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Medina-Rodriguez v. Fernandez Bakery, Inc.
Medina-Rodriguez v. Fernandez Bakery, Inc.. OPINION AND ORDER1BESOSA, District Judge.Before the Court is defendants Fernandez Bakery, Inc. ("Bakery") and Juan Fernandez-Ramirez's ("Fernandez") motion to dismiss pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(6) ("Rule 12(b)(6)"). Plaintiff Norberto Medina-Rodriguez ("Medina") brought this action against defendants alleging violations of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"). Additionally, Medina invokes the supplemental jurisdiction of the Court to adjudicate his claims pursuant to the Puerto Rico Civil Rights Act under Puerto Rico Law 131 ("Law 131"), P.R. Laws Ann. tit. 1, §§ 13, 14. Bakery and Fernandez move to dismiss all claims for lack of standing, and pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(1) ("Rule 12(b)(1)"), arguing that Medina failed
14-jun-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1364496072
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Johnson v. Departamento de Corrección y Rehabilitación
Johnson v. Departamento de Corrección y Rehabilitación. OPINION AND ORDERPending before the Court is Defendants, Puerto Rico Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Mariluz Acevedo-Pérez, Edward García-Soto, and Michael Sebastian-Pérez' (hereinafter, "Defendants") Motion to Dismiss Amended Complaint at Docket 36 Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(6) which is unopposed by Petitioner, Obe E. Johnson (hereinafter, "Petitioner"). See Docket No. 46.For the reasons stated herein, the Court hereby GRANTS Defendants' motion to dismiss.I. PROCEDURAL BACKGROUNDIn February 2005, Petitioner was arrested and charged with armed robbery and violation of Puerto Rico weapon laws for events that occurred on February 5, 2005. On
14-jun-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC672872143
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United States v. Costas-Torres
United States v. Costas-Torres. MEMORANDUM AND ORDERDelgado-Hernández, District Judge.Defendants, Enrique Costas-Torres and Natalio Soto-Rivera, were charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States Army National Guard in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 371, 1343, 1349, 1028(A)(a)(1) and 2 (Docket No. 3). Defendants moved to dismiss (Docket Nos. 43 and 47). The government opposed the dismissal requests (Docket No. 92). For the reasons explained below, the motions to dismiss are DENIED.1I. BACKGROUNDIn essence, the Indictment alleges that defendants (1) took advantage of a National Guard bonus program intended to reward soldiers who assisted in recruiting, and (2) misused recruits' personal, sensitive information to financially benefit themselves
13-jun-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC206682942
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U.S. Bank Nat'l Ass'n v. Cruz-Huertas
U.S. Bank Nat'l Ass'n v. Cruz-Huertas. OPINION & ORDEROn March 10, 2016, AJX Mortgage Trust I, a Delaware Trust, Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB, Trustee ("AJX") filed a mortgage-foreclosure complaint against Ibis Celeste Cruz-Huertas ("Cruz"). ECF No. 1. On July 21, 2016, Cruz answered the complaint. ECF No. 12. On July 29, 2016, by plaintiff's motion, the Court authorized U.S. Bank National Association, as Indenture Trustee on behalf of and with respect to Ajax Mortgage Loan Trust 2016-A, Mortgage-Backed Notes, Series 2016-A ("plaintiff"), to substitute AJX as plaintiff in the case. ECF No. 18.On November 10, 2016, plaintiff moved the Court for summary judgment, ECF No. 22, and submitted its statement of uncontested facts, ECF No. 21. Defendant has not opposed the motion. After
12-jun-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1632670931
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United States v. Castro-Correa
United States v. Castro-Correa. OPINION AND ORDEROn March 5, 2016, the United States filed a criminal complaint against the defendant, Ehbrin Castro-Correa, see Docket No. 1, who was thereafter charged by a grand jury of knowingly and unlawfully possessing and training an animal for purposes of having the animal participate in an animal fighting venture, in violation of 7 U.S.C. § 2156(b). See Docket No. 5.Pending before the court is the defendant's motion to suppress the evidence against him (Docket No. 40), and the United States' response in opposition (Docket No. 49). The court held an evidentiary hearing on May 2, 2017. For the reasons explained below, the court finds that the defendant's warrantless arrest was lawful, that he voluntarily consented to the searches he now challenges, and that in any case,
12-jun-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC358125495
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United States v. Velilla-Reyes
United States v. Velilla-Reyes. OPINION AND ORDEROn October 12, 2016, a jury found Defendant Lemuel Velilla-Reyes guilty of two counts of mail fraud, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1341; one count of endeavoring to obstruct, influence, and impede the due administration of justice, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1503; one count of tampering with official proceedings, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1512(c)(2); and one count of harboring and concealing a fugitive, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1071. See 14-cr-556 at Docket No. 358. Pending before the Court are Defendant's Motions for a Judgment of Acquittal (Docket Nos. 34, 388, and 401). For the reasons stated below, the Court DENIES Defendant's motions.I. RELEVANT FACTUAL BACKGROUND
12-jun-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1509126604
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Oquendo-Lorenzo v. Hosp. San Antonio, Inc.
Oquendo-Lorenzo v. Hosp. San Antonio, Inc.. OPINION AND ORDERThis case presents thorny statutory construction issues relating to a Puerto Rico statute governing the extent of liability in certain medical malpractice actions. Jessica Oquendo-Lorenzo, Rolando Lopez-Montanez, and their conjugal partnership (collectively, "Oquendo") allege medical malpractice in this diversity tort action, and seek seven-figure money damages from the Hospital San Antonio, Inc. ("Hospital" or "Hospital San Antonio"), Dr. Osvaldo Quiles-Giovannetti ("Dr. Quiles"), and their insurance carriers. Docket No. 22. The Hospital moved for partial summary judgment, asserting that a Puerto Rico statute caps any potential damages award. Docket Nos. 56, 61, 80, 96. And Dr. Quiles moved to dismiss the claims against him, contending that this same Puerto Rico statute grants him absolute immunity when a suit arises from
12-jun-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1981813251
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Rivera-Marrero v. Presbyterian Cmty. Hosp.
Rivera-Marrero v. Presbyterian Cmty. Hosp.. OPINION AND ORDERPending before the Court is a Motion in Limine filed by Defendants Dr. Rebecca Velázquez-Álvarez and Optimum Ob-Gyn, LLC (Docket No. 96), which was opposed by Plaintiff (Docket No. 101) and replied by Defendants (Docket No. 104).In synthesis, Defendants seek to limit Plaintiff's expert witness, Dr. Howard Cohn from expanding or making additional allegations or conclusions in his testimony other than those contained on his expert report, the Complaint or Pre-Trial Order. See Docket No. 96 p. 13. These are: (1) two new deviations from standards of care regarding the operative technique used by Dr. Velázquez during the cesarean section performed on Plaintiff and; (2) lack of informed consent from Plaintiff. See Docket No. 96 p. 4 ¶
12-jun-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC538352437
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Jorge v. Galarza-Soto
Jorge v. Galarza-Soto. OPINION AND ORDERThis case concerns an altercation between Emmanuel Ferdández Jorge ("Fernández") and officers of the Puerto Rico Police Department ("PRPD") in which Fernández was shot and seriously injured. Fernández, along with his mother, Carmen Lidia Jorge ("Jorge"), bring this suit pursuant to section 1983 of the Civil Rights Act of 1991, 42 U.S.C. § 1983, seeking to recover damages from two defendants in their individual capacities: Officer Juan Carlos Ortiz-Cruz ("Ortiz") and Sergeant Julio-Galarza-Soto ("Galarza") of the PRPD. (Docket No. 1.) Plaintiffs also bring supplemental state law claims against these Defendants under Article 1802 of the Puerto Rico Civil Code, P.R. LAWS ANN. tit. 31, § 5141, and Article II of the Constitution of Puerto Rico. Id.Presently before the Court is
12-jun-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1771366033
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Fed. Deposit Ins. Corp. v. Serrano-Quintero
Fed. Deposit Ins. Corp. v. Serrano-Quintero. OPINION & ORDERPlaintiff Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, in its capacity as receiver for Doral Bank ("FDIC-R"), has moved the Court to dismiss the counterclaims brought by defendant José Erizardo Serrano-Quintero, Lourdes Marie Del Valle-Álvarez, and their Conjugal Partnership (collectively, "defendants").1 ECF No. 9. Defendants have not filed an opposition to FDIC-R's motion to dismiss, thereby waiving any objection to them. See L. Civ. R. 7(b). For the reasons explained below, FDIC-R's motion to dismiss, ECF No. 9, is GRANTED.Page 2I. Background.On, August 15, 2013, Doral Bank filed this mortgage-foreclosure action against defendants in the Court of First Instance of
12-jun-2017 |  US District Court|D.P.R.  |  2017USDC1116560862
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