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Irizarry-Robles v. Rodriguez
Irizarry-Robles v. Rodriguez. OPINION AND ORDERBESOSA, District Judge.Before the Court is a motion for summary judgment filed by defendants Jose Guillermo Rodriguez, Lorraine Bengoa-Toro, Osvaldo Rodriguez, and the Municipal Government of Mayagüez. (Docket No. 39.) For the reasons discussed below, the Court GRANTS defendants' motion.I. BACKGROUNDPlaintiff Alberto Ruben Irizarry-Robles ("Irizarry") filed suit against defendants Jose Guillermo Rodriguez ("Mayor Rodriguez"),1 Lorraine Bengoa-Toro ("Bengoa-Toro"), Osvaldo Rodriguez ("Rodriguez"), and the Municipality of Mayagüez ("Municipality"), alleging that he was terminated because of his political beliefs. (Docket No. 1.) Plaintiff seeks monetary,Page 2injunctive, and declaratory relief
12-jul-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC976703111
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Union de Tronquistas de P.R. v. Mendez & Co.
Union de Tronquistas de P.R. v. Mendez & Co.. OPINION AND ORDERPending before the court is defendant Mendez & Company's ("Defendant" or "Mendez") unopposed motion for summary judgment. Docket No. 9. For the reasons set forth below, the court GRANTS the motion for summary judgment and DISMISSES the case WITH PREJUDICE.I. BACKGROUND1Mendez and Teamsters Local 901 ("Union de Tronquistas de Puerto Rico," in Spanish) (herein, the "Union") are parties to a collective bargaining agreement ("CBA") that governs the labor-management relations between them. The CBA sets forth a mandatory grievance procedure through which all disputes related to the interpretation, application and administration of the agreement are to be resolved. See
12-jul-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1252162205
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Delgado v. Dorado Health, Inc.
Delgado v. Dorado Health, Inc.. ORDER ON PENDING MOTIONSBefore the Court are two motions to dismiss (ECF Nos. 337 & 338) as well as two motions seeking joinder in these motions to dismiss (ECF Nos. 340 & 342) (together, "Defendants' Motions"). Defendants' Motions were filed and briefed in accordance with the Court's June 9, 2017 Procedural Order (ECF No. 332). In short, via these Motions, all of the remaining Defendants seek dismissal of various claims for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. As explained herein, the Motions are GRANTED IN PART AND DENIED IN PART.I. STANDARD OF REVIEW"Federal courts are courts of limited jurisdiction. They cannot act in the absence of subject matter jurisdiction, and they have a sua sponte duty to confirm the existence of jurisdiction in the
11-jul-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1381777526
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Villoldo v. Ruz
Villoldo v. Ruz. OPINION AND ORDERPending before the Court are several motions filed by plaintiffs, Alfredo Villoldo and his brother Gustavo Villoldo, who is also the executor, administrator and personal representative of the Estate of Gustavo Villoldo Argilagos.1 The Villoldo brothers were born in the United States of America,2 they are United States citizens, and have resided in the United States since 1960. Id.Page 2 Alfredo and Gustavo Villoldo (hereinafter the "Villoldo brothers") are sons of the deceased Gustavo Villoldo Argilagos, who passed away in Cuba on or about February 16, 1959, after the existing government regime had threatened to kill their entire family unless their father, Mr. Villoldo Argilagos
11-jul-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1332455830
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Arroyo-Ruiz v. Triple-S Mgmt. Grp.
Arroyo-Ruiz v. Triple-S Mgmt. Grp.. OPINION AND ORDERBESOSA, District Judge.Before the Court is defendants Triple-S Vida Inc. ("Triple-S Vida"), Triple-S Insurance Agency ("Triple-S Insurance") and Triple-S Management Corporations ("Triple-S Management") (collectively "defendants")'s motion for summary judgment pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 56 ("Rule 56"). (Docket No. 56.) For the reasons set forth below, the motion for summary judgment is GRANTED.I. BACKGROUNDPlaintiff Luis Arroyo-Ruiz ("Arroyo") commenced this action against defendants alleging violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 ("Title VII"). Arroyo also invoked the supplemental jurisdiction of this Court to adjudicate his claims pursuant to Page 2Puerto Rico
10-jul-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1763433465
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Johnson & Johnson Int'l v. P.R. Hosp. Supply, Inc.
Johnson & Johnson Int'l v. P.R. Hosp. Supply, Inc.. OPINION AND ORDER1BESOSA, District Judge.Before the Court is defendants Puerto Rico Hospital Supply, Inc. ("PRHS")'s and Customed, Inc. ("Customed")'s motion to dismiss or stay proceedings and compel arbitration pursuant to the Federal Arbitration Act ("FAA"), 9 U.S.C. §§ 3 and 4. For the reasons set forth below, the Court GRANTS IN PART and DENIES IN PART defendants' motion to compel arbitration and stays all claims pending the completion of arbitration.I. BACKGROUND AND PROCEDURAL HISTORYPlaintiffs Johnson & Johnson International ("J&JI") and Ethicon, Inc. ("Ethicon") are wholly owned subsidiaries of Johnson & Johnson, a US-based multinational supplier of healthcarePage
10-jul-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC290911296
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Ortiz-Mejias v. Municipality of San Juan
Ortiz-Mejias v. Municipality of San Juan. OPINION AND ORDERGARCIA-GREGORY, D.J.This matter is before the Court on Defendant Municipality of San Juan's ("Defendant" or "the Municipality") Motion to Compel Arbitration ("Motion to Compel"), Docket No. 9, and Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings, Docket No. 10. Plaintiff Lourdes Ortiz-Mejias ("Plaintiff" or "Ortiz") timely opposed both motions, Docket Nos. 12, 15. Defendant replied to both Oppositions. Docket Nos. 17, 19. For the reasons stated below, Defendant's Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings is GRANTED IN PART AND DENIED IN PART, and Defendant's Motion to Compel Arbitration is DENIED.BACKGROUNDI. Factual HistoryFrom October 2014 until August 2016, Ortiz was employed by the Municipality as a "Trolley" driver. Docket No. 5. Ortiz, the only
10-jul-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1812341182
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Hargen-Rodriguez v. UBS Tr. Co. of P.R.
Hargen-Rodriguez v. UBS Tr. Co. of P.R.. OPINION AND ORDERBESOSA, District Judge.Before the Court is a joint motion to compel arbitration and stay proceedings filed by defendants UBS Trust Company of Puerto Rico ("UBS Trust"), UBS Financial Services Incorporated of Puerto Rico ("UBS-PR"), and UBS Financial Services, Inc. ("UBS Financial"). (Docket No. 14.)Plaintiffs Paul Hargen-Rodriguez ("Hargen-Rodriguez"), Maria Amaral-Biblioni ("Amaral"), and their conjugal partnership brought this action against defendants, alleging federal and statutory violations, including securities fraud and violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act ("RICO"). (Docket No. 1.) For the reasons set forth, the Court GRANTS defendants' motion to compel arbitration. Page 2I.
7-jul-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1838635301
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Wireless Lifestyle LLC v. PR Logistics Corp
Wireless Lifestyle LLC v. PR Logistics Corp. ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONPlaintiff Wireless Lifestyle LLC ("Wireless") brings this admiralty suit against PR Logistics Corp ("PR Logistics") and other Defendants arising from property damaged while in transit to Puerto Rico. PR Logistics failed to answer the complaint and default was entered on December 20, 2016. (Docket Nos. 12, 14.) On June 12, 2017, Wireless moved for default judgment, and a damages hearing was held on June 14, 2017. (Docket Nos. 27, 32.)Upon de novo review, the Court hereby ADOPTS the Report and Recommendation at Docket No. 35, GRANTS Wireless's motion for default judgment, and awards damages in favor of Wireless and against PR Logistics in the amount of Forty-Five Thousand Two Hundred Seventy-Seven Dollars
6-jul-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC276508433
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Pina v. Feliciano-Rivera
Pina v. Feliciano-Rivera. ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONThis case concerns a longstanding contract and copyright dispute between Plaintiffs Rafael Pina, World Management Latino Corp., and World Latin Music Corp. ("Pina") and Defendant Tony Feliciano-Rivera d/b/a Tony Dize ("Feliciano"). The parties entered into a settlement agreement and the Court granted Pina's request for a preliminary injunction to enforce the terms of the settlement. (Docket Nos. 95, 185.) Then, the Court ordered Feliciano to show cause as to why the preliminary injunction should not convert into a permanent injunction. (Docket No. 186.) Feliciano responded, moving to set aside the preliminary injunction. (Docket No. 189.) Pina filed an opposition. (Docket No. 216.)Upon de novo review, the Court hereby ADOPTS the Report and
6-jul-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1787059782
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