Pleading

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  • Frances House Case

    Not yet finished, Plaintiffs then claim Frances House did not “tell the reader” what its “purpose” was in challenging certain allegations in paragraph in counts L and LIV. Plaintiff again quotes long passages from its Seventh Amended Complaint and then concludes that paragraph 25 of Counts LII and LVI is “merely a statement of medical fact.” (Pls. Resp. Mot. Dismiss at 29.) Instead of recognizing the obvious, i.e., that alleging “certain actions are indicative” of emotional distress represents an opinion, Plaintiffs reiterate their argument that somehow complying with section 2-603 of the Code and Illinois’ fact-pleading requirements would somehow undermine the ID/DD Community Care Act. Plaintiffs also quarrel with Frances House’s argument that Counts LI and LV are deficient because they fail to allege the timeframe in which Frances House allegedly obtained signed consent forms from Leitzen. These allegations involve a written instrument, yet, Plaintiffs did not attach any signed consent forms to their Seventh Amended Complaint or allege the timeframe in which the signed consent was allegedly obtained. Plaintiffs appear to fail to appreciate, or perhaps wish to ignore, that the timeframe relating to consent is critical in this case in that the duties that the law imposes upon Frances House can be determined by when consent was given in relation…

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  • Case Study: Colonel Dynamo, Inc.

    should be amended or dismissed. a. Claims that fail to mention the specific fraudulent statement must be dismissed. Complaints that fail to satisfy heightened pleading standards for fraud should be dismissed. United States ex rel. Robinson v. Northrop Corp., 149 F.R.D. 142, 145 (N.D. Ill. 1993). Robinson similarly to Yuliano filed a qui tam claim against his employer for fraud against the government. In Robinson the court dismissed a qui tam claim on the grounds that it failed to meet the…

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  • California Lawsuit Analysis

    Chances are you have known someone who was involved in a lawsuit. They aren’t the rarity that they once were. Yet somehow the actual process is still a mystery to many who haven’t yet found themselves in the situation. If you wish to be as prepared as possible, understanding the basic structure of anatomy of the lawsuit can be very beneficial. The anatomy of the lawsuit can be broken down into four basic sections or stages: pleading, discovery, trial and appeal. The pleading stage of a…

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  • Grey Hoffman Case Summary

    heart issues before moving into the house that required two prior surgeries. Apparently, Ms. Nathan-Nenn has a challenging relationship with her ex-husband, who is also Grey’s father, and had expressed to the insureds several times that she was concerned that she would lose her two weekends a month visitation with Grey if it appeared that she was not providing him with proper care. The insureds felt that as a result, Ms. Nathan-Nenn may be looking to place blame on them for Grey’s alleged…

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  • Juan Rulfo Character Analysis

    had to continue to run from those he has paid off. However the colonel feels that he can only repay for his sin of killing someone, by being killed before he would naturally die. Juvencio also asks his own son to talk the colonel into letting him live until his natural death on page 440, “’Tell them not to kill me, Justino! Go on, go and tell them that. For pity’s sake. Just tell them that. Tell them not to do it out of pity.’” (Rulfo 440). He pleads with multiple people in this story to let him…

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  • Claimant Maria Ramirez Case Study

    Claimant Maria Guadalupe Ramirez is a full-time Pantry Cold Food Packer at the Insureds main production plant, where the company prepares in-flight food and beverage services to various major carriers. The claimant’s two Supervisors, Mr. Chea Choe and Ms. Maria Ramirez found the claimant to be one of their “best Food Packers in the Food and Pantry Department,” where the claimant has been assigned to since her date of hire on 11-18-2011. They claim the claimant has not had any medical issues or…

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  • Perfect Day: A Short Story

    Complaining It was your first day of school and it feels as though nothing could go worse. You had the perfect outfit picked out, your hair is curled, and you are so excited for the day. As you eat the breakfast that your mom makes you, you little brother accidently spills his orange juice on you. This forces you to start your day by having to change the outfit you were so excited to wear. Instinctively you start to get mad, but you decide you just want to make the rest of the day good so you…

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  • Knee Pain Case Studies Essay

    CC Simon is a 13-year-old male here today with his mother to establish care. They recently relocated to the area from Cane. Simon has been complaining of some bilateral, though left greater than right, knee pain. HPI The patient has had knee pain on and off now for at least several months. They did have this evaluated with his prior doctor. Reportedly a left knee x-ray was done. It was normal. The doctor there recommended that they just monitor it. He has the pain only when he runs and…

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  • Medical Treatment And Palliative Care: A Case Study

    Australia’s aging population amplifies the fact that protective legislation for the elderly must be introduced. Question 7: Refer to both the Consent to Medical Treatment and Palliative Care Act 1995 (SA) and the AHPRA Code of Conduct to explain why medical practitioners and others are obliged to explain to patients/clients the consequences of proposed treatments. Medical practitioners and other health care professionals are obligated to explain to patients/clients the consequences of…

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  • My Experience As A Leader

    Throughout my life I was given the chance to be a leader many times. Whether it be from lacrosse, church activities, school clubs and AFJROTC at my school. Before going into leadership myself I thought that a leader had to be a really strong and courageous person. Although those characteristics are true, many other factors go into it as well. This past summer I was chosen to be a small group leader for a mission trip to Yucatan, Mexico with my church youth group. As a small group leader I had…

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