Categoría: Puerto Rico District Court

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Caso de patente boricua TainoApp contra Amazon.com transferido a corte federal de California

Caso de patente TainoApp contra Amazon.com transferido a corte federal de California

Descarga el documento: TainoApp, Inc. v. Amazon.com, Inc. TainoApp Inc. demandó a Amazon.com Inc. en el Tribunal Federal del Distrito de Puerto Rico, alegando que Amazon.com violó la patente 7,034,791. Amazon.com contestó la demanda negando las alegaciones de TainoApp y solicitando la transferencia del caso al Tribunal Federal del Distrito Norte de California. El juez federal ...

Demandan a distribuidora por canciones en disco de El Gran Combo

Demandan a distribuidora por utilizar canciones sin permiso en disco de El Gran Combo

Descarga el documento: Cartagena Enterprises, Inc. D/b/a Cartagena Publishing v. Egc, Corp. Et Al. Cartagena Publishing demandó a EGC, Corp. y Select-O-Hits, Inc. (demandados) alegando falsa designación de origen y competencia injusta en violación al Lanham Act, violación al Copyright Act, y enriquecimiento injusto bajo las leyes de Puerto Rico. El juez federal Marcos E. ...

Casa de España

Tribunal Federal rehúsa desestimar sumariamente caso de daños contra Casa España

Descarga el documento: Márquez et al v. Casa de España en Puerto Rico et al La Sra. Olga Márquez, junto a su esposo, el Sr. Néstor Márquez demandó a Casa de España por daños sufridos a raíz de una caída que sufrió la Sra. Márquez en las instalaciones del local de Casa de España en ...

Autoridad de Carreteras y Transportación (ACT)

Tribunal federal: Carreteras a pagar 12 millones a Redondo Construction

Descarga el documento: Puerto Rico Highway and Transportation Authority v. Redondo Construction Corporation La Autoridad de Carreteras y Transportación (ACT) debe aproximadamente 12 millones de dólares ($12,000,000) más intereses a Redondo Construction Company. Redondo originalmente entró en un proceso de quiebra, a raíz del cual demandaron a la ACT por trabajo realizado y no pagado ...

Dockworkers protest deemed trespassing for lack of labor relationship with employer

Dockworkers protest deemed trespassing for lack of labor relationship with employer

Download the opinion: Schnitzer Puerto Rico, Inc. v. Union Trabajadores de Muelles de Ponce, ILA Local 1903 et al Schnitzer Puerto Rico, Inc. (“Schnitzer”) sued a labor union composed of dockworkers from the ports in Ponce for trespassing and damages. Schnitzer claims stevedores — dockworkers who load and unload ships as well as perform other ...

Doctor sanctioned by court for spoliation of evidence, deleting e-mails

Doctor sanctioned by court for spoliation of evidence, deleting e-mails

Download the opinion: American Health, Inc. v. Chévere In any litigation, all parts are under obligation to keep and preserve any evidence that could be relevant to pending and potential litigation, as well as to fully comply with any and all orders requesting discovery of such evidence. An exception to this obligation can only be ...

Constitutional challenge to same-sex marriage prohibition laws in Puerto Rico dismissed

Constitutional challenge to same-sex marriage prohibition laws in Puerto Rico dismissed

Download the opinion: Conde v. Rius The U. S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico dismissed a constitutional challenge to same-sex marriage prohibition laws in Puerto Rico. Article 68 in Puerto Rico’s Civil Code stipulates that marriage is between a man and a woman exclusively, and expressly states that same-sex (including those involving ...

Employment suits need to support allegations to survive Summary Judgment

Employment suits need to support allegations to survive Summary Judgment

Download the opinion: Gladys Serrano v. Patrick R. Donahoe In 2012, Gladys Serrano sued Patrick R. Donahoe in his official capacity as Postmaster General, claiming to have been discriminated (age and sex) and retaliated against in her employment with the United States Postal Service. Serrano had worked at the Postal Service since 1994 and decided to ...

Attorney's ineffective counsel during plea-bargaining stage violates defendant's 6th Amendment rights

Attorney’s ineffective counsel during plea-bargaining stage violates defendant’s 6th Amendment rights

Download the opinion: United States of America v. Bernis González Miranda The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested Bernis González Miranda as part of an anti-corruption investigation that targeted corrupt law enforcement officers. González Miranda worked as an officer for the Puerto Rico Department of Corrections. Before going to trial, González Miranda had attempted and ...