Railroad Law
 
Domingo Ojeda v. Metropolitan Transportation Authority

New York, New York employment lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendant on a Federal Employer's Liability Act violation theory.

Plaintiff-Appellee Domingo Ojeda was employed as a police
officer by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (“MTA”), the
defendant-appellant in this case. While patrolling a railroad station,
Ojeda witnessed an incident between a man and... More...
   $0 (07-19-2022 - NY)

State of Oklahoma v. Kevin Andrew Wynes

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with second degree burglary in violation of 21 O.S. 1435, which provides:

A. Every person who breaks and enters the dwelling house of another, in which there is at the time no human being present, or any commercial building or any part of any building, room, booth, tent, railroad car or other structure or erecti... More...
   $0 (07-18-2022 - OK)

State of Oklahoma v. Noah James Wood

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with second-degree burglary in violation of 21 O.S. 1435, which provides:

A. Every person who breaks and enters the dwelling house of another, in which there is at the time no human being present, or any commercial building or any part of any building, room, booth, tent, railroad car or other structure or erecti... More...
   $0 (07-18-2022 - OK)

Vanita Barners v. Social Security Administration

Albuquerque, New Mexico social security disability lawyer represented Plaintiff seeking review of the denial of her application for disability benefits by HHS.


Plaintiff Vanita Barnes (“Ms. Barnes”) alleges that she became disabled on February 1, 2010, at the age of forty-one years and seven months, because of bipolar disorder, depression, arthritis, memory loss, chronic pain, an... More...
   $0 (07-18-2022 - NM)

United States of America v. John Eldon Rimmasch and Wasatch Railroad Contractors

Cheyenne, Wyoming criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with five counts of wire fraud and one count of knowing endangerment for knowingly exposing employees to asbestos and placing them in imminent danger of death or serious bodily injury.

Headquartered in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Wasatch also operated a facility in Shoshoni, Wyoming. The company performed repair and restorati... More...
   $0 (07-11-2022 - WY)

United States of America v. Derek Robert Hamm

Tyler, Texas criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with wire fraud, money laundering, violating the Stolen Valor Act, using a fraudulent military discharge certificate, and being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition.

The Stolen Valor Act of 2013 makes it illegal to fraudulently wear medals, embellish rank, or make false claims of military service to obtain mone... More...
   $0 (06-23-2022 - TX)

United States Department of Labor v. Tara Construction, Inc. and Pedro Pirez

Boston, Massachusetts civil litigation lawyers represented Defendant accused of retaliating against an employee who reported an on-the-job injury.

The U.S. Department of Labor lawsuit filed against Tara Construction Inc. and its chief executive officer, Pedro Pirez, in February 2019 following a whistleblower investigation by the department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administrat... More...
   $0 (06-22-2022 - MA)

Tracy Gooch v. Electric Power Board of Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County d/b/a Nashville Electric Service

Nashville, Tennessee civil rights lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants on hostile work environment, failure to promote, retaliation and negligence theories.


Gooch began working for NES as a custodian in February 1984, and held other positions, in the storeroom, meter department, and the facilities and security department. In 2010, he was promoted to Utilities Supervisor ... More...
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Josh Webber, et al. v. Damon Anthony Dash, et al.

New York, New York intellectual property lawyers represented Plaintiffs, who sued Defendants on copyright infringement theories.


At the end of four-day trial, the jury unanimously found the defendants liable for copyright infringement and defamation. The jury awarded $30, 000 in damages to Plaintiff Muddy Water Pictures LLC (“Muddy”) for infringement of Muddy's copyright in the f... More...
   $0 (06-14-2022 - NY)

United States of America v. Matthew Wayne Fox

Plano, Texas criminal defense lawyer represented defendant charged with wire fraud.

Beginning in 2015, Matthew Wayne Fox, age 47, formed Wayne Energy, a company that was to specialize in the oil and gas exploration fields. Fox previously was the CEO of a business named Frisco Exploration, that went out of business. From March 2015 through October 2016, Fox raised approximately $949,650 ... More...
   $0 (06-03-2022 - TX)

In re: Aaron K. Lucas and Jessic B. Lewis, Debtors

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma bankruptcy lawyer represented debtors who sought Chapter 7 Bankruptcy discharge.

On January 5, and February 14, and 15, 2022, a video-conference trial was conducted in the above-captioned adversary proceeding. The issues before the Court are set forth in the Final Pretrial Order [Doc. 56], entered on November 19, 2021. Plaintiffs Frank Hill ("Dr. Hill") an... More...
   $0 (06-02-2022 - OK)

GREAT PLAINS ROOFING AND SHEET METAL, INC. v. K BUILDING SPECIALTIES, INC., et al.,

Topeka, KS - Personal Injury lawyer represented defendant with fil0ing an indemnification suit against K Building Specialties, Inc.



In July 2014, Great Plains and K Building were subcontractors working on a
construction project at the John Deere Regional Facility in Olathe, Kansas. Great Plai... More...   $0 (05-26-2022 - KS)

Texas Health and Human Services Commission v. Estate of Clyde L. Burt, Linda S. Wallace, Executor, and Linda S. Wallace

Austin, Texas - Probate lawyer represented Appellee with a probate issue.



According to Wallace’s initial brief filed in the trial court, her parents, Clyde and
Dorothy Burt, bought a home in 1974. They lived in that home until December 22, 2010, when
they sold it to Wallace and her hus... More...   $0 (05-22-2022 - TX)

City of Austin, and City of Austin d/b/a Austin Energy v. Kevin C. Findley, Individually and as An Heir of Erica Findley, and on Behalf of All Those Entitled to Recover for The Death of Erica Findley Under The Texas Wrongful Death Act; Pamela Findley, Individually and as An Heir of Erica Findley; and Jason Halstead, Individually, Surviving Spouse and as An Heir of Erica Findley and As Representative of The Estate of Erica Findley

Austin, Texas - Wrongful Death lawyer represented Appellee with a wrongful death and survival action arising out of a fatal train accident.



At around 10:00 pm on February 17, 2018, Erica Findley and Kelli Haynes were
walking next to the railroad tracks that runs parallel to East 5th Street in ... More...   $0 (05-22-2022 - TX)

Constance N. Titus v. Social Security Administration

Tulsa, Oklahoma social security lawyer represented Plaintiff seeking review of the denial of her application for SSID benefits by HHS.

42 U.S.C. 405 provides, in part:

Sec. 205. [42 U.S.C. 405] (b)[74](1) The Commissioner of Social Security is directed to make findings of fact, and decisions as to the rights of any individual applying for a payment under this title. Any such deci... More...
   $0 (04-29-2022 - OK)

State of Oklahoma v. Tajai Tremaine Rodgers

Stillwater, Oklahoma criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with burglary in the third-degree of an automobile in violation of 21 O.S. 1435, which provides:



A. Every person who breaks and enters the dwelling house of another, in which there is at the time no human being present, or any commercial building or any part of any building, room, booth, tent, railroad ca... More...
   $0 (04-19-2022 - OK)

State of Oklahoma v. Barbara Ann Schultz

Enid, Oklahoma criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with second degree burglary in violation of 21 O.S. 1435, which provides:



A. Every person who breaks and enters the dwelling house of another, in which there is at the time no human being present, or any commercial building or any part of any building, room, booth, tent, railroad car or other structure or erect... More...
   $0 (04-18-2022 - OK)

Sabrina Star Thompson v. Social Security Administration

Tulsa, Oklahoma disability law lawyer represented Plaintiff seeking review of the denial of her application for Social Security: DIWC/DIWW application for HHS.

42 U.S.C. 405 provides, in part:

(1) The Commissioner of Social Security is directed to make findings of fact, and decisions as to the rights of any individual applying for a payment under this subchapter. Any such decisio... More...
   $0 (04-04-2022 - OK)

United States of America v. Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Company

Durango, Colorado civil litigation lawyers represented Defendants charged with causing a 2018 fire.

The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Company and its parent company, American Heritage Railways (together, the “Railroad”), under which the Railroad will pay $20 million to compensate the United States for damages caused by a 2018 fire near Durango, Colorado, and will also modi... More...
   $0 (03-30-2022 - CO)

State of New Hampshire v. Dana Dwinell-Yardley, Johnny Sanchez, Emma Schoenberg

Concord, New Hampshire criminal defense lawyer represented defendants charged with trespassing on railroad property.

Dana Dwinell-Yardley, Johnny Sanchez, and others intentionally flagged down and stopped a coal train and were charged with trespassing in 2019.

Defendants were engaged in civil disobedience to highlight their opposition to the burning of coal to produce electricity... More...
   $0 (03-30-2022 - )

State of Oklahoma v. Jon Clinton Cooper

Tulsa, Oklahoma criminal defense attorney represented Defendant, charged with second-degree burglary in violation of 21 O.S. 1435, which provides:

A. Every person who breaks and enters the dwelling house of another, in which there is at the time no human being present, or any commercial building or any part of any building, room, booth, tent, railroad car or other structure or erection in... More...
   $0 (03-22-2022 - OK)

Robert J. Pelto, Jr. v. Union Pacific Railroad Company

Cheyenne, Wyoming personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendant on a Federal Employer's Liability Act negligence theory claiming to have suffered more than $75,000 in injuries and/or damages as a direct result of an accident while he was working for the Union Pacific Railroad Company. ... More...   $1 (03-17-2022 - WY)

CRYSTAL ROSE MOFFETT VERSUS MARCUS DELANEY MOFFETT

Lake Charles, LA - Divorce lawyer represented appellant with s Motion to Amend Custody.



Marcus and Crystal Moffett were married December 5, 2008, and had one
child, Sage Moffett, born September 29, 2009, before permanently separating
October 10, 2016.
By Judgment of the 16th Judicial Di... More...
   $0 (03-05-2022 - LA)

Olevia Davis v. State of Mississippi

Jackson, MS - Criminal Defense lawyer represented defendant with a possession of a firearm by a convicted felon charge.



While at the Elks Lodge in Biloxi, Mississippi, for a dance contest, Davis had an
altercation with another patron. Gerrell Elzy, the security guard at the Lodge, did not witness... More...
   $0 (02-25-2022 - MS)

AMBER HALE, f/k/a AMBER KOESTER vs. BURLINGTON NORTHERN & SANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY

Kansas City, MO - Personal Injury lawyer represented Appellant with a Personal Injury suit against BNSF Railway Company (“BNSF”)..



The collision between Hale’s vehicle and the train occurred at Crossing #667633J (“the
South Iron Mountain Road Crossing”) in Webster County, Missouri, on ... More...
   $0 (02-15-2022 - MO)

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