity as a member of the Zoning Board of Review for the Town of Lincoln and GABRIELLA I. HALMI, in her capacity as a member of the Zoning Board of Review for the Town of Lincoln and ARTHUR S. RUSSO, JR., in his capacity as a member of the Zoning Board of Review for the Town of Lincoln and JOHN BART, in his capacity as a member of the Zoning Board of Review for the Town of Lincoln and JINA KARAMPETSOS, in her capacity as a member of the Zoning Board of Review for the Town of Lincoln, No. 07-3050 Consolidated with No. 08-4496 (June 18, 2010)

DONALD L. CRAMER INDIVIDUALLY AND AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF MARY E. CRAMER V. DAVID OLSEN, TREASURER CITY OF WARWICK, No. 08-36 (June 16, 2010)

CUMBERLAND SCHOOL COMMITTEE V. CUMBERLAND TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION N.E.A. and Ms. KIMBERLY OTERO, No. 10-1922 (June 15, 2010)

ANGEL REYES V. STATE OF RHODE ISLAND, No. 10-777 (June 8, 2010)

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. vs. WALTER ZAMAN, No. 07-1690 (May 28, 2010)

1875 DIVISION ROAD, LLC v. JOSEPH RUSSOLINO, JOSEPH ZENGA, JENNIFER FAIRBANK, ROBERT DURANT, and MICHAEL BATTEY, in their capacities as Members of the Zoning Board of Review for the Town of East Greenwich, No. 07-1444 (May 27, 2010)

1875 DIVISION ROAD, LLC v. JOSEPH RUSSOLINO, JOSEPH ZENGA, JENNIFER FAIRBANK, ROBERT DURANT, and MICHAEL BATTEY, in their capacities as Members of the Zoning Board of Review for the Town of East Greenwich, No. 07-1444 (June 7, 2010) (Amended)

STATE OF RHODE ISLAND, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS v. RHODE ISLAND PROBATION AND PAROLE ASSOCIATION, No. 08-7067 (May 26, 2010)

ARTHUR J. TOEGEMANN v. LOUISE RICH, LOUIS LACASCIO, THE CITY OF CRANSTON, and THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND, No. 09-6830 (May 26, 2010)

STATE OF RHODE ISLAND, by and through PATRICK LYNCH, ATTORNEY GENERAL Plaintiff V. LEAD INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION, INC., et al. Defendants and Third-Party Plaintiffs V. RHODE ISLAND HOUSING AND MORTGAGE FINANCE CORPORATION, by and through RICHARD H. GODFREY, Executive Director, JOHN DOE PROPERTY OWNERS, AND OTHER JOHN DOES Third-Party Defendants, No. 99-5226 (May 25, 2010)

STATE OF RHODE ISLAND v. DARRELL CORIANDER, No. 08-278A (May 18, 2010)

CHRISTOPHER BUONANNO as EXECUTOR of the ESTATE of JENNIE SPIRITO vs, VILLAGE AT WATERMAN LAKE, L.P. VILLAGE RETIREMENT COMMUNITES LLC, and D&P REALTY, INC., No. 06-5797 (May 17, 2010)

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, as Trustee under Pooling and Servicing Agreement dated as of November 1, 2005, Morgan Stanley Home Equity Loan Trust 2005 – 4 Mortgage Pass-through Certificates, Series 2005-4 v. CITY OF PROVIDENCE, JOHN A. MURPHY, in his capacity as Acting Recorder of Deeds, No. 10-1240 (May 17, 2010)

 

FRANK CALIRI, CHERYL CALIRI, and AETNA MFG. CO., INC v. THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND, CARDI CORPORATION, NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION, a/k/a AMTRAK, AECOM USA, INC. f/k/a, DMJM + HARRIS INC., SAFECO INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA AND GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA,No 09-0051 (May 14, 2010)

 

JOHN J. PRZYGODA, M.D., Individually and in his capacity as Successor to the Trustee of John J. Przygoda, M.D. Pension Plan  C.A. No. PB 09-1336 V. CLIFFORD J. DECK, CPA, INC., CLIFFORD J. DECK, Individually, JOHN A. LEMME, Individually, in his capacity as  Agent for Pacific Life Insurance Company and as a broker for Blue Chip Financial Partners, Inc., BLUE CHIP FINANCIAL PARTNERS, INC., INNOVATIVE  PENSION STRATEGY & DESIGN, THE GRADUATRE GROUP, INC., PACIFIC LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 09-1336 (May 12, 2010)      

 

NISA VILLAREAL, a minor, P.P.A LISA A VILLAREAL v. SANDRA DEROBBIO-VILLAREAL, No. 09-5957 (May 5, 2010)

ADVANTAGE GLASS COMPANY V. SBER ROYAL MILLS COTTON SHED LLC; COTTON SHED FEDERAL LLC; ROYAL MILLS FEDERAL LLC;  STRUEVER BROS. ECCLES AND ROUSE, INC., No. 09-414 (May 4, 2010)

PARMAND RAMPAL VS. STATE OF RHODE ISLAND, No. 08-1394 (May 4, 2010)

JOHN BERGANTINI V. RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS REGULATIONS, No. 05-2123 (April 28, 2010)

CITY OF PAWTUCKET VS. PAWTUCKET ZONING BOARD OF REVIEW, RAYMOND M. GANNON, JAMES KAREEMO, LISA A. KELLY-PINSONNEAULT, JOHN P. ASERMELY, RUSSELL J. FERLAND, GEORGE SHABO, DOUGLAS S. McKINNON, in their capacities as members of the PAWTUCKET ZONING BOARD OF REVIEW, No. 10-0879 (April 28, 2010)

SCHOOL COMMITTEE OF THE TOWN OF NORTH PROVIDENCE AND DONNA OTTAVIANO, IN HER CAPACITY AS THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS  V. RHODE ISLAND LABORERS' DISTRICT COUNCIL, PUBLIC EMPLOYEES LOCAL 1033, No. 10-0025 (April 26, 2010) 

NORTHERN SITE CONTRACTORS  v. SBER ROYAL MILLS, LLC and SBER     ROYAL MILLS COTTON SHED, LLC  No. 2008-1190 CONSOLIDATED WITH: SHERIDAN ELECTRIC, INC. v.     SBER ROYAL MILLS, LLC, No. 2008-1247, SHERIDAN ELECTRIC, INC. v.  SBER ROYAL MILLS COTTON SHED, LLC, ET AL. RUSTIC FIRE PREVENTION, INC.   v.  SBER ROYAL MILLS COTTON SHED, LLC, ET AL. No. 2008-1396, ROOFING CONCEPTS, INC.     v. SBER ROYAL MILLS COTTON SHED,  LLC, ET AL., No. 2008-1445, WESTBAY WELDING &   FABRICATION, INC.  v.  SBER ROYAL MILLS, LLC. & ROYAL   MILLS FEDERAL, LLC, No. KITCHENS INTERNATIONAL, INC.  v. SBER ROYAL MILLS, LLC & ROYAL    MILLS FEDERAL, LLC. , No.2008-1473, GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY,   INC.    v.  SBER ROYAL MILLS, LLC & ROYAL  MILLS FEDERAL, LLC, No. 2008-1482, EAGLE CARPET, INC.  v.    SBER ROYAL MILLS, LLC. No. 2008-1504, GEM PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY, INC. v.  SBER ROYAL MILLS, LLC., No. 2008-1524, JOSEPH TAVONE PAINTING CO., INC.:   v.   (FORMERLY P.M. 2008-4544) SBER ROYAL MILLS, LLC. K.M. 2008-1572   NORTHEAST STEEL CORPORATION INC.  v.  SBER ROYAL MILLS, LLC, ET AL., NO. K.M. 2008-1574,   JESMAC, INC.  v.   SBER ROYAL MILLS, LLC, K.M. 2008-1695  JESMAC, INC.  v.   SBER ROYAL MILLS, LLC, ET AL. , No. 2008-1696, J. D. CEMENT WORKS, INC. v.  SBER ROYAL MILLS COTTON SHED,   LLC, ET AL.,  No. 2008-1718,  EAGLE CORNICE CO., INC. v.   SBER ROYAL MILS, LLC., ET AL., No. 2009-1207 (April 21, 2010)

Stephen Iadevaia v. Town of Scituate Zoning Board of Review, No. 09-1565 (April 19, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Joshua Adams, No. 08-175 (April 19, 2010)

Pennsylvania General Insurance Company v. Matthew Taliercio, No. 08-2770 (April 19, 2010)

Patricia Botelho, Walter Byrnes, Joan Calabro, Karen Carrell, Matilda Correia, Mary Jane Dion, Diane Drywa, Dolores Flanagan, Margaret Garant, Estelle Petit, Linda Ruddy, Louise Shea, Margaret Silva, Beverly Walsh, Glenn Watson, and Mary Ellen Zuba v. City of Pawtucket School Department, by and through its Superintendent, Hans Dellith; and the Pawtucket School Comittee, by and through its members, John Baxter, Jr., Joanne Bonollo, James Chelleil, Jr., David Coughlin, Gordon Gould, Nicole Nordquist, and Amy-Lynn Zolt, No. 08-7136 (April 12, 2010)

J. Class Management, Inc. v. Rebecca McSweeny, Elizabeth Minifie, marvin Abney, Michael Martin and Martin Cohen, in their official capacity as Members of the Zoning Board of Review of the City of Newport, The newport Group, LLC and Eastern Ice Co., Inc. f/k/a Nice Ice, Inc., No. 08-0521 (April 9, 2010)

Rebecca E. Brook, in her capacity as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Education Partnership, Inc. v. The Education Partnership, Inc., No. 08-4185 (April 8, 2010)

Votta & Votta Law Offices, LTD v. Surama Elizabeth Silvestri, No. 07-4770 (April 8, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Mark Barton, No. 09-0305 (April 7, 2010)

RAITO, INC., Plaintiff V. CARDI CORPORATION, Defendant and Third-Party Plaintiff and SAFECO INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA AND GENERAL INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA, Defendants V. STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION, DIVISION OF PURCHASES and WESTERN SURETY COMPANY Third-Party Defendants, (Reconsideration), No. 07-3235 ( July 14, 2010)

Raito, Inc. v. Cardi Corporation, No. 07-3235 (April 5, 2010)

Warwick School Committee v. Warwick Independent School Employees' Union, ("WISE"), Cherie Nickerson, in her Capacity as President of WISE, JOYCE ROWAN, in her Capacity as Recording Secretary of WISE and MARY TOWNSEND, in her Capacity as Executive Board Secretary of WISE, No. 09-1487 (April 1, 2010)

Marc Zaccagnini v. Town of Johnston Police Department, No. 08-2377 (March 30, 2010)

Carlie Asbury and Thomas Asbury v. A.W. Chesterton Company, et al, No. 07-2351 (march 29, 2010)

Gregory G. Holmes v. Town of Charlestown Zoning Board of Review v. Intervenors Richard T. Stabnick, Sheryl Stabnick, Jennifer Jy Stabnick, Courtney Claire Stabnick, and Ferdie Bettinger, No. 08-0387 (March 26, 2010)

W. Michael Sullivan, in his capacity as Director of the State of Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management v. Town of Coventry and Town of Middletown, No. 09-6217 (March 24, 2010)

Brian McElroy v. Employees Retirement Board of Rhode Island, No. 09-2310 (March 24, 2010)

Ronald Fatulli v. Bowen's Wharf Co., Inc., No. 00-12 (March 22, 2010)

W. Michael Sullivan, in his capacity as Director of the State of Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management v. Town of Coventry and Town of Middletown, No. 09-6217 (March 17, 2010)

East Providence School Committee, Mario Cirillo, in his capacity as Superintendant of Schools, The City of East Providence; through it sfianance Director, James mcDonald; Joseph S. Larisa, Jr., Robert E. Cusack, Brian G. Coogan, Valerie A. Perry, and Bruce Ditraglia, in their capacities as Members of the East Providence City Council; Joseph S. Larisa, Jr., in his capacity as Mayor of the City of East Providence; and Richard Brown, in his capacity as Manager of the City of East Providence v. East Providence Education Association; Rhode Island stat Labor Relations Board; Walter J. Lanni, Frank J. Montanaro, Gerald S. Goldstein, Ellen L. Jordan, John R. Capobianco, and Elizabeth S. Dolan, in their capacities as Members of the Rhode island Board of Regents for Elementary and Secondary Education; Robert G. Flanders, Jr., Patrick A. Guida, Colleen A. Callagan, May Beretta, Betsy P. Shimbert, Frank Caprio, Anna Cano-Morales, Angus M. Davis, and Karen Forbes, in their capacites as Members of the Board of Reegents for Elementary and Secondary Education; Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education; and Deborah A. Gist, in her capacity as Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education, No. 09-1421 (March 15, 2010)

 

Vincent Mesolella and CVDDI, LLC v. Michael Phillips, in his capacity as the Town of Smithfield Town Planner; Randy R. Rossi, in his capacity as the Town of Smithfield Finance Director; John Steere, in his capacity as Chairman of the Town of Smithfield Planning Board; Kevin Gendron, Michael Moan, Stephen Davis, Bruce Baumier, David Tassoni, Catherine Lynn, and Rudy D'Agostino, in their capacities as Members of the Town of Smithfield Planning Board, No. 09-4060

Kenneth Panciera and Joanne Panciera v. Ashaway Pines, LLC, No. 07-0836 (March 12, 2010) (Amended Decision)

Everett McCain v. The Town of North Providence, by and through its Mayor, Charles Lombardi, No. 09-4878 (March 11, 2010)

Joseph F. Alessi v. Bowen Court Condominium and Janet O'Rourke in her capacity as President, Bowen Court Condominium Assocation, No. 03-0235 (March 10, 2010)

A.F. Homes, LLC v. John Ward, in his capacity as the Town Finance Director of the Town of Lincoln, and Albert V. Ranaldi, Jr., in his capacity as the Town Planner and the Administrative Officer to the Planning board of the Town of Lincoln, No. 09-1145 (March 8, 2010)

Keven A. McKenna, P.C. and Keven A. McKenna v. Sumner Stone, et al, No. 09-4179 (March 4, 2010)

KEVEN A. MCKENNA, P.C. and KEVEN A. MCKENNA v. SUMNER STONE, SANDRA POWELL in her Capacity as Director of the R.I. Department of Labor and Training, BEACON MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, GEORGE HEALY in his capacity as Administrator of the R.I. Workers Compensation Court, and PAUL SUTTELL in his Capacity as the Statutory Administrator of the Judicial Department, No. 09-4179 (May 19, 2010)  

America Condominium Association, Inc., Capella South Condominium Association, Inc., and Harbor Houses Condominium Association, Inc. v. IDC Inc., IDC Properties, Inc., and Thomas R. Roos, No. 99-0232 (March 1, 2010)

City of Woonsocket v. John R. Dionne; Charles Baldelli, in his Capacity as Chairman of the Woonsocket Personnel Board; James Carney, in his Capacity as a Member of the Woonsocket Personnel Board; and Constance Gauthier, in her Capacity as a Member of the Woonsocket Personnel Board, No. 08-0400; Consolidated with John R. Dionne v. City of Woonsocket and Carol Touzin, in her Capacity as City Treasurer, No.  08-2805 (February 26, 2010)

Hope Drury Goddard, Margaret G. Leeson, R.H. Ives Goddard III, Moses B.I. Goddard, Hope Leeson Mills, Robert Leeson, III, Margaret Hazard leeson, Benjamin Dix Leeson, Charlotte I. Goddard, Thomas P.O. Goddard, Jr., Elizabeth G. Goddard, Caroline H. Goddard, Jesse Goddard, and Benjamin Goddard, as Beneficiaries of a certain trust established under the Will of Margaret H. Goddard; and William H.D. Goddard and Thomas P.I. Goddard, as Co-Trustees and Beneficiaries of a certain trust established under the Will of Margaret H. Goddard v. Bank of America, N.A., as Trustee of certain trust established under the Will of Margaret H. Goddard, No. 09-6232; Hope Drury Goddard, et al v. Bank of America, N.A., et al, No. 09-6233; Hope Drury Goddard, et al v. Bank of America, N.A., et al, No. 09-6234; Hope Drury Goddard, et al v. Bank of America, N.A., et al, No. 09-6235 (Filed February 24, 2010)

Charles S. Faber and Karen M. Faber v. Francine A. McVay a/d/a Francine A. Ledo; Wickford Insurance Agency, Inc.; Lauren Albright; Mastors & Servant, LTD; Judith Gordon; Marketing Associates Insurance Agency, Inc.; Chubb Group of Insurance Companies a/k/a Chubb Indemnity Insurance Company and Chubb National Insurance Co.; Jane Doe; and ABC Corporation, No. 09-4512

In re Mark Jackson Grand Jury, No. 09-6902 (February 23, 2010)

Cathy Fedora v. Bruce Werber, D.P.M.; Roger Williams Medical Center; The Miriam Hospital; Siamak Barkhordian, M.D.; Basmaa Ali, M.D.; Anthony L. Moulton, M.D., Kamel Norteye Addo, M.D.; Darren P. DiIulio, D.P.M; Foot & Ankle Institute of New England, Inc.; Providence Surgical Care Group; Seacoast Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, Inc.; John and Jane Doe, M.D., Alias; and John Doe Corporation, Alias, No. 07-6053 (February 22, 2010)

James Gardner v. Town of Charlestown, No. 08-0937 (February 22, 2010)

One Athenaeum Row, Inc. Association v. John M. Kelly, Arthur Strother, Andrea Underwood, Anthony Catuaro, and Daniel Varin, all in their official capacities as members of the City of Providence Zoning Board of Review, No. 07-1377 (February 22, 2010)

Athenaeum Row Condominium Association v. John M. Kelly, Arthur Strother, Andrea Underwood, Anthony Catuaro, and Daniel Varin, all in their official capacities as members of the City of Providence Zoning Board of Review, No. 07-1378 (February 22, 2010)

In re Irving Briggs Petition of A.T. Wall, Director, Rhode Island Department of Corrections, No. 05-5598 (February 19, 2010)

Frances Gammell-Roach v. John Howland and Bradford Soap International, Inc., No. 09-3501 (February 16, 2010)

The Court denied a Super. R. Civ. P. Rule 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss brought by Defendants, John Howland ("Howland") and Bradford Soap International, Inc. ("BSI") against Plaintiff Frances Gammell-Roach.  In her complaint, the Plaintiff has alleged that Howland has engaged in a long course of conduct which constitutes an oppressive freeze-out and a breach of the fiduciary duty owed by Howland to the Plaintiff.  Defendants argued for dismissal on Counts I, II, and V of the complaint asserting that such claims are derivative in nature and Plaintiff has failed to plead a derivative action as required by Super. R. Civ. P. Rule 23.1.  However, the Court held that the allegations in the Plaintiff’s complaint concern conduct of the Defendants which, when considered as a whole, could constitute an oppressive "freezing out" of the Plaintiff as a minority shareholder, as set forth by the Rhode Island Supreme Court in Hendrick v. Hendrick, 785 A.2d 784, 791-92 (R.I. 2004).  Therefore, Plaintiff has not failed to plead a derivative action under Rule 23.1, but rather has properly stated an individual claim for breach of fiduciary duty, for which she will be permitted to prove facts entitling her to relief. 

A.F. Homes, LLC v. John Ward, in his capacity as the Town Finance Director of the Town of Lincoln, and Albert V. Ranaldi, Jr., in his capacity as the Town Planner and the Administrative Officer to the Planning Board of the Town of Lincoln, No. 09-1145 (February 16, 2010)

David A. Marcantonio, D.D.S. v. Rhode Island Department of Health, Health Services Regullation, Board of Examiners in Dentistry, No. 08-6873 (February 12, 2010)

John L. Sweeney, and Theordore A. Platz, III, v.
Christine R. Reed
, No. 05-0565 (February 12, 2010)

Plaintiffs filed a complaint against Defendant, seeking payment of Defendant’s one-third share of a promissory note signed by all three parties, who were members of an LLC. The promissory note, executed on behalf of the LLC, was to be used as working capital for the operation of a restaurant. Defendant counterclaimed, alleging that Plaintiffs breached their fiduciary duties towards her, and thus she  was not liable for the debt.  

Following a non-jury trial,  this Court found that Defendant failed to prove that Plaintiffs breached any of the statutory fiduciary duties enumerated in the Rhode Island Limited Liability Company Act, G.L. 1956 § 7-16-17.  The Court found that Defendant signed the note, and therefore, she was liable to Plaintiffs in the amount of $22,376.39. 

Felicia Howard and Michael Hamel v. Greenwood Credit Union, No. 07-0928 (February 12, 1020)

The Court granted a motion to dismiss based upon lack of subject matter jurisdiction pursuant to Super. R. Civ. P. Rule 12(b)(1) on behalf of the Defendant, Greenwood Credit Union.  Felicia Howard and Michael Hamel (collectively, "Plaintiffs"), individually and on behalf of a yet-to-be-certified class of persons similarly situated, filed an amended class-action complaint ("Complaint") against the Defendant, seeking statutory damages and injunctive relief for alleged violations of G.L. 1956 §§ 6A-9-614, 616, and 625.  The Court denied Plaintiffs’ request for injunctive relief finding that in regard to allegedly defective UCC notices already received by the Plaintiffs, Plaintiffs are not at risk of suffering any immediate or imminent irreparable harm for which there is no adequate remedy at law.  Consequently, Plaintiffs’ Complaint did not fall within the equity jurisdiction of the Superior Court.  Additionally, the Court held that since the Defendant was a third party financier, the appropriate formula to assess statutory damages under § 6A-9-625 is the credit service charge formula.  Accordingly, Plaintiffs’ possible damages, calculated using such provision, can total only $4,906.66, an amount below the jurisdictional threshold of this Court. 

William O. Araujo v. State of Rhode Island, No. 09-0004 (February 12, 2010)

Petitioner submitted to the Superior Court an application for post-conviction relief pursuant to Rule 11 of the Superior Court Rules of Criminal Procedure.  The Superior Court granted Petitioner’s application because it determined Petitioner did not understand the nature of the charge to which he pled nolo contendere.  The Court vacated the plea because the plea colloquy from Petitioner’s 1994 burglary charge lacked any indication that the Petitioner knew and understood the elements constituting the crime of burglary.  Specifically, the Court noted that the judge accepting Petitioner’s plea never explained to Petitioner the essential elements of the charge, the judge never verified that Petitioner’s attorney explained the elements of the charge to him, and finally Petitioner never admitted to facts that constituted the crime of burglary. 

Beverly Haviland v. Brown University, No. 05-4270 (February 11, 2010)

Kenneth Panciera and Joanne Panciera v. Ashaway Pines, LLC, No. 07-0836 (February 9, 2010)

Town of Johnston v. International Brotherhood of Police Officers, Local 307, No. 08-7062 (February 8, 2010

Town of Johnston v. International Brotherhood of Police Officers, Local 307, No. 08-5956 (February 8, 2010

VVSI, Inc. a Rhode Island Business Corporation v. The City of Newport City Council, Charles Y. Duncan, Justin S. McLaughlin, Mary C. Connolly, Stephen C. Waluk, Jeanne-Marie Napolitano and Kathryn E. Leonard, individually, Laura Sitrin, Finance Director, and Edward LaValle, City Manager, No. 08-0530 (February 8, 2010)

Kevin M. Sheehan v. Town of North Smithfield, by and through its Finance Director, Richard F. Erickson, et al, No. 02-1647 (February 2, 2010)

Plaintiff, a former principal, claimed that the Town, through its School Committee, breached a verbal contract with him regarding salary and fringe benefits promised at his hiring and engaged in fraud, negligent misrepresentation, conspiracy and aiding and abetting to avoid paying him his due.  Plaintiff sought compensatory and punitive damages. 

After a non-jury trial, this Court denied all Plaintiff’s Counts—Breach of Contract, Promissory Estoppel, Fraud, Negligent Misrepresentation, Conspiracy, Aiding and Abetting, and Punitive Damages—with the exception of his request for reimbursement of four vacation days pursuant to an implied contract theory emanating from a then-currently enacted School Committee policy.  Because Plaintiff accrued, but did not use four vacation days during his final year of employment with the Town, this Court held that Plaintiff was due payment for those four days pursuant to the School Committee policy. 

For the remaining Breach of Contract and Promissory Estoppel Counts, this Court held that Plaintiff could not rely on alleged promises regarding salary and benefits from School Committee Members or the Superintendent, who all lacked actual authority to make binding contracts.  For the Fraud and Negligent Misrepresentation Counts, this Court found Plaintiff did not prove that Defendants or their agents made statements knowing their falsity and with the intent to deceive Plaintiff, nor did Plaintiff show that he justifiably relied on statements from individuals lacking actual authority.  Finally, for the Conspiracy and Aiding and Abetting Counts, without proving the existence of a valid underlying tort theory or the joint assent to commit an underlying tort, Plaintiff did not establish the claims derivative of Fraud and Negligent Misrepresentation. Finding that the Town’s actions did not rise to a level of criminality, this Court denied Plaintiff’s request for punitive damages.

 

Tidewater Realty, LLC v. State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, State of Rhode Island Department ofEnvironmental Management, and Rhode Island State Properties Committee, No. 05-3316 (February 2, 2010)

Furey Roofing and Construction Company, Inc. v. Emplyers Mutual Casualty Company, No. 09-0685 (February 1, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Paul Miller, No. 09-0223 (January 29, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Joseph Carter, No. 09-0454; State of Rhode Island v. Timothy Poland, No. 09-0455 (January 29, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. David Norman, No. 08-1791 (January 28, 2010)

Barbara Ramirez Johnston v. Estate of Raymond D. McCarthy and Ruth McCarthy, in her capacity as Executrix of the Estate of Raymond D. McCarthy and Individually, No. 08-3216 (January 28, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Thomas J. Lewis, No. 04-0503 (January 25, 2010)

Sovereign Bank v. David Fowlkes, Jr., Henry Seemore, Jr., MichelleGordon-Seemore, Ian Hardman and Jennifer Hardman, No. 08-4330 (January 25, 2010)

Gaudino Leite v. Irene M. Pimental, No. 03-3175 (January 25, 2010)

J. D. CEMENT WORKS, INC.  v. SBER ROYAL MILLS, LLC,    ROYAL MILLS FEDERAL LLC,    SBER  ROYAL MILLS COTTON SHED, LLC,   and COTTON SHED FEDERAL, LLC., No.  2008-1718 (Consolidated)

George W. Pirie v. 3960 Post Road, LLC, and Defelice Center Condomimum Association, d/k/a Bay Winds Condomimium Association, No. 09-0470 (January 21, 2010)

Gerald S. Kempen v. The Town of Middletown, R.I., by and through its Town Administrator, Shawn J. Brown; by and through its Finance Director, Lynne Dible; Paul M. Rodigures, in his capacity as President of the Town Council; Shirley R. Mello, in her capacity as Vice President of the Town Council; Barbara A. Barrow, in her capacity as member of the town Council, No. 08-0577 (January 15, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Edwin Marrrero, No. 06-3555 (January 14, 2010)

State of Rhode Island v. Keeper of Records, No. 09-1499 (January 14, 2010)

Drake Petroleum Co., Inc. v. City of Cranston Zoning Board of Review, by and through its members, Joy Montanaro, Edward DiMuccio, Frank Corrao, III, Adam Sepe and Steven Minicucci; Calvi Realty Co., Inc. and Stop & Shop Supermarket, Co., 08-7985 (January 14, 2010)

The Plum Beach Club v. Town of North Kingston Zoning Board of Review and Itamara Partners, No. 09-0009 (January 13, 2010)

Gary Tassone v. State of Rhode Island, No. 00-4624 (January 13, 2010)

Linda J. Spaight and Raymond R. Morris v. Bahram Shan-Hosseini, M.D. Reza Shah Hosseini, M.D. Jennifer Botte, M.D. and Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island, Amended, No. 04-6822 (January 13, 2010)

State of Rhode island v. Wayne Morris, No. 09-2087 (January 11, 2010)

Harold Hazard v. State of Rhode Island, No. 03-799 (January 11, 2010)

Timothy C. Harrington v. James Cardono, No. 05-0891 (January 8, 2010

Sand Trace, LLC v. Randy Rossi, in his capacity as the Finance Director of the Town of Smithfield; George D. McKinnon, Antonia S. Fonseca, S. James Busam, David L. Greene, Peter Fogarty, Gordon Stroupe, and John Kovolski in their capacity as Members of the Town of Smithfield Zoning Board of Review; And GERI DeAngelis, in her capacity as the Zoning Board of Review Clerk for the Town of Smithfield, No. 09-1768 (January 6, 2010)

G. Dale Dulgarian, in his Capacity as Trustee of the Krikor S. Dulgarian Trust of December 22, 1960 v. The Zoning Board of Review of the City of Providence, Myrth York, Scott Wolf, Arthur v. Strother, Michael E. Egan and Daniel W. Varin, in their capacities as Members of said Zoning Board, Thayer Realty Trust, and Shark Sushi Bar & Grill, No. 08-4182 (January 5, 2010)

Marilyn Downs and Erin Downs, a minor, 3M Company et al, No. 06-1710; Lisa Kroskob and Craig Kroskob v. AGCO, et al, 07-6435 (January 5, 2010)

The Narragansett Electric Company d/b/a National Grid v. Samuel Zira, Rochelle Zira and City Limits Auto Sales, Inc., No. 04-0796 (January 5, 2010)

Arnolda Improvement Corporation v. Bartlett and Company Antiques, Inc.; Boat Cove Dock Association; Chester T. Davis; David R. Bailey; Patricia J. Bailey; and Marilyn S. Ryan, No. 09-0019

  
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